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I'm creating these pages as a way to catalogue my collection and learn about point typology.  It's also the place where I'll be recording the notes I take while doing research on ancient America.  These points are not for sale though I am occasionally interested in purchasing old collections especially if they are personal finds. Personal recollections by the finder about the finding of the artifacts are definitely of interest to me. Many times the story is more interesting than the point itself.

Rob Horne

Historic Points
Pre-Columbian to modern times
Mississippian Points
400 B.P. to 1300 B.P.
Woodland Points
1300 B.P. to  3,000 B.P.
Late Archaic Points
3,000 B.P. to 5,000 B.P.
Mid Archaic Points
5,000 to 6,500 B.P.
Early Archaic Points
6,500 to 9,000 B.P.
Paleo Points
9,000 B.P. to 11,500 B.P.
Stone Tools - Celts, Net weights, Axes, Banner Stones
Dalton's Pendants & Gorgets
Ex-Stagecoach Lane Collection Ex-Stangland Collection Ex-Lillian Martel Collection Point Notes
Musical Instruments

Paleo Points
9,000 B.P. to 11,500 B.P.

Agate Basin
Transitional Paleo, 10,200 - 8500 B.P.
Boone County, Missouri
Burlington Chert
L 2-7/16"  W 7/8"
Highly Underrated at: G-7.5

Midwestern states. A medium to large size lanceolate blade of unusually high quality. Bases are either convex, concave or straight and are usually ground. Some examples are medium ridged and have random to parallel flaking. - Overstreet 10 p. 699

Baker COA

Beaver Lake
Paleo, 11,250 - 8000 B.P.
Clark County, Kentucky
Fort Payne Chert
L 2"  W 3/4"

Baker COA

Southeastern states. A medium to large size lanceolate blade with flaring ears and a concave base. Contemporaneous and associated with Cumberland but thinner and un-fluted. Has been found in deeper layers than Dalton. Overstreet 10 p.344.

Another Example from Barren County, Kentucky
Sonora Hornstone

Clovis - Fluted
11,50 - 10,600 B.P.
L 2-3/8" W 15/16"
Mead Co. Kentucky

Location: All of North America. A medium to large size, auriculate, fluted, lanceolate point with convex sides and a concave base that is ground. Most examples are fluted on both sides about 1/3 the way up from the base. Clovis is the earliest point type in the hemisphere. Overstreet 10 p. 363

Jackson COA

On Wikipedia
Solutrean Hypothesis - Clovis Culture

Clovis - Unfluted
11,50 - 10,600 B.P.
L 2-1/4" W 15/16"
Fort Pain Chert
Ex-Will Burchett collection

A medium to large size, auriculate point identical to the fluted Clovis. A very rare type as most Clovis points are fluted in their finished form. The flaking can be random to parallel. Clovis is the earliest point type in the hemisphere. Clovis technology more closely matches European Solutrean forms than anywhere else. There is no pre-Clovis evidence here. The first Clovis find associated with Mastodons was in 1979 at Mastodon State Park, Jefferson Co., MO. in the Kimmswick bone bed dated to 12,000 B.P. carbon years. Overstreet 10 p. 366

Baker COA

Clovis Reproduction
2.5 " Created by Chris Hardaker for Catherine Horne

Christopher Hardaker earned an M.A. in anthropology from the University of Arizona and entered the profession as a field archaeologist 30 years ago.

BIPOLAR REDUCTION: Variability or Chaos
Christopher Hardaker, Tucson, AZ

11,250 - 8000 B.P.
4 1/8" long x 1 1/4"
Dover Chert
Wayne Co KY

A medium to large size, lanceolate, eared form that is usually fluted on both sides. Overstreet p. 375

COA: Thomas Shenk - G10



Ohio Lanceolate
11,250 - 8000 B.P., Trans Paleo-Early Archaic
L 3-9/16" W 1-1/4"
Ohio & surrounding states

A medium to large size lanceolate point with a straight base. Blade edges are slightly recurved becoming constricted at the basal hafting area. Thinner than Clovis or Agate Basin. Not fluted or basally thinned. as light grinding at the stem. Overstreet 10 p.457

Baker COA - G-9

Paleo Lanceolate
11,250 - 8000 B.P.
L 3-3/4" W 1-3/16"
Patinated White Flint
Southern Illinois
ex David Bailey Collection

COA: Jim Bennett G-8

10,000 - 8000 B.P. "Trans-Paleo"
L 1-5/8" W 3/8"?

COA: Baker G-8.5

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