Archival Pieces Buzzard Roost Creek pg 1  
Item: FA1083    *NEW*    T. Davis COA 6+ inch Buzzard Roost Creek -   
Description: Huge Buzzard Roost Creek -  Nodular or Cobble Chert.  This Big Buzzard Roost Creek was found by Ricky Johnson along Mud Creek, Hardin County, Tennessee along the Tennessee River drainage.  It was made from a piece of cobble Chert and exhibits rind or "cortex" on both sides.  It has very nice symmetry and the base is classically bi-furcated as seen on this typology that dates 4,000 - 6,000 B.P.  Examples of this typology can get quite large and this one comes in at over 6 inches!  Buzzard Roost Creeks are believed to be related to the Benton type and have been found with Benton's.   This Huge example comes with a Tom Davis COA!  Ex Melson, Ex- Monty & Jewdy Pennington

 

Size: 6 1/4 x 1 3/4 inches
Price: $ SOLD               (Click Here to View more Photos)
Archival Pieces Buzzard Roost Creek pg. 1  

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