Antler Bone & Shell Artifacts: Identification & Value Guide
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Antler Bone & Shell Artifacts: Identification & Value Guide

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The finest North American Indian artifacts were made of organic materials, and luckily many survive. Materials used include the most common, bone, plus antler, shell, fur, ivory, and horn. Artifact classes range from projectile points and awls to fishhooks, gorgets, beads, and more. Collectors today value such pieces because of their artistic beauty and rarity. Most of the...more
Paperback, 368 pages
Published December 1st 2005 by Collector Books
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