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  1. #1
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    27DAVIS

    May 2009
    Greenville, NC
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    Arrowhead Collecting

    NORTH CAROLINA STONE TOOLS

    THIS IS A FRAME OF POINTS AND TOOLS AND ALSO A BANNERSTONE, ALL WERE FOUND IN PITT COUNTY , NORTH CAROLINA. ALL ITEMS IN THIS FRAME WERE FOUND IN PLOWED FIELDS, AFTER A GOOD RAIN. THE BANNERSTONE IS ON THE BOTTOM LEFT.
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  3. #2
    us
    Feb 2008
    Northern Ohio
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    Re: NORTH CAROLINA STONE TOOLS

    Very nice--Thanks for sharing

  4. #3
    us
    Mar 2009
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    Re: NORTH CAROLINA STONE TOOLS

    Can I ask you for close ups of the point to the right in the center. It looks like possibly a Rhyollite Cumberland point. Is it fluted on both sides. If so for a crude Rhyollite Cumberland it is absolutely beautiful. The material is all that holds it back. I would appreciate it if you could post larger close ups of that point. Thanks and that is a beautiful frame of artifacts.................GTP.........

  5. #4
    gb
    Feb 2008
    England.
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    All Types Of Treasure Hunting

    Re: NORTH CAROLINA STONE TOOLS

    Nice Guilfords.

    I'm off to NC end of this month, back to my ole haunt, hope i find lots. Although I have many Guilfords, I hope I find more..

    Thanks for sharin

    Molly.

  6. #5
    us
    27DAVIS

    May 2009
    Greenville, NC
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    Arrowhead Collecting

    Re: NORTH CAROLINA STONE TOOLS

    Quote Originally Posted by Get-the-point
    Can I ask you for close ups of the point to the right in the center. It looks like possibly a Rhyollite Cumberland point. Is it fluted on both sides. If so for a crude Rhyollite Cumberland it is absolutely beautiful. The material is all that holds it back. I would appreciate it if you could post larger close ups of that point. Thanks and that is a beautiful frame of artifacts.................GTP.........
    THE POINT TO THE RIGHT IS ONLY FLUTED ON ONE SIDE, A NICE FIELD FIND. HERE IS A CLOSE UP PICTURE, OF THIS POINT.
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  7. #6
    us
    Mar 2009
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    Re: NORTH CAROLINA STONE TOOLS

    After looking at it further it does look like a cumberland point. The ears are pronounced enough and i can see basal grinding........................The picture is a little blurry but I am pretty sure of it. Why don't you take it out of the frame and post it by itself with a title like "Cumberland point?" and people will tell you what they think. I personally feel that is a cumberland point and almost flawless as is. A nice personal find. I wish I could find one. I have owned them before but never found one.........GTP

 

 

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