As 'usual' Red, the more we look at your frames the more we see.
FINALLY, there's a " Waco sinker " right where it belongs along the coastal fishing area. The other one probably served as a sinker too but the groove around it is attractive.
Thats a heck of a variety of finds along the coast area,,,,Even Te just south of San Antone finds very few if any Montells
It's pushing the ID's from a pic to the Max but could that be a Folsom below the dead bird ??
I believe Waco Sinkers were bolo stones. Coastal indians used crane bones to make whistles...........there is a theory that they hunted the big birds with bolos. The other grooved stone came from my Dad's collection.......he didn't have a name for it back then but it would probably be classified as a " boat stone" or perhaps an atlatl weight. The little Folsom look-alike did create a bit of stir when it first surfaced but it's just an arrowhead made from a thin pressure flake. Its flat on both sides and I mounted it with its "best side" up so it still creates a bit of a stir from time to time. The Montell was found along the Nueces River in San Patricio, County.