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    Quote Originally Posted by TBrandum View Post
    I see what hes talking about rare indeed, is it for sale
    Now that I am sitting in front of a group of them I see that all the others are beveled on the other side.

    Is that what you see?

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    look up gator scute on those bottom ones.
    "Where da Pointy Rocks"

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    Quote Originally Posted by mark adams View Post
    Roger did you notice anything interestingly rare about that Albany.
    Killer Friley and San Patrice.
    Looks broke for one thing---also a right hand angle on the curved " shave ' ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Panola View Post
    Looks broke for one thing---also a right hand angle on the curved " shave ' ?


    Not broke, has a hairline of black material running through it.

    Righthand bevel must be the mentioned rare feature. My Albanys are all lefthand, and my Red River Knives are righthand. Maybe one culture pushed the tool, and the other culture pulled the tool.


    On the honeycomb I am sticking with honeycomb after looking at all the images I could find of other stuff. OneOneNiner can weigh in, but I dont think he is finding any other fossils or sea creatures, just petrified wood.

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    Yes Roger thats it out of all the ones we found last year only one of Marks was made that way, maybe the difference is right and left handed Indians?

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    yes right hand bevel is rare, and thats a killer one left or right.

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    Isn't right or left hand bevel determined by the knapper when it is being resharpened,,,weather it was held tip up or tip down. maybe Knife River will explain this.



    Quote Originally Posted by Palmwood View Post
    Not broke, has a hairline of black material running through it.

    Righthand bevel must be the mentioned rare feature. My Albanys are all lefthand, and my Red River Knives are righthand. Maybe one culture pushed the tool, and the other culture pulled the tool.


    On the honeycomb I am sticking with honeycomb after looking at all the images I could find of other stuff. OneOneNiner can weigh in, but I dont think he is finding any other fossils or sea creatures, just petrified wood.
    Never fry bacon naked,,

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    thats isnt a gator scute, and im pretty sure it isnt honey comb, i have thousands of those. never really found out what it is. but its not honey comb.

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    Never fry bacon naked,,

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    By George, you nailed it.

    Glad to know what it is. Hate that my COA career only lasted one paper.

 

 
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