With the exception of the shell ornament, which was found at Lake Falcon, these are the first "arrow heads" I found as a scout as described above. Thinking back, these were all found in an area probably not more than 50' square. I had a buddy who picked up as many as I did and it took us about 15 minutes. Three of these are small scrapers and two are not flat but have a "twist".
The story that goes with the multiple finds is interesting.....now there is a case of the first person to visit a site since antiquity making so many finds..
V nice points AND. . . . .what are those bottom 2 left, one row in ???
The extreme rounded bases are unique for that size, , , , Axtel ( Penny points ) are much larger points and even so the penny base is not that pronounced.
Any idea what county they were found ? Maybe a very small limited range type.