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Era: Early to Mid-Archaic Period - 5,000 to 10,000 years old.
This one shows traces of ancient damage to it's barbs and it also shows obvious re-working which reduced it's original size, but any damaged areas were anciently re-worked so they're no longer obvious.
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It's SE Oklahoma (NFI) only flaw is a substantial "flat spot" on one edge at the horizontal centerline.
It has a small, slight, in Calhoun County, Illinois more recent nick to one edge near it's basal section, but is otherwise "all there" and just perfect.
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