Many years ago I attended an initiation ceremony into a Northern New Mexico Pueblo Kiva society for a friend's son.
In the morning there was a line of the young initiates wearing young deer skins dancing along lead by elders in adult deer skins with full antler racks.
Then along came some very noisy, clumsy hunters stumbling along with very tiny bows and arrows.
They young initiates (deer) seemed to give themselves to clumsy hunters who shot them with the arrows then threw them over their shoulders and took them down into the Kiva.
When I found this point that ceremony came to mind, the scale was like the arrows the hunters carried. The second thought was guys laughing at the joke point. Who knows.
Assuming thats a standard sized dime, that is a super small one with so much detail. Good memory story too. Those small bows & arrows ( and corresponding points ) were not just for ceremonies, "bird points" are found all over North America during that time period..Maybe sorta like handguns vs long guns