Artifacts Museum - Flint : Early Archaic
The Early Archaic Period ( as it exists in Missouri ) is generally excepted to be between 10,000 B.P. - 7,000 B.P. This tradition started with the extinction of the megafauna. New lithic technology was created to exploit the hunting of the smaller game. Many of the points made at this time were bevel resharpened and very finely made.
A killer Dovetail from Madison Co Illinois. This is in my personal collection. It is made from high grade Burlington.
This beautiful Allen point came from St Clair Co Illinois and is made from Cobden chert.
A cool Sloan Dalton we have for sale with a Rogers' COA. The COA claims it was part of the Payne Collection. It comes from St Clair Co Illinois.
I bought this from a buddy of mine in Southern Illinois. It is the best Stillwell I have ever owned.
We picked up this huge first stage Dovetail at the 2018 Lake Ozark Show. It is Ex James Lenz and Ex Russ Hobson. It was a creek find in Howard County Missouri.
A beautiful early Hardin made from killer St Louis Green material.
A fantastic Eden from Wisconsin.
This was found in the town of Jonesboro in Craighead Co Arkansas. Crowley's Ridge runs right past this town!
A great Dalton from St Clair Co Illinois. Someone tagged it as a Meserve point, but I believe it to be a Dalton.
This Dovetail was found in Mississippi and is crafted from a beautiful material!