- Item: FA1482 *NEW*
- Description: THIN and Beautifully flaked
Harpeth River Knife -
This Fine Blade was found in Graves County by
J. Tanner Chambers. It is made from what I like to call "Fort
Dover" chert. It has decent symmetry and fine flaking. This
is an early piece and has edge work like that seen on a Harpeth
River, just a bit thinner and not based. Great Unusual Piece!
- Size: 4 x 1 1/8 inches
- Item: FP543
- Description: Very Nice Fluted Clovis with Burnin Fracture
along base - This Fine Fluted Clovis was reported found in Middle
Tennessee. It has an Ancient "burin" fracture along one side of
the base and the Clovis people USED it that way as the edges of the
burin fracture show hafting polish from use. It has great flaking
and decent symmetry. It is made from Hornstone.
- Size: 2 3/16 X 1 inches
- Item: FP538
- Description: Very Colorful Nice Quad -
This Quad was found in Southern Kentucky in Simpson County. It has
a deep Auriculate Base with Expanding, Drooping Ears.
It has nice flaking and it thin.
Size: 2 1/2 x 1 5/16 inches
- Item: FP537
- Description: Fine Banded Hornstone Fluted Clovis -
This nice Clovis was found in Simpson County, Kentucky. It is
fluted on both sides, and nice flaking and decent symmetry. It is
made of banded Hornstone.
- Size: 1 15/16 x 7/8 inches
- Item: FP570
- Description: Large and Wide Early Blade /
possibly Paleo - This Blade is Nice and Wide and thin for the
width! It is nearly uniface, having very nice parallel over pass
flaking on the one side and fine tuned on the uniface side (see photos).
It has nice symmetry. It is highly patinated and river stained and
made from striped hornstone. From a middle Tennessee Collection
- Size: 4 1/8 x 2 7/16 inches
- Item: FP405
- Description: Large, Superiorly Flaked Early Knife
- Big Beautifully Flaked Early Knife. Very Well Made, Very nice
symmetry. Very Early Paleo looking flaking. Found in Ohio.
Made of Four Mile Creek Flint. Has collectors mark " CM / 647".
Ex- Carson, Ex- Monty & Jewdy Pennington
- Size: 5 1/8 x 1 3/4 inches
- Item: FP372
- Description: Highly
Patinated Kentucky Agate Basin - This fine Agate Basin has
an ancient Burin Fracture back from blade (see photos).
IT has very nice symmetry and shape and excellent
flaking. All the pieces from this collection were found in
McCreary County, Kentucky either off Peel Dog Wood Road, in
Forgotten Valley, Indian Creek, or Bear Wallow. All of these are
within 5 miles of the Cumberland River.
Ex- Monty & Jewdy Pennington
- Size: 4 11/16 x 1 3/16 inches
- Item: FP572
- Description: Very Nice Dalton - This piece
with the squared ears some might call it a Quad, but I am calling it a Dalton.
This piece was purchased as part a collection out of Henderson, Kentucky
- Size: 1 13/16 X 1 inches
- Item: FP535
- Description: Sturdy Paleo Lanceolate - Built
sturdy and rugged similar to an unfluted Cumberland. This piece
was in a Missouri collection that was found by John McClellan sometime
in the 1940's. They farmed parts of Missouri and south west
Illinois. Ex- Monty & Jewdy Pennington
- Size: 2 7/16 x 3/4 inches
- Item: FP379
- Description: Nice Indiana Clovis w/ fossils -
This Clovis was found in
Madison County, Indiana. It has decent symmetry and nice deposits.
It is basally thinned nicely and the strikes ran out of the material
without leaving a terminal flute fracture. Ex- C. Washington, Ex- Thompson Collection
- Size: 2 3/8 x 1 1/8 inches
- Item: FP373
- Description: Fort
Payne Paleo Lance - Here is a beautiful piece of Mottled Fort
Payne Chert. This Paleo Lance is will made and sturdy. It
was found in Pulaski County, Kentucky near Lake Cumberland.
Ex- R. Durham, Ex- Monty Pennington
- Size: 4 5/16 x 1 1/8 inches
- Item: FP571 *NEW*
Beautiful Translucent Quartz
Description: Super Early Quartz Blade /
possibly Paleo - This Fine Blade is made from a Colorful piece of
Translucent Quartz! It has very nice flaking and nice symmetry. It
is thin for it's size and just a beautiful piece!
Size: 5 1/16 x 2 5/16 inches
- Item: FP471
- Description: Very Nice Paleo Angostura - Here
is a classic example of the Typology. The basal area is heavily
ground, it has one steep bevel on each blade face, it has nice flaking
and symmetry. It is made from a nice white, cream to blue chert.
I believe this to be Boyle Chert, it may also be a variety of
Burlington. Ex- Monty & Jewdy Pennington
- Size: 2 7/16 x 1 inches
- Item: FP332
- Description: Super Paleo Uni-face Knife -
This one is made of a nice striped chert. It may be Brassfield
Chert. Found in KY
- Size: 3 3/8 x 1 3/16 x 1/4 inches
- Item: FA931
- Description: Very Nice Kentucky Dalton - Super
material. Deep Auriculate Base. Well Flaked. Ex- Monty
& Jewdy Pennington
- Size: 2 1/16 x 1 1/8 inches
- Item: FP326
- Description: Kentucky Clovis - found by Brian
Hayes in Russell County, KY
- Size: 1 7/8 x 15/16 inches
- Item: FP436
- Description: Very Nice Indiana Early Blade - This
is a Big Early Blade that was found in Indiana. Made from a
beautiful piece of Hornstone material with Bluish-white and cream
inclusions. Nice Flaking and form. Ex- Monty & Jewdy Pennington
- Size: 4 5/8 x 1 3/8 inches
- Item: FP551
- Description: Fantastic Hazel Style Clovis -
This Super Hazel Style Clovis has a splash of white at the tip. It
is made of a patinated chert gray in color with brown stripes running
through it. It has near Perfect Symmetry! It is fluted on
both sides. It has beautiful flaking and is very thin and well
made! The hafting area is nicely ground! This is a beautiful
piece that is a pleasure to hold! This Clovis was reported to have
been found in Middle Tennessee.
- Size: 2 1/2 X 1 1/4 inches