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Clovis Point For Sale
November 30, 2007 02:21PM
Hi all, what we have here is a medium sized clovis point from the Paleo Period. I bought this point several years ago from the Relic Shack. This point is also fetured in Who's Who Of Indian Artifacts Volume 10. The point is made out of cresent chert. The point has had multiple resharpings, but is still a very nice point. The length of it is 2 1/4 and the width is 1 3/16. The point comes with the coa that I received from the Relic Shack and is stamped with Central Missouri Artifact Evaulation Group stamp. Thanks for looking Jonathon

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