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    From where ?

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    I foud these Points while cleaning out my mothers house . Never knew she had them . I know my father did collekt fossilīs and minerals . Found them among all the fossils in the cabinet !
    These points are not german or european . I think my father bought them when my parents visit the USA (Rochester NY ) in the early 70 th.
    This is the box they came in .
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    Maybe someone can give a little input
    cheers
    grantler

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    How come picturs turn around .-(((
    They where good when I did write the post

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    I wouldn't bother with correcting the turned pictures lol

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    Banjo Man

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    They all look like reproductions to me--from India.

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    Grantler - these look like modern made points to me. Often made/sold at tourist attraction type places. Does not look like they are old artifacts.

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    To fix the camera issue, there are two things you can do for future use. When you take a pic with a cell phone hold it horizontally with camera lens on left top corner. Or use an editing program to invert the picture.

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    Yup, some of my first arrowheads were some pieces my grandmother picked up at a rest stop when they drove to the Grand Canyon. The notches on those will likely be made with a grinder.
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    Mike

    Apr 2020
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    all reproductions
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    Rock hunter

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    Quote Originally Posted by antmike915 View Post
    all reproductions
    All modern productions. Not even sure I would call them reproductions.
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    The Indian ones definitely stick out like a sore thumb

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    Mike

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    Quote Originally Posted by Garscale View Post
    All modern productions. Not even sure I would call them reproductions.
    True
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  12. #12
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    Jan 2004
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    Hello @ all
    Thanks a lot for your comments ,
    I allways had this feeling something does not look right with these points .
    So I know now for sure :-)
    greetings

 

 

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