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Old 10-18-2017, 09:43 PM
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Smile A couple more for the gurus....

First let me say that there is no way for me to repay you guys for all the knowledge that guys have been just giving away here on the forum for folks like me who love hunting points, but have no idea what we're finding , so I will just say " Thank you "

The leaf shaped one on the right I found in a river bottom corn field while taking a break from fishing the Blackburn Fork in Overton County Tennessee around 2007 ish ?

I found the teardrop shaped one on the left on my family's farm in Walker County Georgia sometime in the early 70's.

I would love to have all of your opinions on what they are.

Again thanks fellas, ....Tentwing
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The one on the right is an early-stage unfinished preform. I would call the one on the left a late-stage unfinished preform.
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Old 10-20-2017, 08:55 PM
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Thanks NC.
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