Paleo Knife 613. 6-5/8” x 2-1/2”. Ex-Museum piece. Great history! This large well-made Paleo Knife was found in Inyo County, California by a well-known early pioneer, Henry Bergman. Has heavy use-polish, typical Paleo massive percussion flake scars; made of black slate from the nearby Slate Mountain range. Displayed at the Bergman Museum in Aguanga, California from it’s inception in 1930 until it closed in 1993. The markings on it “HB M4” indicate it was found by Henry Bergman (HB) and the “M” indicates it was found in the Mojave Indian territory. Ex-Sam Massey collection. More history upon request and to the buyer! $750.
Impactite Bladelets. Paleolithic tools made of rare “impactite” or desert glass formed by meteorites impacting the desert sand. Found in Egypt. Very Rare. $40 each. #7 is sold.
Paleo Uni-Face Blade 518. 3-1/8”. Gray Hornstone with white rind on each end. Found near Savage Cave, near Adairville, in Logan County, Kentucky. $200.
Paleo Uni-Face Blade 520. 3-3/16”. Pictured in Paleo Indian Artifacts, page 254. Colorful Sonora chert in shades of Purple, Blue and Gray. Found in Webster County, Kentucky. $100.