Never found an arrowhead like this one!

ealewis1

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I've found alot of varieties of arrowheads on our farm in NW Georgia, but never one that looked like this. Does anyone have any info on it?
 

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Goldfinger450

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Total Guess here, Paleo tip, I had an ENT operation and have trouble with my memory now dang it I HAD a pretty good base of knowledge of points and artifacts, I can say look on Youtube at the creek hunters there are a few and they come up with all types and identify them. Hope that helps.
 

Tdog

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Nice score, I'm absolutely terrible at typing points but my 1st impression was a possible worn down Pickwick (been resharpened a few times, also possibly salvaged).
Yes. It was salvaged every time it got dull or broken and was sharpened again instead of throwing it away.

 

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Yes. It was salvaged every time it got dull or broken and was sharpened again instead of throwing it away.

Yep, not like they could go to the local store and buy another, almost every point that was broken was salvaged and reused if at all possible.
 

crashbandicoot

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Nice score, I'm absolutely terrible at typing points but my 1st impression was a possible worn down Pickwick (been resharpened a few times, also possibly salvaged).
That,s amazing that they could do that,resharpen or remake a damaged point! i learn something new all the time.Thank you guys.
 

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