Ancient Indian Artifacts, Vol. 2
This volume in the Collecting Indian Artifacts series focuses on those artifacts which were carefully flaked from stone over the thousands of years that make up America's prehistoric past. Weapons such as arrowheads, dart points, and spear tips are covered in depth, but also discussed are the multitude of other artifact tool types that were manufactured long ago. Large hoes and spades were made for cultivating crops; drills, awls, and reamers for crafting items from slate, wood, leather, and skins; and axes, celts, adzes, and chisels for chopping and woodworking were flaked into shape by ancient man in North America. With over 25 years experience in the artifact collecting community including operating one of the nations fastest growing prehistoric artifact auction houses, the author has compiled hundreds of full-color photos of authentic artifacts from across the country along with their associated values to give the reader a well rounded and comprehensive understanding of the many types of flint relics being collected and their current collectible value in today's market. 2010 values.