Catlinite Point Blank

Item BR123          

This Item was Sold on 20 September 2010 for $8

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This lithic point blank is made out of Catlinite. It was sold by the Department of Interior shop in Washington to benefit Native Americans who owned the land in Minnesota where the stone is found. The mineral is named after the famous painter George Caitlin. The blank has a small hole drilled in the base, perhaps to make a pendant after it is finished. Length = 101 mm ; Weight = 12 gm

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