Here a couple points that I’ve not posted before

MAMucker

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These were found on a hill at a cranberry bog that was cleared of trees and then stripped of gravels until it resembled a pit. These were true rescues.
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Notice the unifacial appearance. Yet, it is worked on all sides. Unique for sure.

This one appears to be made of the same material as above, which I believe is “Sally Rock Rhyolite”, which is from a local lithic quarry that was destroyed by mining and development.
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This point is thinner than a dime. I believe it is called a Goddard in ME. There is no ID reference that I know of in MA.
 
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I like the first one. Looks like it was crafted for specific use. Hafted it would make an excellent gouging scoop.

Thanks for the share!
 

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Nice ones for sure (sandbagger). “Sally Rock Rhyolite” is my new catch phrase! :laughing7: I couldn't love that name more!
 

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I’m with Fat, I love the name...That’s gotta be one of the most delicately made points I’ve ever seen, the maker went above and beyond with that little treasure.other one’s no slouch either, probably same maker, different uses.
 

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