**Originally Listed At $400**
North America, Native American, Illinois/Missouri border area, Archaic to Woodlands period, ca. 5000 BCE to 500 CE. A beautiful collection of twenty-nine hand-knapped chert arrowheads and awls, in a variety of styles and colors, and all found near the border area between Missouri and Illinois. The items are displayed with labels denoting their specific types, from left to right, top to bottom, with some repeating: Beaver Lake, Hidden Valley, Big Sandy, Lost Lake, Rice, Pelican, Breckenridge, Benton, Jakie, Williams, Osceola, Castroville, and Stone. Size of largest: 4" L (10.2 cm).
Provenance: private Hagar collection, Wildwood, Missouri, USA
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