Archival Pieces Dalton Sloan pg 1  
Item: FP403    *NEW*
Description: Big, Wide, Fossilifferous Paleo Blade - Found in Clinton County, Indiana on the H. Knapp Farm.  Made of Fossilifferous Chert.  Lots of color.  An ancient "burin" fracture near tip of blade. (see photos).  Jon Dickinson thought this was a Sloan Dalton, Tom Davis thought it was probably a Haw River & I tend to agree, you decide.  Either way, it's a well made, thin for size, Very early blade.  Ex- Jon Dickinson, Ex- K. Carson, Ex- Monty Pennington

 

Size: 5 1/8 x 2 1/16 inches
Price: $ SOLD                (Click Here to View more Photos)
Item: FA565   *NEW*
Description: HUGE Dalton Blunted Blade or Scraper - This was once a huge Dalton which had the tip broken and was then salvaged by prehistoric man into a scraper or blunted blade.  It has perfect symmetry, great flaking, and a well made base.  It is literally eat up with patina.  It was found in Logan County, Illinois by Tony Dakatus of Springfield, Illinois.  Ex - C. West, Ex- Monty Pennington

 

Size: 3 1/8 x 1 3/8 inches
Price: $ SOLD                (Click Here to View more Photos)
Item: FA440   *NEW*
Description: Big Burlington Dalton - Here is a BIG Dalton made of Burlington Chert.  It was found in Fulton County, Illinois.  This big blade had very nice flaking.  It has nice symmetry and a slight torque to the blade.  It has a slightly auriculate base.  Ex- S. Jaynes 

 

Size: 4 1/4 x 1 5/8 inches
Price: $ SOLD                (Click Here to View more Photos)
Item: FP169           Tom Davis COA - G-9
Description: Burlington Sloan Dalton - This Fantastically Flaked Sloan Dalton is made of Burlington Chert.  It was found in Green County, Arkansas.  It has near perfect symmetry and "A" typical form with a classic base. (see photos) This one is a beauty to hold.  Great Investment Grade Artifact!  Ex- Jeff Baker, Ex- Hayden Bybee collection.

 

Size: 4 x 1 5/16 inches
Price: $ SOLD                  (Click Here to View more Photos)
Item: FP128
Description: Ohio Dalton Sloan - This is a very nice early piece.  It is a Dalton Sloan, or "Sloan Dalton" as some call them and I believe it is made of some variety of Coshocton.  It was found by Richard Green in Adams County, Ohio.  The hafting area along the sides of the base and the bottom are well ground.  It has a very nice wide flute or "thinning strike" up one side from the base ending in a terminal fracture.  It is a charcoal gray with nice inclusions.  It has classic form and great symmetry.  From my personal collection. 

 

Size: 3 9/16 x 1 1/2 inches
Price: $ SOLD                           (Click Here to View more Photos)
Archival Pieces Dalton Sloan pg. 1  

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