Unplanned Hunt 10-23-21

antmike915

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Had to sneak away for a little while while visiting the in-laws. I think I rescued the point just in time. Just 1.75 inches, the flaked tool is 4.75 inches. It's been so long since I've walked my feet are hurting. Sorry the pictures aren't that great; didn't have the best background light.
 

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Older The Better

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I was thinking Thebes too, I wasn’t sure though because I’ve seen other points I would call Thebes id’d as other things like kirks or big sandys. At any rate I’m still on the look out for a point with that form, that’s a nice find
I’s the white one thick like an adze or Celt?
 
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antmike915

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Here's some more pictures of the tool, thinking flaked celt/ adze.
 

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billb

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Had to sneak away for a little while while visiting the in-laws. I think I rescued the point just in time. Just 1.75 inches, the flaked tool is 4.75 inches. It's been so long since I've walked my feet are hurting. Sorry the pictures aren't that great; didn't have the best background light.
Very nice recoveries..hopefully one day I will find one
 

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Two great finds, both beautiful! Congratulations! Thanks for posting.
 

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