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This 3 5/8" long by 1 1/6" wide Dalton was made from Mill Creek chert. Classic expanded "fishtail base" and prominent manganese patina. It was found in Alexander County, Illinois. This is an early Archaic point, dating between 7,500 B.C. and 6,500 B.C. This point was found by Theodore Reichert on his Southern Illinois farm, and remained in his family since his passing in 1950. Includes a Roy Motley Certificate of Authentication.

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This 2 9/16" long Hardin Barb point was made from Jeff City chert and is white with and medium and light gray banding all around the point. It was found in Franklin County, Missouri. It has slightly beveled serrated edges, a barbed stem, and all over gloss patina. This is an early Archaic point, dating between 7,500 B.C. and 6,500 B.C. This point was previously collected by K.G. Middleton and comes with a Roy Motley Certificate of Authentication.

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