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  1. #121

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    Quote Originally Posted by DigEmAll View Post
    Some copper points and some bone points.

    (Copper plate was some of the earliest traded items along the east coast. The natives would roll it up, heat it and then shove it onto a arrow shaft. Then dip it in cold water to srink it onto the shaft.)
    Hi found a copper spearhead that I would like to share but have no idea how to post it.

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  2. #122
    us
    Dec 2008
    austin,texas
    Garrett Ace250,garrett pro-pointer,AT/Pro,
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    I like that Turtle looking rock.

  3. #123
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    tokenguy

    Oct 2006
    Texas and Oklahoma
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    Quote Originally Posted by DigEmAll View Post
    Thanks for all the great remarks fellas!
    Mr. DigEmAll,

    that is a huge fantastic collection, and that compliment is from a guy (me) who has a fair size collection of native American artifacts (and modern made flint knapped reproductions) as well. Mine are all in the glass topped, black cardboard cases with cotton backing in the case, I forget the name of the case maker right now. (getting old is the pits)

    Anyway, great stuff. Your location says you are upper penn. of Michigan, so guess most of that stuff came from Michigan? YOu ever find much native copper (nuggets and veins) up there too?

    I found one what I think is a copper nugget in northern Virginian back around 1972 with my old Whites coinmaster BFO detector, I know it is copper and it looks like a nugget, but I didn't know there was native copper in VA, so am still unsure what it is.

    I did have some large hunks of native copper from UP Michigan a few yrs ago but gave em away.

  4. #124
    gu
    Dec 2008
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    Quote Originally Posted by texasvarmit View Post
    Mr. DigEmAll,

    that is a huge fantastic collection, and that compliment is from a guy (me) who has a fair size collection of native American artifacts (and modern made flint knapped reproductions) as well. Mine are all in the glass topped, black cardboard cases with cotton backing in the case, I forget the name of the case maker right now. (getting old is the pits)

    Anyway, great stuff. Your location says you are upper penn. of Michigan, so guess most of that stuff came from Michigan? YOu ever find much native copper (nuggets and veins) up there too?

    I found one what I think is a copper nugget in northern Virginian back around 1972 with my old Whites coinmaster BFO detector, I know it is copper and it looks like a nugget, but I didn't know there was native copper in VA, so am still unsure what it is.

    I did have some large hunks of native copper from UP Michigan a few yrs ago but gave em away.
    I think you are talking about Riker cases. I f you can, post some pics of your collection in the Native American Artifact forum on here.

  5. #125

    Aug 2013
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    i"m getting a Garrett 2500 i,m happy i can tell you sleep with yours i hope i like it ha ha that,s a life collection wow.

  6. #126

    Aug 2013
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    can i ask you could that turtle have been a pointer to some thing.

  7. #127
    us
    Aug 2012
    NY
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    That is absolutely amazing! Great finds! I can say I have never found any stone tools unfortunately although I have knapped a fair share of arrowheads myself. Keep up the great work!

  8. #128
    us
    "Diggin with Kap" on Youtube!

    Sep 2013
    Downtown Lehman
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    Beautiful
    "You can observe a lot by just watching."-Yogi Berra

 

 
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