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Molded from an original authentic Crowfield, found in New Castle in Lawrence County, Pa.   Sent to Occpaleo in2012,  this small point measures 46mm long and 34mm wide, in a brownish chert.   Dates for Crowfield are around 11,000 years ago, which puts them in the Late Paleoindian Period.  The type site is in Ontario, Canada, and most found in the US are from the area of New York and Pennsylvania.   Crowfields are a rare type of Paleo point, and they are known for their extreme thinness and long flutes, usually one much longer on the convex side of a biface made on curved flake.   This fine example has been resharpened after use.  (COA Stermer 2008)(COA Partain 2008) (cast copyright Occpaleo 2018)

Pa Crowfield Cast

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