This 2 5/8” long, edge-translucent tan chalcedony Paleo-Indian dart point (CAH100), typed as a Hell Gap dating c.10,300-9,500BP, was found near Driftwood Creek, a tributary of the Republican River in Hitchcock County, Nebraska. From the collection of Cal Howard, highly respected and nationally recognized authenticator, the point is in overall very good condition with a few small usage nicks along its forward edges and a small ding on one basal corner. With an excellent patina on the surface that was obviously exposed to the sun, this point comes in a 4” x 5” glass-fronted collector frame along with our guarantee of authenticity and a map of Nebraska highlighting the general area in which it was found. NOTE: if you’d like to see all of the various other items listed in our popular group of twelve format (a great way to save on browsing time), enter the single word TWELVE into the search link. If interested only in a particular type, add a descriptive word to your search such as jewelry, pot, textile, gold, coin, etc.