First artifact ever found - OHIO River
Unsure of type. Insitu pic of my creek find today.
Here is one that my son found a few years ago walking behind me, because I stepped right over it without noticing. Rock Springs, Wyoming.
Found while surveying today, Yeargem Rd, Rutherford County, Tn
Sometimes you get lucky
My collection so far. Most of them are from this year. It may be small, but I am quite proud!
Friday Blade today. (:
Thanks to a longtime good friend of mine, I was able to come to his spot. Quick few hours. Ended up with a smoker, and broke. Central Texas.
Just found in central tx
Three cool ones from my dads collection. South Central KY
Obsidian point found by my grandad many years ago somewhere in New Mexico.
Group of arrowheads my father found in driveways growing up in Austin TX. Probably from the 60’s. I didn’t know he had this many and he just finished framing them. Any input on these items would be appreciated!
Amateur hunter here....
Found this in the parking lot of my condo complex in the middle of a major city. Is it legit?
Wisconsin Metal Detecting Surprises
Top finds over last month in Taos, NM - Points/Pieces/Pottery
My Dad's find from this weekend... found in west Tennessee along the Tennessee River
I found what I believe is an arrowhead in VT! Can anyone here tell me more about it?
Found this in NE Ohio a couple years back while prepping land to build a garage. Any way to tell if it's legit?
New here and first time post. Fount this last year Caribou hunting in Northern Manitoba Canada
Same field 10 feet apart. Central Kentucky.
Beautiful point I found on Tuesday after crawling around the beach for hours.
I’m usually not one to post private or sad info on any social media but it seems relevant to the story. Yesterday I laid my grandfather to rest, later I took a walk and found this. He always loved to see my finds and I feel like he left this one for me.
Wafer thin and 100% translucent.
Found in the California Sierra Nevada this morning.
Selection of Drill (personal finds)
Best find of my life from 3 days ago. 6 banded sonora chert Turkeytail. Southern Indiana
My central Texas blade collection found over the last 10 or so years.
Andice found 7 years ago Bell County Texas
Here it is...
A 3000 year old flint blade, with a wooden handle. Discovered in Denmark.
Luck finally coming around
A pretty point I found a couple years ago! Feels good when surface hunting pays off. (South-Central Texas)
Finds from walking the creek on my grandparents' farm in the middle of Missouri. What do you all think?
First time out in a field. Not too bad. Central Indiana
Banded Blade SW MO
First point I ever found in a creek about 4 years ago
Found in soil on Cape Cod, MA. Any insights? It’s slightly translucent when held up to light.
First axe find. Southern iowa
Found in Eastern Missouri. Any ID?
Spearhead? Found in southwest Georgia
found my first.... and second arrowhead today. wasn't even looking for them
This weekend I found a cool piece in an artifact hot zone near Del Rio, TX
My prettiest point yet! It was a great day!
Mississippi creek find
Flint handaxe with a fossilized shell carefully framed by the knapping. If you consider decoration as art, this is one of the first known art manifestations. West Tofts, England. Around 100.000? BP. [729x945]
Once in a lifetime find
Small full groove axe found in southern Illinois.
My grandpa did a fair bit of digging in his day
My modest collection from the farm.
Encouraged to post here by my brother. Beautiful drill from this spring.
I found this arrowhead a few years ago, my chickens actually dug it up, and would like to learn more about it.
A buddy's find. Nice work for something so small.
Got these when I was a kid. My uncle, who is now deceased, told me he found them while living in Texas. Anyone have any information about them? Thank you!
my Father's arrowhead collection he's obtained over 30 years of searching
About died when I picked this one up!!
Lil guy from today. Douglas County, Co.
Clovis? Found in the Ozarks in MO.
Not exactly an arrow, but...
Archaic or Paleo?
Found this on Sunday in Central Kentucky
I finally found one! South Texas
Beveled side-notch from mama's collection
Drill found in Indiana
Just found both of these within 5 feet of each other in sw england
Tripped over this gem yesterday
Southern Hardin Style
My uncle found this in central texas
I call this one my precious.
Another walk across the wheat field yeilded this little guy.
Dad’s Collection - Frame #2 AKA The Clovis Frame - I hope you like Paleo
Check out this kickass carnelian tool I found in a creek near McArthur in Northern California!
Orange jasper southern Hardin found in Prentiss county Mississippi.
I’ve never made a display case but I’m thinking it might be time
Found my first arrowhead in Utah! What can you tell me about it?
Just started arrowhead hunting a month ago. This is my first real find! Found in southwest MO!
Never actually devoted time actually hunting but I think now that I’ve got two boys, we’re gonna start. Found these over probably 20+ years just looking at the ground.
My friend and I were creek walking on his friends property in GA. We followed the creek up to where it came out of the hillside and cleared the overgrowth from the area and this sick little rock was sitting right in the middle of the creek, 5ft from where the water flows out of the wall.
Working for an old man down the street today, we got on the topic of Indian artifacts and he busts this out.
Best friend found today while fishing...Northern Indiana
This is a conch shell scoop/tool found by my boyfriend near Centerburg, OH. It shows extensive edge grinding and has been postulated as from the Glacial Kame period, 2000 years ago.
I saw this one from 40 feet away. Lying right on top.
Great day in IL. Granite Cahokia Discoidal
Easily the most incredible piece I’ve ever held. I was shaking like a leaf!
Found these today while on vacation in central Michigan. I’m pretty excited about the knife.
Can ya spot it? Lol
Not a bad day on the beach!
My latest S.E.Missouri creek find.
I do not actively hunt for arrow heads, but I do collect other stones/fossils. Stumbled across this in my front yard after removing some dirt from an old flower bed. Any information would be greatly appreciated! And I can officially say, this has sparked one heck of an interest!
Here’s one I found ages ago.
Some cool finds from the farm. Northern Indiana.
Found this Arrowhead with just the base peeking out in dry South Central Texas :)
My first find. I found it walking on a Lake Erie beach.
I found this guy a few years ago in a farm outside of Oaxaca, Mexico. They have ruins there called Monte Alban but I would love any info about this guy. Looks like a corn god I think
Yesterday’s find, northern VA. May post more pics to better show off texture.
Any info on the orange piece? Found on the Cumberland Plateau, TN. Didn’t see a match on ProjectilePoints.net
Dad’s Collection - Frame #1
And they say they’ve all already been found.
My grandma's collection from over 40 years ago. What do y'all think?
Made this display yesterday. What do you think?
A great all nighter dig. CenTX.
Thought I’d share my case.
Found this in a creek bed in north AL. I was backpacking and not looking for arrowheads at all. Can anyone give me more info about this piece? I've never found one before and don't know much about them.
Local crackhead in my town found this and I cannot express the amount of disbelief.
All found in south/central Indiana with the exception of the red artifact? On the top left. I would appreciate any help in identifying these. I’m pretty new to all of this. Thank you in advance!
I’ve been surface hunting since I was 4, at 22 I think I’ve peaked!
Bullseye!!! My last find of 2019
Toothy Kirk my boyfriend found only 4 foot ahead of me on a creek walk last year. His first and only creek point. I'm still a little jealous!
This base tang knife we unearthed in Gillespie County TX is a definite keeper.
Found in Oregon, first find ever.
Found in Eastern Tennessee near smokies
Here’s the same piece right after I pulled it. Unfortunately I was too excited to think about getting a good in situ pic. 6-5/8” long btw.
Yesterday was the day! Found my first (would I call it a point?) one!!! I was looking for bones but the creek was super high and this guy was just poking out of the mud. But my ? is how do I tell if it’s modern or clovis?
My mother takes a 5 mile walk on the trails most days, and the other day she found this beauty! (Southwest Texas)
New Spot. Central Texas. Can’t wait to go after a big rain.
My wife went all out on my B-Day cake!
Found in Michigan
GA complicated stamped pottery from over the weekend, found in the roots of an upturned tree with shards from multiple other pots, a chert spall and a knife blade of some kind
What type do you think this is?
Best grab today
Any info on this? Found in Southern Utah.
The one that got me hooked. Found near Chaffee Co Colorado
Found some interesting things while Turkey hunting. Did Native Americans ever burn or temper stones?
Found in a stream near Nashville. Looks worked, but not completed? Artifact or rock? (Other side in comment)
2nd find this week! Guessing some sort of knife.
Just found this sub but I’ve been hunting arrowheads for several years. This is my collection. And yes, upper right corner is a tooth I found at an ancient site.
SW Missouri. Probably my favorite so far. Saved a few years ago.
Found this guy in Central Utah today. Any opinions on what it might be? I’m struggling to ID it.
Found in folsom la this morning after good rain
It’s not an arrowhead. But it’s been worked and found in a place where arrowheads are found
Found a few tonight!
Found the base in 2013 and the middle the next summer. Didn’t find the tip till fall of 2019. One of my best pieces and definitely my best story behind a find.
It was a good day for a walk
Found this outside- don’t know anything about it, but it’s cool!
My smallest point.
I FINALLY found my first one in NW Arkansas, wow
Found this many years ago when I was a small lad in a tiny cave in Eastern KY. Anyone have any info on this particular artifact? I’ve never seen any pictures resembling it
This arrowhead was found in the 60s by my Great Grandfather in Northern Ohio, does anyone have any idea what this made of and if this is special in any way other than sentimental value. This was left to me and I would love to know more about it.
Pulled off a Hail Mary walking back from my hunt this morning, found these two side-by-side.
From my grandfathers collection. ID? Was hunting on my grandpas Ohio farm today and was looking through his collection. Anyone know what this is?
A Kentucky Find Today.
This morning’s finds in Gillespie County, TX
Today was a good day! Chunkey Stone, I believe. Found in North GA.
2/50mm busted up clovis
Friend found this near the James River in Richmond, Va. can anyone provide additional detail to this arrowhead ID. Thanks guys.
The “Cull Pile” I got when some old time arrowhead collectors moved to town. Even the slightest break sent a point to the pile. I went through it and pulled out the best.