Archival Pieces Meserve pg 1  
Item: FA644                                TOM DAVIS COA
Description: Early Archaic Meserve - This Nice Meserve was found in South Texas found by Robert L. Stathem.  It has excellent symmetry and a nice thinning strike from the base up that terminates like a flute.  The Meserve typology dates to Early Archaic, from 9,500 B.P. till 4,000 B.P.  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.  Ex- Robert Stathem Collection, Ex- Monty & Jewdy Pennington


Size: 2 x 7/8 inches
Price: $ SOLD              (Click Here to View more Photos)
Archival Pieces Meserve pg. 1  

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