Only One Available: These are 3 Archaic Hickory Ridge points. Up to 7,000 years old!
This is a medium to large triangular side notch point with an elliptical cross section The blade is primarily excurvate, but may vary to incurvate on re-sharpened examples. Notches generally enter the blade parallel, but may enter at a slight angle which forms a shoulder that varies from horizontal to slightly barbed. The stem is expanding. The base ranges from concave to straight and generally has rounded basal corners. This point has a random flaking pattern.
This point is most commonly found in Missouri, Arkansas, and Iowa. This point may be found into Wisconsin and Indiana with decreased frequency.
There are no unsightly chips or breaks. One point has glue residue on the back. The other two are in great condition. All approximately 1.5" long.
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