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Not sure what the first big point is or the long skinny.Thinking the next two are Edwards and Frio.The next is a perforator/engraver dont know the point name.Next is Bulverde?And next is Fairland bird point?
maybe a marshall for the first one and I pretty much agree with the the others
The first point and engraver are both marshal points. Look like stuff from my neck of the woods. Nice.
Well I'll try but I always defer to the big guns if they chime in !
No question mark [ ? ] after the nice Bulverde.
Majority rules on Marshall for the big boy and the perferator.. . .BUT. . . .IF they were mine . . . I would lean to a WILLIAMS, based on not much [ none ] of a basal " uppercut ".
Those nice Edwards look pretty robust for the classic delicate bird points. Maybe some interbreeding with the Edgewood family ?
Those aren't Casty's that G-Towndigger posted. Casty's are straigt across along the base and Marshals have somewhat of a fluted base like pictured above. Sound about right?
whats the straight skinny one? Its only 2" long and very thin.
I have found many artifacts that look like this in a darl mound. without a better look its really hard to tell. Maybe just a tip reworked.
I thought Williams had more of a rounded base.These are squared?
If you are able too I would find a few more examples from that particular camp and you should come across a few that are more identifiable. Sometimes things get muddy between castros, marshalls, williams, etc.. May be that they are some sort of a transition point or just an indian that didn't get the memo on how to make this kind of point.
Bill...I believe that you are correct about Williams having more of a rounded base in my book.
The next to last point on the 1st row appears to be a version of a Frio, considering that it isn't a birdpoint.