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This is a Paleo-Indian Arrowhead and Implement Group from Central and South America, 10000-5000 BC.

The group consists of four antique glazed display cases comprising: case A, containing eight stone flakes mounted with inked '8 Splinters found in Indian graves, Pena Blanca' label (glass lid missing); case B, containing six stone arrowheads of various forms mounted with inked '6 Arrowheads in process of formation, Indian graves, Pena Blanca' label; case C, containing six stone arrowheads of various forms mounted with inked '6 Arrowheads in process of formation, Indian graves, Pena Blanca' label; case H, containing three stone flake implements mounted with 'Stone fragments in Indian mounds east of Atacama, N. Chile, S. America' label.

Provenance: Property of a gentleman; formerly in a 19th century collection; found Pena Blanca, New Mexico and Atacama, Northern Chile, in the 1800s.

The cases are the original ones from the 1800s and each measure 180mm x 115mm and weigh a total of 620 grams. The artefacts are in very fine condition and a collection such as these are very rare.

Price: 190.00




 
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PC152 Central and South American Stone Arrowhead and Implement Group
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