Select "Clovis" Style Spear Points From Talented Modern Knappers
Here are a few more special "Clovis" Paleo-Indian culture style points which are available from this StoneBreaker-FSC.net web site.  This selection of "new
Stone Age" Clovis style spear heads, lance points and dart points is made from a wide selection of North American knapping materials, by several skilled
knappers across the continent.  Perhaps a couple of them were even made by knappers who lived at the end of the Ice Age, when this style of spear point
was invented and used in the hunting of large game, such as mammoths and giant bison.  This collection has been assembled over the past few years, and
is made available to our customers to let you see the variety of materials and the variety of interpretations of the famous and treasured Clovis cultural style
flint knapping.  This style of hunting weapon is the first distinctive cultural style which is known from early inhabitants all across North America.
We always ship every piece fully insured for its full value, to protect your interest and our own.  This service is included in the price specified either here on
our web site or in our periodically produced "New Stone Age" catalogs.
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you order through PayPal, each purchase is a separate transaction.  As my site gets larger, I hope to include a multiple-order shopping cart system with
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PayPal, I will be able to combine shipping for you.  Simply add a note to the orders about combining shipping, and I will hold the shipment until you notify me
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Clovis Spear Point -- Novaculite Flint -- 2007 A.D.
"Clovis" Style Spear Point of
Novaculite -- 2007 A.D.
Classically shaped percussion and
pressure flaked Paleo Indian period
Clovis style spear point.  Made of
heat treated, white porcelain
Novaculite flint from Arkansas.  
Obtained in 2007 A.D., from an
Arkansas flint knapper.  Front flute
reaches 2" from the base, back flute
reaches 1-1/2".  4-1/2" long x 1-3/8"
wide.
 #ARK-33A  SOLD
"Clovis" Lance or Dart Point of Knife River Flint -- 2007 A.D.
Classically shaped by soft hammer percussion and finished by pressure flaking, Paleo Indian period
Clovis style dart or lance point.  Made of heat treated, Knife River Flint from North Dakota.  Made in 2007
A.D., by Mike Santiago.  Front flute reaches 2-3/4" from the base, back flute reaches 1-7/8".  This Clovis
style point is 4-11/16" long x 1-9/16" wide.
 #MS-22B  SOLD
Clovis Style Spear Point -- Knife River Flint -- 2007
Paleo-Indian Clovis Style Spear Point -- Missouri Hematite -- 2007
"Clovis" Lance or Spear Point --
Hematite -- 2007 A.D.
Classically shaped with soft hammer
percussion and finished with minimal
pressure flaking, this Paleo Indian
period
Clovis culture style spear or
lance point is another exceptional
example of the knapper's craft.  Made
of fine grained, dark brown hematite,
an iron ore found extensively in
Missouri.  
Obtained in 2007 A.D., from
a source in Illinois, from an old
collection, which claimed the point is
from Montgomery County, Missouri.
 I
suspect that this is possibly a
modern-made Clovis style point, as it
is in excellent physical condition.  
However, it is also possible for it to be
old.  The front flute reaches 1-1/2"
from the base, the back flute reaches
1-1/2" from the base.  This
exceptional Clovis style point is 3-3/4"
long x 1-1/16" wide.
 #MO-99B  SOLD
"Clovis" Lance or Spear Point of Flint
-- 2008 A.D.
Classically shaped by excellent soft
hammer percussion and minimal
pressure flaking, this Paleo Indian
period
Clovis culture style spear or
lance point is a fine example of flint
knapping.  Made of a colorful regional
flint, probably from Missouri or
Arkansas.  Obtained in 2008 A.D.,
from a source in Alabama, a long-time
dealer in artifacts and cultural items,
who attributes the point to a private
site in Knox County, Missouri.  I
suspect that this is possibly a
modern-made Clovis style point, as it
is in excellent physical condition.  
However, it is also possible for it to be
old.  The front flute reaches 2" from the
base, back flute reaches 1-5/8".  This
Clovis style point is 4-1/8" long x
1-9/16" wide.
 #MO-88A  SOLD
Clovis Style Spear Point -- Brown Flint -- 2007
Multi-Flute Clovis Style Spear Point -- Alabama Flint -- 2007
"Clovis" Lance or Spear Point of Flint
-- 2007 A.D.
Classically shaped with soft hammer
percussion and minimal pressure
flaking, this Paleo Indian period
Clovis
culture style spear or lance point is a
fine example of the knapper's craft.  
Made of a fine grained, gray flint.  
Obtained in 2007 A.D., from a source
in Alabama, a long-time dealer in
artifacts and cultural items, who
attributes the point to a private site
near the Tennessee River in
Lauderdale County, Alabama.  I
suspect that this is possibly a
modern-made Clovis style point, as it
is in good physical condition.  
However, it is also possible for it to be
old, as it appears ancient, with tip
resharpening reducing the original
length of the point.  Note the multiple
flutes on the front side.  It appears that
the first flute removed was very long,
but off center, so the skilled knapper
removed a second large flute down the
center of the piece.  The front flutes
reach 4-1/8" and 3-1/4" from the base,
the single back flute reaches 3".  This
Clovis style point is 4-13/16" long x
1-9/16" wide.
 #AL-77A  SOLD
Clovis Style Spear Point -- Quartz Crystal -- 2007
"Clovis" Lance or Spear Point of Quartz Crystal -- 2007 A.D.
Classically shaped by excellent pressure flaking, this Paleo Indian period Clovis culture style spear or lance point is an
outstanding example of flint knapping of exotic materials.  It is made from a cut slab of pure quartz crystal, which was
manufactured for the telecommunications industry.  Quartz crystal is very difficult to knapp, due to its internal molecular
structure.  Obtained in 2007 A.D., this crystal spear point was knapped by Clifford Carney from Las Vegas, Nevada.  Cliff
has worked effectively with quartz crystal, experimenting with different angles of cutting the manufactured crystal material
into slabs.  Pressure flake scars on quartz crystal feature a distinctive rippling pattern which differs dramatically from
glassy, non-crystalline materials.  The front flute reaches 2-7/8" from the base, back flute reaches 2".  This Clovis style
point is 7-1/8" long x 1-13/16" wide.
 #CC-22A   $350.00
Clovis Style Spear Point -- Quartz Crystal -- 2007
Paleo-Indian Clovis Style Spear Point -- Missouri Flint -- 2007
"Clovis" Lance or Spear Point -- Flint
Classically shaped with soft hammer
percussion and finished with very well
made pressure flaking, this Paleo
Indian period
Clovis culture style
spear or lance point is a exceptional
example of the knapper's craft.  Made
of a fine grained, tan looking flint,
possibly whiter when it was newly
made.  Obtained in 2007 A.D., from a
source in Alabama, a long-time dealer
in artifacts and cultural items, who
attributes the point to a private site
near the Wyaconda Creek in Clark
County, Missouri.  I suspect that this is
possibly a modern-made Clovis style
point, as it is in good physical
condition.  However, it is also possible
for it to be old, as it appears ancient,
with good surface patina.  Note the
impressively long flute scar on the
front side.  The front flute reaches
4-3/4" from the base, the back flute
reaches 2-1/2" from the base.  This
exceptional Clovis style point is 6-3/8"
long x 1-11/16" wide.
 #MO-99A  SOLD
"Clovis" Lance or Spear Point of
Petrified Palm Wood -- 2008 A.D.
Classically shaped by soft hammer
percussion and finished with minimal
pressure flaking, this Paleo Indian
period
Clovis culture style spear or
lance point is another fine example of
flint knapping of exotic materials.  It is
made from petrified palm wood.  The
front flute reaches 1-3/8" from the
base, back flute reaches 1-5/16".  
This Clovis style point is 4" long x
1-3/16" wide.
 #PM-22A   SOLD
Clovis Style Spear Point -- Palm Fossil -- 2008
Clovis Style Spear Point -- Obsidian -- 2005
10-7/8" Giant Size Paleo-Indian "Clovis" Mammoth Hunting Knife -- 2005 A.D.
Dramatic western style Clovis blade shaped primarily by soft hammer percussion and finished with minimal
pressure flaking, Paleo-Indian period
Clovis style knife blade.  Made of volcanic glass, translucent black obsidian
from eastern Oregon.  Made in 2005 A.D.  Front flute reaches 3-1/4" from the base of the blade, back flute reaches
2" from the base.  This Clovis style knife blade is 10-7/8" long x 3-1/2" wide, and 5/8" thick.
 #FSC-20A  $425.00
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"Clovis" Lance or Dart Point of
Knife River Flint -- 2007 A.D. --
Includes the Base Thinning Flutes!
Classically shaped by soft hammer
percussion and finished by pressure
flaking, Paleo Indian period
Clovis
style dart or lance point.  Made of
heat treated, Knife River Flint from
North Dakota.  Made in 2007 A.D., by
Mike Santiago.  Front flute reaches
1-1/4" from the base, back flute
reaches 1-1/4".  Both flutes are
included to make a unique flint
knapping display.  This Clovis style
point is 3-1/2" long x 1-3/16" wide.
 
#MS-22A  SOLD
Clovis Style Spear Point -- Knife River Flint -- 2007
Clovis Style Spear Point -- Hornstone -- 2007
"Clovis" Lance or Spear Point of
Hornstone -- 2007 A.D.
Classically shaped by excellent soft
hammer percussion and minimal
pressure flaking, this Paleo Indian
period
Clovis culture style spear or
lance point is an outstanding
example of flint knapping.  It features
a number of the overshot or near
overshot percussion flake removals
which were so often used in the
making of ancient Clovis tools and
weapons.  I think it is made of
Hornstone, probably from the Indiana
or Kentucky regions.  Obtained in
2007 A.D., from a source in Illinois,
from an old collection, which claimed
the point is from Buchanan County,
Missouri.  I suspect that this is a
modern-made Clovis style point, as it
is in excellent physical condition.  
However, it is possible for it to be old.  
The front flute reaches 1-7/8" from the
base, back flute reaches 2-1/8".  This
Clovis style point is 5-5/8" long x
1-3/4" wide.
 #MO-77A  SOLD
Paleo Indian Clovis Style Spear Point -- Midnight Lace Obsidian -- 2004 A.D.
"Clovis" Style Lance or Spear Point -- 2004 A.D.
"Paleo-Indian" period Clovis style lance or spear point or knife blade.  Western style; the base fluting is
performed after most of the shaping has been completed with percussion, but before the final shaping and
sharpening with pressure retouch flaking is performed.  Front flute extends to 2-3/4" from base, back flute to
2-1/2".  6-5/8" x 2-7/16".  Made of "Midnight Lace" Obsidian from Glass Buttes, Oregon.  Knapped in 2004
A.D.  
#FSC-68C  SOLD
Clovis Point -- Black Obsidian -- 2004 A.D.
"Clovis" Style Lance or Spear Point -- 2004 A.D.
"Paleo-Indian" period Clovis style lance or spear point or knife blade.  Western style; the base fluting is
performed after most of the shaping has been completed with percussion, but before the final shaping and
sharpening with pressure retouch flaking is performed.  Front flute extends to 2-1/2" from base, back flute to
2-3/4".  6-7/8" long x 2-1/8" wide.  Made of black Obsidian from eastern Oregon.  Knapped in 2004 A.D.  
#FSC-6A  SOLD
Obsidian Clovis style spear point -- AD 2010
"Clovis" Lance or Spear Point of Translucent Black Obsidian -- 2013 A.D.
Classically shaped by excellent pressure flaking, this Paleo Indian period
Clovis culture style spear or lance point is a fine example of the knapping of
natural materials found in the regions where a past culture lived and thrived.  
This is made of translucent black obsidian from eastern Oregon.  The
volcanic glass material is from a quarry near the small community of Riley,
east of Glass Buttes about twenty miles.  This projectile point began its life
as a large chunk of obsidian, which was reduced by soft hammer
percussion to a thin, wide preform in the style of the Paleo Indian knappers
of the Clovis culture.  Most of the finishing work was then completed with
pressure flaking.  Once this was done, the base was set up for the thinning
work of making the final flutes of the Clovis style point.  After setting up an
isolated platform at the base, the first flute was removed by a solid
percussion blow to that isolated platform.  Another platform was then
prepared for the opposite face fluting.  The front flute measures 1-1/2 inches
from the base, and the back flute measures 1-3/8".  Both fluting chips are
included, to make a unique flint knapping display.  This Clovis style point is
5" long x 1-7/8" wide.
 #FSC-2013-915A  SOLD
Classically shaped by excellent pressure flaking, this Paleo Indian period Clovis culture style
spear or lance point is a fine example of the knapping of natural materials found in the regions
where a past culture lived and thrived.  This is made of a very dark, slightly banded, silver sheen
obsidian from eastern Oregon.  The volcanic glass material is from Glass Buttes.  This projectile
point began its life as a large chunk of obsidian, which was reduced by soft hammer percussion
to a thin, wide preform in the style of the Paleo Indian knappers of the Clovis culture.  Most of the
finishing work was then completed with pressure flaking.  Once this was done, the base was set
up for the thinning work of making the final flutes of the Clovis style point.  After setting up an
isolated platform at the base, the first flute was removed by a solid percussion blow to that
isolated platform.  Another platform was then prepared for the opposite face fluting.  The front flute
measures 1-1/2 inches from the base, and the back flute measures 1-3/4".  This Clovis style point
is 5-3/8" long x 1-11/16" wide.
 #FSC-2010-6A  SOLD
Black obsidian Clovis point -- 2013 A.D. -- eastern Oregon translucent, black obsidian.  F. Scott Crawford.
Black Obsidian Clovis Point -- 2013 A.D. -- F. Scott Crawford.
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