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    Jacks Reef Corner Notched

    Jacks Reef Corner Notched 1500-1000 Late Woodland to Mississippian

    Location: Eastern States

    A small to medium sized corner notched point that is thin and well made. Blade shape is often pentagonal in shape but can be ovoid or rounded. Believed to be one of the first true arrowhead types in the U.S.
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    Very nice i like them
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    Nice examples Ryan. Here's a few that all come off the same Woodland site.
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    These don't belong to me, but there are some very fine examples of Jacks Reef Pentagonals in this tray.
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    Found all these on the Ohio River shoreline, most from the same site including the two small ones on top.

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    Some nice classic examples there boys!!
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    One of my favorite styles. Here are a few from the same sandbar in Rhode Island. First one is large for type at 2 3/4" and has a basal notch in the stem.
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    Here's another really nice I just picked up recently from Indianasmith.
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    Nice stuff guys. I will have to dig thru some stuff and see what I can come up with.

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    Here's the last J.R. I found earlier this spring. Found it in my neighbors garden about a mile from my house. I need to get some pics of his frame of Jacks Reef points and some of the triangles he has pulled out of his property. He has some killers.
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