I found these in the late 70's and early 80's and could use some help identifying them. From the left:
1.Digging close to the "Y" in Oak Hill.
2.Surface hunting close to Reimers Ranch in Hays Co.
3.Surface find in La Salle Co. near the Frio River.
5.Surface find outside of Bandera.
6.Dug out of a midden close to Campwood, TX.
Thanks for any input.
Just got back from the Boerne show I wish to
withdraw my identification of items 2 & 3 . there are other similar shaped points
that a better expert could tell the differece, one of them is a GOLONDRINA !
Hal and Douglas- Thanks for your input. And you're right- I've got buckets of worked pieces. I have a few that I'm pretty sure that are paleo that I'll post in a day or two. Once again I'd appreciate any input.
The 1st on seems to be a variation on what D. Rodgers called a Brazos Fishtail. Mine is paleo flaked collaterally though & about 2" tall with small, tiny bulv ears on it. The 2nd point does look Daltonish, the 3rd look's like a Golondrinia the 3rd could be a small Carrizo & the is possibily a well worked Wells & last maybe a eccentric base of a Montell.
Hi Michelle- Shiner Bock. Years ago I was digging over there for a couple of hours and was finding all sorts of flint but no artifacts. Dug down about two and a half feet and there was someones flattened out Budweiser can. Packed up and called it a day.