Archival Pieces Ashtabula pg 1  
Item: FA246
Description: Sonora Chert Ashtabula - Here is a very nice Archaic Stemmed that I believe is a small Ashtabula.  It is made of a beautiful piece of Sonora Chert.  It has a ground base, stem, and the underside of the weak ears.  This Ashtabula was found in March of 1992 in Hardin County, Kentucky.  It is a very nice piece.   This piece is pictured in the NEW Overstreet # 11 on page # 352.   Ex- Dale Rector, Ex- Monty Pennington


Size: 1 9/16 x 3/4 inches
Price: $ SOLD                (Click Here to View more Photos)

Item: FW214   *NEW*

Description: Two Tone Ashtabula - This nice Ashtabula Form is either made of Sonora Chert or another Two Tone Hornstone.  It has nice symmetry and shape and nice Flaking.  It was found by members of the Burgin & Day Families and this collection remained intact until we obtained it.  All the pieces in this collection were found from 1930 through 1970 in the areas North and East of Richmond, Kentucky in Madison County.  Ex- Shelby Burgin, Ex- Monty & Jewdy Pennington

Size: 1 9/16 x 1 1/4 inches

Price: $ 40.00                (Click Here to View more Photos)
Archival Pieces Ashtabula pg. 1  

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