Native American artifacts from Oklahoma, but what are they?

rosaroca

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Estate sale finds. The largest is 7 3/4" long and extremely heavy. Second picture is possibly a hammer stone? It is 6 1/2" long. Any help is greatly appreciated! 3.00 axe hand.jpg 1.00 hammer hand.jpg
 

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Hope you didn't pay much.... Pictures posted so far don't support them being artifacts..
 

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No I paid next to nothing for them. So you think these are just rocks? Here are a couple more that I bought at the same sale.
.50 celt hand.jpg 1.00 celt hand.jpg
 

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Okay. Thanks so much. They'll look great in the rock garden. LOL
 

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i say just raw worked rocks maybe at one time they were going to use them for something bu never finished .
 

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the last couple of pics look like a slight possibility of stone meteorites, but I don't see any signs of them being artifacts of any kind
 

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ONE MANS ROCK IS ANOTHER MANS TREASURE ...
 

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