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Mississippian Points

 
 

 

 
 

Mississippian Indian (1,250 - 550 yrs) projectile points, arrowheads sale. Free shipping offer. Guaranteed authentic, affordable, colorful.

 
 

Corn was one of the most productive plants cultivated by Native American Indians and it changed life: It provided ample food for winter and seed for spring. The climate change allowed an increased investment in agriculture. The resulting social and religious expansion gave rise to a new way of life. And because the hub of this sociological revolution occurred in the Mississippi River valley, this time of abundance was called the Mississippian Period. While large game such as bison, elk and deer were still being hunted with Woodland style points, personal adornment with feathers became important - as evident in the multitude of bird points left behind.

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We don’t sell freshly chipped-out, perfectly-shaped agate arrowheads. We sell REAL authentic Indian artifacts guaranteed thousands of years old. I go to auctions across Illinois and purchase estate collections. Many of these Indian artifacts were originally collected in the 1920s – 1970s.
 
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*Collector markings are removable with acetone (fingernail polish remover).

 

 
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"Just wanted to say thanks for the great little points. After viewing them under a glass ... they are the real deal" T. Eddington, IL

P336m
Type: Bird Point
Length: 7/8<”
Material: Beige Flint
Age: Mississippian (1,250 to 550 BP)
Provenance: Peoria County, IL
Date found: Hanna City, IL auction, March 2004
$19    
SOLD

 

P339m
Type: Bird Point
Length: 1.0>”
Material: Pink Flint
Age: Mississippian (1,250 to 550 BP)
Provenance: Peoria County, IL
Date found: Hanna City, IL auction, March 2004
$22   

 

P341m
Type: Turkey Point
Length: 1 1/4”
Material: Light Gray Flint
Age: Mississippian (1,250 to 550 BP)
Provenance: Peoria County, IL
Date found: Hanna City, IL auction, March 2004
$29    

 

P344m
Type: Double Side Notch
Length: 1 1/4<”
Material: Obsidian
Age: Mississippian (1,250 to 550 BP)
Comment: Black volcanic glass is rare in this region and was likely the result of trade with western regions.
Provenance: Peoria County, IL
Date found: Hanna City, IL auction, March 2004
$37   
SOLD

 

P345m
Type: Corner Notch
Length: 3/4>”
Material: Beige Flint
Age: Early Mississippian (1,250 to 1,000 BP)
Provenance: Peoria County, IL
Date found: Hanna City, IL auction, March 2004
$17   
SOLD

 

P283m
Type: Side Notch
Length: 1.0>”
Material: Light Gray Flint
Age: Early Mississippian (1,250 to 1,000 BP)
Provenance: Peoria County, IL
Acquisition: 2012 Spoon River Scenic Drive from an independent dealer.
$22 
SOLD

 

P267m
Type: Side Notch Gem Point
Length: 1.0> ”
Material: Smoke Flint
Age: Early Mississippian (1,250 to 1,000 BP)
Comments: Recovered from Spoon River bottomland in the 1950s near Williamsfield, IL where many of the figurines on this website were found. From the Glen R. Kneer Collection.
Provenance: Knox CO. IL, Site 2601.A
$69 

 

P236
Type: Bird Point
Length: 11/16"
Material: Necro Flint
Age: Mississippian (1,250 to 550 BP)
Probable Usage: Small game, large birds.
Provenance: Henderson CO, IL
Date found: Purchased from independent dealer in Galesburg IL, Mar. 2012

$11 
SOLD 

 

Item #: P48
Type: Cahokia notched arrowhead
Length: 1 1/8<”
Material: Cream flint
Age: Mississippian (1,250 to 550 BP)
Probable Usage: Arrow point (Hard to find)
Provenance: Dahinda, Illinois; Knox County;  Spoon River Bottom
Date found: Illinois farm auction, Sept. 2009
Price: $65   
SOLD

Mississippian Cahokia projectile point 48bMississippian Cahokia projectile point 48a

 

Item #: P49
Type: Cahokia, Un-notched arrowhead
Length: 1 1/4>”
Material: Cream flint
Age: Mississippian (1,250 to 550 BP)
Probable Usage: Arrow point (Hard to find)
Provenance: Dahinda, Illinois; Knox County;  Spoon River Bottom
Date found: Illinois farm auction, Sept. 2009
Price: $55  
SOLD

Mississippian Cahokia projectile point 49aMississippian Cahokia projectile point 49b

 

 Our Guarantee

All artifacts presented here from the Spoon River and other sites are guaranteed to be unaltered originals. We abide by these strict Rules of Conduct for fairness in trade: One, We do not knowingly or intentionally sale reproduction artifacts. If the original broken surfaces on any tested point by an independent laboratory prove these pieces to be historic, then return it and we will refund to you, in full, the price of the artifact; Two, If for any other reason you are unhappy with your purchase, you have 14 days to return the item for a full refund, excluding return shipping charges, no questions asked. All returned items must however be received in the original condition for a full refund. Three, we maintain a strict smoke- and pet-free environment. Arrowheads and Stone Age tools from neighboring Spoon River valley sites are also available.

Steve and Delores Hampton
paleoart@centurylink.net

Affordable AUTHENTIC Native American Indian ARROWHEADS sale

Return Policy

Items may be returned undamaged for a full refund (minus PayPal fees and return shipping cost) within 14 days of purchase. Buyer is fully responsible for the secure packaging of the returned article.

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