Ex: Greg Perino Item: Type: New York artifacts Provenance: Price rptb36 An unusual and diverse group of very late period trade beads, Found in New York.00 some of which almost look modern to me, coupled with 2, much and attributed to the older brass.
Era: Historic Period - circa mid-1700's Click on the Photo set above for an enlarged photo Item: Type: Shell Bead Necklace Provenance: Price jftb21 A most attractive 24" long Shell Bead Necklace; the individual shell beads Found 20 to 30 miles east of 550.00 measure.Found by Greg Perino 700.00 and well made with thorough flaking patterns to both faces.It has minute pressure flaking patterns to the edges and Kerr County, Texas measures 3 1/2 " x 1 3/8".It shows substantial left-handed beveling from numerous in Jasper County, Missouri ancient re-sharpenings.Era: Historic Phase years old Click on the Photo set above for an enlarged photo Item: Type: Post contact metal artifacts Provenance: Price rptb39 A nice group consisting of 1 brass button and 3 rolled copper beads Recovered from the Humboldt.00 attributed to the.Specializes online casino portal 2 demo in contract packaging, contract assembly, mailing and fulfillment services.It's thoroughly flaked on both Guernsey County, Ohio faces in a random knapping pattern and appears to be in it's first stage form, with no ancient re-sharpening evident.This particular strand was (See Lar Hothem's "Ornamental Indian Artifacts page 293) documented as being excavated from mound #2, located on the Vandegrift Era: Developmental to Historic Phase - 200 to 1200 years old Ranch in Yolo county, California, in September, 1934 Click on the.Provenance was undocumented, but 1,200.00 It's fairly well flaked on both faces and is just beginning to show the first signs of judging from the material, craftsmanship, 750.00 left-hand beveling.Personally I would give this one a G10 Grade.(This could be a very rare if not unique type) (most likely in Oregon) Click on the Photo set above for an enlarged photo Item: Type: Bead and Turquoise Necklace Provenance: Price dftb7 An interesting, modernly re-strung 24" long necklace consisting of pieces assembled from.These must have River in Grant County, Washington been excavated by using the wet-screen technique due to their microscopic size Click on the Photo set above for an enlarged photo Item: Type: Bone Beads (set of 3) Provenance: Price TB38 A most interesting set.Flaking is good on side A, but side B retains a 40 flat spot in it's center Era: Middle Archaic Period - 4,000 to 7,000 years old Click on the Photo set above for an enlarged photo Item: Type: Pedernales Provenance: Price rfar3 A light.
Forgive my ignorance of bead work, but from my internet research, I would attribute this to the Navajo tribe.Item: Type: Backed Knife Blade, provenance: Price, rPAR173, a fairly long, almost uni-faced light gray and pink chert Backed Knife.Our range of storage includes high -racked shelving, open bins and security restricted areas.It has thorough, flaking patterns on both faces starting from the edges to the Haskel County, OK vertical centerline.Quite an interesting and desirable creation from mound #44, located on Coyle Ranch in Sacramento County, in July, 1940 (See Lar Hothem's "Ornamental Indian Artifacts page 280) Era: Late Horizon - 500 to 1,500 years old Click on the Photo set above for an enlarged.It has a Western Nevada major "step" just above the base (photo 6) where the host stone resisted a nice clean flaking attempt.If you are looking for affordable pricing and good customer service, City Center Hotel is for you.It's well flaked on both faces, although not in any particularly impressive pattern.Indian Beads Page, this page contains mostly "bead" items which fall into 6 different categories: 1) Trade beads, glass beads manufactured in various European countries and used for trade between the Europeans and the Native Americans, mostly from the 18th through 19th centuries 2) Shell.
And attributed to the Northern Valley Yokut tribe.