Is This The Last Great Humboldt Midnight Lace Lance?  by F. Scott Crawford 2008 A.D.
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Triple Flow/Midnight Lace "Humboldt" Style Spear Point ... 2008 A.D.
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Quartz Crystal
Dalton Style Spear Point
Produced with exceptional parallel oblique pressure flaking, this "Paleo-Indian"
or "Archaic" Dalton style spear point will add a glowing centerpiece to your
collection.
A friend located a source of pure quartz crystal, in sufficient size for
knapping.  Manufactured for use in communications equipment, this quartz
crystal is pure and without cracks or bubbles.
Quartz crystal pressure flakes with a unique and distinctive pattern, so you can
tell the difference between crystal and glass.  Made in 2007 A.D.  5" x 1-1/4".  
#FSC-57N  SOLD.  
Paleo-Indian Agate Basin style spear point of black obsidian -- 2009 AD
Paleo Indian "Agate Basin" Style Obsidian Lance or Spear Point -- 2009 A.D.
Classically shaped and pressure flaked Paleo-Indian period Agate Basin style lance or spear point.  
These were used at the same time and after the Clovis type weapons which are so famous for their
uniquely thinned, fluted bases.  The Agate Basin point is just not fluted, so it has the lens shaped
cross section for the full length of the blade.  Made of transparent, black obsidian from eastern
Oregon.  Made in 2009 A.D.  6-1/2" x 1-5/8".  
#FSC-2009-AB  SOLD.  
Translucent Black Obsidian
Dalton Style Spear Point
Finished by hand with exceptional oblique pressure retouch flaking for its
final razor sharp edges, this “Paleo-Indian” or “Archaic” period Dalton style
spear point or knife blade will add a beautiful centerpiece to your collection.
Shown here with side lighting so you can see the flaking scars on this “Riley
Black” obsidian which comes from a private quarry some 30 miles east of
Glass Buttes in eastern Oregon.  Made in 2008 A.D., from a ground
preform, all by hand held pressure flaking.  
Measures 8-1/4” long by 2” wide, 5/16” at the thickest spot.  
#FSC-2009A     SOLD  
"Triple-Flow/Midnight Lace"
Obsidian
"Humboldt" Style Spear Point
Finished by hand with exceptional oblique pressure retouch flaking for its final
razor sharp edges, this “Paleo-Indian” or “Archaic” period Humboldt style
spear point or knife blade will add a beautiful centerpiece to your collection.
Shown here with side lighting so you can see the flaking scars on this “Midnight
Lace” obsidian which comes from Glass Buttes in eastern Oregon.  Made in
2008 A.D., from a ground preform, all by hand held pressure flaking.  
Measures 7-3/4” long by 1-3/4” wide, 5/16” at the thickest spot.  
#FSC-2008MNL    SOLD  
"Rainbow" Obsidian
Cascade Style Spear Point
This late “Paleo-Indian” or early “Archaic” period Cascade or Early Leaf style
spear point or knife blade, such as was commonly used in the Pacific
Northwest, will add an impressive and beautiful centerpiece to your collection.
Shown here in winter-time snow, to remind us of the Ice Age development of
human cultures in North America.  You can see the excellent flaking scars on
this transparent “Rainbow” obsidian from Glass Buttes in eastern Oregon.  
Made in 2009 A.D., from a large chunk, first reduced by soft hammer
percussion, and then finished with hand held parallel oblique pressure flaking.  
Measures 7” long by 2-1/4” wide, 7/16” at the thickest spot.  
#FSC-2009RBW     $250.00  
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Rainbow obsidian Cascade style spear point or knife blade -- made 2009 A.D. -- late Paleo-Indian or early Archaic style point from www.Stonebreaker-FSC.com
Rainbow obsidian from Glass Buttes in Oregon -- Cascade style spear point -- made 2009 A.D.
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