Only One Available: This is a larger Woodland Kentucky Waubesa Contracting Stem point. Up to 2,500 years old.
This is a thick medium to large (2 to 5 inches) triangular to lanceolate contracting stem point with an elliptical cross section. The blade is elongated and excurvate with the widest portion of the blade commonly at the shoulders. The shoulders are primarily horizontal, but may be slightly barbed to having an upward angle. The stem is long and contracting with a base that may vary from convex or “beaver tail” to pointed. Basal grinding as absent on this type. This point is manufactured using random percussion flaking with pressure flaking used to trim and retouch the blade forming a random flaking pattern.
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