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    us
    Dec 2009
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    Identification help

    My brother in law found this in Northeast Kansas. Just wandering what type it might be. It's about 5 inches long and looks like the base might be broken. Also another piece he found in the same place. Thanks, Joseph
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    us
    Grant Brandenburg

    Jan 2013
    Colorado
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    Someone will ID that point and it's a real beauty. I've found two artifacts in Colorado that look as though they were made from the same white material. One I found close to the Arkansas river in Chaffee county and the other on what is called Poncha pass. I can only say the drilled stone is maybe a talisman pendant of some kind?.

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    us
    May 2013
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    Very Nice point your Bro inlaw found. It looks like a Sedalia or Nebo Hill. Date Range is 10,000 to 3,00 BP The lithic looks like Burlington Chert.
    The two points you found in Colorado, most likely is not Burlington chert. Would like to see both you found as well. Were they both found in Chaffee County or were you on the south side of Poncha Pass?

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    us
    Apr 2013
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    Chase is on point with that point, and the other item looks to be a drilled stone pendant.
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    us
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    Thanks for the replies and help guys. It looks like he found a good spot, I just need to talk him into taking me along! Joseph

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    Yep that's a killer !!!!!

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    us
    I collect Artifacts and Vintage Collectibles and Rocks.

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    So how big is the rock with the hole?
    Personal finds were on private property which I have permission to hunt.
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    us
    Dec 2009
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    It's about an "1 1/2 tall and an "1 wide. The hole is drilled perfectly smooth and definitely looks man made. Joseph
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