A super hunt. A heartbreaker Levenna and an odd ball

Edgychris1

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Hi folks,

We've been having a lot of rain in SENE. It has helped produce some very nice points the past week. Yesterday I found this Dark Red Levenna missing a point, a argillite point, a full snappit and an odd full tan stone one.

The one that is tan stone is a wierd find for my location. Do dont know what it is.
I uploaded a pic of the Levanna from two days ago side by side with Levanna broken from yesterday. The maroon Levenna would have been amazing.

Any thoughts on tan full stone one appreciated?!

Here's some picks.
 

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Tdog

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I'd say you need to let those points dry and take some more pics afterward. It's more difficult to analyze and determine what they're made of while they're wet. They sure are good finds though. Thanks.
 

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I’d too be happy with a palm of points like that. Nice finds!
 

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A super hunt for sure!
I have an ask, if you don?t mind, please post some of them when they are dry. I love that Levanna, but the color is not coming through.
Same with the others.
I?ll guess a recovered Neville Variant on that tan one. One side looks like it went through some type of restoration.
The other Stemmed Point looks like a Lamoka made of Barrington Argillite.
I?ll say it again, you?re on some good ground. Curious if you see or feel grinding on the bottom outside edges of that small quartz triangle?
 
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Edgychris1

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Hi folks,

Sorry for wetting again lol.

MAMucker, yes its ground a bit knocking the edge of the two shoulders or ears.
 

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Some fine SENE points there Chris. Congrats.
 

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