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    Posted 3 years ago

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    These were found on private property with permission over many years of surface hunting there are some mighty fine pieces in here some of the obsidian is gold and silver sheen rainbow and some really nice colored and banded such as the 5 1/2 inch knife everyone of these pieces has a story and memory lots of memories hope some of you appreciate this stuff I still cannot love like follow or even categorize items sorry for not being able to love some really good post

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    1. valentino97 valentino97, 3 years ago
      Beautiful!! Why can't you love like or follow or categorize? What's happening with you?
    2. OLECODY OLECODY, 3 years ago
      Valentino97 I don't really know have contacted the site they cannot seem to find the problem have a feeling it is because I was kicked off this site for telling a guy Malkey that he was posting repros he didn't like it turned me in and I was gone thank you for your love and checking in
    3. fortapache fortapache, 3 years ago
      Another great arrowhead stone tool collection. Don't worry about hitting the love button.
    4. OLECODY OLECODY, 3 years ago
      Thanks fortapache officialfuel Manikin bobby and racer4four
    5. buckethead, 3 years ago
      Probably one of my favorite posts on CW....a great collection!!
    6. OLECODY OLECODY, 3 years ago
      Thanks buckethead considering how many post have been made on CW I consider that a huge compliment
    7. cindyjune cindyjune, 3 years ago
      Love your collection!
    8. Coopergirl Coopergirl, 3 years ago
      What a wonderful collection
    9. Poire Poire, 3 years ago
      These are beautiful, Olecody!

      As for your problem with liking and loving, I had the same problem and thought I was in some way blocked because I got into a terse discussion with someone who threatened to report me to the "mods."

      Anyway, I was informed that it might be because this site no longer uses Explorer. I then tried the site on Google Chrome and Apple Safari and I was able to love and like! Maybe this is the same for you?
    10. OLECODY OLECODY, 3 years ago
      Poire thanks I tried downloading google chrome got a security warning I am not real computer smart so won download anything with a warning
    11. OLECODY OLECODY, 3 years ago
      Coopergirl and cindyjune thanks for the comments glad there are people that appreciate the past people and their objects left behind
    12. billretirecoll billretirecoll, 3 years ago
      What a nice collection Bill, it's great that you put the rattle snake rattles in it too! Were they ones that you disturbed when you were picking the arrowheads? :^D The old woman that I worked for when I was young, had a huge collection framed up like yours is, I loved to look at them, and wonder in awe, at the way that they were made and by who! Thanks for showing! :^)
    13. OLECODY OLECODY, 3 years ago
      Bill what a nice comment the rattlers I killed were in my camp and was afraid for my dog otherwise they would be alive I do not like killing them but they did not go to waist my dog and me ate them taste like chicken no kidding I think the same thing before I pick one up wonder about the last man that touched it and the stories it could tell so glad to see people appreciating these old things makes me feel good thanks Bill
    14. CWcollection CWcollection, 2 years ago
      I had a few arrowheads, one was vert small. Found them in y granfathers field. They were very nice. I showed them to a family friend and I let I’m borrow them .A few weeks later he came over and showed me the duplicates he has made. I asked him how he did it. He explained how he bakes the flint rocks and they crack open and then picks the good flakes and uses a piece antler bone, a pieces of copper mounted on handles and how he presses an edge of a flake and it sheers off in a long flake. He made me a flint knife 6 inches long and mounted it on a handle. He has been long gone ,by the told me how he lived with an Indian tribe very early in his life. In moving around I have lost that knife.
    15. CWcollection CWcollection, 2 years ago
      I hav a close friend who wanted to purchase some of my arrow points. I did not want to because I could not place a price on them. I did give him a book on how these points can be made.
      He got some books and made me some points that were beautiful. He gave me some. I was amazed .
      The secret is that you have to bake or heat the flint before working it.
      A little aside from when I was a young kid. We lived in the country and canoed out over night (centra Texas). We made a campfire Abdul surrounded it with large flint rocks. When the rocks heated up they sent out sharp fragments flying. No one was hurt , but some of the fragments were razor sharp. I can see how they could be used for cutting or modifying to form arrow heads.
      Somewhat OFF TOPIC ,I hope you enjoy the story....!

    16. OLECODY OLECODY, 2 years ago
      Cool stories CWcollection do you still have you arrowheads I would enjoy seeing them

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