Lance plate point identification?

MOGARDE

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Hello,

This is the first point of this type that we have found and are hoping to get some help in identifying. It was found in Central Missouri. It is 3 1/4” long by 1” wide. Any help is appreciated.
 

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MOGARDE

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Hello,

This is the first point of this type that we have found and are hoping to get some help in identifying. It was found in Central Missouri. It is 3 1/4” long by 1” wide. Any help is appreciated.
 
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GoldieLocks

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It looks to have a lot of mineral content. So it is likely for decoration only and is too frail and will easily chip off if used.
 
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Looks potentially paleo, I don’t see a flute and I don’t really see ears or the bell shape like a dalton I’d go angostura.
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…. Or wadlow
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MOGARDE

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Looks potentially paleo, I don’t see a flute and I don’t really see ears or the bell shape like a dalton I’d go angostura. View attachment 2025643
…. Or wadlow
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Looks potentially paleo, I don’t see a flute and I don’t really see ears or the bell shape like a dalton I’d go angostura. View attachment 2025643
…. Or wadlow
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Thank You. We were leaning toward a Wadlow and were looking for confirmation for that being what it was. We've never found any Paleo in the area where we found this so Wadlow would fit the time.
 
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Older The Better

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I’d lean wadlow too, the more I think about it, the flaking is a bit rough for your average paleo and it’s not the highest quality material.
 
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