Illinois 4 1/8" Hardin Point/ Avon Chert ( Daltonman )

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  • Item Category: Ethnic, Folk & Native American Art
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Jul 05,2008
  • Channel: Online Auction

I don't normally list high dollar points on Ebay , but I need to make room for a few more collections I am in the process of buying. I want to keep the best selection of artifacts for all my Ebay customers. These 5 points from illinois are not papered but I quarantee them to be authentic. If you send them away and they dont paper, I will pay for all your costs including the paper.

I am going to list many auctions tonight. Many of you have bought off me at shows (Daltonman). You know my artifacts are good.I am making room for another collection that I am about to purchase in 3 weeks. Everything I offer is going to have No Reserve and is guaranteed to authenticate under my 2 week policy. If you send it away and it does not paper, send it back and I will return you money minus the shipping.Please feel free to bid with confidence on these items. All the pieces will start at $1.00 so go crazy and have fun. Please feel free to contact me if you have questions. Shipping is $6.00 and $1.80 for one hundred dollars of insurance. Mulitple auctions can be combined up to $100.00 and depending on weight also. No international purchases, so please don't bid. I will not mail it to you if you are outside the country.Personal checks will need to clear the bank for 7 days.Check out my Ebay rating.

is a 4 1/8" Hardin point that is very well made and made of a very colorful Avon chert. It has the original sticker on it that says St. Clair County.The finder hunted between th 50,s and the 60,s.It is a G 9 plus. It has excellant secondary workmanship, thin and values over $1000.00. Another great relic starting at a buck.Guaranteed to paper with anyone you choose.

Good luck Daltonman!

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