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    What is this exactly? Knife?

    My father found this in the 1980s. He was curious on the correct classification and what exactly it is? I apologize for the low quality pictures, but itís all I have on hand. Thanks so much everyone. Click image for larger version. 

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    I would say it's a knife.
    We are in a hobby that is supported by losers!!

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    A very young old man

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    Where was it found and how did he find it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by newnan man View Post
    Where was it found and how did he find it?
    It was found in Elbert, Georgia. Funny story, he told me he was just walking through his Uncle Drew’s garden and spotted this. Pretty decent find since he wasn’t even looking! Thanks for your reply.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tony in SC View Post
    I would say it's a knife.
    Thank you!

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    Lot's of good stuff where you are! I found some of my first points near the river.
    We are in a hobby that is supported by losers!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tony in SC View Post
    Lot's of good stuff where you are! I found some of my first points near the river.
    Neat! I have a place on broad river I’ve been hunting. If you’re ever in the area, you’re welcome to come hunt with me. I’m right on the South Carolina line. Thanks!

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    Rock hunter

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    Cool blade
    . any pics of the other side?
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    Yes, other side please. Not questioning anything. It's just that 5 identical pictures don't help much.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sandchip View Post
    Yes, other side please. Not questioning anything. It's just that 5 identical pictures don't help much.
    I’ll definitely get one. I apologize for uploading identical pics, but was having issues with my internet and the identical one just uploaded more than I wanted. Thanks!
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    Nice piece! I would guess a knife, as I am not a scholar as some of the others are. And the pictures take a while for one to load, so just wait before clicking again. It will finally load lol

  12. #12

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alexander997 View Post
    It was found in Elbert, Georgia. Funny story, he told me he was just walking through his Uncle Drew’s garden and spotted this. Pretty decent find since he wasn’t even looking! Thanks for your reply.
    Elberton, GA? I work in Elberton and live in Lincolnton on Clarks-Hill lake. I've found many arrow heads over the years. And know a few people that have found spear points etc. Never a knife.

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    Banjo Man

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    I'd say it's a knife. Many knives are misidentified as spear points and arrowheads.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tdog View Post
    I'd say it's a knife. Many knives are misidentified as spear points and arrowheads.
    Yep. And almost all spear points were also used as knives.
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