iliveinahole

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Included are a couple of my favorites. If the bowl and the 9 1/2 inch long pestle is not authentic, than I will eat both of them and never attempt to ID any stone tool again. I believe the smallest one is a shaft straightener? The other long one was broken at the bottom and am unsure on that one.
Now it's your turn, fire away! Any help or information is appreciated 👍
 

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iliveinahole

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... I love them all, fakers never offer up a broken artifacts. Your collection makes me proud because I can reflect on my grand parents and what they thought was special enough to pass on to me and mine...
Thank you and couldn't agree more. For that reason alone makes them all priceless to me.
 
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Very nice. Do you have access to the same areas your grandpa saved these artifacts from?
 
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Very nice. Do you have access to the same areas your grandpa saved these artifacts from?
Thanks, I could look at them all day if I had the time. It's such an awesome feeling holding them and imagining a time that might as well have been on another planet for how different the world is now.
As far as still having access; I do, but only a small fraction of what he had back then.
 

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very nice relics.

I especially like the large pestle and bowl. great age patina on it, good use wear. No implement damage.


You grandfather found these or simply found on his land? It would be worth checking that area out more.
 
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Included are a couple of my favorites. If the bowl and the 9 1/2 inch long pestle is not authentic, than I will eat both of them and never attempt to ID any stone tool again. I believe the smallest one is a shaft straightener? The other long one was broken at the bottom and am unsure on that one.
Now it's your turn, fire away! Any help or information is appreciated 👍
Fat you never sease to AMAZE ME 111 Nice comments and thanks for pointing out the Fakes 11
 
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Fat I would also like to say this forum is lucky to have people with knowledge such as your self to be members
 
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very nice relics.

I especially like the large pestle and bowl. great age patina on it, good use wear. No implement damage.


You grandfather found these or simply found on his land? It would be worth checking that area out more.
He found all of them on his land and I absolutely can't wait to look for more. Trying to learn as much as possible before I do.
 

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