✅ SOLVED Quartz Base

wandrews

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May 30, 2011
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White's Di Pro 5900
Happy Monday Everyone, I surface collected the base shown in the attachment while detecting along a row of recently planted pines. It was so clear that I thought it was a piece of glass at first. The break on the top appears as if it might be relatively recent, so I plan to return and see if the tip is nearby. I am hoping someone on this forum might be able to suggest what type of point it would have been. Thank you.
 

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Older The Better

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Apr 24, 2017
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I haven’t looked deeper but off the top of my head I don’t think I’ve ever seen a paleo point made of quartz, otherwise it screams paleo to me, it almost looks like a dalton variety but they didn’t clean up the top of that bell shape in the base. Very interesting find hopefully you find the tip
 

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