America: Prehistoric
Knifes
1

Attention!

All Artifacts with indicated number will be sold together with an certificate of authenticity with picture and description.

AMERICA:

COBBS TRIANGULAR No.1153, made of Cresent Quarry Chert.

Grade: G 8

Cultural Period:

EARLY ARCHAIC, 8000-5000 B.P.

Dimensions (LxBxT):

124x43x8,8 mm

Weight: 56 g

Published in "WHO`S WHO in Indian Relics No.9" 1996, page 167

€ 395.-
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AMERICA:

THEBES No.5, made of Flint Ridge Chalcedon.

Grade: G 7

Cultural Period:

EARLY ARCHAIC, 10000-5000 B.P.

Dimensions (LxBxT):

67,8x34,8x7 mm

Weight: 14 g

Published in "WHO`S WHO in Indian Relics No.9" 1996, page 167 above and PAQ - Febr.1994, page 21, No.170

€ 375.-
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AMERICA:

ADENA No.1874, made of Hornstone, dark gray, typical Knife.

Grade: G 5*

Cultural Period:

LATE ARCHAIC to LATE WOODLAND, 3000-1200 B.P.

Dimensions (LxBxT):

101x47,6x10 mm

Weight: 49 g

*Prehistorically broken off/removed wing in the base area, to make place for a knife hafting. Artifact is complete.

€ 190.-
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AMERIKA:

Knife No1576, made of black Obsidian.

Grade: G7

Cultural Period:

PACIFIC PERIOD, 2000 B.P.-1500 A.D. (acc. Chartkoff, page 162)

Weight: 121 g

€ 445.-
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AMERICA:

Prehistoric "Ulu" No. 1525, - the Eskimo Woman Knife of the Arctic

Cultural Period:

Late PREHISTORIC, 1200-1900, or PUNUK CULTURE, 500-1200, A.D.

Slate blade with sharpened, concave cutting edge and original prehistoric wood handle, the wood was preserved in the perma-frost of the arctic climate.

General form of the blade like a triangle, H=64 mm, edge length approx. 67/62 mm, blade length's 89.6 mm, slightly concave. L=90,6 mm, H=28 mm.

Weight: 38 g

Good History!

Artifact will be sold together with a certificate of authenticity with picture and description, Certificate No. 1525

more Information

very scarce artifact, only one to sell!

€ 1.200.-

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