Two superb arrowheads and an avian shaped drill are more additions from a lifetime collection. There will be a limited number of pieces to follow. As with the first group posted 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 fine stone artifact would lift out of the ground along with the remains of a dead tree. The first piece on the left measures 2 1/2“ in length by 1 3/4" at the widest point. It was knapped from a pale yellow flint and the edges are finely serrated. The middle avian shaped drill measures 2 1/4“ in length by 1 1/2“ at the widest point. The color is a pale rose/purple and the upper section allows for an easy grip when used. The piece on the far right measures 1 1/2" in length by by 1 1/2" in width. It is knapped from a pale light cinnamon brown flint. Both sides are delicately serrated. It is a truly exquisite work of art given the deep notching along with its matching width and height. They don’t come any better!