Native American, Texas, Transitional Paleo to Mississippian Period, ca. 8000 BCE to 1600 CE (10,000 to 400 BP). A spectacular array of 15 hand-knapped stone arrowheads displaying hues of russet, ash grey, misty rose, charcoal, and cream. All found in Texas, these wonderful projectile points boast a diverse collection of forms, such as triangular stemmed, triangular expanding stem, triangular contracting stem, ovoid, triangular bifurcated, lanceolate, lanceolate auriculate, triangular corner notch, triangular basal notch, and triangular fluted. Size of largest: 1.125" W x 3.375" H (2.9 cm x 8.6 cm); Size of frame: 10" W x 12" H (25.4 cm x 30.5 cm)
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Provenance: private Fayetteville, Arkansas, USA collection; ex-Charles (Charlie) Meyer collection, noted collector and famed illustrator for Greg Perino, famed authenticator and writer
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Losses to tips of 2 points, stems of 3, and side of 1. Expected nicks or chips, commensurate with age and use. Otherwise, excellent with light earthen deposits. Set in wood and glass frame.