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Posted 7 years ago


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I just got this COA fresh from the mail box. Caddo Trading Co, Murfreesboro, AR. I don't know if my Dad found this or bought it, but it has a COA now. G-9 Celt 400-600 A.D. Appraised Value $275. Not bad for a piece of green hardstone..... It is smooth as a baby's butt...! Lol


  1. Mark Rath, 6 years ago
    What is a coa the reson I ask is I have 2 iraquwa dream cerimonial masks. they have bein authenticated but I am having truble valueating them. I just learning so I hope this isn't a stupid question. thank you for your time
  2. Esther110 Esther110, 6 years ago
    Mark: COA stands for Certificate Of Authenticity.
  3. Michael Nemetz, 6 years ago
    I have a very similar celt that my dad found 45 years ago on a small island in Long Island Sound. How do you go about getting a COA? I also have arrowheads.

    Thank you.
  4. Michael Nemetz, 6 years ago
    Thank you for the information. Seems I have many things, including confederate currency, that I'll just assume as the "real deal"...

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