Select "Cumberland" Style Spear Points From Talented Modern Or Possibly Ancient Knappers
Here are a few special Paleo-Indian culture "Cumberland" style points which are available from this StoneBreaker-FSC.net web site.  This selection of  
"Cumberland" style spear heads, lance points and dart points is made from a variety of North American knapping materials, from Tennessee, Kentucky,
Illinois, Arkansas and Alabama, most likely by modern flint knappers.  However, it is possible that some of these were even made by knappers who lived at
the end of the Ice Age, when this unique style of spear point was invented and used in the hunting of large game, such as mammoths and giant bison, in the
central part of the continent.  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 rare Cumberland cultural style of flint knapping.  This style of hunting weapon is one
of the earliest distinctive cultural styles 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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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 PayPal,
but for now, each order will be a separate PayPal transaction.  However, when you do order more than one item within a short period of time through 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 that the
ordering group is complete.
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"Cumberland" Lance or Dart Point of Black Illinois Flint
-- acquired 2007 A.D.
Classically shaped by soft hammer percussion and
finished by pressure flaking, with the excellent fluting of
its type, Paleo Indian period
Cumberland style dart or
lance point.  Made of a black Flint or Chert from Illinois.  
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 in Pike County,
Illinois.  I suspect that this is most possibly a
modern-made Cumberland style point, as it is in good
physical condition.  However, it is also possible for it to
be old, as it appears ancient, with a good surface
patina.  The front flute reaches 3-3/4" from the base, and
the back flute reaches 2-11/16".  This Cumberland style
point is 3-7/8" long x 1-3/16" wide.
 #CU-J  SOLD
Cumberland Style Spear Point -- Black Illinois Flint -- 2007
Cumberland Style Spear Point -- Kentucky Flint -- 2007
"Cumberland" Lance or Dart Point of Gray Kentucky
Flint -- acquired 2007 A.D.
Classically shaped by soft hammer percussion and
finished by pressure flaking, with the excellent fluting of
its type, a Paleo-Indian period
Cumberland style dart or
lance point.  Made of a glossy gray Flint from Kentucky.  
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 in Hopkins County,
Kentucky.  I suspect that this is most possibly a
modern-made Cumberland style point, as it is in good
physical condition.  However, it is also possible for it to
be old, as it appears ancient, with a good surface
patina.  The front flute reaches 3-5/8" from the base, and
the back flute reaches the full length, 4-1/4".  This
Cumberland style point is 4-1/4" long x 1-1/4" wide.
 
#CU-K  
$375.00
Cumberland Style Spear Point -- Tennessee Flint -- 2007
"Cumberland" Lance or Dart Point of Brown
Tennessee Flint -- acquired 2007 A.D.
Classically shaped by soft hammer percussion and
finished by pressure flaking, with the excellent fluting of
its type, a Paleo-Indian period
Cumberland style dart or
lance point.  Made of a glossy brown Flint from
Tennessee.  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 in
Montgomery County, Tennessee.  I suspect that this is
most possibly a modern-made Cumberland style point,
as it is in good physical condition.  However, it is also
possible for it to be old, as it appears ancient, with a
good surface patina.  The front flute reaches 2-1/4" from
the base, and the back flute reaches 1-5/8".  This
Cumberland style point is 4-1/16" long x 1-3/16" wide.
 
#CU-A  
$412.50
"Cumberland" Lance or Dart Point of Brown Alabama
Flint -- acquired 2007 A.D.
Classically shaped by soft hammer percussion and
finished by pressure flaking, with exceptional fluting for
its type, a Paleo-Indian period
Cumberland style dart or
lance point.  Made of a glossy brown Flint, with some
quartz crystal pockets, from Alabama.  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 in Franklin County, Alabama.  I suspect that
this is most possibly a modern-made Cumberland style
point, as it is in good physical condition.  However, it is
also possible for it to be old, as it appears ancient, with a
good surface patina.  The front flute reaches the full
length 4-1/4" from the base, and the back flute also
reaches the full length, 4-1/4".  This Cumberland style
point is 4-1/4" long x 1-3/16" wide.
 #CU-H  $375.00
Cumberland Style Spear Point -- Alabama Flint -- 2007
Kentucky Flint -- acquired 2007 A.D.
Classically shaped by soft hammer percussion and
finished by pressure flaking, with the excellent fluting of
its type, a Paleo-Indian period
Cumberland style dart
or lance point.  Made of a glossy dark grey Flint, from
Kentucky.  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 in
Mercer County, Kentucky.  I suspect that this is most
possibly a modern-made Cumberland style point, as it
is in good physical condition.  However, it is also
possible for it to be old, as it appears ancient, with a
good surface patina.  The front flute reaches 3-5/8"
from the base, and the back flutes reach 3-3/4" from
the base.  Interestingly, the fluting on the back of this
point comes from both ends and meets in the middle
of the length of the point.  This is probably because the
fluting took place against a hard anvil surface and the
strike against the prepared platform at the base
resulted in a simultaneous double break from each
end of the point.  Either that or the knapper first fluted
from the tip and then removed a second flute from the
base.  This Cumberland style point is 5" long x 1-1/16"
wide.
 #CU-I  $365.00
Cumberland Style Spear Point -- Kentucky Flint -- 2007
Cumberland Style Spear Point -- Arkansas Flint -- 2007
"Cumberland" Lance or Dart Point of Brown Arkansas
Flint -- acquired 2007 A.D.
Classically shaped by soft hammer percussion and
finished by pressure flaking, with the excellent fluting of
its type, a Paleo-Indian period
Cumberland style dart or
lance point.  Made of a glossy brown Flint from
Arkansas.  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 in St.
Francis County, Arkansas.  I suspect that this is most
possibly a modern-made Cumberland style point, as it is
in good physical condition.  However, it is also possible
for it to be old, as it appears ancient, with a good surface
patina.  The front flute reaches 3-1/8" from the base, and
the back flute reaches 1-5/8" from the base.  This
Cumberland style point is 4-1/4" long x 1-3/16" wide.
 
#CU-D  SOLD
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