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NE Oklahoma Artifacts 3 years 3 months ago #21164

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Hey everyone! I just signed up so I am new to the sight and fairly new to arrowhead hunting. I thought I would get online and see everyone else's great find and share mine as well. I'm going to try to identify the ones I have found and would like know everyone else's input because, like I said, I am new to this. I know 0 about the materials used so i'm just going to guess at the type. Thanks!
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Re:NE Oklahoma Artifacts 3 years 3 months ago #21165

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Ok, had to fix the pics... now for my guesses.
The big on on the right and in the stand alone picture. I'm guessing an archaic knife or a Lerma or Refugio... I love the colors in it, my favorite.

The broken one on the left.. Dalton?

Top bird point... Haskel?

Middle... Washita?

And bottom... Morris?

Like I said i'm new to all this and am just basing it off the identifier website... Any feedback or wisdom is much appreciated!
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Re:NE Oklahoma Artifacts 3 years 3 months ago #21169

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Great color on that blade!
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Re: NE Oklahoma Artifacts 3 years 3 months ago #21172

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Not sure but the three "beads" on top are crinoid stem sections (fossils). Nice finds! I like the one of the left, must've looked magnificent.
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Re:NE Oklahoma Artifacts 3 years 3 months ago #21174

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First pic I would guess Lerma Rounded Base - Early Archaic 10-7,000 B.P.
Missing tip Dalton Hemphill - Early Archaic
For the little birdies top to bottom I would guess:
Washita
Washita
Haskell
I may be wrong on the types, but feel pretty confident the biries are Mississippian - 1,300-400 B.P.
Sorry I am no help on material. Again these are just my best guesses as to types I may be wrong, but it's a place to start any way. Very nice group of points you have there!
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