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    Quote Originally Posted by Garscale View Post
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    There is no reason to bump. We are ALL following this thread. More pics please.

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    Just don't have enough hours in the day right now. Yipes tide is coming in on the old stuff. Is that maybe coral? I am in awe at the number of perfect[well almost perfect] points.
    Thank you both for posting. It is a joy!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jay R View Post
    Killer stuff! That point and a few others resemble the type known as Cupp. The type fits in with the stuff you are finding. Not sure about the distribution of these points as you may be on the very southern end of that distribution. Interesting none the less!
    Good call Jay, I think that's exactly what they are. We have Cupp Points down here in Matagorda & Wharton county, so these from the Brazos aren't the furtherest South, but they may be at the Western edge of distribution. And they are some of the nicest examples I've seen, at least that handful of killers that Justin posted is.

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    Yall may just be right with the Cupp call. I dont think I have ever seen one before digging this site.


    Susan, that may be petrified coral. Its a fine material for sure..
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    Quote Originally Posted by David Crain View Post
    Great Pictures Justin.
    Killer points and a handful of real interesting game stones there!
    Thanks to you and Steve for sharing these,
    David
    The game stones are fine! some have extensive work and are discodial like. others are just highly polished and near ball round. One thing is clear, they found pretty stones and polished them for some use whether games or just decorative.
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