FLINT ROCK—ITS USE AND VALUE
FLINT ROCK—ITS USE AND VALUE—Is a flint stone that Is pointed on both ends an unfinished arrowhead or is it some other Indian relic? It is about three inches long. What is its value?
This seems to be an arrow shaft scraper; if you will look at the ends, you will find a little curved dent, and by trying this on a stick of wood, I think, you will find it shaves with the grain, as in arrow making. I’ve found dozens of them. You may get anywhere from five cents to half a dollar for it from some collector or dealer in curios.
Harding, A.R.. 3001 Questions and Answers. Columbus, Oh: A.R. Harding, 1913.
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