Primitive Stone Points

Primitive Stone Points
We are pleased to present the 3 styles of points most commonly used by primitive American tribes. They are finely crafted by skillful carvers in North America. The Paleolithic Amerindian used stone to make weapons and tools. Three types of points are generally recognized. "Colvis" or Llano (-9200 to -8000 BC) was the most widespread point. It is leaf-shaped and is associated with hunters of giant mammoth and bison. The second type of point is the "Folsom" or "Lindenmeier" used by the tribes of New Mexico and Colorado (-9000 to -5000 BC). This point is distinguished typically by a groove, about 2 / 3 of its length, probably to facilitate its binding onto the shaft of a spear. The third type of point is the Sandia (-9100 to -8000 BC) recognized by a pronounced notch at the base.
Clovis Stone Point
PR01 - Clovis 18 cm - $ 95.00
Flint Lance Point
- Folsom Point -

Sandia Stone Point
PR03 - Sandia 14 cm - $ 95.00

Our inventory changes often, contact us for the available points and arrowheads.
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