I have bought afew books from Lar Hothem and Lawrence Tully and such, but it's still somewhat confusing of so many varieties, and somewhat hard to place in a specific time period. But it sure is addictive studying this primitive tools. I'll post some new pics and see what u guys think about some of these pieces. Thanks again for all the help Guys.
Gino, I think what would benefit you the best is the 10th edition Overstreet guide book. A reasonable means to identify your points, but don't take their value ranges too seriously. You should be able to order this book on-line for around $25.
I agree with mike, don't take the prices seriously, With some of the prices in Overstreets I'd be
rich...in money. I'd rather be rich in points....
The best way to learn about the points is to get out find them and find a good book to help in identification. With all the different points in Texas, you can't rely on just one source of information...
Well now, I had no idea that Dan's book was worth so much. I shall stop carrying it in the toolbox on the fourwheeler. I have had some books for over fifty years and have just beaten them to death. An unread book is like a dog that never hunted, a horse that never ran, a gun that was never fired and a person who never made love.