Lecroy 9000-5000 B.P. Early to Mid Archaic
Location : Eastern U.S.
The Lecroy type is a thin, small to medium sized bifurcated stemmed point. Most examples are serrated and the bases are unground. Believed to be small early knife forms but others argue that they are dart points used with an atlatl.
Here's some personal finds from Va. and Wv.
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12-29-2010 06:55 PM
I'm pretty sure these are all LeCroys.
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them are some nice finds you got there
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Here is a couple of Personal finds NW Ohio
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My two best personal find Lecroy examples:
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Nice type frame Bob, always helpful to see many of the same type in the same group.
Nice group of points Bob! So you believe these to all be Lecroy's? Not doubting you, just trying to learn.
Lecroy, Lake Erie, Maccorkle, Cossatot River. All relatively close in age, appearance and sometimes size.
All variants of the same point?
You too Ghost, would like your opinion and experience with these.