Archival Pieces Early Triangular pg 1  
Item:FA653   *NEW*           TOM DAVIS COA   G-9
Description: VERY NICE Early Triangular - The Early Triangular is an Early Archaic typology that dates from 9,000 BP till around 7,000 BP.  This Fine Early Triangular was found in South Texas by Robert L. Stathem.  It is thin and well made with very good flaking.  (see photos)  It has lightly serrated blade edges and a fine point.  The base is auriculate in shape.  This piece is from the collection of John & Robert Stathem of Shreveport, Louisiana.  Robert and his father John hunted artifacts in Louisiana, Texas, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Mississippi, Arkansas, Tennessee, and Oklahoma.  It comes with a Tom Davis COA grading it a G-9.  Ex- Robert Stathem Collection, Ex- Monty & Jewdy Pennington   


Size: 2 1/8 x 1 3/16 inches
Price: $ SOLD                (Click Here to View more Photos)
Archival Pieces Early Triangular pg. 1  

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