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NATIVE AMERICAN INDIAN BONE AND ORGANIC ARTIFACTS AND MORE a group of well over 75 various items, the majority bone tools such as awls, punches, spatula, perforators, hooks, pins (greatest length 9.5 inches) together with other artifacts, 3 shell pendants, copper rings, shell ornaments, bear and elk teeth, relic metal trade point, pipe bowl fragment and some stone tools. Mostly circa 1750-1850, some items earlier.

NATIVE AMERICAN INDIAN BONE AND ORGANIC ARTIFACTS AND MORE a group of well over 75 various items, the majority bone tools such as awls, punches, spatula, perforators, hooks, pins (greatest length 9.5 inches) together with other artifacts, 3 shell pendants, copper rings, shell ornaments, bear and elk teeth, relic metal trade point, pipe bowl fragment and some stone tools. Mostly circa 1750-1850, some items earlier.

SOLD! Weeping Eye Shell Mask, Etowah Mounds, GA

A so-called "Weeping Eye" small shell mask, Etowah Mounds, Georgia, ca., with associated shell necklace. This motif is central to Southeastern Ceremonial Complex--or "Southern Death Cult"--iconography and is said to represent a Warrior Cult.

Shell Mask Gorget From Illinois

Picture and description of a shell mask gorget from Schuyler County, Illinois.

“Love never dies a natural death. It dies because we don't know how to replenish its source. It dies of blindness and errors and betrayals. It dies of illness and wounds; it dies of weariness, of witherings, of tarnishings.

Engraved Ohio pipestone earspool, Feurt Village Site, Fort Ancient, Scioto County, Ohio. Collection of Stephen Parfitt, Springfield Illinois.

Engraved Ohio pipestone earspool, Feurt Village Site, Fort Ancient, Scioto County, Ohio. Collection of Stephen Parfitt, Springfield Illinois.

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