I have recently found a triangular double fluted point at one of my spots. I contacted everyone I could, studied hesters books, Overstreet, contacted collectors and professors, and many painstaking hours of the net, about this point. It is 2' long and triangular in shape. It has a needle point, convex sides, concave base, its right hand bevelled. It has a tiny piece chipped at the base, overall it is a gorgeous, beautifully flakes artifact! We finally came to the conclusion that its a Redstone, never even heard of one because they are extremely rare and they are a southeastern point! If this is true I would never believe it, I have found mucho paleo bases and broke stuff on this hill, but this is amazing if it really turns out to be one. I am just very excited about this. If anyone has heard of one these or has any info about this point, please let me know. I would love to hear how crazy I am from you guys but please have some info with it! Thanks
Why don't you post some photo's so we can see what you referring to. A photo of both sides, photo from the side & an angled one to highlight the flaking would assist in determining the type. It sounds similiar to a Luton from S. Texas of which I have one.
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