NATIVE AMERICAN STONE TOOLS, LOT OF 13, comprising twelve (12) full-groove axe heads, including raised-ridge examples and one celt-like example, and a slightly arrow-form adze-head or hoe. Together with a crude axe head, possibly a copy. Fourteen (14) pieces total. 3 3/8" to 6 1/2" L. Provenance: From the collection of John Porosky, primarily collected in Ohio and North Carolina beginning in the 1940s.
As found condition. One with "M / L" carved into one face, and into the other face "M. LANE" and "1901" with the "9" backwards.