I just wanted to put these photos of a point I found on here and see if anyone can tell me what type of point it is and any other info you can give. I live in coryell county and there are a lot of camps in this area . This is from our own place and I do not know much about what types there are. Help me out if you can
Well if Douglas cant put a name to it, He's our best shot. On your pics the base seems stubby as in broke,
and the base of a base can be very defining.
Doug [ or anyone ]did you keep a note of that website with all the point silouettes for people to reference?
i checked the overstreet book and it looked very close to a lange which is about 6000 to 1000 years old they are some very nice pices we usely use the overstreet book in s.c. to check ours by and usualy it is very closce to the money you can pick this book up at books a million it has arrowheads from all over the country and some from your area thanks for the pictures youalol put up they are verry nice
I always use a rake for really serious signings . . .
The one notable exception was back when I was very young I just knicked the edge of a 9 inch ceremonial Covington blade with a HUGE SWING PICK The mind boggles over how much more
damage could have been done
Thats when I switched to the old people's foot pick
Well, that old broad style angostura must have been laying flat and got caught between the tines of the rake for both sides to be nicked. It sure looks nice and thin, and worth repairing if you haven't already!
Generally, potatoe rakes are great digging tools. As I have had the same thing happen to me, I try to keep the raking motions sideways into the bank wall as much as possible.I'm probably not saying anthing new, but sure enjoyed seeing it. Thanks