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Posted 2 years ago

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Kollector
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I have not been able to find any information on this spear point. None of the points are this large. I have been told that it may be a ceremonial point. I purchased it at a estate sale many years ago. It is very thin

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  1. trunkman trunkman, 2 years ago
    I do not know much about arrowheads -- just that the Clovis tribe had large ones similar to this. Take a look online and see what you think. (just delete this comment if I am way off)
  2. blunderbuss2 blunderbuss2, 2 years ago
    I don't like using this word, but awesome! Can't imagine all that work for 1 spear toss. I also agree that it might be ceremonial or possible a knife.
  3. JunkCollectorU.S.1981 JunkCollectorU.S.1981, 2 years ago
    Trunkman that point above is corner notched and Clovis points have no notches.
    Looks like a Gray Ghost to me (corner notch dovetail style knapping) but it might be an authentic point worth thousands? You can send it to a reputable authenticator or wait for a big show in your area. Beautiful point!

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