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    My favorite arrowhead frame

    Thought it would be fun to show the changes that my favorite arrowhead frame has been through over the last 5 years. The first(top) picture is most current. Last time I tried a picture of this frame, the responses spun a bit out of control. So here we go again.
    These arrowheads were purchased slowly and carefully. All are documented, many are published in reputable books/journals, none have a "COA", none are for sale, and all are 100% authentic. For size reference, the big triangular blade in the center is 5 1/2" long x 3 1/4" wide. They are nearly all from OH/KY/IN, with a few from other Midwest states.
    Hope you enjoy,
    Jon Dickinson
    www.prehistoricartifacts.com
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    Re: My favorite arrowhead frame

    I am truly sorry, I hope I didn't embarass you, I will wipe the drool off now. Nice collection!!
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  3. #3
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    Re: My favorite arrowhead frame

    Nice frame...

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    Re: My favorite arrowhead frame

    I have to ask.. what indications in an area would indicate arrowheads in the ground... just asking cuz after seeing your collection i want some..

    VERY COOL COLLECTION

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    Sep 2007
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    Re: My favorite arrowhead frame

    USTiger,

    Here is the $.01 guide to finding arrowheads. Prehistoric people needed to live close to water, but not in a floodplain. Your best bet to finding arrowheads in the Midwest is to find high ground close to moving water, and then hope that it is a plowed field that was recently rained on. The rain washes away the dirt leaving the "rocks" exposed.
    Hope that helps,
    Jon Dickinson.

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    Re: My favorite arrowhead frame

    that is one awesome collection !!!
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    Re: My favorite arrowhead frame - 2012 update

    Here is the newest version. Can't wait to see how it changes during the year.
    Regards,
    Jon Dickinson
    www.prehistoricartifacts.com

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    Re: My favorite arrowhead frame

    Wow real shiny points ohio is where the nice and the big artifacts are! and most of the midwest and florida and texas !

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    Nice arrow heads!
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