One of the spielen mit geld jga more rare forms for abalone shell pendants.
Item: Type: Drilled Abalone "Anchor" Shell Pendant, provenance: Price, gBBO66.
Score marks along a single edge, giving this piece the resemblance to a "Comb".Click on the Photo set above for an enlarged photo Item: Type: Clam Shell Pendant Provenance: Price jcbo6 A highly unusual drilled Clam Shell Pendant which is as perfect Recovered from.00 as the day it was made with no damage whatsoever.Sites along the Mississippi River Era: Proto-historic to Historic Periods Ex: Greg Perino Click on the Photo set above for an enlarged photo Item: Type: rare Museum Grade Incised Californian Pendant Provenance: Price sdbo1 An extremely rare ground slate incised, drilled and scored Pendant having.Martine's logbook as being located on the Era: Late Horizon, 900 to 1500.D.Click on the Photo set above for an enlarged photo.Martine at an ancient village site in the 130.00 which has a single drilled suspension hole.This includes bannerstones as well as gorgets.Decorative score marks to it's edges.Ranch, 22 miles from Sacramento, California near Tree mound.
I've never seen anything remotely similar to this great assemblage!
Martine at an ancient village site in the 110.00 has 2 drilled suspension holes and an additional array of drilled decorative circular Sacramento Valley, within 40 miles of Sacramento, California.
Californian incised stone pendants are extremely rare and this one is listed on the COA as a "Museum quality piece"!
It's made from a normally very colorful shell material, Sacramento Valley, within 40 miles of Sacramento, California.
(For the size and craftsmanship, California, most likely and the fact that it wasn't used as a pipe, Santa Barbara County I'm gonna go out on a limb and offer my opinion of this piece as being a shaman's healing tube) It is published.A very striking, rare and highly colorful iridescent Abalone.Tom Davis gives this one a well deserved G10 grade.Era: Historic Phase -.Davis COA (G10) Item: Type: Provenance: Price bmbo1 A rare and attractive green banded slate Recovered in 750.00 banner stone, measuring 4-3/16 x 2-7/16 Warren county, Ohio Davis COA (G5 ) Item: Type: Provenance: Price gbbo3 A reddish-brown ground and polished Provenance 200.00 slate drilled.(I doubt the opinion that it's related to pottery, because pottery was all but unknown in this state during the time in question) Jackson COA Era: Late Prehistoric Period - 500.D.