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Auction Description for Morphy's: MORPHY AUCTIONS Saturday, May 17th, 2014 Auction
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MORPHY AUCTIONS Saturday, May 17th, 2014 Auction

by Morphy Auctions


190 lots with images

May 17, 2014

Live Auction

2000 North Reading Road

Denver, PA, 17517 USA

Phone: +1-717-335-3435

Fax: +1-717-336-7115

Email: morphy@morphyauctions.com

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Agate Basin Spear

Lot 1: Agate Basin Spear

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Description: Transitional Paleo. 10,500 - 8000 B.P. Henderson, Co., Illinois. Burlington chert. Very well made example of this early projectile. Thin aerodynamic, with perfect symmetry. Interesting color band erupts from one side to flow down and cover the base. Size 4 - 1/8" x 1 - ½" x 5/16".

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Pottery Bottle.

Lot 2: Pottery Bottle.

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Description: Mississippian 1100-600 B.P. Shell Tempered Pottery. A large Crosono swirl bottle with flared neck, decorated in the rare "red on buff" style. Typical neck use wear which has worn away part of the painted "stair step" design. This bottle is solid. Several chips on the flared base with a 1" spot of obvious old repair on the base. Size H. 11 - 1/2" x 7 - 1/2" Dia.

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Three Quarter Groove Axe.

Lot 3: Three Quarter Groove Axe.

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Description: Archaic 7000 - 6000 B.P. Boone Co., Iowa. Speckled granite. Classic example of an Iowa square axe. With a well-polished and defined groove. Bit has several chips and general wear. Size 4 - 3/4" x 2" x 1 - 1/2".

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Caddo

Lot 4: Caddo "Bailey" Bowl.

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Description: 800 - 600 B.P. Caddo pottery executed in the "Bailey" style exhibit some of the most delicate and thin walled vessels made in prehistoric America. This fine bowl goes beyond the normal quality, as it features the famous Bailey engraving over almost all of it's entire outer surface. This exotic decoration suggests that this bowl had a ritualistic function. Size H. 2 - 3/4" x 5 - 1/4" Dia.

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Apple Creek Point.

Lot 5: Apple Creek Point.

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Description: Late Woodland 1,700 - 1,500 B.P. Clark Co., Missouri. Pink Burlington chert. Very thinly made from a beautiful pink material. Size L. 3 - 3/4" x W. 1 - 1/4" x TH. 1/4".

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Mississippian Era Chisel.

Lot 6: Mississippian Era Chisel.

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Description: 1300 - 400 B.P. Hardin Co., Tennessee. Camden chert. This tool retains an ancient organic polish, Probably from wood working. Size L. 6 - 7/8" x W. 2 - 1/4" x TH. 3/4".

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Pendant.

Lot 7: Pendant.

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Description: Cameron Parks collection. Allen Co., Indiana. Slate, rough. Size 3 - 1/8".

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Sedalia Point.

Lot 8: Sedalia Point.

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Description: Mid-late archaic. 5,000-3,000 B.P. Pike County, Illinois. Avon chert. Blue speckles swirl through this beautiful example of patinated Avon chert. Nice balance and sharp tip highlight this spear. Size L. 5 - 3/4" x W. 1 - 1/2" x H. 1/2".

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Notch Based Dovetail Point.

Lot 9: Notch Based Dovetail Point.

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Description: Early Archaic 10,000 - 7,000 B.P. Butler Co., Missouri. Chocolate Hornstone with cream banding. Notched base dovetails represent one of the rarest varieties in this point style. This point features a wide ground base with a well formed notch. The exotic chocolate color is accented by creamy circular nodular banding. Size L. 4 - 3/4" x W. 2"

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Side Notch Point.

Lot 10: Side Notch Point.

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Description: Early Archaic 10000 - 8000 B.P. Found near Joplin, Missouri. Burlington chert. From the Marion Dickson Collection, one of the early founders of the famous Dickson Mounds complex in Central Illinois. Broad base and large notches suggest this point has been worked down from a much larger blade. Size 4 - 1/2" x 2" x 7/16".

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Bifacial Blade.

Lot 11: Bifacial Blade.

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Description: Paleo/ Archaic 10,000 - 7,000 B.P. Found near Alya, Crook County Wyoming. Spanish Diggings Quartzite. Gargantuan percussion flakes dip into the center of this huge biface, making the center thinner than the edges. A true testament to the incredible skill of the ancient artisan. Blades like this were manufactured at ancient quarries, like Spanish Diggings, for transport to outlying trade centers. Size L. 7 - 1/2" x W. 4 1/2".

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Cobbs Knife.

Lot 12: Cobbs Knife.

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Description: Early Archaic 9000 - 6000 B.P. Pike Co., Illinois. Burlington Chert. Heavily patinated Burlington chert knife, featuring a nicely worked, bulbous, rounded base. Size L. 5 - 13/16" x W. 2 - 1/8".

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Dickson Spear.

Lot 13: Dickson Spear.

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Description: 2500 - 1600 B.P. Woodland. Anglum, Missouri. Heat treated Boone Co., Chert. A monumental example made glossy and colorful from ancient heat treating of the preform.. Dickson's over 7 inches are quite rare, especially when they are pristine, like this one. Size L. 7 - 1/8".

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Smith Blade.

Lot 14: Smith Blade.

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Description: Archaic period 7000 - 4000 B.P. St. Clair Co., Wo. This is one of the largest perfect Smith Blades on record. Made of patinated Burlington chert, it features perfectly balanced notches and ears as well as a nicely sharpened tip. This blade has remarkable balance and symmetry considering its huge size. This blade is Museum Grade Quality. Size L. 5 - 1/2" x W. 2 - 3/8" x TH. 5/16".

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Lavenna Blade.

Lot 15: Lavenna Blade.

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Description: Woodland Mississippian. B.P. Found near Shillington, Berks County, Pennsylvania. Pennsylvania Jasper. This is a large example of this transitional form. Beautiful cortextural colors are visible on one side. Well flaked with a small chip on basal edge. Size L. 2 - 1/2" x W. 1 - 3/4" x TH. 4mm.

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Gorget.

Lot 16: Gorget.

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Description: Cameron Parks Collection. Kalamazoo Co., Missouri. Slate, damaged on two corners. Size 3 - 3/4".

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Lot of 3: Hardstone Celts.

Lot 17: Lot of 3: Hardstone Celts.

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Description: Woodland 3000 -13000 B.P. Green hard stone in the granite family. All three exhibit remnants of pecking and grinding as well as polished spots along the bit surfaces. Size Longest: 5" x 2 - 1/2".

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Angostura Point.

Lot 18: Angostura Point.

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Description: Early to Middle Archaic 8,800 - 7,500 B.P. Lewis Co., Missouri. Boone Co., chert. Gorgeous shades of purple swirl throughout this outstanding example of Boone Co., chert. This skillfully chipped projectile features fantastic parallel flaking on one side, highlighted by several basal thinning strikes. Rare to see on this point type. Size L. 3 - 15/16" x W. 1 - 1/4" x TH. 5/16".

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Pottery Bottle.

Lot 19: Pottery Bottle.

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Description: Caddo Culture 1100-600 B.P. A solid bottle featuring a wonderful Haley engraving style. Several chips on rim. Size H. 8 - 3/4" x 5 - 3/4" Dia.

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Disk Pipe.

Lot 20: Disk Pipe.

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Description: Woodland 3,000 - 1,300 B.P. Old label says found in Mill Cook County, South Dakota. When Catlinite gets smoked through the years the color washes out to a lighter orange hue. As evidenced by the color surrounding this bowl. Features include a tally marked end and a drilled hole, perhaps for suspension. Size L. 4 - 1/2" x W. 2 - 38/40" x TH. 5mm

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Human

Lot 21: Human "Rattlehead" Pottery Bowl.

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Description: Mississippian 1000 - 6000 B.P. Likely origin Arkansas. Inside the massive head on this bowl are small pellets placed there by the ancient maker. The true function of these pellets is unknown, but the intention seems to be to provide noise, by rattling, perhaps during ceremony. Because of ground shifting and movement over the last 1000 years, large pottery vessels like this are almost always damaged. The head of this vessel has been reattached to the bowl and professionally restored. Restoration can be seen on the back of the head and covering a 4" section of the bowl rim. Size H. 5 - 1/2" x L. 4" x 7" Dia.

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Dovetail St. Charles.

Lot 22: Dovetail St. Charles.

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Description: Early Archaic 9,500 - 8,000 B.P. Tama Co., Iowa. Burlington chert. Nicely ground base and well balanced notches. Overall excellent condition. Size L. 4 - 1/8" x W. 1 -7/16" x TH. 5/16".

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Angostura Point.

Lot 23: Angostura Point.

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Description: Early - middle Archaic 8800 - 7500 B.P. Likely origin Iowa. Burlington chert. Exceptional workmanship on this early projectile. Thin cross section, with a tiny chip on one ear and on one basal side. Size 3 - 5/8" x 1" x 1/4".

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Pendant.

Lot 24: Pendant.

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Description: Cameron Parks collection. DeKalb Co., Indiana. Slate, rough. Size 4 - 3/4".

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Green Steatite Obtuse Angle Pipe.

Lot 25: Green Steatite Obtuse Angle Pipe.

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Description: Late Woodland 2000 - 1300 B.P. Wythe Co., Virginia. Many years of smoking and polishing have given the original green steatite a beautiful dark, rich patina. The bowl of this pipe is exceptionally deep, and features a prominent 1/4" flared lip. The stem terminates with a flaring round button tip. Size L. 3 - 1/2" x 3 - 1/2" x 3/2" Dia.

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Green Steatite Angle Pipe.

Lot 26: Green Steatite Angle Pipe.

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Description: Proto-Historic period 600 - 500. B.P. Montgomery Co., Alabama. This pipe retains an exquisitely polished finish that time and use have turned almost black. An unusual "chin" protrudes from the lower front of the pipe. The pipe stem is rounded, and terminates with a flared tab on top containing a drilled hole which was, no doubt, used for suspension. This drilled steam tab is known as a "gunsite" tab because early native pipe makers were so enthralled by the end of a smoking gun barrel that they carved their pipes to mimic the phenomena, including the gun site. Size L. 2" x H. 2 - 1/2".

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Green Steatite Angle Pipe.

Lot 27: Green Steatite Angle Pipe.

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Description: Historic period 400 - 300 B.P. Montgomery Co., Alabama. This late pipe has evolved into a square stem style which still retains heavy patina near the end. The stem continues to feature a drilled "gunsite" suspension tab, however, it has become much more delineated as pipe styles evolved. Size L. 2" x 1" Dia.

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Golden Steatite Mic-Mac Pipe.

Lot 28: Golden Steatite Mic-Mac Pipe.

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Description: Historic 300 - 200 B.P. Likely origin Wisconsin. Made of an unusual brown Steatite which contains a "gold dust" like mineral within the matrix that glitters in light. The keeled, scalloped handled bar is well delineated as is the expanded and decorated bowl. There is a 1" scrape on the bowl and a 2 - 1/2" scrape on the lower bar. Size H. 3" x L. 2".

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Pipe.

Lot 29: Pipe.

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Description: Historic Period. 500 - 400 B.P. Greenstone, that has aged to Gray. This time period is not normally included in the prehistoric offerings, but the outstanding craftsmanship exhibited in this work of art transcends time boundaries. Featuring Incredible facial detail that includes cheek bone and eyebrow ridge. The eyes appear to be inset with lead or pewter which would have probably been inset again with glass eyes. A delicate raised ridge has been crafted to run along the top of the pipe stem. The pipe has been broken along the stem and glued back together, but the material is so fine grained that the break is almost invisible. A true Museum Grade artifact.

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Speckled Quartz Saddleback Bannerstone.

Lot 30: Speckled Quartz Saddleback Bannerstone.

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Description: Mid to late Archaic 7500-3000 B.P. Buzzard roost site, Perry County, Indiana An elegantly made Bannerstone, with the classic curved "saddleback" face, terminating in protruding "knobs" that are the beginning of the Banner style that eventually became the hooked style. Made of a beautiful granite which is composed of candy-like chunks of yellow, brown, cream and black within the matrix. Two small patches have been made to this banner, which can be easily seen in the photos. One is a tiny patch on the saddleface ridge, near the top. The other is located along the top edge, and appears as a small dark yellow patch. Two light scrapes can be seen across the back of the Banner. Size H. 3 - 1/2" x W. 3 -1/4" x TH. 1 -15/16"

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Boatstone.

Lot 31: Boatstone.

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Description: Woodland 3,000 - 1,300 B.P. Found near Lake Enid, Pittsburgh County, Oklahoma. Clay stone. Wall thickness 5mm. Made of a green/gray clay stone with soft white cloud passages, this boatstone features an engraved line running from one hole, over the top, to the other hole,, perhaps to facilitate hafting of some sort. A very carefully beveled and polished inner "lip' adds to the mystery of these precision made objects. Size L. 1 - 7/8" x W. 3 - 5/8"

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Clarksville Style Mottled Quartz Bannerstone.

Lot 32: Clarksville Style Mottled Quartz Bannerstone.

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Description: Middle to late Archaic 7500 - 3000 B.P. Harrison Co., Indiana. Green-white mottled quartz. Found on the famous "overflow pond" site in Harrison Co., Indiana. This style is one of three which compose the unique "three atlatl mortuary cache" known to occur in this area. This banner retains an exquisite finish and is made of a mottled quartz that is usually chosen for this style. Size H. 2 - 1/4" x W. 1 - 3/4" x TH. 7/8".

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Ross Blade.

Lot 33: Ross Blade.

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Description: Woodland period. Hopewell phase 2000 - 1500 B.P. The Hopewell people are well known for their ability to obtain exotic trade goods from far away places. Kaolin flint, which outcrops in Southern Illinois, is one of the most exotic flints obtainable. The finest flint specimens from this source would have been reserved to trade up to the hands of a master craftsman.The craftsman who made this Ross Blade Masterpiece used an incredibly rare specimen of "translucent sunset orange" Kaolin flint. The artist was able to capture and reflect the warm "gemstone" glow radiating from within the material, which made it so desirable that it was placed among the top ritual regalia of the most elite Hopewellians.This Ross Blade is likely the most beautiful, and one of the largest examples in private hands. Folklore has grown around this famous Blade, and it has been called "The Survivor". Legend has it that this Blade traveled all the way to Utah, where it was found during the restoration of an antique Truck. The Blade had been wrapped in a shirt and hidden in a door panel of the Truck. After all those years hidden out West in a junk field, the Blade found it's way back to it's probable homeland in Illinois, only to be one of the few things to survive a massive house fire. This Blade has a will of it's own, and it wants to Survive. That's why it's known as "The Survivor". Size L. 8 - 1/8"

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Three Quarter Groove Axe.

Lot 34: Three Quarter Groove Axe.

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Description: Archaic 7000-6000 B.P. Hamilton Co., Iowa. Speckled granite. This axe has wonderful definition, especially around the deeply grooved hafting area. The bit is nicely symmetrical and undamaged. Slight wear to the lower basal area with a small rough spot. Found by Steve Kelly near the mouth of the Des Moines River. Size 5" x 2 - 1/2" x 1 - 7/10".

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Gorget.

Lot 35: Gorget.

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Description: Cameron Parks collection. DeKalb Co., Indiana. Slate, rough. Parks No.81. Size 4 - 5/8".

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Oval Gorget.

Lot 36: Oval Gorget.

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Description: Cameron Parks collection. Williams Co., Ohio. Slate Parks No.587. Size 3 - 3/8".

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Gorget.

Lot 37: Gorget.

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Description: Cameron Parks collection. Grant Co., Indiana. Slate, engraved, rough. Size 4 - 1/4".

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Lot of 200+ Arrowheads.

Lot 38: Lot of 200+ Arrowheads.

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Description: Mostly Archaic and Woodland time periods. From a Pennsylvania collection. Containing numerous pieces of mostly field grade arrowheads along with a pewter inlaid historic pipe and various other objects. Size 2 ft. x 4 ft. Frame.

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Transitional Snyders/Ross Blade.

Lot 39: Transitional Snyders/Ross Blade.

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Description: Woodland "Hopewell" phase. 2500 - 1500 B.P. Washington Co., Illinois. Heat treated Burlington chert. Heat treated to a beautiful glossy soft, pink, huge percussion flake scars attest to the skill of the Hopewell artisan who thinned this blade down to less than 1/2" thick, while maintaining an almost 3" width. The blade shape and notches reflect the Snyders Association, however the basal edge has been carefully refined in the "crown point" style of a Ross blade. A very unique feature. This is an extremely rare transitional point style. Several chips are along the blade edges. Size 5 - 5/8" x 2 - 13/16" x 3/8".

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Lot of Assorted Arrowheads.

Lot 40: Lot of Assorted Arrowheads.

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Description: Typical Pennsylvania Chert and rhyolite. Gold colored wood frame containing 76 field grade arrowheads. Size 26" x 20".

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Lot 41: The "Parks" Porphyry Popeye Birdstone.

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Description: 3500 - 2500 B.P. DeKalb Co., Indiana. In his epic 1959 book "Birdstones of the North American Indian", pages 382 - 383, Earl had this to say about the Parks bird - "Beautiful and unique pale blue matrix with cream colored spots." This exceptionally fine specimen was found in October, 1950, on the Floyd Meyers Farm near Butler by Wellington Young while picking up potatoes behind a potato digger. It is shown at color plate IV. The ridge treatment differs considerably from that of figure A, the rear ridge being much larger than the front one. Note the rare, upturned tail similar to that noted on the slate specimen at figure C., of plate 174. It also has the undercut jaw and pointed beak. In a second entry in the book Earl adds: "This rare specimen of porphyry with an unusual bluish cast possesses a poise and style all its own." Over the years the Parks bird was given the moniker "blue" because of its unique color. One of the rarest features of "blue" is the fact that Earl Townsend could never buy it from Parks! Perhaps it was because, once held in the hand, the incredible balance, symmetry and perfect proportions of 'blue" create such a desire to possess that even Earl Townsend's money could not pry it away from Parks. This is the first time since it's 1950 discovery that the Parks birdstone will be offered for public sale. Size L. 4" x W. 7/8" x H. 1 - 5/8"

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Lot of Assorted Arrowheads.

Lot 42: Lot of Assorted Arrowheads.

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Description: Probably Pennsylvania area origin. Various cherts and materials. Gold colored frame containing 55 field grade arrowheads. Size 14" x 16".

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Dover Chert Chisel.

Lot 43: Dover Chert Chisel.

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Description: 1300 - 400 B.P. Hardin County, Tennessee. Mississippian flat bellied Chisel. This wood working tool shows polish and silica sheen from being used with wood and other organic substances. Size L. 7" x W. 2 - 1/2" x TH. 13/16".

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Hardin Point.

Lot 44: Hardin Point.

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Description: Early Archaic 9000 - 6000 B.P. Stark Co., Illinois. Fern Glen Chert. Made of a beautiful purple chert. Nice basal definition with keen ears and fine edge work. Size L. 2 - 9/16" x W. 1 - 1/16" x TH. 5/16".

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Translucent Sugar Quartz Clovis Point.

Lot 45: Translucent Sugar Quartz Clovis Point.

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Description: Early Paleo. 11500 - 10000 B.P. Fulton Co., Illinois. The gorgeous translucent caramel color of this Covis has been accented by nature with a patch of pure white which forms the tip. The magnificent "white tip" on this point was no accident. It's ancient maker carefully planned "white tip" and in the process created what is likely the most colorful sugar quartz Clovis known. Found by Ronald Beaird near the Buckhart Township, Fulton Co., Illinois. This Clovis has been cast by and is featured on the Paleo poster of Pete Bostrum, Lithic Casting Lab, Troy, Illinois. The "Bostrum Blessing" is given only to the finest of specimens. Size H. 4 - 1/4" x W. 1 - 1/8" x TH. 3/8".

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Angostura Point.

Lot 46: Angostura Point.

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Description: Early to middle Archaic 8800 - 7500 B.P. Lewis Co., Missouri. Burlington chert. Classic example of the type made of clean white Burlington. Excellent condition with nice edge work all the way around. Size L. 4 - 1/8" x W. 1 - 7/16" x TH. 3/16"

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Dalton Spear.

Lot 47: Dalton Spear.

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Description: Early Archaic 10,000 - 7000 B.P. Boone Co., Missouri. Burlington Chert. Well patinated example with heavily ground base and well-formed ears. Nice bevel on both sides ending in a well-made tip. Basal thinning strike on one side. Size L. 4 - 1/2" x W. 1 - 1/4" x TH. 5/16".

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Pendant.

Lot 48: Pendant.

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Description: Cameron Parks collection. Coshocton Co., Ohio. Slate, salvaged. Size 2".

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Dalton Spear.

Lot 49: Dalton Spear.

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Description: Early Archaic 10,000 - 7,000 B.P. Howard Co., Missouri. Burlington chert. Featuring a beautiful round base with multiple basal thinning strikes that are almost deep enough to be considered fluting. This spear is well balanced with a sharp tip. Size L. 5 - 5/8" x W. 1 - 5/8" x TH. 5/16".

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Agate Basin Point.

Lot 50: Agate Basin Point.

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Description: Transitional Paleo/ Early Archaic 10,500 - 8000 B.P. Burlington chert. Thin and aerodynamic, this projectile is the ultimate in hunting efficiency. Featuring fine edge work and a nicely ground base. Size L. 4" x W. 15/16" x TH. 5/16".

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