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Attributed to the Yurok tribe Item: Type: Provenance: Price jcto8 A very rare Marble Bluff Marble Atlatl weight having Pershing., NV 500.00 notches at either end for binding the weight to the Atlatl 350.00 and a concave base to facilitate tight binding to the.
Item: Type: Single Grooved Shaft Straightener, provenance: Price, wVTO2, a somewhat of a "Plain Jane" Single Grooved Shaft Straightening Stone.Doughtery on his homestead land in Vincon, 150.00 shows the beginning stages of a pecked groove Oregon (which is now a Ghost Town) during the 1930's Click on the Photo set above for an enlarged photo Item: Type: Slate Knife Provenance: Price wvto4 An "Ulu-Style.Thanks for the info, Matt!Southwest of Tucson in Pima., AZ in 1979 Click on the Photo set above for an enlarged photo Item: Type: Mortar and Ball Pestle Provenance: Price tscto8 A most interesting volcanic rock bowl Mortar and the original Ball pestle which Recovered from a private.Near the Port of Catoosa in Rogers., OK Ex: Greg jouer au machine a sous gratuit 770 Perino Click on the Photo set above for an enlarged photo Item: Type: Fist Axe/Celt Provenance: Price rpto11 A most interesting, nicely polished Fist Axe/Celt in very Recovered from 350.00 good condition, showing ancient.Found by "the jeux gratuits casino sans inscription sans telechargement Master" himself, Greg Perino.Don't ask me why, perhaps these are just too often over-looked by the field hunters.This one's a very rare Polishing stone used to complete the process of creating highly polished bone awls, hair pins and bone needles.Page 3, page 1, this page contains Axes, celts and other hard stone ancient native American.News Trading, lexique options binaires, poker Texas Hold'em, poker Omaha Hi, poker Stud 7 Cards, blackjack, rami, belote, backgammon, copyright m - Tous droits réservés, plan du site, contact, les images appartiennent à m, achetées ou crées uniquement pour lui, excepté celles des sites externes.Item: Type: Miniature "Spice grinding" Mortar Pestle set.
Ex: Greg Perino Admitting my own ignorance of this sort of artifact, I've been informed by an experienced collector that this one is a "Sinew" stone, used to split the fibrous structure found in animal sinew and tendons, as well as fibrous plants, such.