Most Weathered Point I ever Found. Brewerton Dalton Delema

Edgychris1

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Hi folks,

Found this one way up on a bank amongst pebbles and rocks. It looks like a weathered piece of seaglass. Has the two pointed shoulders, some bassel thinning, and the two funky fest. Probubly a Brewerton...

All signs of knapping worn away. Just the profile left.

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quito

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Similar to the wear on a recent find of mine.
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DaveSmith

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The one on the right beside the silver dollar. I found it in a river about five miles from the other two. Found them in my yard. IMG_5013.JPG
 

Charl

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Vosburg and Brewerton Eared-Notched overlap in their morphology, and that point would fit either of those styles. Looks like a rhyolite, maybe Wakefield “salt and pepper” rhyolite.
 

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