Southern New England killer Nevile today!!!

Edgychris1

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Southern New England killer Poplar Island today!!!

Hi folks,

Found this killer stark today. However could be a variant of the Neville. Entirely whole no chips. One of my top points. Unreal workmanship.

Also a great quality quartz Triangle.

Thanks for the peek.
 

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Kinda looks like a stark too but never found anything but Nevilles their. Ugh maybe stark. Need to see up close for details.
 

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Very Nice! Nice rescue Chris...

Congrats!
 

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Ol Gary got around more than a traveling evangelist didnt he. Cool point.
 

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Very nice! Do you think it fits the traits of the Poplar Island type? Similar to Stark, longer stem.

GARSCALE, interesting you mention Gary. That type is dated in the same range as our Poplar Island. We just don?t have the broad blade variant.

Tough to see when wet, but would you say that material is Marblehead Rhyolite?

Good looking Quartz Squibnocket Triangle too.
 
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Very nice! Do you think it fits the traits of the Poplar Island type? Similar to Stark, longer stem.

GARSCALE, interesting you mention Gary. That type is dated in the same range as our Poplar Island. We just don?t have the broad blade variant.

Tough to see when wet, but would you say that material is Marblehead Rhyolite?

Good looking Quartz Squibnocket Triangle too.
Good points on all points. I think you may be correct. Exclude variant totally. It does have a long stem and all the Starks I have a a lot shorter stem. Almost identical profile though. Toss up between Stark and Popular Island but your observation does have me leaning to Popular Island now.

Here's a Pick of the Marbled Rhoylite.
 

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Given the choices and what info I can glean from brief research, comments & pics, I'd go with Poplar Island.
 
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I dont know how I didnt see this. Agreed Poplar Island.

Jumped the gun with excitement. Will do a days research before posting.
 
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Similar size Stark vs Poplar Island.

Yes, stems are much different
 

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