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    Indian double edge stone and with blood

    How much is this worth I'm going to put 3 prices on but the top one has blood
    Last edited by perry; May 01, 2017 at 08:36 PM. Reason: Delete
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    What makes you think there is blood? Any blood that was ever there would be long, long gone.

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    It actually appears that the hatchet stone has pinkish Quartz in it.


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    Indian double edge stone and with blood

    Perry I would post this to the North American Indian Artifact forum with information about what part of the country you found it in. There's some real experts on that forum that can tell you quite a bit of information about these artifacts.
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    Moved to Indian Artifact Forum.
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    It looks like two Axes and a possible Hammerstone. Can you post better pictures of all three please? I'm sure there in no blood on it unless it was used recently to kill something or somebody. Any traces of blood would be long gone from when ancient man used this tool.
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    They look pretty banged up but better pics would help. On the $ side of it it wount be much for broken artifacts. If I had found them though I would frame them.
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    Like others said no blood would still be present but they are some nice axes .... Any info ? Did you find them ? Buy them ? What state etc...
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    I would rather see an authentic broken scraper posted than a G-10 Artifake!

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    In the first photo, the piece on lower right looks like a broken Hohokam style axe, guessing from Arizona...
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    Yes I will redo the pics

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    My grand parents found everything, bowls arrow heads huge pot Marvel's beads tinyyyyyyyy shell and stone beads I'll post everything there's a cool pot I want to know more about ....

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    AZ yes

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    Quote Originally Posted by Charl View Post
    In the first photo, the piece on lower right looks like a broken Hohokam style axe, guessing from Arizona...
    Thats an pretty impressive guess... To me anyways

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