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Etley? Drill - #4-1

Size: 1 13/16" long x 1" W.

Provenance: Barry County, Missouri.

Condition: Killer. This is a fantastic little drill. I put the ? after Etley, b/c it seems too well made for Etley Culture. More like the great Intrusive Mound pieces we see in Ohio. Fine as Playboy Centerfold.

Price: $75


Fort Ancient Knife - #4-2

Size: 2 5/8" long x 1 1/4" wide.

Provenance: Found in Belmont County, Ohio by Bill McQueen. I purchased Bill's collection around 2013 after Bill passed away.

Condition: Super. This is the second of his Fort Ancient knives. This one is classic for the rare type. Maybe 1 of these for every couple thousand triangles.



Unique Beveled Drill - #4-3

Size: 3 1/2" long x 3/4" wide.

Provenance: Found in Pittsburg County, Oklahoma by Jeremy Parent. X: Kilguss.

Condition: Perfect. This is a very cool piece, and I have no idea how to type it. The spur on one side seems like it is a left over ear from the original form. But, that doesn't make complete sense to me b/c that would make the form stemmed, and most likely, Woodland. This piece is older, and shows incredible flaking and beveling. Is it possible that the spur was used in hafting? Sewing needle? It is very nice.

Price: $100


Notch Base Dovetail Drill - #4-4

Size: 2 5/8" L x 7/8" W.

Provenance: Breckenridge County, Kentucky.

Condition: Super. Only possible flaw is that the base is not symmetrical. Killer flaking. Notch base dovetail.



Adena Drill - #4-5

Size: 3 5/8" long x 1" wide.

Provenance: Found in Cape Girardeau, Missouri. X: Walterspaugh.

Condition: Super. Walterspaugh described it as "flaking is a work of art. High grade Burlington chert with great soil aging."

Price: $175. Same price charged in 2008 by Todd.


Fort Ancient Drill - #4-6

Size: 1 15.5/16" long x 5/8" wide.

Provenance: Found around Munfordville, KY by a member of the West family in the 1960's.

Condition: Super. Great size and condition for this piece. Tip is long, thin, and well made. I class it as a drill, but could be an elongated tip triangle.



Pederanales Graver - #4-7

Size: 2 7/16" L x 1 3/16" W.

Provenance: Found in Williams County, TX. X: Bill Arnold. Dwain Rogers COA dated 6/10/06

Condition: Excellent. It is noted that this is a rare type. Should be a great addition to frame.

Price: $50


Winged Drill - #4-8

Size: 1 11/16" Long x 1 1/4" wide.

Provenance: Found in Stoddard County, Missouri. Davis COA dated 7/30/2001 to Monty Pennington.

Notes: Super. Nice creamy flint, and a well formed delicate form without damage.

Price: $50


Flint Ridge Dovetail Drill - #4-9

Size: 2 9/16" long x 1 1/8" wide.

Provenance: Found in Perry County, Ohio. X: Link.

Condition: Killer. Top shelf drill here. Waxy Flint Ridge, in a notched base dovetail form with heavy basal grinding. Color, translucency...

Price: $125


Lance Drill - #4-10

Size: 2 1/4" long x 1 1/16" wide.

Provenance: Ohio. X: Link.

Condition: Excellent. Sold this for my old buddy Dennis Link 13 years ago, and it just came back. Interesting piece that would have hafted to the place where the shoulders turn inward to the drill bit. Coshocton.

Price: $40


Dovetail Drill - #4-11

Size: 2 3/4" long x 1 3/8" wide.

Provenance: Ohio.

Condition: Super. Great piece of Flint Ridge with superior form, flaking, and bevel. Type of drill I would like to collect.

Price: $100

DRILL - #4-12

Size: 3 3/8" L x 1" W.

Provenance: Indiana. x: Walterspaugh.

Condition: Super. Not sure what material is, but I like it. Maybe Holland Chert. Sides of base are ground, and this one is clearly Archaic.

Price: $75


Meadowood Drill - #4-13

Size: 3 1/8" long x 1 3/16" wide.

Provenance: Ohio. x: Lorenzo Badge. Old timer from Entrican, Michigan.

Condition: Excellent. If I have seen a Meadowood drill, I can't remember it. These guys were making birdstones, and other elaborate slate objects. Maybe this piece assisted in that task. Very nice Mercer flint.

Price: $125


Etley Drill - #4-14

Size: 1 3/4" L x 1 1/8" W.

Provenance: Dallas County, Missouri. X: Lorenzo Badge Collection.

Condition: Perfect. Delicate little wings, and a very pointy tip. It should be mentioned that when the Badge collection was purchased in 2005, it had been in storage since 1953. A real old timer lot.

Price: $50


Dalton Drill - #4-15

Size: 2 5/8" L x 1 1/8" W.

Provenance: Allen County, Kentucky. X: Billy Simmons. Former early Green River Arch Society President.

Condition: Super. Very fine craftmanship. Nice colored material for a Dalton. Early Archaic/Trans Paleo.

Price: $125


Dalton Drill - #4-16

Size: 2 3/16" L x 7/8" W

Provenance: Smith County, TN. X: T. Davis. Monty Pennington.

Condition: Excellent. Very nice Early Archaic type. I am calling it a Dalton b/c the base looks like a Dalton, and there is heavy grinding on base and sides of base. This is a rare lithic found at the Southern end of distribution.

Price: $60


Dovetail Drill - #4-17

Size: 2 1/16" L x 1" wide.

Provenance: Kentucky. X: Walterspaugh

Condition: Excellent. Little notch based dovetail made from Hornstone. Priced at what buyer paid many years ago.

Price: $50



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