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Morgan Hardin



I found these arrowheads in Kentucky and need some identification/worth amount on them if possible. Please!


Rod Fritz
Hi out there, I was wondering if anyone could possibly help me to identify this bag (pictures included). I believe the shoulder strap and brass rivets were added later in its life, since its construction and size do not match the rest of the bag. It is all hand stitched. The leather is thick, heavy and stiff. Thanks for any help you can give me. Sincerely, Rod

louis


I found these pieces on the beach eroding out of sandstone,they are middle to late stone age and were made by the ancestors of the san and khoisan people.
They are a blade a spearpoint and sum scrapers.







Cody Martin

Indain Artifact Auction - March 2nd, 2013 at 10:00a.m.

Location:  Cooper County Youth Fairgrounds
                      16899 Dunkles Rd
                      Boonville, MO 65233

Go to www.martinauctioncompany.com for a complete listing and photos. 
Featured items with certificates of authenticity by Maury Meadows:
Banner Stone Preform
Flint Celt
     


Steve

I am trying to find those who have spoken about the anthracite coal found in Portsmouth, R.I. because I have a report of the chemical analysis of that coal from the late 1800's that is quite detailed concerning this type of anthracite coal.

I am looking for a similar type report for the coal found at the Viking Western Settlement in Greenland in the 1930's by a Helge Ingstad.  Any help here??? Could we finally have definitive proof of Viking voyages to the new world, mainly into Narragansett Bay well before Columbus???


Haas


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