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    Need help identifying...

    I receive these points from my Dad. They have been sitting in his sock drawer for 20-30years. He said a friend gave them to him that was a huge collector of artifacts. I have no idea what part of the country they are from but my Dad said probally from out west as they both spent a lot of time together mainly in Montana but he is not sure they came from Montana. Any way I've been searching overstreet but it's hard to tell material. I'm hoping some will pop out at you guys and you can help. Thanks
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    I dont think to far west from you maybe TN or Kentucky
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    That white one might be an Alberta. Look at the Alberta Pointless posted in typology.
    Can wait to see them!

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    My guess is they are from Ohio/Kentucky. My guesses as to material / type are indicated in this pic. If nothing else, maybe some will chime in and correct me.
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    Look like a whole lot of Kentucky points there. I agree with all the names. The bottom left point by the blunts is a fish spear point. I think the one with the question mark might be a Snyders. The preform that says zaleski might be fort Payne. I would like to see more pics of the "Quartz" point. I don't think it's Quartz.

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    Thanks for all the help and replies. That point is not qaurtz but a flint that just has that color. I'll post a better pic soon

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    That sure does look Alberta.
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    Fluted on one side and bottom of base ground and sides of base heavily ground.
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    Are you sure it not a cody knife? That is what it looks like to me.

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    I'm leaning towards Adena-Roberts maybe, I'm kinda stumped on that one

 

 

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