Stone Age North American Projectile Point Group
Circa 10,000 BC and later. An interesting group of North American projectile points including: an undated large (13 cm) Clovis style spearhead in pale grey chert (inked NE NEW MEXICO), an undated Folsom style arrowhead (45 mm) in translucent brown flint (with label NE NEW MEXICO), a medium (10 cm) tanged projectile point in translucent amber flint (with old label SCOTTS BLUFF), a medium projectile point in grey chert (loss to tip), a medium leaf projectile point in grey chert, a small tanged arrowhead in mottled grey flint, a leaf arrowhead in white quartz and a tanged arrowhead in grey flint (with accompanying old inked card stating ‘Found in a mound at Poplar Creek, Olive Spring, East Texas). Ex David Winter collection; some with findspot information, as noted. 168 grams total, 40mm to 13 cm (1 1/2 - 5"). [6, No Reserve]
All very fine condition.