Any idea on type?

antmike915

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Found by me many, many years ago in Hillsborough County Florida (during my digging days). It was around 5 feet deep. It's 3 1/4 by 1 1/4. Slight under curve on the base, really thin and it's not ground (if it is it's extremely minor).

The pictures were taken indoors, it looks alot better than what's shown. Any opinions are greatly appreciated.
 

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newnan man

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That's a nice point & it is tough to type. You might call it an unfluted Clovis but the flaking seems more Stanfield. It could be a repurposed broke from a larger blade like a Stanfield. Love Florida blades!
 

Relicgrubber

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What ever type blade it is, it's a very nice one. It looks just like some of the Kinney Knifes found in Texas...
 

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