Archival Pieces Archaic Corner Notch pg 1  
Item: FA292 
Description: Archaic Corner Notch Knife - This fine Archaic Corner Notch Drill hails from Darke County, Ohio.  This material has been called "KY Flint Ridge".  I picked this up several years ago.  This knife was about 3 re-sharpenings from being a drill form.  This is a GREAT form.   This piece is pictured in the NEW Overstreet # 11 on page # 408.   Ex- Monty Pennington


Size: 2 9/16 x 1 11/16 inches
Price: $ SOLD                   (Click Here to View more photos)
Item: FA301  * NEW *
Description: Early Archaic Corner Notch - This is a beautiful Archaic form.  It is made of Carter Cave Chert.  It has a needle tip and perfect symmetry.  I have not isolated the typology........ it may be a Russell Cave, or a small Stilwell, or a fine Bakers Creek, or something else.  It does not really matter, because it is just fine as an Great Archaic Corner Notch.  (*note - someone applied a bit of clear fingernail polish to one side that I have not removed.  This can be remove with acetone - see photos)  It was found in Clark County, KY.  Ex- Monty Pennington


Size: 1 9/16 x 1 inch
Price: $ SOLD                 (Click Here to View more photos)
Archival Pieces Archaic Corner Notch pg. 1  

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