Lake Erie Bifrucates

newnan man

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pickaway

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Niceuns, Bifurcates always amaze me with thier size range, I found a biff in Perry County Ohio made from Harrison county flint at about 3 ". this one pictured was found in Pickaway county, smallest biff ive found.
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dognose

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those are very nice.
the middle point looks like a Texas point to me. maybe just similar.
a larger bifurcate are not common.

those have nice symmetry, length and very good quality material.

very, very nice
 

dirstscratcher

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Niceun, i woudve sifted the whole area... great find thanks for the look...
There was way to much dirt moved to sift. I did find two caches in the same area that I sifted. One was a couple hundred pieces of black Coshocton flint that was debitage from a couple of bifaces. The other was a couple hundred pieces of gray Coshocton of small lance forms, both well finished and also preforms that had been "Killed". I nearly went crazy tying to refit both caches.
 

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