Archival Pieces Angostura pg 1  
Item: FP504    *NEW*       TOM DAVIS G-10    
Description: Beautiful Mozarkite Lanceolate - Here is an absolutely Beautiful Piece that I am unable to accurately type.  It was found sometime between 1940 and 1965 in South East Missouri or North East Arkansas by J. McClellan.  It has near perfect symmetry and nice flaking.  Some have suggested something called a "Packard", Tom Davis thought maybe an Angostura, I don't see flaking to support that type, but maybe.  I also though of an Extremely nice 1st Stage Searcy, but I have never seen one before re-sharpening and serrated.  I am open to comments and suggestions as far as Typology on this one.  Whatever it is, it is a Beautiful, Colorful Well made Example, with nice deposits.  This Beautiful piece comes with a Tom Davis COA grading it a G-10.  Ex- Monty & Jewdy Pennington 

 

Size: 3 5/8 x 1 3/16 inches
Price: $ SOLD                (Click Here to View more Photos)
Item: FA594       Oblique Transverse Flaking    TOM DAVIS COA G-8
Description: Beautiful Kentucky Derby Flint Angostura Early Lanceolate - Here is a Beautiful Lanceolate Type Piece made of Derby Flint.   It is an Angostura which is a Very Early type dating from 9,000 BP.  It has Fabulous Oblique Transverse Flaking on both sides.  (see photos)  It has near perfect symmetry.  It has beautiful coloring.  This is an Outstanding piece that borders on Paleo.  It comes with a Tom Davis COA grading it a G-8.  Ex- Tom Davis, Ex- Monty & Jewdy Pennington

 

Size: 2 15/16 x 1 1/16 inches
Price: $ SOLD                (Click Here to View more Photos)
Item: FP472    *NEW*        Super Early Lanceolate with Dickey COA
Description: Super Illinois Agate Basin or Transitional Paleo Angostura - This Angostura is a "cookie cutter" example of the type.  It has near perfect symmetry and form.  It has some great Oblique flaking and is made from a high quality piece of Burlington Chert.   The basal area is lightly ground and it has a steep bevel on one side of each blade face.  It was found by Bertrum Edmundson in the 1930's near Alexander, Illinois.  This fine piece comes with a Jerry Dickey COA where Jerry identified it as an Agate Basin.  I believe Jerry missed the typology on this one, so I have included what I feel is a typology correct evaluation that was worked up for the previous owner. However, you may decide for yourself.  Ex- Len Weidnet, Ex- Leonard

 

Size: 4 1/8 x 1 1/16 inches
Price: $ SOLD                (Click Here to View more Photos)
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