Notched artifact thread

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A few more
 

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Her is my favorite. This was found near a small Hot Springs on a ranch in Nevada. There must have been a 100 cows walking around that area. There were tracks all over right next to this. How it kept from getting broke I will never know. Just a small chip on the tail. The workmanship on this to get such a fine needle tip and so thin is amazing to me.
 

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this notched hoe was found in 1907 by Willie Jefferson in St Clair Co Illinois, is was presented to H M Wheply, a prominent st Louis Missouri doctor.

grass use polish and use grooves can be easily seen in the bit area.

this is the best notched hoe in my collection and one of the best around. Ben Thompson tag 8738.
That is a beaut. Still don't have any in my collection. A couple of broken axes but I'm always looking.View attachment 2151167
 

Her is my favorite. This was found near a small Hot Springs on a ranch in Nevada. There must have been a 100 cows walking around that area. There were tracks all over right next to this. How it kept from getting broke I will never know. Just a small chip on the tail. The workmanship on this to get such a fine needle tip and so thin is amazing to me.
Nice; I see why that's a favorite 👍
 

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