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Prehistoric Native American stone celt, an ungrooved axe, pecked and ground with a beautiful heavy polish to the bit, the hard stone looks like granite, US Midwest, the shape is called excurvate  ...
Prehistoric Native American stone celt, an ungrooved axe, pecked and ground with a beautiful heavy polish to the bit, the hard stone looks like granite, US Midwest, the shape is called excurvate  ...
Prehistoric Native American stone celt, an ungrooved axe, pecked and ground with a beautiful heavy polish to the bit, the hard stone looks like granite, US Midwest, the shape is called excurvate  ...
Prehistoric Native American stone celt, an ungrooved axe, pecked and ground with a beautiful heavy polish to the bit, the hard stone looks like granite, US Midwest, the shape is called excurvate  ...
Prehistoric Native American stone celt, an ungrooved axe, pecked and ground with a beautiful heavy polish to the bit, the hard stone looks like granite, US Midwest, the shape is called excurvate  ...
Prehistoric Native American stone celt, an ungrooved axe, pecked and ground with a beautiful heavy polish to the bit, the hard stone looks like granite, US Midwest, the shape is called excurvate  ...
Prehistoric Native American stone celt, an ungrooved axe, pecked and ground with a beautiful heavy polish to the bit, the hard stone looks like granite, US Midwest, the shape is called excurvate  ...
Prehistoric Native American stone celt, an ungrooved axe, pecked and ground with a beautiful heavy polish to the bit, the hard stone looks like granite, US Midwest, the shape is called excurvate  ...
Prehistoric Native American stone celt, an ungrooved axe, pecked and ground with a beautiful heavy polish to the bit, the hard stone looks like granite, US Midwest, the shape is called excurvate  ...
Prehistoric Native American stone celt, an ungrooved axe, pecked and ground with a beautiful heavy polish to the bit, the hard stone looks like granite, us Midwest, the shape is called excurvate - edge, these celts are mostly found in Woodland Period contexts, so most likely 1500 to 3000 years old, the approximate size is 7 inches by 3 inches, some pitting and nibbling on the bit, #1121, shipping is extra
price:  $300.00US