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B.P. Means Before Present (the actual age of the artifact)

By Pre-European contact, I mean before Europeans arrived in 1492ish

ITEM # SIZE in inches DESCRIPTION, APPROX. AGE PRICE US$ PHOTO
#2177 3 1/4" x 2 1/2" Stone axe head, 3/4 grooved, graphite and green color, Pre-European contact, grooved axes are thought to be early, Native American, collection history to Illinois $250.00
#1118 4 1/2" x 3" Stone axe head, 3/4 grooved, Pre-European contact, but grooved axes are thought to be earlier, Native American, greater Southeast US $295.00
#10-AX 6" x 3 1/4" A stone axe head, Elk River Valley, Charleston WV, Pre-European contact, Native American $295.00
#1116 4" x 2 1/2" Stone axe head, Pre-European contact, Native American, greater Southeast US, red color $125.00
#1115 3 1/2" x 2" Stone axe head, Pre-European contact, but probably not earlier than the Woodland Period, Native American, greater Southeast US, banded slate $95.00
#12016 4" x 2 1/4" Stone axe head or hand maul, Pre-European contact, Native American, Middle Georgia, US, creamy white $55.00
#2111 3 1/2" x 1 1/2" A thin stone adze, probably a wood working tool, gray-green stone, Pre-European contact, Native American, family collection history in Upstate New York, Ticonderoga, La Chute river valley $65.00
#GLN6 6" x 2 1/2" A thin stone adze, probably a wood working tool or digging tool, Pre-European contact, Native American, North Georgia $195.00
#GLN8 7" x 4" A large stone celt or hoe, Pre-European contact, Native American, North Georgia $295.00
#GLN15 7" x 3" A large stone celt or hoe, Pre-European contact, Native American, North Georgia $295.00
#GLN9 7 1/2" x 2" A stone hand maul or root digger in a thin trapezoidal shape, Pre-European contact, Native American, North Georgia $145.00
#12006 9" x 2 1/2" A Stone hand Maul, used as a grinder or hammer, I like the term "Potato Masher", North Georgia, Pre-European contact, Native American $98.00
#1112 3" x 1 3/4" A small stone celt, (stone axe), ground and smoothed, Native American, Pre-European contact, but not likely prior to the Woodland Period, greater Southeast United States $49.00
#1113 3" x 1 3/4" A small stone celt, (stone axe), ground and smoothed, Native American, Pre-European contact, but probably not earlier than the Woodland Period, greater Southeast United States $55.00
#2179 3 1/2" x 1 1/2" A small stone celt, Pre-European contact, but probably not earlier than the Woodland Period, Native American, greater Southeast US $55.00
#2180 3 1/2" x 1 1/2" A small stone celt, (stone axe), ground and smoothed, Native American, Pre-European contact, but probably not earlier than the Woodland Period, greater Southeast United States $55.00
#2181 3" x 2 1/2" A small thin stone celt / adze, Pre-European contact, but probably not earlier than the Woodland Period,  Native American, greater Southeast US $65.00
#2116 2 1/2" x 2" a stone Hammerhead, 3/4 grooved, Pre-European contact, Native American, greater Southeast US/Ohio $85.00
#2184 7 1/2" x 2 3/4" Granite roller pestle, Pre-European contact, Native American, North Georgia, USA $95.00
#2192 3 3/4" x 2 1/4" A stone hand maul or large stemmed scraper, Pre-European contact, Native American $75.00
#12024N 2" x 1 1/2" A ground sandstone plummet, multiple grooves, the top of the reverse side is ground, probably to assist in attachment, Pre-European contact, Native American, South Georgia, USA $85.00
#12023Q 2 5/8" x 1 3/4" A Banded Slate Pendant, ground around the edges exposing the banded color, leaving the natural rind in the center, the back is all smooth natural rind, but grooved at the top to help with attachment, most likely dates to the Woodland to Mississippian Periods, ca.3000 - 500 B.P., South Georgia $85.00
#12023R 1 5/8" x 1 1/8" A ground stone pendant in a teardrop shape that resembles a small celt, thinned and grooved along the top of the flat back, this would help in attaching the pendent, likely dates to the Woodland to Mississippian Periods, ca.3000 - 500 B.P., South Georgia $45.00
#12024M 2 3/8" A drilled stone pendant, gray chert, there is a little shell fossil exposed when the chert was chipped, something like that would have been very mysterious to people who did not know about fossils, likely dates to the Woodland to Mississippian Periods, ca.3000 - 500 B.P., North Florida $65.00
#GLN26 1 1/8" x 1" A drilled stone pendant made from a quarts pebble, black asphaltum residue shows that not only was it strung, but also needed to be secured as well, likely dates to the Woodland to Mississippian Periods, ca.3000 - 500 B.P., North Georgia $65.00
#10248 3" to 3 1/2 " Stone discoidals or Chunky stones,  hard quartzite stone, pecked and ground with a dimple on each face, the Chunky game was a test of skill, the stone was rolled along the ground, and men would shoot arrows at it to see who was the better archer, Native American, Eastern Tennessee, most likely dates to the Late Woodland or Mississippian Period, ca. AD 500 - 1500, larger photos $98.00 each
#9166B 3 3/4" x 2 1/2" A Bolo Stone or Egg Stone, no one knows what these egg shaped stones were used for, but they are thought to be part of the Paleo-Indian tool kit, and do not seem to be made any longer by the Archaic Period,  this one is from Eastern Tennessee, and like others I have seen, it is dimpled on both ends, and has 3 smoothed areas from grinding, likely dates before 9000 BP $85.00
#ED27 1 1/2" An oval grooved stone, either a net weight or an Atlatl weight, granular quartzite sand stone with a heave crystalline content that sparkles in the sun, Native American, Pre-European contact, North Georgia $85.00
#1120E 2 1/2" A stemmed point with a graver tip, the tip would be handy for carving bone or shell, Pre-European contact, Native American, greater Southeast US $24.00
#2174S 2 1/4" A stone point with a graver tip, handy for carving bone or shell, milky whit quartz, Pre-European contact, Native American, greater Southeast US $18.00
#1120K 2 3/8" x 1 1/2" A hefty chisel/file with a side notch base, possibly an exhausted Big Sandy Point or Meadowood Point ?, greater Southeast US, likely dates are Archaic into the Woodland Period, ca. 7000 - 4000 B.P. $29.00
#2110A 1 1/2" A small stone drill, small ones like this may also have been used as pins, Pre-European contact, Native American, family collection history in Upstate New York, Ticonderoga, La Chute river valley $14.00
#9072B 1 3/4" A thin "Pencil" Drill/Knife made of chert, Pre-European contact, Native American, Greater Southeast US, the lighter discoloration at the base is probably evidence of hafting $14.00
#2174B 2 1/2" x 5/8" A thin "Pencil" Drill/Knife made of black chert, Pre-European contact, Native American, Greater Southeast US into the Midwest, chipped $18.00
#9167N 2 3/16" x 11/16" Stone drill/spike, mottled red and gray chert, Native American, Pre-European contact, Greater Southeast US $18.00
#9167J 1 15/16" x 6/8" Stone Drill / Spike, dark charcoal glassy chert with a white vein at the tip, Native American, Pre-European contact, Greater Southeast US $18.00
#2176B   A small stone micro-tool, a micro thumbnail scraper, Pre-European contact, Native American, greater Southeast US $9.00
#2176C   A small stone micro-tool, a micro hafted stone scraper, Pre-European contact, Native American, greater Southeast US $9.00
#2176F   A small stone micro-tool, a micro graver, great for tattooing or perforation, Pre-European contact, Native American, greater Southeast US $9.00
#2106G 1" x 1" A stone micro-tool with a graver tip, could be used for perforating or tattooing, Pre-European contact, Native American, greater Southeast US $9.00
#2176A   A small stone micro-tool, a micro hafted scraper with a disproportionately long stem, Pre-European contact, Native American, greater Southeast US $12.00
#2115J 1 1/2" x 1" A small stone tool called a sizer, probably used in basketry, the curved notch would help to prepare the plant materials so that they would be of uniform size, the tip on the end would be used as an awl to pierce the foundation for coiling, Pre-European, Native American, greater Southeast/Ohio $12.00
#12024Q   A small stone micro-tool, a thin oval "thumbnail" scraper, serrated, Pre-European contact, Native American, North Florida $9.00
#2106H   A small stone micro-tool, hafted mico-scraper with a snapped base, Pre-European contact, Native American, greater Southeast US $9.00
#2105A   A small stone micro-tool, a micro-knife, or miniature triangular point, Pre-European contact, Native American, greater Southeast US $9.00
#2105B   A small stone micro-tool, a micro knife, or miniature triangular point, Pre-European contact, Native American, greater Southeast US, chipped $6.00
#3120NN   A small stone micro-tool, a beautiful bifacially worked and serrated side tang knife, milky white quartz, Pre-European contact, Native American, SE Alabama or adjacent areas $9.00
#12024B   A small stone micro-tool, a micro-knife or miniature triangular point, Pre-European contact, Native American, greater Southeast US $9.00
#2105C   A small stone micro-tool, a micro-drill or miniature triangular point, Pre-European contact, Native American, greater Southeast US, chipped $6.00
#2176G 1 1/2" A stone micro-tool, we'll call this one a stemmed Spike, Pre-European contact, Native American, greater Southeast US $12.00
#6150A 1 6/8" x 7/8" A stone drill with a bifurcated base, probably a Limeton Bifurcate Point or Russell Cave Point in drill form, likely dates to the Early Archaic Period, ca. 9000 - 6000 B.P., the lighter patination for a little more than half of the point suggests the hafting area, exposing the perforator tip $16.00
#9167P 1 9/16" x 1" A small stone drill / perforator, the discoloration at the base may be evidence of hafting, Pre-European contact, Native American, greater Southeast, a handy tool for perforating hide $16.00
#2115K 1 1/4" A small stone drill / perforator, Pre-European contact, Native American, greater Southeast/Ohio, a handy tool for tattooing $12.00
#3125A 7/8" x 1 1/4" This pentagonal point is probably a Pee Dee Point in drill form, likely dates to the Late Woodland to Mississippian Period, ca. 1500 - 1000 B.P., North Georgia near the North Carolina line $12.00
#2176D 1 1/4" A small stone drill / perforator, the discoloration at the base may be evidence of hafting, Pre-European contact, Native American, greater Southeast, a handy tool for tattooing $12.00
#9072H 1 1/4" x 3/4" A small stone drill / perforator, the discoloration at the base may be evidence of hafting, Pre-European contact, Native American, greater Southeast, a handy tool for tattooing $12.00
#2106N   A small stone micro-tool, a micro-drill or graver, great for tattooing, Pre-European contact, Native American, greater Southeast US $9.00
#2107 1 1/2" x 1 1/2" A small crescent knife, a Pipe Creek, Sizer, or Spokeshave, creamy white chert, Pre-European contact, Native American, chipped $14.00
#4005A 1" Quartz arrowhead that has been converted into a scraper, Native American, probably a reworked Hardaway Point, likely dates to the Early Archaic Period, ca. 9500 - 8000 B.P., Southeast US $18.00
#2110D 1 1/2" x 1 1/2" A stemmed blunt or stunner, Pre-European contact, Native American, family collection history in Upstate New York, Ticonderoga, La Chute river valley $12.00
#3120X 2 1/8" x 1 5/8" An Adena blunt or stunner with a lovely "Turkeytail", anciently chipped, likely dates to late Archaic to Woodland period, ca. 3000 - 1200 B.P., SE Alabama or adjacent areas $14.00
#9167Z 1 3/4" x 1 1/4" An Adena blunt or stunner with a lovely "Beaver-tail", anciently chipped, likely dates to late Archaic to Woodland period, ca. 3000 - 1200 B.P., Southeast US $14.00
#3125L 1 1/8" x 1 1/8" A stemmed blunt/scraper, hafted, the straight top edge is steeply beveled on one side to produce a scraping surface, Native American, Pre-European contact, I suspect this would be a must have tool when working animal hide,  North Georgia $14.00
#12009C 1 3/8" x 1 5/8" A stemmed blunt/scraper, hafted, the straight top edge is steeply beveled on one side to produce a scraping surface, silky black chert, I suspect this would be a must have tool when working animal hide, Southeast US $14.00
#2106W 1 1/2" x 1 1/8" A Paleo Period Base that was anciently converted into a scraper, likely dates prior to 10,000 B.P. POR
#1011D 3 1/4" x 2" A round nose stone knife/scraper, thick in cross section, basally thinned on the dorsal face, prominent flute on the ventral face, probably to facilitate hafting, manufactured from a large flake, nice river patina, the distal tip shows signs of battering, large thick tools with flutes most likely date to the Early Archaic Period or before, so before 8000 BP Native American, Tennessee $55.00
#1106E 2 1/2" x 2" A square nose stone knife/scraper, thick in cross section, nice river patina, Pre-European contact, Native American, Tennessee, chipped

 

$24.00
#1103D 3 1/2" x 3" A uniface stone scraper / hand axe with nice river patina and a pleasingly smooth underside, thick cross section, Pre-European contact, Native American, Tennessee $24.00
#1106B 2" x 2 1/4" A stone "Duckbill" Scraper, nice river patina, thick in cross section, Pre-European contact, Native American, Tennessee $24.00
#1101E 2 1/4" x 2 1/2" A stone "Duckbill" Scraper, nice river patina, thick in cross section, Pre-European contact, Native American, Tennessee $24.00
#12033G 2" round A Uniface stone ovoid scraper, heat treated chert gives it a sleek glassy feel, Pre-European contact, Native American, South Georgia $16.00
#2114B 2 1/2" x 1 1/2" A flat base stone humpback scraper, classic Turtleback scraper with banded colors, Pre-European contact, Native American, Ohio $14.00
#2193 2 1/4" x 1 1/2" A crescent  shaped stone biface scraper, probably hafted along the side closest to the rule "ulu style", Pre-European contact, Native American, most likely Tennessee $18.00
#2106JJ 2 1/2" x 2 1/4" A hafted scraper, humpback with a flat base like a Turtleback, but with a stem for hafting, Coastal Plains chert with a heavy fossil content, Pre-European contact, South Georgia $14.00
#3121S 2" x 1 1/4" A beautifully bifacially worked knife/scraper with a stem for hafting, Pre-European contact, Native American, SE Alabama or adjacent areas $14.00
#12021L 3 1/8" x 2 1/8" A stone scraper/knife, thick in cross section, beautiful patinated yellow Coastal Plains chert, Pre-European contact, Native American, South Georgia $18.00
#12021S 2 3/4" x 1 3/4" A uniface crescent scraper with stem for hafting?, heavily patinated Coastal Plains chert, probably heat treatment that gives it the mottled color and glassy feel, Pre-European contact, Native American, South Georgia $18.00
#GLN22 11 1/2" x 2" A Metate Stone (Mealing Stone), used to grind corn, acorns, grains, etc., a practical size to provide a work space, but still not too large to haul around, made of beautiful quartzite sandstone that sparkles in the sun, the prettier the stone, the more valuable a stone tool would have been to Native Americans, owning this metate would have been the equivalent of having top name brand appliances in your kitchen today, a nice addition to your patio or rock garden $75.00
#GLN19 4 1/2" x 3" An oval pecking stone, Pre-European contact, Native American, North Georgia $24.00
#8137A 2" x 3 1/8" Fossilized Megalodon Shark's Tooth, Megalodon Shark lived 2 to 18 million years ago, and was the world's largest predator ever to live, this one was recovered from the Santa Fe River in Northwest Central Florida, found in association with Native American stone tools, Native Americans worked fossilized shark's teeth the same way they would any other stone, in this case, the right side of the tooth and the cusp of the left side have both been removed, the gum line has been worked to create a base like other Florida Archaic Stemmed points, the tip shows impact fractures, and the serrated edge has been worn down, probably from being used as a cutting tool $95.00
#8137F 2" x 2 3/4" Fossilized Megalodon Shark's Tooth, Megalodon Shark lived 2 to 18 million years ago, and was the world's largest predator ever to live, this one was recovered from the Santa Fe River in Northwest Central Florida, found in association with Native American stone tools, Native Americans worked fossilized shark's teeth the same way they would any other stone, in this case, the gum line on the right side has been removed, and the upper right of the tooth has been notched to assist in hafting, there are impact fractures to the tip, and the serrated edge has been worn down, probably from being used as a cutting tool $75.00
#8137C 1 7/8" x  2" Fossilized Megalodon Shark's Tooth, Megalodon Shark lived 2 to 18 million years ago, and was the world's largest predator ever to live, this one was recovered from the Santa Fe River in Northwest Central Florida, found in association with Native American stone tools, Native Americans worked fossilized shark's teeth the same way they would any other stone,  in this case, the gum line on both sides has been ground leaving a stem in the center, and the right side of the tooth has been notched to assist in hafting, there are impact fractures to the tip, and the serrated edge has been worn down, probably from being used as a cutting tool $65.00
#8137G 1 3/8" x 2 1/8" Fossilized Megalodon Shark's Tooth, Megalodon Shark lived 2 to 18 million years ago, and was the world's largest predator ever to live, this one was recovered from the Santa Fe River in Northwest Central Florida, found in association with Native American stone tools, Native Americans worked fossilized shark's teeth the same way they would any other stone, in this case, the left side of the gum line has been snapped, and the right side of the gum line has been ground down to a square "ear" like an auriculate point, there are impact fractures to the tip, and the serrated edge has been worn down, probably from being used as a cutting tool $65.00
#8137B 1 5/8" x 2 3/8" Fossilized Megalodon Shark's Tooth, Megalodon Shark lived 2 to 18 million years ago, and was the world's largest predator ever to live, this one was recovered from the Santa Fe River in Northwest Central Florida, found in association with Native American stone tools, Native Americans worked fossilized shark's teeth the same way they would any other stone, in this case, the left side of the gum line has been partially removed, and the right side of the gum line has been ground down to a square "ear" like an auriculate point, the right side of the tooth has been notched to assist in hafting, there are impact fractures to the tip, and the serrated edge has been worn down, probably from being used as a cutting tool $65.00
#8137D 1 1/8" x 1 5/8" Fossilized Megalodon Shark's Tooth, Megalodon Shark lived 2 to 18 million years ago, and was the world's largest predator ever to live, this one was recovered from the Santa Fe River in Northwest Central Florida, found in association with Native American stone tools, Native Americans worked fossilized shark's teeth the same way they would any other stone, this one has been snapped on one corner of the gum line, and notched and ground on the other resulting in a "stemmed point" that was probably used as an arrowhead $65.00
#8138V 1 4/8" x 1 5/8" Fossilized juvenile Megalodon Shark's Tooth, lower jaw, Megalodon Shark lived 2 to 18 million years ago, and was the world's largest predator ever to live, this one was recovered from the Santa Fe River in Northwest Central Florida, found in association with Native American stone tools, Native Americans worked fossilized shark's teeth the same way they would any other stone, in this case, both sides of the corners of the gum line have been notched, this is often done to stone pendants to assist in attachment, and it is likely that this tooth was used as a pendant $65.00
#8138D   Set of three Fossilized Snaggletooth Shark teeth, recovered from the Santa Fe River in Northwest Central Florida, found in association with Native American stone tools, Native Americans worked fossilized shark's teeth the same way they would any other stone, in this case, each tooth has been modified in the same way by removing the top half of the excurvate edge, probably to assist in hafting, creating a small hafted sickle shaped, serrated, cutting tool $45.00

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#12920 10"x7"x4" A large Wooly Mammoth tooth, North American fossil, general good condition, larger photos $595.00
#ED40 10" x 4" Petrified wood log, very colorful, and so well preserved that you can see the bark and a piney knot of the original pine tree, North Georgia, larger photos $150.00
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