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    Alternate Beveled Blade

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    4" x 1-1/2" x 5/32" thick. I hope it shows up. I'm having issues with loading pictures.

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    A couple of better photos. Alternate Beveled Blade-img_2127-jpgAlternate Beveled Blade-img_2126-jpg

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    DARL!!! What level did it come from?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sandman View Post
    DARL!!! What level did it come from?
    I always thought it must be Darl related due to the beveling. It was a surface find.

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    It is a one of a kind for sure, kinda looks Harahey too...

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    Quote Originally Posted by sandman View Post
    It is a one of a kind for sure, kinda looks Harahey too...
    I agree on both points. I have never seen one quite like it. And I once thought it was a Harahey as well. Could be? But the beveling/resharpening seems much different to me.

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    DARL! heck thats what they are every time if we dont have a clue. Honestly, it is flat flaked much like some of the darl related stuff we found on the Brazos. It sure could have been something else in its first life too. Beautiful artifact.
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    That is a beautiful piece. Thanks for showing that.
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    What a beauty
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