- Item: FP542 *NEW*
- Description: Super Fine Fluted Cumberland with blunted tip -
This big Cumberland is Fluted to the tip on one side and about 3/4's of
the length on the other. It has nice crisp flutes. The
material looks similar to Cain Springs Chert. It is highly
patinated. It has very nice symmetry and great flaking. It
was reported to have been found in Middle Tennessee. It has great
deposits. This is a quality Cumberland!
- Size: 3 1/16 X 1 1/16 inches
- Item: FP555
- Description: Super Thin Fossilifferous Un-fluted
Cumberland / Beaver Lake - Here is an exceptionally thin Palo made of
fossilifferous Harrodsburg Chert! It is Super thin, has great
flaking and very nice symmetry! The hafting area is nicely ground.
It has a well made extended style tip! It was found by Sam Earps
in Smith County, Tennessee in the Dixon Springs area of Dixon Creek.
- Size: 3 1/2 x 13/16 inches
- Item: FP573 *NEW*
- Description: Carter Cave Chert Cumberland - This
Cumberland was from a collection in Tennessee but definitely has roots
to Central Kentucky. It is made of Carter Cave Chert and has nice
- Size: 2 3/4 x 7/8 inches
- Item: FP526
2 COA's - Davis & Dickey
Description: Fantastic Humphreys Co., Tennessee Fluted Cumberland -
This Fine Cumberland was found in Humphreys County, TN. It has
very nice flaking and symmetry with drooping ears over an Auriculate base.
A nice warm brown color of River Stained Flint. Comes with both a
Tom Davis COA and a Jerry
Dickey COA. Ex- Leonard, Ex- Young, Ex- Monty & Jewdy Pennington
Size: 2 9/16 x 7/8 inches
- Item: FP549
- Description: Super Fluted Cumberland with colorful
stripped base - This Fine Cumberland is fluted to the tip on both sides!
IT has nice symmetry and very nice flaking. It is made of striped
Hornstone and has some stripes near base to add color to the piece.
It was found in Middle Tennessee.
- Size: 2 1/16 X 13/16 inches
- Item: FP554 *NEW*
- Description: Tyrone Chert Cumberland -
Here is a fluted Cumberland made of high Quality Tyrone Chert. It
is fluted on both sides and has lots of deposits. It has decent
symmetry and a few splashes of color! It was reported found in
- Size: 2 3/16 x 13/16 inches
- Item: FP560 *NEW*
- Description: Very Fine Beaver Lake /
Un-Fluted Cumberland - Made from highly patinated Fort Payne Chert and
found in Lawrence County, Tennessee, this fine example was out of a
middle Tennessee Collection. It was originally collected by Calvin
Sharp. It has fantastic flaking and symmetry discounting an ancient
ding to the tip and one ear!
- Size: 4 3/8 x 1 1/16 inches
- Item: FP493 *NEW*
CUMBERLAND - Triple COA's
- Description: Fantastic Fluted Cumberland -
This FINE Cumberland point was found in Boone County, Kentucky in a
plowed field along St. Rt. 16/14, between Verona and Interstate I-75 by
Charles Phillips. It was found approx. 2 miles from Verona.
It is Fluted on Both Sides. I has great symmetry and form.
Perino & Jackson say that it is made High Grade cream Boyle Chert, and
Dickey says, "Seems to be Boyle Chert". I have had many
Paleo pieces made of what we refer to as "Paleo Boyle" and this does NOT
seem to be it. It has a backlit transparency around the edges that
give a hint of amber, and with the material in whole, I Believe that it
is made of High Grade Cream Carter Cave Chert. It comes with 3 COA's
(see photos) Ex- Charles Phillips, Ex- Bill Jackson Collection,
Ex- Thomas Rachels, Ex- Don Musser, Ex- S. Flanigan
- Size: 2 11/16 x 13/16 inches
- Item: FP290
TOM DAVIS COA
Description: Highly Collectible Sonora Chert Cumberland
- This is a Cumberland made of Highly Collectible Sonora
Chert. It was found in Garrard County, KY. Ex-
Monty & Jewdy Pennington
Size: 1 7/8 x 9/16 inches
- Item: FP516 *NEW*
Two Certificates of Authenticity
Fort Payne Chert Fluted Cumberland - Simpson County, Kentucky.
Comes with both a Dwain Rogers COA and one from Sam Cox.
Size: 2 7/16 x 1 inches
- Item: FP474
COA's - Davis, Dickey, Partain
- Description: Beautiful Fluted Cumberland -
This Fine Cumberland was found in Trigg County, Kentucky.
It is fully fluted on one side with one thinning flute
on the other. It has very nice symmetry and form and
is made of high grade Hornstone. Someone has had the tip of
one ear restored at some time and I have highlighted the restored area.
(see extra photos) It comes with 3 Coa's. One each
from Tom Davis, Jerry Dickey, and Ken Partain. Ex- J. Leonard
- Size: 2 1/2 x 7/8 inches
- Item: FP264 TOM DAVIS COA - G-10
Description: Beautiful Harrodsburg Chert Kentucky Fluted
Cumberland - This Beautiful Cumberland is fluted on
Both sides. It is fluted all the way to the tip on
one side and about halfway on the other side.
(see photos). It has a fine tip, slightly flaring ears, and a
nice Auriculate Base. The basal (hafting) area is
well ground. It is made of highly fossilifferous
Harrodsburg Chert and it was found
in Pulaski County, Kentucky. It comes with a Tom Davis COA grading it a
G10. Ex- Tom Davis, Ex- Monty & Jewdy Pennington
Size: 2 15/16 x 15/16 inches
- Item: FP443
Jerry Dickey COA
Description: Super Tennessee Fluted Cumberland -
This Fine Cumberland was found in Humphreys County, TN. It has
nice flaking and symmetry with drooping ears over an Auriculate base.
A nice warm brown color of River Stained Flint. Comes with a Jerry
Dickey COA. Ex- Leonard
Size: 2 9/16 x 7/8 inches
- Item: FP363 *NEW*
- Description: Authentic Fort Payne Cumberland
- Very nice flutes on both sides!. Found in Jefferson County,
Kentucky. One side had been lacquered at one time, removed now.
This piece, for WHATEVER reason I cannot imagine has a little modern
grinding on the inside of the Auriculate bottom. I have
outlined the exact area in the extra photos. It still displays
well and is a very nice piece. It blows me away that someone could
not appreciate it for what it was, evidently with a rough bottom.
- Size: 2 7/8 x 15/16 inches
- Item: FP302
DAVIS COA G-10
Description: Fantastic Fort Payne Cumberland
- This Fantastic Cumberland comes with a Tom Davis COA grading it a
G-10. It was found in Tennessee. It has near perfect
symmetry and form. It exhibits superb flaking and is fluted on one
side. The hafting area is nicely ground. It is made of
Highly patinated Fort Payne Chert. Ex- Monty & Jewdy Pennington
Size: 3 3/4 x 1 1/16 inches
- Item: FP273
- Description: Fossilifferous Paleo Lance Point -
Beaver Lake or Un-fluted Cumberland - Harrodsburg Chert. Found in
Estill County by Richard Cackling & Robbie Robbins , Kentucky. Shouldered Basal area is ground.
Ex- Monty & Jewdy Pennington
- Size: 2 1/2 x 3/4 inches
- Item: FP 308 *NEW*
- Description: Sonora Chert Fluted Cumberland - Kentucky.
This Cumberland is made of highly collectible Sonora Chert. It is Ex- Monty & Jewdy Pennington
- Size: 1 5/8 x 3/4 inches
- Item: FP229 TOM DAVIS COA
- Description: Beautifully Mottled Fort Payne Chert Fluted Cumberland - This fine Fluted Cumberland is made from a beautifully mottled piece of Fort Payne Chert. It was found in Tennessee. It has very good symmetry and both sides are nicely fluted. It has the "classic" Cumberland form with flaring tail. There are only minor ancient dings to the piece and the tip of one ear is anciently missing as shown in the photos. It comes with a Tom Davis COA grading it a G-8. Ex- Tom Davis, Ex- Monty & Jewdy Pennington
- Size: 2 x 13/16 inches
- Item: FP152 BEAUTIFUL - INVESTMENT GRADE - TWO Papers !
- Description: BEAUTIFUL Fort Payne Chert Kentucky Cumberland - Here is a Fantastic Cumberland that is made of a Beautiful Mottled Fort Payne Chert in shades of Brown, White, & Cream. It is fluted to the tip on one side and 2/3rds of the length on the other side. (see photos) It has a slight ancient ding to one ear ....... there is NO other damage to this Beautiful Cumberland. This piece has never been offered for sale by a dealer before. It was found by Cecil Phelps in 1970 while plowing a tobacco patch on Buck Creek in Pulaski County, Kentucky. Mr. Phelps was an uncle to collector Phil Mize, whom some of you may know. In 1974 he showed it to Phil who advised him to wrap it in a rag to protect it since he kept it in an old gift box with some other points. It was acquired by Tony Simpson from Mr. Phelps who was also his wife's uncle. This FINE Cumberland was pictured in Prehistoric America Number 3 in 1996 on page 31. Don't miss the opportunity to own one of the prettiest examples of this RARE type of Paleo lanceolate. Comes with
2 COA's, BOTH a Tom Davis COA & a Dwain Rogers COA. Ex- Tony Simpson
- Size: 3 1/2 x 1 inch
- Item: FP103
- Description: KY Sonora Cumberland - This piece was sold to me as Boyle Chert, which was wrong. I had the piece papered and typed as it should be.... a highly patinated Sonora Chert of gray & tan. Tom Davis Graded this piece a G-6 because of the ancient damage to one ear of the base. It is a beautiful piece, material wise. If you are looking for a bargain authentic Cumberland, this is it...... color and all. Ex - Pat Gains, Ex- Tom Davis, Ex- Monty Pennington
- Size: 2 3/8 x 3/4 inches
- Item: FP138 Interesting piece
- Description: Kentucky Side-notch made from an earlier Fluted point - Here is a side notch point made from Sonora Chert that was made from an earlier Fluted point..... probably a Cumberland. You can see the flute on one side and the sides above the notches still carry grinding from the earlier form. ( see photos ) It was found in Logan County, Kentucky by Steve Butcher. A nice conversation piece even with the dings.
- Size: 1 3/4 x 13/16 inches