native american artifact

  1. Newbie here…is this a hand axe of some sort? Or scraper?

    I found this today have no idea what it is, but I think it’s definitely something? The edge is chipped btw. I’ve attached multiple photos taken at different angles. Expertise is greatly appreciated.
  2. Cape Cod arrowhead

    A little over a year ago I was skipping rocks on a beach in the Cape when I picked this up. It laid right at the shore line and looked to be the perfect skipping rock but after getting a closer look I went over to show my uncle to see if he knew what it could be. When I got back to the cottage I...
  3. Wide variety of pottery shard types and manufacturing styles

    Hello, I recently identified a site in Central Brazil with hundreds (more probably thousands) of ceramic shards of the most varied pottery and manufacturing styles. Below (attached) are some photos (macro - 23 x 23 square cm) and light microscope details (micro - some few square mm) with temper...
  4. First arrowhead!!!

    Found my first arrowhead today in northwest Florida! Been looking and digging test holes on our property for a while and have only found a few flakes and broken pieces until now. This one was barely covered with dirt. The field has been plowed and cultivated in the past. It has a broken tip, but...
  5. 🔎 UNIDENTIFIED A Face rock? Help please found in nc amongst tons of artifacts...

    Hello this treasure was Found in Lincolnton north Carolina... it appears to ne a teardrop shaped face with an arrow or scar maybe over his/ her / its left eye.... im very intrigued by this piece but I have no clue I what/or who this really is? Has anything like this come abroad I'm very curious...
  6. How about these? 🤔

    Here's four more that I'd appreciate any input you have. Two of them I'm confident are the real deal, but have been wrong before. Not sure what he round stone would've been used for but was part of what my grandpa had set aside, so I included it. As always thank you to those helping me out...
  7. Stone tool with fossils/quartz?

    Could once again use some help weeding out the true artifacts from the truly just rocks. Out of the four I'm posting, only one I am fairly confident, in my limited knowledge, of being genuine is the smallest one. The one with lines thru it, I was going to post elsewhere but does have one end...
  8. Treasure or Rocks?

    I have been going through my grandpa's collection and some just look like rocks, while others look like the real deal. Then there's some that leave me scratching my head and not sure what to think. One of these that I'm posting is a flat stone in a teardrop shape with slanted sides. I wouldn't...
  9. Repaired with pine sap?

    Anxious to hear input on this one. Not sure if this is a pestle, but it sits at about 9 inches long and has a definite flat side to it. One end appears to maybe have been shaped down to a smaller point? The substance in the crack is the question I've been dying to have an answer to. This is part...
  10. Very unique arrow shaft straightener?

    This is one of the many items that are part of stone tool and arrowhead collection that my grandfather collected. This one Looks like a shaft straightener but wanted to get some opinions.
  11. Dec 18 2021 The hunt for the elusive hardstone

    The hunt for the elusive hardstone Friday evening the rain started, a steady cool rain accompanied by strong winds. There was a strong front the week prior which brought record tornadoes to the Midwest including Bowling Green KY, the hometown of my wife’s family. Very thankful we sold our...
  12. Clay Marbles or....?

    Hello, I'm wondering if anyone can help me identify what these are. I've found about 15 of them so far in my backyard in the city of Wyoming, Michigan. According to what history I could find about this area, there were Native American settlements prior to European arrival. The land behind my...
  13. First point I've found in months, could the second thing be a small scraper?

  14. Native American 3/4 grove stone axe head

    Hi there, I just acquired this axe head from one of my clients yesterday during a plumbing service call, she?s 70 y/o. She told me she owns land nearby pillager MN just north of Bemidji. She was walking through the wilderness looking for wild ferns to dig up and plant at her other home in the...
  15. More information on these two artifacts

    Found these in New Mexico around the area of the Aztec Ruins National Monument a few years back. They look like tomahawk heads. I was wondering if anyone had any input on exactly what these are or any other information. I found a bunch of arrow heads and pottery in the area as well. Thanks for...
  16. Maul This

    Possible Native American maul (left photo)? The only reason I ask is it was found in a collection with other 'actual' mauls that have grooves for hafting. Also, it does seem to have some tip wear. This is the only photo I have...
  17. Found this nice point

    Any info on type and age would be appreciated. Found in nova scotia.
  18. Looking for info

    I'm new to hobby so I don't know much, looking for any info on these two points. Found in nova scotia Thanks!
  19. Handful of other possible artifacts? please help ID'ing!

    All found in Watchung Reservation, a group of three long low ridges of volcanic origin. Have found basalt in the area. Square one is possibly that that was utilized as a tool? Any thoughts would be great! Thank you!
  20. Delaware/Lenape possible stone tool artifacts? Need help, thx!

    I know and am okay with the idea that these are just rocks weathered to look like tools, and have been told by 1-2 people that are not experts in the area but one was an expert in geology. Have a few but want to start with this one (brown) because I am convinced it was a tool with the pure...
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