Cameronstrause

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Can anybody tell me anything about this? Identification? Time period? All I know is it's an arrowhead... I think. image.jpg
 
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Old Pueblo

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Judging by its size and shape, probably an arrowhead. I couldnt say what time period. It could be prehistoric, or it could be more modern, but obviously still old since there hasnt been wild Indians in those parts for 200 years. The way to tell would be by diving into the local archaeology of the place and see what time period the archaeologists have attributed that style of point to.
 
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Tony in SC

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Welcome to Tnet. Try posting over on the North American Indian Artifact forum.
 

newnan man

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It's damaged and has been resharpened to a nub. That makes it more difficult to ID. Hopefully someone will be able to.
 

Older The Better

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I agree it’s been heavily worked down into a bit of an odd shape, a general location of where it was found would help.
 

WG2020

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I agree it’s been heavily worked down into a bit of an odd shape, a general location of where it was found would help.
Older the Better,

Unfortunately the original post is from 2017 and the poster was last on TNet in March 2020. Good luck with your hunts. Walt
 

Older The Better

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Older the Better,

Unfortunately the original post is from 2017 and the poster was last on TNet in March 2020. Good luck with your hunts. Walt

Shoot You’re right. People that bump up old posts always get me, I need to pay more attention to the dates they are posted.
 

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