This beautiful crescent pick bannerstone is 3". It is in perfect condition with no damage or nicks anywhere. The hole and drilling is correct. It is made from gorgeous concentric green and black banded slate. It was found in Ohio and is from a famous collection. Please e-mail for details.
Alaska Eskimo harpoon spear point 2.3" long, circa Thule culture 1200 AD to 1700 AD. It was found on Saint Lawrence Island located in the Bering Strait Northern coastal region of Alaska. It has beautiful dark patination. In great condition and is very solid.
These 16 bone pendants were found together in Smythe County, Virginia on a Hopewell site. They are all identical in form. They are all drilled from the top at an angle. Average size is 1". They are made from squirrel shoulder blades. They have excellent patina and are all very solid. This is a very rare and unusual assemblage. They are ex Tom Davis. The name of the finder goes to the buyer.
This is an all original Crow Plains Indian Medicine Bundle that I purchased on June 20, 1995 from the Wallis-Thomas collection. I also purchased a complete Mimbres arrow and three atlatl foreshafts with original arrowheads and sinew from this collection. It is 15" X 6". It is made from rawhide with partial fur accents. It includes the pictured items which were found with the bundle. All stitching and contents are from the plains Indian era. This is the only medicine bundle I have ever ...click for details
This is an extremely rare drilled bear tooth pendant from the famous Von Collection of Kentucky which he found in 1996 and has his distinctive handwriting on it. It has 3 tally marks on it which I have never seen before. It is 2.24 inches in length, .59 maximum width and .32 inches thick. It was found at Fox Field, Mason County, Kentucky. This is a Ft. Ancient site and dates to around 1000AD. It has beautiful patination on it and is completely solid. A marvelous piece for modern wear. These are ...click for details
These extremely rare grizzly chaps were obtained while in northern Wyoming near the Montana border. They were mounted on a board and labeled on the back, "Blackfoot Montana Territory". The chaps are of rifle caliber, with two rows of loops, the lower row smaller in diameter than the upper. They are adorned with a central beaded rosette of Blackfoot pattern, actual cartridge case fragments consisting of the rims which are embedded in the leather, front paw grizzly claws, and some squar ...click for details
These extremely rare beaded chaps are maker marked H H Heiser out of Denver, Colorado. Coming to Colorado during the Gold Rush of 1858-59, German immigrant Herman H. Heiser ultimately became one of the West's best known saddle makers. The chaps are made from brain-tanned deer hide and are beaded in what appears to be a Cheyenne pattern. There are a few small moth nips on the back side, but not serious, and merely expose the white of the original brain-tanned hide which is otherwise a unifor ...click for details
This is a fine example of the San Patrice, Hope Variety, early Archaic or transitional Paleo point dating to around 8000BC. It was found in Jasper County, Texas. It is made from translucent fossilized palmwood. It is fluted on both sides. It is 1/1/2" long and the base is ground. The edges are serrated. Please view my youtube video of this item at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EcbqG1n8IaY
This incredible Clovis point, found on the Little Missouri River in Nevada County, Arkansas in 1928, is made from highly translucent novaculite of which only a few are known to exist. It has, according to Greg Perino, undergone some kind of heat-treating. He didn't believe that Paleo man heat-treated, so his explanation was that it must have been in a forest fire or heated in meat. Perino stated it was one of the finest Clovis points he had ever seen. However, I lost his COA, so I had it aut ...click for details
I have decided to separate this point from my frame of Columbia River Gempoints shown on this website. I purchased this point from Intermountain Artifacts on 7-20-01. It was found by Ernie Cowles and was his favorite point. Randy purchased the entire Cowles collection in June of 2000 and said it was the finest point in the Cowles collection of over 5000 gempoints. Randy also said it was the finest all around Columbia River Gempoint he had ever seen. Ernie Cowles had one of the best known Columbi ...click for details