For your consideration is this collection of bear teeth and projectile points aged from 9,500 - 650 BP. The collection includes twelve bear teeth with holes implemented to pass a necklace through the teeth show good coloration and consistently show great texturing to the root and the point of the teeth. The points include three Bear River points with small triangular convex blades with side notches and constructed from translucent quarts and are expertly napped and aged from the late developmental period 1,250 - 650 BP. The last point is a Firstview point showing medium lanceolate construction with a excurvate blade and slightly rounded shoulders; the point is aged from the Transitional Paleo period 9,500 - 8,000 BP. The condition of this collection is good with no obvious signs of damage to the points or the bear teeth and show good museum quality condition. The measurements of these points range from 2 1/4" x 3/4" to 1" x 1/2" bear teeth measurements range from 1 1/4" long to 1 1/2". Provenance: These arrow heads and bear teeth were collected in the state of Colorado.