North America, Clovis culture, Ca 13,500 years ago (BP). Perhaps the single most desirable of all Native American arrowheads! Clovis and Folsom points were used by some of North Americas earliest inhabitants and have even been found lodged in and near mammoths and mastodons. Clovis fluted points are named after the city of Clovis, New Mexico, where examples were first found in 1929. Comes with a Tom Davis Certificate of Authenticity. 3-1/16" L...
CULTURE: Anasazi / Mimbres ORIGIN: American Southwest Age: 1000 - 1250 A. D. A deftly crafted dark gray axe measuring 5 1/4" in length by 1 1/2" in width. This is a beautifully balanced example of the type. A must for the collector of quality stone artifacts! The axe comes from a private ranch near Kingston, New Mexico and is legal for private ownership under all current State and Federal Laws.
turkey tail stone flint
nice shape, 3-5 KY inscribed
Long 12.5cm,large:5cm,thickness 0.8cm
The second arrowhead is from Southern New Mexico. The other four come from Canyon Lake Texas and are rare types that are seldom found intact since they are so delicate. They are all approximately 1000 years old and legal for private ownership under all current State and Federal Laws. I have offered several groups prior to these but these are the rarest and most collectible yet.
I purchased these four Hayes points from Tom Davis in the 1990's. They are from the Mississippian period and were found in SW Arkansas. Tom was selling them for Ken Partain and they are pictured in Prehistoric Antiquities of which I have the original publication. Tom sent me 79 Hayes points. I cherry picked the top four. All Hayes points are extremely rare and most on the market are fake according to one of top area authenticators...
This heavy volcanic stone bowl dates Ca. 1000 - 1250A.D. It measures 6 1/4" in diameter by 2 1/2" in exterior height. The center hewn out area of the bowl measures 4 1/2" in diameter by 1 3/4" in depth.There is a small hairline crack running through the middle of the bowl which appears to be a natural fissure and not a sign of breakage. The bowl was found on the surface of a private New Mexico Ranch and is legal for private ownership under all existing State and Federal Laws.
An impressive heavy white stone ceremonial axe from Lewis County Kentucky...Ca. 1000 A.D...measuring 12" in length by 4" in height by 3" in width. Quite rare and beautifully hewn and polished.
This is one of the finest Columbia River Gem Points known to exist. It may be the finest Gunther Barbed/Rogue River ever found. It is the largest example I have ever seen. It is a huge 2 3/4" long. It is made from the finest quality translucent moonstone white agate. It has beautiful patina. The tip and barbs are perfect, not even a spider bite anywhere on the piece. It is a G-10+. It was made by a master knapper. I purchased it in 1988. I have full provenance that goes to the buyer...
This great pair of Paleo Clovis Points (RLK.7 and RLK.8), dating c.13,000 – 10,000 BP, was purchased by the current owner from the late Calvin Howard, known world-wide for his accuracy in artifact authentication. Measuring 3 7/16” and 3 13/16” in length, the writer grades both of the points at a 9+ grade with no significant chips or dings...
Coiled rattlesnake with projecting tongue of fine grained basalt. Likely used as a mortar for Ceremonial offerings. Old collector numbers present on bottom. Found legally on private property. Arizona. 7 1/4" diameter by 2" height.
A banded slate bar amulet with an exceeingly rare artistic depiction of a duck carved in relief. Detailed eyes, nostrils and body. The amulet drilled birdstone-like at both ends. Ex Payne Collection from the 1930's. Tom Davis COA Grade Ten (10). 4 3/4" length.
This is a less expensive second grouping from the Walt Lewin frame of prehistoric arrowheads and artifacts previously mentioned on his Group A page. Each of the pictured and individually priced prehistoric Indian artifacts in this group (JEP 13, 14, 16, 17, 24, 34, 66, 87 and 89) were also attached to that large relics frame which is shown last on the bottom row of the thumbnail photos on this page...
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.
Scottsbluff, 3.25"long X 1.25"wide X 5/16"thick, Burlinton Chert, found in Pike County, Illinois, found in Central Texas, Cody Complex, ca. 9440 t0 8450 B.P. Ben Stermer C.O.A. If you are interested in this item please email me Tim @ email@example.com for all offers, shipping pricing and payment.
Scottsbluff 25/8"long X 1"wide X .25"thick, Burlington Chert, found in Oklahoma, found in Central Texas, Cody Complex, ca. 9440 t0 8450 B.P. Ben Stermer C.O.A. If you are interested in this item please email me Tim @ firstname.lastname@example.org for all offers, shipping pricing and payment.
Scottsbluff, 25/8"long X 1.25"wide X 3/8"thick, Burlinton Chert, found in Saline County, Missouri, Cody Complex, ca. 9440 t0 8450 B.P. Ben Stermer C.O.A. If you are interested in this item please email me Tim @ email@example.com for all offers, shipping pricing and payment.
"HOLD"Scottsbluff, 23/8"long X 7/8"wide X 3/16"thick, Mottled Brown Chert, Cody Complex, ca. 9440 t0 8450 B.P. Ben Stermer C.O.A. If you are interested in this item please email me Tim @ firstname.lastname@example.org for shipping priceing and payment.
Scottsbluff, 2.5"long X 1"wide X .25"thick, Fossiliferous Chert, found in 1980 on the banks of Middle Cypress Creek in Cass County, Texas. C.A. 9440 to 8450 B.P. Ben Stermer C.O.A. If you are interested in this item please email me Tim @ email@example.com for all offers, shipping pricing and payment.