A small hill was in our yard when we bought the property in 1972. I cut the small hill off in 2006 and found this approximately 12-18 inches down.

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The shape and symmetry are amazing. How big is it? It looks like it could be a spear point of an arrowhead, depending upon size. I wonder if someone familiar with stone shaping could comment on the method used to make it. It doesn't seem to have the obvious signs of flaking. But maybe it has just been worn down.
 

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The shape and symmetry are amazing. How big is it? It looks like it could be a spear point of an arrowhead, depending upon size. I wonder if someone familiar with stone shaping could comment on the method used to make it. It doesn't seem to have the obvious signs of flaking. But maybe it has just been worn down.
 

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The shape and symmetry are amazing. How big is it? It looks like it could be a spear point of an arrowhead, depending upon size. I wonder if someone familiar with stone shaping could comment on the method used to make it. It doesn't seem to have the obvious signs of flaking. But maybe it has just been worn down.
 

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