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    Some of my knapped pieces

    It was neat to see this, I haven't noticed it before. I am posting a couple of my knives, a coral point that you can see polyps and a couple more pieces.Click image for larger version. 

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    Rook

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    Awesome
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    When you come to a fork in the road, take it.

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    I tried knapping. I was quite successful in making small rocks from bigger ones. That was all. I have no skill, and the trash can awaited.
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    Nice knives. Nice job. Congrats
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    Great workmanship.

    That unfluted Clovis/Simpson point looks like an old one.
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    Nice work and nice material. I love the coral with the polyps. Gary
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    Quote Originally Posted by joshuaream View Post
    Great workmanship.

    That unfluted Clovis/Simpson point looks like an old one.
    It is just a piece of Flint River Chert that worked really good for me

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    Is this mostly local stone? It looks like the types of stone that I was finding in SW Georgia years ago. Beautiful material and FANTASTIC Workmanship!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Indian Steve View Post
    Is this mostly local stone? It looks like the types of stone that I was finding in SW Georgia years ago. Beautiful material and FANTASTIC Workmanship!
    All of it is Coral except the two agate pieces and the Flint River, simpson looking point

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    Grant Brandenburg

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    I've never really noticed this form before, until I found a modern piece to post yesterday. Beautiful stuff Willjo. What's with the Vizsla? I had one many years ago when I first moved back here to Colorado from California. She was an awesome dog.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tamrock View Post
    I've never really noticed this form before, until I found a modern piece to post yesterday. Beautiful stuff Willjo. What's with the Vizsla? I had one many years ago when I first moved back here to Colorado from California. She was an awesome dog.
    The dog was on a calender, I don' own one.

 

 

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