A new cast from the authentic original. A fine example of a classic Hopewell, a culture in the Woodland Period around 2,500 to 1500 years BP in the Eastern U.S. The point measures 3 and 3/8ths inches long and the original was made in Flint Ridge flint. To find out more about this point and the culture that it came from SEE ITEM
ADENA KNIFE CAST $38
A new cast in 2014, of a very large example of an authentic stone knife from the Adena Culture of the Late Archaic/Early Woodland in the Ohio region. The original made in Carter Cave chert, it measures 7 and 15/16th inches long. See ITEM for more details.
SNYDERS POINT CAST $22
A cast of the authentic original from Knox County, Ohio. Made in beautiful Flint Ridge flint and measuring 76mms long, it is considered one of the best known examples of the type. Snyders points date back to the Hopewell Culture of the Ohio Valley(around 2,000 BP to 300 AD). SEE ITEM
DICKSON POINT CAST $18
This example of a Dickson point measures 99mm long, and was made in a white banded chert. It was found in Independence County, Arkansas. Dicksons are found in the area of Illinois and Missouri, and date to around 2,100 to 2,500 years ago. It was sent to Occpaleo for casting in 2011, after molding of the authentic original. (COA Stermer, Western Typology 2008) (SEE ITEM)