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Thread: Dalton classic

  1. #71
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    Awesome Dalton B, thanks for sharing.

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    you are welcome, just happy to share it with everyone!

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    What a fantastic Dalton! May I ask where in southern MO?

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    Hey rddalto where those be from? Very nice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by grins000 View Post
    Hey rddalto where those be from? Very nice.
    Both from Lincoln Co. Missouri.

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    Ben it came from Ozark County

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    Quote Originally Posted by rddalto View Post
    Purchased from an Illinois dealer/collector. The point was originally from the Tommy Beutell collection and was found in Calhoun County Illinois.
    Iíve owned several pieces from Coulhoun County.
    It has a lot of top quality points come out where the Upper Mississippi River intersects with the Missouri River.
    Green and Calhoun counties are hot spots
    Forty Six & 2 ///// Catch

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    Hey Kentlangreder, that sure looks like classic Prairie du Chien chert. I have some Burlington pieces, but I have tons of Prairie du Chien pieces. PdC can have lots of variations, but that sure looks to be the classic stuff. Glenner

 

 

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