Andice or Calf Creek Lithic Point Reproduction

Item BR85                

This Item was Sold on 28 October 2010 for $11

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This lithic reproduction is a large Andice or Calf Creek point from the early to mid Archaic periods. Orginally, this point was identified as being made by D.C. Waldorf, but D.C. looked at this point and said that he did not make it. He said that it looks like it was made out of a pice of Chert that is found near Fort Hood, Texas. This point is not signed or dated. Length = 110 mm ; Weight = 38 gm

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