What are Bannerstones? How do you identify Bannerstones? Those are all great questions and arrowheads.com has many articles below to learn from Bannerstone professionals like David L. Lutz, and more.
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(Terry McGuire photo) Hardstone banners from upper left: horned with shaft flute, 2.8″, Illinois. green quartz horned 2.75″ Southern Illinois. granite horned 3.25″, Mercer Co., OH. Wisconsin winged 4″, St.
Bill Koup Albuquerque, New Mexico The Butterfly or Winged bannerstone of banded slate is probably the most popular and sought after form of bannerstone among collectors. Few other bannerstones attract
J. Neal Brown, Ph.D., Natchez, Mississippi Originally Published in the Central States Archaeological Journal, Vol.55, No.1, pg.40 The tubular type bannerstone was a favorite of the Benton Culture. Many tubular