Hardin

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A point from my grandpas collection, I’m thinking Hardin although coming from se Kansas it’s slightly out of range, any other thoughts or id’s are welcome, not publishing or anything just having fun coming up with an assessment for his collection.
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Older The Better

Older The Better

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Could that be fort payne chert also from your area? Nice piece.
I’d have to look into it, I don’t think I’ve come across that name yet, but when I search Kansas Material I get a lot of flint hills and western Kansas formations, my corner is a bit different there’s plenty of stuff I haven’t been able to Id.
 

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