fan bottom arrowhead and more

ealewis1

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I found a lot today, unfortunately not all in tact. That little perfect one is
The first one I found like this with the fan flared out bottom. What are these called? And the partial next to rose quartz one, do you think the partial looks like the rose quartz? All from NW Georgia. Let me know what I've found here please. IMG_20210508_123122200.jpg
 

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Missouri Breaks

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Can’t help,with ID’ing but can say those two points are fantastic.
 

Tdog

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I found a lot today, unfortunately not all in tact. That little perfect one is
The first one I found like this with the fan flared out bottom. What are these called? And the partial next to rose quartz one, do you think the partial looks like the rose quartz? All from NW Georgia. Let me know what I've found here please. View attachment 1924226

The left one with cortex still present may be an Elora - 4,800 - 4,300 Y.B.P. in age.

https://www.projectilepoints.net/Points/Elora.html
 

unclemac

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the one with cortex is a beaut!
 

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