These three outstanding arrowheads come from a lifetime collection. There will be more to follow. They were collected over a long period of time on various privately owned land holdings with the owners full consent. The original collector was a "stump puller" and once in a while a treasure would lift out of the ground along with the remains of the dead tree. The first piece on the left measures slightly over 2" in length by 1 3/4" at the widest point. It was knapped from a creamy pale pink flint and the edges are translucent when held up to the light. The middle point is the prize in the group. It measures 3" in length by 1" at the widest point. The color is a pale yellow/tan and it is delicately serrated along both sides. The piece on the far right measures 2 1/2" in length by by 1 1/4" in width. It is flaked from a pale salmon pink flint and the shape is intriguing. These represent the findings of a lifetime and it is time for them to find a new home.