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    Colorado pottery

    Hello all. Need some help dating/identifying these pieces here.
    They were found near Plainview CO.
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    Banjo Man

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    1st piece looks Anasazi to me.
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    Colorado Black & White pottery is generally related to the Mesa Verde Pueblo cultures from before the 1300s. Somebody had to bring those a long way to end up in Plainview.


    http://www2.nau.edu/~sw-ptry/anasazi...%2DNavajos.%22
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    Avatar: 4" Tecovas Paleo Bi-face Baca Cty Colo

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    I have some that are very similar my uncle gave me. He lived in Arizona.
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    Thank you everyone for the quick replies. Special thanks to Saguache for the information and link!
    happy hunting to you all
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    Quote Originally Posted by newnan man View Post
    I have some that are very similar my uncle gave me. He lived in Arizona.
    that could be Black Mesa AZ b&w
    Avatar: 4" Tecovas Paleo Bi-face Baca Cty Colo

 

 

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