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  • AvatarKeokukCoboy
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    Very nice find. The first few pics sort of threw me off. Sizing the photos up helped. Thanks for sharing it with us.

    AvatarTomcat
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    The Skunk River Artifact show is June 18th in Sigourney. There will be quite a few experts there that can tell you a lot about your axe. This show is known for it’s hardstone. Get there early, as the show will be over by early afternoon. Great find, congrats!

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    Quote by: Tomcat

    The Skunk River Artifact show is June 18th in Sigourney. There will be quite a few experts there that can tell you a lot about your axe. This show is known for it’s hardstone. Get there early, as the show will be over by early afternoon. Great find, congrats!

    Thanks Tomcat. I cant make that one but I see that there are 2 more later in the year that should work. Thanks everyone

    AvatarMISSION
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    I have a match to that, same concave bottom. rough guess 3500 years old. go to treasurenet or arrowheads.com and you can hear from some experts and get great detailed info

    Avatargreydog
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    that will make your day

    AvatarCEBCEB
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    Quote by: MISSION

    I have a match to that, same concave bottom. rough guess 3500 years old. go to treasurenet or arrowheads.com and you can hear from some experts and get great detailed info

    Thanks for the info.

    AvatarMaverick
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    Sweet find! I still vividly remember the moment I found my first (and only) axe head. You won’t forget this one for a long time. Congrats on a nice piece!

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    Quote by: Maverick

    Sweet find! I still vividly remember the moment I found my first (and only) axe head. You won’t forget this one for a long time. Congrats on a nice piece!

    You are correct. Thank you

    I am interested in finding out how old this axe is and what people did with an axe head such as this during this time period

    Avatartraveler
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    Congrats on the axe, gives me incentive to find time and get out this spring. Lots of info at http://archaeology.uiowa.edu/ to browse through.

    AvatarFintopher
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    Lucky have been rocking for years and never found an axe. Yours looks full and in great shape.

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    It would be nice to be able to see the pictures.

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    Quote by: wmgeorge64

    It would be nice to be able to see the pictures.

    you can

    bigbuck31ptbigbuck31pt
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    Quote by: wmgeorge64

    It would be nice to be able to see the pictures.

    you can

    I can’t either for some reason

    "In The Wind He's Still Alive" RIP Scott Ferris

    Avatarbeniah1066
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    Photobucket went to being a paid subscription I believe. Something like $99 a year if you want to link.

    Avatarwmgeorge64
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    Gee why would I say I can not “see” the pictures If I could. Never have an issue on other websites and trust me I am on a Lot of them!! And I am not paying $99 a year.

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