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Native American Arrowheads11 of 50Spearhead found after a hard rain. Located in SW Ga on my own swamp bottom.Meserve Arrowhead Point found in S.W. Arkansas
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Posted 2 years ago

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olebodie
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Dont have a clue what this might have been it came from private property in the California foothills while surface hunting it`s 6"long 1 1/8"at the widest part and 1/2"thick one side is smooth the other side has very finely done grooves it is a very hard stone would like to hear from anybody that thinks they might know what it is.......wish it was`nt broke. Bill

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  1. surfdub66, 3 days ago
    Maybe some sort of old sharpening stone !! ;-)
    Intresting pics, what is that coffee bean looking stone ???
  2. olebodie olebodie, 3 days ago
    Hi surfdub66 I believe the serrations were used for gripping I was thinking some kind of leather tool or chipping tool because the end is worn
    The other (coffee bean) I believe is a weight maybe for and atl-atl found it near the Columbia River thanks for your interest
  3. surfdub66, 3 days ago
    Thats intresting olebodie!! Maybe some sort of file !! Never heard of an atl-atl??
    Sd
  4. olebodie olebodie, 3 days ago
    Atlatl weight is a counter balance weight for throwing a spear there is a lot of different styles bet there is a description if you were to google it matter of fact think I will do that maybe find a picture of this one
  5. olebodie olebodie, 3 days ago
    Hey just wanted to say thanks I have never googled atlatl before just did and there was a picture of the (coffee bean) rock looked exactly like mine amazing what can be found on these computers
    Bill

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