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  1. #31
    Wicked Kool! Wish I could find stuff like that. Hogge
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  2. #32
    Quote Originally Posted by Professor of Engineering View Post
    Killer relic hunt, congrats!
    Thanks PoE
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  3. #33
    Congrats on some great looking points. To be able to find the two pieces five years apart, is nothing short of a miracle. I'd go buy a lotto ticket next.
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  4. #34
    ca
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    Congratulations on the match up.
    Top shelf hunt.
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  5. #35
    Quote Originally Posted by DigToChina View Post
    Are you kidding me? The odds of matching that point are pretty remote. Get out and buy that 6/49 for tonightís draw!

    Probably not a coincidence that it broke at the transition of those two rock layers. I would think that would create a weak point.

    With the first tool instead of an Adze, could it just be a straight up axe? Attach that thing upright to a stick and it looks like it would smash someoneís head pretty effectively.

    Anyways, great finds!
    Thanks DigToChina. Could be an axe as well. There are many possibilities about its use. But I think by the way it was polished it was probably something to do with working with animal hides. Looks pretty fragile and light to use as some type of cutting or splitting tool.
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  6. #36
    Quote Originally Posted by Steve in PA View Post
    What a great group of Indian Artifacts!!
    Have you posted these on the North American Indian Artifact forum? Last time I looked I didn't see them. You might get some answers there.
    Thanks Steve
    Yes, I did post it there. Got some suggestions, but nothing for sure.
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  7. #37
    Quote Originally Posted by Relicific View Post
    Those are a bunch of great stone tools and the fossil is a magnificent find too.
    Yes, really glad I picked it up as well.
    Da Deus Fortunae

  8. #38
    us
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    Congrats on the finds! The points are awesome.

  9. #39
    Quote Originally Posted by devldog View Post
    Great find and saves. That was some story about finding the two pieces five years apart. This only confirms the saying that "Two halves make a whole". Congrat's on some very nice artifacts of Native American History.
    Thanks devldog
    Da Deus Fortunae

  10. #40
    Quote Originally Posted by Zep11in View Post
    Looks to be a "shoulder Adze"Attachment 1835270
    Thanks for the info Zep11in. Could be the case.
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  11. #41
    Quote Originally Posted by jewelerguy View Post
    those points and tools are amazing. congrats on matching the two halves. A friend of mine managed to do that with a couple of pieces found a considerable distance apart on two different hunts
    Thanks jewlerguy Still can't believe my luck that day.
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  12. #42
    Quote Originally Posted by Gaspipe View Post
    If those finds as a group arenít banner worthy nothing is . The ax if archaic is beautiful. Post them in the North American native artifact section. A lot of knowledgeable people on there.
    Thanks Gaspipe. I did post it there.
    Da Deus Fortunae

  13. #43
    Quote Originally Posted by PetesPockets55 View Post
    Love those pieces and the story. Congrats on some great finds.

    I can't imagine the odds of the same person finding those two pieces five years apart. What's even more amazing is having the memory to mentally piece them together to see if they fit together.

    Outstanding!!
    Thanks PetesPockets55. Yes, some pretty crazy odds
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  14. #44
    Quote Originally Posted by Trezurehunter View Post
    Congrats on some great looking points. To be able to find the two pieces five years apart, is nothing short of a miracle. I'd go buy a lotto ticket next.
    I just might.
    Da Deus Fortunae

  15. #45
    Quote Originally Posted by pepperj View Post
    Congratulations on the match up.
    Top shelf hunt.
    Thanks pepperj
    Da Deus Fortunae

 

 
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