When I blog about finding arrowheads, I get a few comments from people saying they have never found an arrowhead. I never had either, until we moved here. I have some good specimens I take out and admire from time to time.
I wonder if any of my readers would like to own some arrowheads and pieces of flint from a hill above the Missouri River in Missouri? If you are interested, let me know, either in a comment or in an email. My email address is toward the top of my sidebar. Or, if you follow me on Facebook, let me know in a comment there. I'll write down everybody's name who is interested.
These arrowheads (and random pieces of flint) could be 2,000 years old (the Hopewell Indians), or only a few hundred.
Read about arrowheads HERE.
What you see in the picture will go to one person. If more than one leaves a comment, we will draw names in a week or so. Maybe some artistic type individual would frame the pieces; I've seen that done.
If there is no interest in these, that's fine. I'll stick them in the bag with my others.