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Grade 10 Huge Paleo Clovis made from Flint Ridge Chert w/COA. This one measures in at a whopping 6-1/16"

Grade 10 Huge Paleo Clovis made from Flint Ridge Chert w/COA. This one measures in at a whopping

4.3 inch long Shoshonean knife form from a private ranch in south central Wyoming and made from tiger chert from the Green River Formation in the Blacks Fork area of Wyoming and the Sheep Creek area of the Unita Mountains in Utah.   The sub parallel bands in tiger chert represent preserved lake varves. The darker bands are almost pure silica (opalitic chert) and are interbedded with lighter bands of fine clastic material (porcellanite).   John Branney Collection.

4.3 inch long Shoshonean knife form from a private ranch in south central Wyoming and made from tiger chert from the Green River Formation in the Blacks Fork area of Wyoming and the Sheep Creek area of the Unita Mountains in Utah. The sub parallel bands in tiger chert represent preserved lake varves. The darker bands are almost pure silica (opalitic chert) and are interbedded with lighter bands of fine clastic material (porcellanite). John Branney Collection.

Dimensions: 4 1/8" L Found:Boone County, MO Description: A heavily polished flint celt or chisel. Found on the Grant farm in Columbia Missouri in the 30's or 40's

Dimensions: 4 L Found:Boone County, MO Description: A heavily polished flint celt or chisel. Found on the Grant farm in Columbia Missouri in the or

3.8 inch long ultrathin knife form made from a Georgetown variety of Edwards chert and surface found in Coryell County, Texas.   This prehistoric ultrathin knife form measures 95 millimeters long, 48 millimeters wide, and 5 millimeters or less in thickness. The width to thickness ratio is 9.6, well within the set range for defining ultrathin knife forms.   John Branney Collection.

3.8 inch long ultrathin knife form made from a Georgetown variety of Edwards chert and surface found in Coryell County, Texas. This prehistoric ultrathin knife form measures 95 millimeters long, 48 millimeters wide, and 5 millimeters or less in thickness. The width to thickness ratio is 9.6, well within the set range for defining ultrathin knife forms. John Branney Collection.

2.9 inch long Hell Gap projectile point found in Logan County, Colorado. This point was made from a caramel-colored petrified wood. The stem was ground and polished for half of the entire length of the projectile point.   Age was between 10,000 to 9,500 years old. John Branney Collection.

inch long Hell Gap projectile point found in Logan County, Colorado.

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