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Pre-historic Petrified Wood BIFACE, Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta, A67 (#5221)
Pre-historic Petrified Wood BIFACE. Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta, A67(5221) Description Pre-historic Petrified Wood BIFACE. Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta, A67(5221) Item: Biface. Material: Petrified Wood. Location: Site name is Albert(A) and the Borden number is FjPh-402-A-67. This was in the area close to Fort Saskatchewan on the west side of highway 21 on the way to Fort Saskatchewan. Over the years. I went with my dad to this locality and a few pieces myself. Also known as the Van Hecke site(it was Mr. Van Hecke's property) Other info: Surface find. Found/collected May 1969 by my dad. Ruler is shown in cm/mm. Size: 48.72 mm x 27.36 mm x 11.38 mm. From my dad's collection of pre-historic artifacts. Please check the photos for more detail/information. My dad was a historian/ archaeologist and all of these items are from his extensive ... morecollection. Our items have been featured on the Canadian Antiques Roadshow and the prestigious auction house. Bonhams and Butterfields in San Francisco sold some of our native items. Our specialty is items of Plains, Plateau, Sub-Arctic and Arctic people as well as Fur Trade- specifically, HBC. Shipping Shipping is done by USPS unless otherwise listed. Your shipping/handling cost also includes insurance. International buyers: Customs. Duties, taxes, etc. may be applicable and are the buyer's responsibility. All customs documents are filled out accurately. The price you paid has to be clearly stated on the customs document and will not be listed for less. Terms of Sale CONTACT INFO: If you have any questions. Please email us. We try to respond to your questions within 24 hours of receipt. We operate Mon-Sat and are closed on Sunday/holidays(USA) RETURNS: 14 days. Buyer to pay for return shipping. Note that it has become necessary for JoysJewelz to employ a number of sophisticated security devices for identification and fraud prevention purposes. Unfortunately, this has become necessary due to the number of scammers/bait& switch artists operating on the internet. None of th
Pre-historic Quartzite UNIFACE BLADE Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta (A-site) #5467
Pre-historic Quartzite UNIFACE BLADE Fort Saskatchewan. Alberta(A-site) 5467 Description Pre-historic Quartzite UNIFACE BLADE Fort Saskatchewan. Alberta(A-site) 5467 For your consideration is a quartzite Uniface Blade. Which was a surface find. This was found/collected by my dad in the summer of 1970. The site name is Albert(A) and the Borden number is FjPh-402-A-XXX. This was in the area close to Fort Saskatchewan on the west side of highway 21 on the way to Fort Saskatchewan. As a child, I went with my dad to this locality many, many times and found a few pieces myself. Also known as the Van Hecke site(it was Mr. Van Hecke's property) Lot 5397(A-site) Uniface. Red quartzite- beautiful shaped/formed artifact. Dimensions/Size: 105.72 mm long x 66 mm across x 21.56 mm thick. Note: ruler/scale is in cm/mm. From my dad's collection of ... morepre-historic artifacts. Please check the photos for more detail/information. My dad was a historian/ archaeologist and all of these items are from his extensive collection. Our items have been featured on the Canadian Antiques Roadshow and the prestigious auction house. Bonhams and Butterfields in San Francisco sold some of our native items. Our specialty is items of Plains, Plateau, Sub-Arctic and Arctic people as well as Fur Trade- specifically, HBC. Shipping Shipping is done by USPS unless otherwise listed. Your shipping/handling cost also includes insurance. International buyers: Customs. Duties, taxes, etc. may be applicable and are the buyer's responsibility. All customs documents are filled out accurately. The price you paid has to be clearly stated on the customs document and will not be listed for less. Terms of Sale CONTACT INFO: If you have any questions. Please email us. We try to respond to your questions within 24 hours of receipt. We operate Mon-Sat and are closed on Sunday/holidays(USA) RETURNS: 14 days. Buyer to pay for return shipping. Note that it has become necessary for JoysJewelz to employ a number of sophisticated security devices for identificati
4 Pre-historic PARTIAL POINTS & SCAPER Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta, A-Site, #5204
4 Pre-historic PARTIAL POINTS& SCAPER Fort Saskatchewan. Alberta, A-Site, 5204 Description 4 Pre-historic PARTIAL POINTS& SCAPER Fort Saskatchewan. Alberta, A-Site(various) Lot 5204 This is for 2 partial projectiles. 1 snubnose scraper and 1 uniface. Location: Site name is Albert(A) and the Borden number is FjPh-402-A-477. This was in the area close to Fort Saskatchewan on the west side of highway 21 on the way to Fort Saskatchewan. Over the years. I went with my dad to this locality and a few pieces myself. Also known as the Van Hecke site(it was Mr. Van Hecke's property) Other info: All were surface finds. Note that the ruler is shown in both inches and cm/mm. All artifacts were found/collected and catalogued by my dad. A-470. Black Chert Uniface. Collected/found in November 1980. Size: 37.77 mm x 17.45 mm x 6.44 mm. A-481. ... moreGrey Siltstone Projectile Basal Portion. Collected/found in November 1981. Size: 34.22 mm x 18.67 mm x 3.83 mm. A-484. Brown Siltstone Point. Top portion. Collected/found in November 1981. Size: 22.62 mm x 23.59 mm x 5.86 mm. A-506. Brown Chert Snub Nose Scraper. Collected/found in April 1986. Size: 21.82 mm x 20.03 mm x 4.89 mm From my dad's collection of pre-historic artifacts. Please check the photos for more detail/information. My dad was a historian/ archaeologist and all of these items are from his extensive collection. Our items have been featured on the Canadian Antiques Roadshow and the prestigious auction house. Bonhams and Butterfields in San Francisco sold some of our native items. Our specialty is items of Plains, Plateau, Sub-Arctic and Arctic people as well as Fur Trade- specifically, HBC. Shipping Shipping is done by USPS unless otherwise listed. Your shipping/handling cost also includes insurance. International buyers: Customs. Duties, taxes, etc. may be applicable and are the buyer's responsibility. All customs documents are filled out accurately. The price you paid has to be clearly stated on the customs document and will not be listed for less. Terms o
Pre-historic Red Quartzite UNIFACE, Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta Canada, A-202
SquareTrade © AP6.0 Pre-historic Red Quartzite UNIFACE. Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta Canada, A-202 Description Pre-historic Red Quartzite UNIFACE. Fort Saskatchewan area, Alberta, Canada(A-202) For your consideration is a pre-historic quartzite uniface. This was collected by my dad on July 6. 1969. The composition is a red quartzite and it was a surface find. The site name is Albert(A) and the Borden number is FjPh-402-A-202. This was in the area close to Fort Saskatchewan on the west side of highway 21 on the way to Fort Saskatchewan. As a child, I went with my dad to this locality many, many times and found a few pieces myself. Also known as the Van Hecke site(it was Mr. Van Hecke's property) Dimensions: 77 mm long x 41.4 mm across(at widest) x 12 mm thick. From my dad's collection of pre-historic artifacts. Please check the ... morephotos for more detail/information. My dad was a historian/ archaeologist and all of these items are from his extensive collection. Our items have been featured on the Canadian Antiques Roadshow and the prestigious auction house. Bonhams and Butterfields in San Francisco sold some of our native items. Our specialty is items of Plains, Plateau, Sub-Arctic and Arctic people as well as Fur Trade- specifically, HBC. Shipping Shipping is done by USPS unless otherwise listed. Your shipping/handling cost also includes insurance. International buyers: Customs. Duties, taxes, etc. may be applicable and are the buyer's responsibility. All customs documents are filled out accurately. The price you paid has to be clearly stated on the customs document and will not be listed for less. Terms of Sale CONTACT INFO: If you have any questions. Please email us. We try to respond to your questions within 24 hours of receipt. We operate Mon-Sat and are closed on Sunday/holidays(USA) RETURNS: 7 day no questions asked return policy. Buyer to pay for return shipping. Note that it has become necessary for JoysJewelz to employ a number of sophisticated security devices for identification and fraud pre
Pre-historic Quartzite BIFACE SCRAPER, Fort Saskatchewan Alberta, A-site #5132
Pre-historic Quartzite BIFACE SCRAPER. Fort Saskatchewan Alberta, A-site#5132 Description Pre-historic Quartzite BIFACE SCRAPER. Fort Saskatchewan Alberta- A-Site(Lot 5132) Item: Biface Scraper. Material: Quartzite. Tan and gray. Location: Site name is Albert(A) and the Borden number is FjPh-402-A-XXX. This was in the area close to Fort Saskatchewan on the west side of highway 21 on the way to Fort Saskatchewan. Over the years. I went with my dad to this locality and a few pieces myself. Also known as the Van Hecke site(it was Mr. Van Hecke's property) Other info: Surface find. Collected between 1969-71. Ruler is shown in cm/mm and inches. Size: 99.70 mm x 47.08 mm x 17.59 mm. From my dad's collection of pre-historic artifacts. Please check the photos for more detail/information. My dad was a historian/ archaeologist and all of these ... moreitems are from his extensive collection. Our items have been featured on the Canadian Antiques Roadshow and the prestigious auction house. Bonhams and Butterfields in San Francisco sold some of our native items. Our specialty is items of Plains, Plateau, Sub-Arctic and Arctic people as well as Fur Trade- specifically, HBC. Shipping Shipping is done by USPS unless otherwise listed. Your shipping/handling cost also includes insurance. International buyers: Customs. Duties, taxes, etc. may be applicable and are the buyer's responsibility. All customs documents are filled out accurately. The price you paid has to be clearly stated on the customs document and will not be listed for less. Terms of Sale CONTACT INFO: If you have any questions. Please email us. We try to respond to your questions within 24 hours of receipt. We operate Mon-Sat and are closed on Sunday/holidays(USA) RETURNS: 14 days. Buyer to pay for return shipping. Note that it has become necessary for JoysJewelz to employ a number of sophisticated security devices for identification and fraud prevention purposes. Unfortunately, this has become necessary due to the number of scammers/bait& switch artists oper
Pre-historic Quartzite NOTCHED AXE HEAD, Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta (A-338)
SquareTrade © AP6.0 Pre-historic Quartzite Notched AXE Head. Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta(A-338) Description Pre-historic Notched Quartzite AXE Head. Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta(A338) For your consideration is a notched quartzite axe head. Surface find. The site name is Albert(A) and the Borden number is FjPh-402-A-338. This was in the area close to Fort Saskatchewan on the west side of highway 21 on the way to Fort Saskatchewan. As a child, I went with my dad to this locality many times and found a few pieces myself. Also known as the Van Hecke site(it was Mr. Van Hecke's property) A-338. Notched Axe Head. Tan Quartzite. Collected/found on May 30, 1971. Size: 5 1/2" long x 3 3/4" wide at the widest part. From my dad's collection of pre-historic artifacts. Please check the photos for more detail/information. My dad was ... morea historian/ archaeologist and all of these items are from his extensive collection. Our items have been featured on the Canadian Antiques Roadshow and the prestigious auction house. Bonhams and Butterfields in San Francisco sold some of our native items. Our specialty is items of Plains, Plateau, Sub-Arctic and Arctic people as well as Fur Trade- specifically, HBC. Shipping Shipping is done by USPS unless otherwise listed. Your shipping/handling cost also includes insurance. International buyers: Customs. Duties, taxes, etc. may be applicable and are the buyer's responsibility. All customs documents are filled out accurately. The price you paid has to be clearly stated on the customs document and will not be listed for less. Terms of Sale CONTACT INFO: If you have any questions. Please email us. We try to respond to your questions within 24 hours of receipt. We operate Mon-Sat and are closed on Sunday/holidays(USA) RETURNS: 14 day no questions asked return policy. Buyer to pay for return shipping. INTERNATIONAL CUSTOMERS: Import duties. Taxes and any other fees or charges are not included in the item price or shipping charges and are the responsibility of you, the buyer. Pl
2 Pre-historic Quartzite PROJECTILE POINT Fragments, Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta
2 Pre-historic Quartzite PROJECTILE POINT Fragments. Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta Description 2 Pre-historic Quartzite PROJECTILE POINT Fragments. Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta(A-site) Lot#5398 For your consideration are 2 quartzite projectile point fragments. Both were surface finds. These were found/collected by my dad in the summer of 1970. The site name is Albert(A) and the Borden number is FjPh-402-A-XXX. This was in the area close to Fort Saskatchewan on the west side of highway 21 on the way to Fort Saskatchewan. As a child, I went with my dad to this locality many, many times and found a few pieces myself. Also known as the Van Hecke site(it was Mr. Van Hecke's property) Sizes: 19.20 mm x 13.15 mm x 5.40 mm and 27.07 mm x 20.14 mm x 5.64 mm. Note: ruler/scale is in cm/mm. From my dad's collection of pre-historic artifacts. Please ... morecheck the photos for more detail/information. My dad was a historian/ archaeologist and all of these items are from his extensive collection. Our items have been featured on the Canadian Antiques Roadshow and the prestigious auction house. Bonhams and Butterfields in San Francisco sold some of our native items. Our specialty is items of Plains, Plateau, Sub-Arctic and Arctic people as well as Fur Trade- specifically, HBC. Shipping Shipping is done by USPS unless otherwise listed. Your shipping/handling cost also includes insurance. International buyers: Customs. Duties, taxes, etc. may be applicable and are the buyer's responsibility. All customs documents are filled out accurately. The price you paid has to be clearly stated on the customs document and will not be listed for less. Terms of Sale CONTACT INFO: If you have any questions. Please email us. We try to respond to your questions within 24 hours of receipt. We operate Mon-Sat and are closed on Sunday/holidays(USA) RETURNS: 14 days. Buyer to pay for return shipping. Note that it has become necessary for JoysJewelz to employ a number of sophisticated security devices for identification and fraud prevention purposes.
Pre-historic KR Flint SCRAPER & PARTIAL, Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta, Asite #5399
Pre-historic KR Flint SCRAPER& PARTIAL. Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta, Asite#5399 Description Pre-historic KR Flint SCRAPER& PARTIAL. Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta, Asite#5399 Item: scraper and partial. Material: Knife River Flint. Location: Site name is Albert(A) and the Borden number is FjPh-402-A-XXX. This was in the area close to Fort Saskatchewan on the west side of highway 21 on the way to Fort Saskatchewan. Over the years. I went with my dad to this locality and a few pieces myself. Also known as the Van Hecke site(it was Mr. Van Hecke's property) Other info: Surface find. Found/collected by my dad in 1970. Ruler is shown in cm/mm& inches. Size: 1) 29.39 mm x 25.75 mm x 5.28 2) 21.13 mm x 20.60 mm x 6.18 mm. From my dad's collection of pre-historic artifacts. Please check the photos for more detail/information. My dad ... morewas a historian/ archaeologist and all of these items are from his extensive collection. Our items have been featured on the Canadian Antiques Roadshow and the prestigious auction house. Bonhams and Butterfields in San Francisco sold some of our native items. Our specialty is items of Plains, Plateau, Sub-Arctic and Arctic people as well as Fur Trade- specifically, HBC. Shipping Shipping is done by USPS unless otherwise listed. Your shipping/handling cost also includes insurance. International buyers: Customs. Duties, taxes, etc. may be applicable and are the buyer's responsibility. All customs documents are filled out accurately. The price you paid has to be clearly stated on the customs document and will not be listed for less. Terms of Sale CONTACT INFO: If you have any questions. Please email us. We try to respond to your questions within 24 hours of receipt. We operate Mon-Sat and are closed on Sunday/holidays(USA) RETURNS: 14 days. Buyer to pay for return shipping. Note that it has become necessary for JoysJewelz to employ a number of sophisticated security devices for identification and fraud prevention purposes. Unfortunately, this has become necessary due to the num
3 Pre-historic PROJECTILE POINT PARTIALS Fort Saskatchewan Alberta, A-site #5130
3 Pre-historic PROJECTILE POINT PARTIALS Fort Saskatchewan Alberta. A-site#5130 Description 3 Pre-historic PROJECTILE POINT PARTIALS. Fort Saskatchewan Alberta- A-Site(Lot 5130) For your consideration are 3 projectile point partials. All surface finds and from the same site. All were collected sometime in 1972. The site name is Albert(A) and the Borden number is FjPh-402-A-XXX. This was in the area close to Fort Saskatchewan on the west side of highway 21 on the way to Fort Saskatchewan. Over the years, I went with my dad to this locality and a few pieces myself. Also known as the Van Hecke site(it was Mr. Van Hecke's property) 1. Small quartzite. Bottom-mid section. Size is 24.32 mm x 19.94 mm x 8.04 mm. 2. Medium tan quartzite bottom-mid section. Size is 27.08 mm x 28.56 mm x 7.24 mm. 3. Large tan quartzite bottom portion. Size is 32.53 ... moremm x 39.05 mm x 10.24 mm. From my dad's collection of pre-historic artifacts. Please check the photos for more detail/information. My dad was a historian/ archaeologist and all of these items are from his extensive collection. Our items have been featured on the Canadian Antiques Roadshow and the prestigious auction house. Bonhams and Butterfields in San Francisco sold some of our native items. Our specialty is items of Plains, Plateau, Sub-Arctic and Arctic people as well as Fur Trade- specifically, HBC. Shipping Shipping is done by USPS unless otherwise listed. Your shipping/handling cost also includes insurance. International buyers: Customs. Duties, taxes, etc. may be applicable and are the buyer's responsibility. All customs documents are filled out accurately. The price you paid has to be clearly stated on the customs document and will not be listed for less. Terms of Sale CONTACT INFO: If you have any questions. Please email us. We try to respond to your questions within 24 hours of receipt. We operate Mon-Sat and are closed on Sunday/holidays(USA) RETURNS: 14 days. Buyer to pay for return shipping. Note that it has become necessary for JoysJewelz to employ a
Pre-historic Quartzite BIFACE, Fort Saskatchewan Alberta, A-site #5131
Pre-historic Quartzite BIFACE. Fort Saskatchewan Alberta, A-site#5131 Description Pre-historic Quartzite BIFACE. Fort Saskatchewan Alberta- A-Site(Lot 5131) Item: Biface. Material: Quartzite. Location: Site name is Albert(A) and the Borden number is FjPh-402-A-XXX. This was in the area close to Fort Saskatchewan on the west side of highway 21 on the way to Fort Saskatchewan. Over the years. I went with my dad to this locality and a few pieces myself. Also known as the Van Hecke site(it was Mr. Van Hecke's property) Other info: Surface find. Collected between 1969-71. Ruler is shown in cm/mm and inches. Size: 80.98 mm x 36.98 mm x 14.99 mm. From my dad's collection of pre-historic artifacts. Please check the photos for more detail/information. My dad was a historian/ archaeologist and all of these items are from his extensive collection. ... moreOur items have been featured on the Canadian Antiques Roadshow and the prestigious auction house. Bonhams and Butterfields in San Francisco sold some of our native items. Our specialty is items of Plains, Plateau, Sub-Arctic and Arctic people as well as Fur Trade- specifically, HBC. Shipping Shipping is done by USPS unless otherwise listed. Your shipping/handling cost also includes insurance. International buyers: Customs. Duties, taxes, etc. may be applicable and are the buyer's responsibility. All customs documents are filled out accurately. The price you paid has to be clearly stated on the customs document and will not be listed for less. Terms of Sale CONTACT INFO: If you have any questions. Please email us. We try to respond to your questions within 24 hours of receipt. We operate Mon-Sat and are closed on Sunday/holidays(USA) RETURNS: 14 days. Buyer to pay for return shipping. Note that it has become necessary for JoysJewelz to employ a number of sophisticated security devices for identification and fraud prevention purposes. Unfortunately, this has become necessary due to the number of scammers/bait& switch artists operating on the internet. None of these m
Lg Pre-historic Quartzite BIFACE SCRAPER Fort Saskatchewan Alberta, A-site #5134
Lg Pre-historic Quartzite BIFACE SCRAPER Fort Saskatchewan Alberta. A-site#5134 Description Large Pre-historic Quartzite BIFACE SCRAPER. Fort Saskatchewan Alberta- A-Site(Lot 5134) Item: Biface Scraper. Material: Beige& tan striped quartzite. Location: Site name is Albert(A) and the Borden number is FjPh-402-A-XXX. This was in the area close to Fort Saskatchewan on the west side of highway 21 on the way to Fort Saskatchewan. Over the years. I went with my dad to this locality and a few pieces myself. Also known as the Van Hecke site(it was Mr. Van Hecke's property) Other info: Surface find. Collected between 1969-71. Ruler is shown in cm/mm and inches. Size: 109.28 mm x 52.94 mm x 16.04 mm. From my dad's collection of pre-historic artifacts. Please check the photos for more detail/information. My dad was a historian/ archaeologist ... moreand all of these items are from his extensive collection. Our items have been featured on the Canadian Antiques Roadshow and the prestigious auction house. Bonhams and Butterfields in San Francisco sold some of our native items. Our specialty is items of Plains, Plateau, Sub-Arctic and Arctic people as well as Fur Trade- specifically, HBC. Shipping Shipping is done by USPS unless otherwise listed. Your shipping/handling cost also includes insurance. International buyers: Customs. Duties, taxes, etc. may be applicable and are the buyer's responsibility. All customs documents are filled out accurately. The price you paid has to be clearly stated on the customs document and will not be listed for less. Terms of Sale CONTACT INFO: If you have any questions. Please email us. We try to respond to your questions within 24 hours of receipt. We operate Mon-Sat and are closed on Sunday/holidays(USA) RETURNS: 14 days. Buyer to pay for return shipping. Note that it has become necessary for JoysJewelz to employ a number of sophisticated security devices for identification and fraud prevention purposes. Unfortunately, this has become necessary due to the number of scammers/bait& s
Pre-historic Large Quartzite BI-FACE Partial, Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta (ASite)
Pre-historic Large Quartzite BI-FACE Partial. Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta(ASite) Description Pre-historic Large Quartzite BI-FACE Partial Fort Saskatchewan. Alberta(A-Site) For your consideration is a large pre-historic. Black-grey quartzite bi-face partial/fragment, which was a surface find. The site name is Albert(A) and the Borden number is FjPh-402-A-XXX. This was in the area close to Fort Saskatchewan on the west side of highway 21 on the way to Fort Saskatchewan. Over the years, I went with my dad to this locality and a few pieces myself. Also known as the Van Hecke site(it was Mr. Van Hecke's property) A- Site. Large Bi-face Fragement. Quartzite. This was found/collected by my dad sometime during the spring/summer 1971. Would have been a fairly large piece. Size: 82.77 mm long x 76.89 mm across at its widest point x 18.73 mm thick. ... moreFrom my dad's collection of pre-historic artifacts. Please check the photos for more detail/information. My dad was a historian/ archaeologist and all of these items are from his extensive collection. Our items have been featured on the Canadian Antiques Roadshow and the prestigious auction house. Bonhams and Butterfields in San Francisco sold some of our native items. Our specialty is items of Plains, Plateau, Sub-Arctic and Arctic people as well as Fur Trade- specifically, HBC. Shipping Shipping is done by USPS unless otherwise listed. Your shipping/handling cost also includes insurance. International buyers: Customs. Duties, taxes, etc. may be applicable and are the buyer's responsibility. All customs documents are filled out accurately. The price you paid has to be clearly stated on the customs document and will not be listed for less. Terms of Sale CONTACT INFO: If you have any questions. Please email us. We try to respond to your questions within 24 hours of receipt. We operate Mon-Sat and are closed on Sunday/holidays(USA) RETURNS: 7 day no questions asked return policy. Buyer to pay for return shipping. Note that it has become necessary for JoysJewelz to emplo
Pre-historic Red Quartzite PROJECTILE POINT, Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta (A-337)
Pre-historic Red Quartzite PROJECTILE POINT. Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta(A-337) Description Pre-historic Dark Red Quartzite UNIFACE. Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta(A-337) For your consideration is a pre-historic Uniface. Dark red quartzite, which was a surface find. The site name is Albert(A) and the Borden number is FjPh-402-A-337. This was in the area close to Fort Saskatchewan on the west side of highway 21 on the way to Fort Saskatchewan. Over the years, I went with my dad to this locality and a few pieces myself. Also known as the Van Hecke site(it was Mr. Van Hecke's property) A- 337. Uniface. Dark red quartzite. This was found/collected by my dad on May 30. 1971. Size: 94.94 mm mm long x 69.70 mm across at its widest point x 19.25 mm thick. From my dad's collection of pre-historic artifacts. Please check the photos for more detail/information. ... moreMy dad was a historian/ archaeologist and all of these items are from his extensive collection. Our items have been featured on the Canadian Antiques Roadshow and the prestigious auction house. Bonhams and Butterfields in San Francisco sold some of our native items. Our specialty is items of Plains, Plateau, Sub-Arctic and Arctic people as well as Fur Trade- specifically, HBC. Shipping Shipping is done by USPS unless otherwise listed. Your shipping/handling cost also includes insurance. International buyers: Customs. Duties, taxes, etc. may be applicable and are the buyer's responsibility. All customs documents are filled out accurately. The price you paid has to be clearly stated on the customs document and will not be listed for less. Terms of Sale CONTACT INFO: If you have any questions. Please email us. We try to respond to your questions within 24 hours of receipt. We operate Mon-Sat and are closed on Sunday/holidays(USA) RETURNS: 7 day no questions asked return policy. Buyer to pay for return shipping. Note that it has become necessary for JoysJewelz to employ a number of sophisticated security devices for identification and fraud prevention purposes. Un
Pre-historic Chalcedony FLAKE, Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta (A-358) (Lot 4599)
Pre-historic Chalcedony FLAKE. Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta(A-358) Lot 4599) Description Pre-historic Chalcedony FLAKE. Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta(A-358) For your consideration is a chalcedony flake. Which was a surface find. The site name is Albert(A) and the Borden number is FjPh-402-A-358. This was in the area close to Fort Saskatchewan on the west side of highway 21 on the way to Fort Saskatchewan. Over the years, I went with my dad to this locality and a few pieces myself. Also known as the Van Hecke site(it was Mr. Van Hecke's property) A-358. Chalcedony Flake. This found/collected by my dad on May 30. 1971. Size: 35.85 mm long x 28.88 mm across at its widest point x 12.58 mm thick. From my dad's collection of pre-historic artifacts. Please check the photos for more detail/information. My dad was a historian/ archaeologist and ... moreall of these items are from his extensive collection. Our items have been featured on the Canadian Antiques Roadshow and the prestigious auction house. Bonhams and Butterfields in San Francisco sold some of our native items. Our specialty is items of Plains, Plateau, Sub-Arctic and Arctic people as well as Fur Trade- specifically, HBC. Shipping Shipping is done by USPS unless otherwise listed. Your shipping/handling cost also includes insurance. International buyers: Customs. Duties, taxes, etc. may be applicable and are the buyer's responsibility. All customs documents are filled out accurately. The price you paid has to be clearly stated on the customs document and will not be listed for less. Terms of Sale CONTACT INFO: If you have any questions. Please email us. We try to respond to your questions within 24 hours of receipt. We operate Mon-Sat and are closed on Sunday/holidays(USA) RETURNS: 7 day no questions asked return policy. Buyer to pay for return shipping. Note that it has become necessary for JoysJewelz to employ a number of sophisticated security devices for identification and fraud prevention purposes. Unfortunately, this has become necessary due to the numbe
Pre-historic Lg Tan Quartzite FLAKE, Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta (A-298) Lot 4598
Pre-historic Lg Tan Quartzite FLAKE. Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta(A-298) Lot 4598 Description Pre-historic Reddish-Tan Quartzite FLAKE. Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta(A-298) For your consideration is a larger sized reddish-tan quartzite Flake. Which was a surface find. The site name is Albert(A) and the Borden number is FjPh-402-A-298. This was in the area close to Fort Saskatchewan on the west side of highway 21 on the way to Fort Saskatchewan. Over the years, I went with my dad to this locality and a few pieces myself. Also known as the Van Hecke site(it was Mr. Van Hecke's property) A-298. Reddish-Tan Quartzite Flake. This found/collected by my dad on June 29. 1969. Size: 85.58 mm long x 46.15 mm across at its widest point x 18.01 mm thick. From my dad's collection of pre-historic artifacts. Please check the photos for more detail/information. ... moreMy dad was a historian/ archaeologist and all of these items are from his extensive collection. Our items have been featured on the Canadian Antiques Roadshow and the prestigious auction house. Bonhams and Butterfields in San Francisco sold some of our native items. Our specialty is items of Plains, Plateau, Sub-Arctic and Arctic people as well as Fur Trade- specifically, HBC. Shipping Shipping is done by USPS unless otherwise listed. Your shipping/handling cost also includes insurance. International buyers: Customs. Duties, taxes, etc. may be applicable and are the buyer's responsibility. All customs documents are filled out accurately. The price you paid has to be clearly stated on the customs document and will not be listed for less. Terms of Sale CONTACT INFO: If you have any questions. Please email us. We try to respond to your questions within 24 hours of receipt. We operate Mon-Sat and are closed on Sunday/holidays(USA) RETURNS: 7 day no questions asked return policy. Buyer to pay for return shipping. Note that it has become necessary for JoysJewelz to employ a number of sophisticated security devices for identification and fraud prevention purposes. Unfort
Pre-historic Red Quartzite BIFACE, Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta (A-300) (Lot 4595)
Pre-historic Red Quartzite BIFACE. Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta(A-300) Lot 4595) Description Pre-historic Square. Red Quartzite BIFACE, Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta(A-300) Lot 4595 For your consideration is a red quartzite biface. Rectangular shaped which was a surface find. The site name is Albert(A) and the Borden number is FjPh-402-A-300. This was in the area close to Fort Saskatchewan on the west side of highway 21 on the way to Fort Saskatchewan. Over the years, I went with my dad to this locality and a few pieces myself. Also known as the Van Hecke site(it was Mr. Van Hecke's property) A-300. Red Quartzite(rectangular) Biface. This found/collected by my dad sometime on June 29. 1969. Size: 82.30 mm long x 45.60 mm across at its widest point x 17.07 mm thick. From my dad's collection of pre-historic artifacts. Please check the photos ... morefor more detail/information. My dad was a historian/ archaeologist and all of these items are from his extensive collection. Our items have been featured on the Canadian Antiques Roadshow and the prestigious auction house. Bonhams and Butterfields in San Francisco sold some of our native items. Our specialty is items of Plains, Plateau, Sub-Arctic and Arctic people as well as Fur Trade- specifically, HBC. Shipping Shipping is done by USPS unless otherwise listed. Your shipping/handling cost also includes insurance. International buyers: Customs. Duties, taxes, etc. may be applicable and are the buyer's responsibility. All customs documents are filled out accurately. The price you paid has to be clearly stated on the customs document and will not be listed for less. Terms of Sale CONTACT INFO: If you have any questions. Please email us. We try to respond to your questions within 24 hours of receipt. We operate Mon-Sat and are closed on Sunday/holidays(USA) RETURNS: 7 day no questions asked return policy. Buyer to pay for return shipping. Note that it has become necessary for JoysJewelz to employ a number of sophisticated security devices for identification and fraud p
Pre-historic Ironstone PARTIAL BLADE, Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta (A-site) #4782
Pre-historic Lg Siltstone PARTIAL BLADE. Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta(A-site) 4782 Description Pre-historic Large Siltstone PARTIAL BLADE. Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta(A-site) Lot 4782 For your consideration is a large brown siltstone partial blade(fragment) Which was a surface find and is an unusually formed artifact. This was found/collected by my dad in August, 1969. The site name is Albert(A) and the Borden number is FjPh-402-A-XXX. This was in the area close to Fort Saskatchewan on the west side of highway 21 on the way to Fort Saskatchewan. As a child, I went with my dad to this locality many, many times and found a few pieces myself. Also known as the Van Hecke site(it was Mr. Van Hecke's property) Lot 4782(A-Site) Partial Blade. Brown siltstone- larger piece Dimensions: 66.46 mm long x 46.58 mm across x 8.47 mm thick. From my dad's ... morecollection of pre-historic artifacts. Please check the photos for more detail/information. My dad was a historian/ archaeologist and all of these items are from his extensive collection. Our items have been featured on the Canadian Antiques Roadshow and the prestigious auction house. Bonhams and Butterfields in San Francisco sold some of our native items. Our specialty is items of Plains, Plateau, Sub-Arctic and Arctic people as well as Fur Trade- specifically, HBC. Shipping Shipping is done by USPS unless otherwise listed. Your shipping/handling cost also includes insurance. International buyers: Customs. Duties, taxes, etc. may be applicable and are the buyer's responsibility. All customs documents are filled out accurately. The price you paid has to be clearly stated on the customs document and will not be listed for less. Terms of Sale CONTACT INFO: If you have any questions. Please email us. We try to respond to your questions within 24 hours of receipt. We operate Mon-Sat and are closed on Sunday/holidays(USA) RETURNS: 7 day no questions asked return policy. Buyer to pay for return shipping. Note that it has become necessary for JoysJewelz to employ a number
Pre-historic Quartzite BIFACE SCRAPER Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta (A-site) #6034
Pre-historic Quartzite BIFACE SCRAPER Fort Saskatchewan. Alberta(A-site) 6034 Description Pre-historic Quartzite BIFACE SCRAPER Fort Saskatchewan. Alberta(A-site) 6034 For your consideration is a beautifully shaped black quartzite Biface Scraper. Which was a surface find. This was found/collected by my dad in the summer of 1969. The site name is Albert(A) and the Borden number is FjPh-402-A-XXX. This was in the area close to Fort Saskatchewan on the west side of highway 21 on the way to Fort Saskatchewan. As a child, I went with my dad to this locality many, many times and found a few pieces myself. Also known as the Van Hecke site(it was Mr. Van Hecke's property) Lot 6034(A-site) Biface Scraqper. Black quartzite- beautiful shaped/formed artifact. Dimensions/Size: 74.9 mm long x 61.2 mm wide(across at widest) x 14.5 mm thick. Note: ruler/scale ... moreis in cm/mm. From my dad's collection of pre-historic artifacts. Please check the photos for more detail/information. My dad was a historian/ archaeologist and all of these items are from his extensive collection. Our items have been featured on the Canadian Antiques Roadshow and the prestigious auction house. Bonhams and Butterfields in San Francisco sold some of our native items. Our specialty is items of Plains, Plateau, Sub-Arctic and Arctic people as well as Fur Trade- specifically, HBC. Payment 234x60" function(d. T) use strict" var s = d.getElementsByTagName(t)0] N = d.createElement(t) n.src ="paypal.adtag.where.com/merchant.js" s.parentNode.insertBefore(n. S) document. script" Shipping Shipping is done by USPS unless otherwise listed. Your shipping/handling cost also includes insurance. International buyers: Customs. Duties, taxes, etc. may be applicable and are the buyer's responsibility. All customs documents are filled out accurately. The price you paid has to be clearly stated on the customs document and will not be listed for less. Terms of Sale CONTACT INFO: If you have any questions. Please email us. We try to respond to y
2 Pre-historic PROJECTILE POINT PARTIALS, Fort Saskatchewan Alberta (A489 &527)
2 Pre-historic PROJECTILE POINT PARTIALS. Fort Saskatchewan Alberta(A489&527) Description 2 Pre-historic PROJECTILE POINT PARTIALS. Fort Saskatchewan Alberta(A-489& A-527) Lot 4860 For your consideration are 2 projectile point portions. Both were surface finds and both from the same site. The site name is Albert(A) and the Borden number is FjPh-402-A-489& A-527. This was in the area close to Fort Saskatchewan on the west side of highway 21 on the way to Fort Saskatchewan. Over the years, I went with my dad to this locality and a few pieces myself. Also known as the Van Hecke site(it was Mr. Van Hecke's property) A-489. Point. Middle portion, brown ironstone. This was found/collected by my dad in April 1982. Size: 25.43 mm long x 15.81 mm across at its widest point x 4.18 mm thick. A-527. Point. Basal portion, quartzite. This ... morewas found/collected by my dad in May 1986. Size: 26.76 mm long x 20.62 mm across at its widest point x 6.16 mm thick. From my dad's collection of pre-historic artifacts. Please check the photos for more detail/information. My dad was a historian/ archaeologist and all of these items are from his extensive collection. Our items have been featured on the Canadian Antiques Roadshow and the prestigious auction house. Bonhams and Butterfields in San Francisco sold some of our native items. Our specialty is items of Plains, Plateau, Sub-Arctic and Arctic people as well as Fur Trade- specifically, HBC. Shipping Shipping is done by USPS unless otherwise listed. Your shipping/handling cost also includes insurance. International buyers: Customs. Duties, taxes, etc. may be applicable and are the buyer's responsibility. All customs documents are filled out accurately. The price you paid has to be clearly stated on the customs document and will not be listed for less. Terms of Sale CONTACT INFO: If you have any questions. Please email us. We try to respond to your questions within 24 hours of receipt. We operate Mon-Sat and are closed on Sunday/holidays(USA) RETURNS: 7 day no quest
2 Pre-historic Point Fragments, Chert & Quartzite Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta - A
SquareTrade © AP6.0 2 Pre-historic Point Fragments. Chert& Quartzite Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta- A Description Lot of 2 Pre-historic Items- 2 Point Fragments- Black Chert and Quartzite from Fort Saskatchewan-area. Alberta(A32& A93) For your consideration are 2 projectile point fragments. Both from the same locality and both are surface finds. The site name is Albert(A) and the Borden number is FjPh-402-A-32 and A93. This was in the area close to Fort Saskatchewan on the west side of highway 21 on the way to Fort Saskatchewan. I had been to this site many times with my dad and found a few artifacts myself. This site is also known as the Van Hecke site(it was Mr. Van Hecke's property) A-32. Projectile Point Partial. Quartzite. Found by my dad on August 7, 1969. The size is 21.72 mm long x 19.49 mm across at its widest point ... morex 5.66 mm thick. A-93. Projectile Point Partial. Black Chert. Found/collected by my dad on August 3, 1969. The size is 37.42 mm long x 21.77 mm across at at widest point x 5.94 mm thick. From my dad's collection of pre-historic artifacts. Please check the photos for more detail/information. My dad was a historian/ archaeologist and all of these items are from his extensive collection. Our items have been featured on the Canadian Antiques Roadshow and the prestigious auction house. Bonhams and Butterfields in San Francisco sold some of our native items. Our specialty is items of Plains, Plateau, Sub-Arctic and Arctic people as well as Fur Trade- specifically, HBC. Shipping Shipping is done by USPS unless otherwise listed. Your shipping/handling cost also includes insurance. International buyers: Customs. Duties, taxes, etc. may be applicable and are the buyer's responsibility. All customs documents are filled out accurately. The price you paid has to be clearly stated on the customs document and will not be listed for less. Terms of Sale CONTACT INFO: If you have any questions. Please email us. We try to respond to your questions within 24 hours of receipt. We operate Mon
Pre-historic Large Quartzite BIFACE, Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta (A-287) #4825
Pre-historic Large Quartzite BIFACE. Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta(A-287) 4825 Description Larger Pre-historic Pink Quartzite BIFACE. Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta(A-287) Lot 4825 For your consideration is a pink-white quartzite biface. Which was a surface find. The site name is Albert(A) and the Borden number is FjPh-402-A-287. This was in the area close to Fort Saskatchewan on the west side of highway 21 on the way to Fort Saskatchewan. Over the years, I went with my dad to this locality and a few pieces myself. Also known as the Van Hecke site(it was Mr. Van Hecke's property) A-287. Biface. Pink-white quartzite. This was found/collected by my dad in August 1969. Size: 77.28 mm long x 45.95 mm across at its widest point x 22.32 mm thick. From my dad's collection of pre-historic artifacts. Please check the photos for more detail/information. ... moreMy dad was a historian/ archaeologist and all of these items are from his extensive collection. Our items have been featured on the Canadian Antiques Roadshow and the prestigious auction house. Bonhams and Butterfields in San Francisco sold some of our native items. Our specialty is items of Plains, Plateau, Sub-Arctic and Arctic people as well as Fur Trade- specifically, HBC. Shipping Shipping is done by USPS unless otherwise listed. Your shipping/handling cost also includes insurance. International buyers: Customs. Duties, taxes, etc. may be applicable and are the buyer's responsibility. All customs documents are filled out accurately. The price you paid has to be clearly stated on the customs document and will not be listed for less. Terms of Sale CONTACT INFO: If you have any questions. Please email us. We try to respond to your questions within 24 hours of receipt. We operate Mon-Sat and are closed on Sunday/holidays(USA) RETURNS: 7 day no questions asked return policy. Buyer to pay for return shipping. Note that it has become necessary for JoysJewelz to employ a number of sophisticated security devices for identification and fraud prevention purposes. Unfortuna
Pre-historic Quartzite BLADE / KNIFE, Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta (A Site) #7246
Pre-historic Quartzite BLADE/ KNIFE. Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta(A Site) 7246 Description Pre-historic Quartzite BLADE/ SRAPER Red-Tan Quartzite. Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta(A Site) Lot 7246 For your consideration is a beautiful shaped blade/ scraper in a red-tan quartzite. Which was a surface find. This was found/collected by my dad in August, 1969. The site name is Albert(A) and the Borden number is FjPh-402-A-XXX. This was in the area close to Fort Saskatchewan on the west side of highway 21 on the way to Fort Saskatchewan. As a child, I went with my dad to this locality many, many times and found a few pieces myself. Also known as the Van Hecke site(it was Mr. Van Hecke's property) A-Site- red-tan Quartzite Blade/ knife. Beautifully formed piece. Dimensions: 73 mm long x 29.5 mm across(at widest) x 11.9 mm thick. From my dad's collection ... moreof pre-historic artifacts. Please check the photos for more detail/information. My dad was a historian/ archaeologist and all of these items are from his extensive collection. Our items have been featured on the Canadian Antiques Roadshow and the prestigious auction house. Bonhams and Butterfields in San Francisco sold some of our native items. Our specialty is items of Plains, Plateau, Sub-Arctic and Arctic people as well as Fur Trade- specifically, HBC. Payment 234x60" function(d. T) use strict" var s = d.getElementsByTagName(t)0] N = d.createElement(t) n.src ="paypal.adtag.where.com/merchant.js" s.parentNode.insertBefore(n. S) document. script" Immediate payment is due with Buy It Now(BIN) Paypal is the preferred method of payment. If you would like to use an alternate method. Please let us know. Note: Arizona residents to pay appropriate sales tax. Shipping Shipping is done by USPS unless otherwise listed. Your shipping/handling cost also includes insurance. International buyers: Customs. Duties, taxes, etc. may be applicable and are the buyer's responsibility. All customs documents are filled out accurately. The price you paid has t
Pre-historic PROJECTILE POINT Quartzite, Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta A-Site #7211
Pre-historic PROJECTILE POINT Quartzite. Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta A-Site#7211 Description Pre-historic PROJECTILE POINT Quartzite. Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta(A-Site) Lot#7211 For your consideration is a beautiful shaped projectile point in a red-grey quartzite. Which was a surface find. This was found/collected by my dad in August, 1969. The site name is Albert(A) and the Borden number is FjPh-402-A-XXX. This was in the area close to Fort Saskatchewan on the west side of highway 21 on the way to Fort Saskatchewan. As a child, I went with my dad to this locality many, many times and found a few pieces myself. Also known as the Van Hecke site(it was Mr. Van Hecke's property) A-Site- red and grey Quartzite Projectile Point. Fairly flat on the"grey" side- beautifully formed. Dimensions: 40.5 mm x 27.1 mm x 8.8 mm From my dad's ... morecollection of pre-historic artifacts. Please check the photos for more detail/information. My dad was a historian/ archaeologist and all of these items are from his extensive collection. Our items have been featured on the Canadian Antiques Roadshow and the prestigious auction house. Bonhams and Butterfields in San Francisco sold some of our native items. Our specialty is items of Plains, Plateau, Sub-Arctic and Arctic people as well as Fur Trade- specifically, HBC. Payment 234x60" function(d. T) use strict" var s = d.getElementsByTagName(t)0] N = d.createElement(t) n.src ="paypal.adtag.where.com/merchant.js" s.parentNode.insertBefore(n. S) document. script" Immediate payment is due with Buy It Now(BIN) Paypal is the preferred method of payment. If you would like to use an alternate method. Please let us know. Note: Arizona residents to pay appropriate sales tax. Shipping Shipping is done by USPS unless otherwise listed. Your shipping/handling cost also includes insurance. International buyers: Customs. Duties, taxes, etc. may be applicable and are the buyer's responsibility. All customs documents are filled out accurately. The price you paid has
Pre-historic Quartzite PROJECTILE BLADE Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta (A-26) #4662
Pre-historic Quartzite PROJECTILE BLADE Fort Saskatchewan. Alberta(A-26) 4662 Description Pre-historic Fine Grain Quartzite PROJECTILE BLADE Fort Saskatchewan. Alberta(A-26) Lot 4662 For your consideration is a fine grain quartzite projectile blade point. Which was a surface find, nicely formed. The site name is Albert(A) and the Borden number is FjPh-402-A-26. This was in the area close to Fort Saskatchewan on the west side of highway 21 on the way to Fort Saskatchewan. Over the years, I went with my dad to this locality and a few pieces myself. Also known as the Van Hecke site(it was Mr. Van Hecke's property) A-26. Fine Grain Quartzite Projectile Blade. This was found/collected by my dad in August 1969. Size: 23.49 mm long x 18.86 mm across at its widest point x 4.27 mm thick. From my dad's collection of pre-historic artifacts. ... morePlease check the photos for more detail/information. My dad was a historian/ archaeologist and all of these items are from his extensive collection. Our items have been featured on the Canadian Antiques Roadshow and the prestigious auction house. Bonhams and Butterfields in San Francisco sold some of our native items. Our specialty is items of Plains, Plateau, Sub-Arctic and Arctic people as well as Fur Trade- specifically, HBC. Shipping Shipping is done by USPS unless otherwise listed. Your shipping/handling cost also includes insurance. International buyers: Customs. Duties, taxes, etc. may be applicable and are the buyer's responsibility. All customs documents are filled out accurately. The price you paid has to be clearly stated on the customs document and will not be listed for less. Terms of Sale CONTACT INFO: If you have any questions. Please email us. We try to respond to your questions within 24 hours of receipt. We operate Mon-Sat and are closed on Sunday/holidays(USA) RETURNS: 7 day no questions asked return policy. Buyer to pay for return shipping. Note that it has become necessary for JoysJewelz to employ a number of sophisticated security devices for identificat
Pre-historic Tan Quartzite BIFACE, Fort Saskatchewan Alberta, A-4 (Lot 4891)
Pre-historic Tan Quartzite BIFACE. Fort Saskatchewan Alberta, A-4(Lot 4891) Description Pre-historic Tan Quartzite BIFACE. Fort Saskatchewan Alberta, A-4(Lot 4891) For your consideration is a quartzite biface. Which was a surface find. The site name is Albert(A) and the Borden number is FjPh-402-A-4. This was in the area close to Fort Saskatchewan on the west side of highway 21 on the way to Fort Saskatchewan. Over the years, I went with my dad to this locality and a few pieces myself. Also known as the Van Hecke site(it was Mr. Van Hecke's property) A-4. Biface. Tan quartzite. This was found/collected by my dad in June 1969. Size: 86.03 mm long x 60.26 mm across at its widest point x 18.45 mm thick. Regular-sized paper clip shown for sizing only. Scale is in mm. From my dad's collection of pre-historic artifacts. Please check the ... morephotos for more detail/information. My dad was a historian/ archaeologist and all of these items are from his extensive collection. Our items have been featured on the Canadian Antiques Roadshow and the prestigious auction house. Bonhams and Butterfields in San Francisco sold some of our native items. Our specialty is items of Plains, Plateau, Sub-Arctic and Arctic people as well as Fur Trade- specifically, HBC. Shipping Shipping is done by USPS unless otherwise listed. Your shipping/handling cost also includes insurance. International buyers: Customs. Duties, taxes, etc. may be applicable and are the buyer's responsibility. All customs documents are filled out accurately. The price you paid has to be clearly stated on the customs document and will not be listed for less. Terms of Sale CONTACT INFO: If you have any questions. Please email us. We try to respond to your questions within 24 hours of receipt. We operate Mon-Sat and are closed on Sunday/holidays(USA) RETURNS: 14 days. Buyer to pay for return shipping. Note that it has become necessary for JoysJewelz to employ a number of sophisticated security devices for identification and fraud prevention purposes. Unfortunatel
Pre-historic Quartzite END SCRAPER, Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta (A-285) Lot 4990
Pre-historic Quartzite END SCRAPER. Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta(A-285) Lot 4990 Description Pre-historic Quartzite END SCRAPER. Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta(A-285) Lot 4990 For your consideration is a large quartzite biface. That was a surface find. This was found/collected by my dad in August 1969. The site name is Albert(A) and the Borden number is FjPh-402-A-285. This was in the area close to Fort Saskatchewan on the west side of highway 21 on the way to Fort Saskatchewan. As a child, I went with my dad to this locality many, many times and found a few pieces myself. Also known as the Van Hecke site(it was Mr. Van Hecke's property) Lot 4990(A-285) END SCRAPER. Tan quartzite. Dimensions: 71.67 mm x long x 44.76 mm x 15.16 mm thick. From my dad's collection of pre-historic artifacts. Please check the photos for more detail/information. ... moreMy dad was a historian/ archaeologist and all of these items are from his extensive collection. Our items have been featured on the Canadian Antiques Roadshow and the prestigious auction house. Bonhams and Butterfields in San Francisco sold some of our native items. Our specialty is items of Plains, Plateau, Sub-Arctic and Arctic people as well as Fur Trade- specifically, HBC. Shipping Shipping is done by USPS unless otherwise listed. Your shipping/handling cost also includes insurance. International buyers: Customs. Duties, taxes, etc. may be applicable and are the buyer's responsibility. All customs documents are filled out accurately. The price you paid has to be clearly stated on the customs document and will not be listed for less. Terms of Sale CONTACT INFO: If you have any questions. Please email us. We try to respond to your questions within 24 hours of receipt. We operate Mon-Sat and are closed on Sunday/holidays(USA) RETURNS: 14 days. Buyer to pay for return shipping. Note that it has become necessary for JoysJewelz to employ a number of sophisticated security devices for identification and fraud prevention purposes. Unfortunately, this has become necessary due
3 Pre-historic Partial POINTS Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta (A-site) Lot 4800
3 Pre-historic Partial POINTS Fort Saskatchewan. Alberta(A-site) Lot 4800 Description 3 Pre-historic Chert& Siltstone Partial POINTS Fort Saskatchewan. Alberta(A-site) Lot 4800 For your consideration are 3 partial projectile points. Chert and siltstone, all surface finds and all from the same site. These was found/collected by my dad during July or August, 1970. The site name is Albert(A) and the Borden number is FjPh-402-A-XXX. This was in the area close to Fort Saskatchewan on the west side of highway 21 on the way to Fort Saskatchewan. As a child, I went with my dad to this locality many, many times and found a few pieces myself. Also known as the Van Hecke site(it was Mr. Van Hecke's property) Red(small) 23.69 mm long x 17.40 mm across x 5.29 mm thick Dark Grey(medium) 39.38 mm long x 21.02 mm across x 6.42 mm thick. Grey(large) ... more44.03 mm long x 26.54 mm across x 6.39 mm thick From my dad's collection of pre-historic artifacts. Please check the photos for more detail/information. My dad was a historian/ archaeologist and all of these items are from his extensive collection. Our items have been featured on the Canadian Antiques Roadshow and the prestigious auction house. Bonhams and Butterfields in San Francisco sold some of our native items. Our specialty is items of Plains, Plateau, Sub-Arctic and Arctic people as well as Fur Trade- specifically, HBC. Shipping Shipping is done by USPS unless otherwise listed. Your shipping/handling cost also includes insurance. International buyers: Customs. Duties, taxes, etc. may be applicable and are the buyer's responsibility. All customs documents are filled out accurately. The price you paid has to be clearly stated on the customs document and will not be listed for less. Terms of Sale CONTACT INFO: If you have any questions. Please email us. We try to respond to your questions within 24 hours of receipt. We operate Mon-Sat and are closed on Sunday/holidays(USA) RETURNS: 7 day no questions asked return policy. Buyer to pay for return shipping. Note
2 Antique GLASS SHARD SCRAPERS, Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta (A442 & 443) Lot 4764
2 Antique GLASS SHARD SCRAPERS. Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta(A442& 443) Lot 4764 Description 2 Antique GLASS SHARD SCRAPERS. Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta(A442& 443) Lot 4764 For your consideration is a glass shard scraper which was a surface find. The site name is Albert(A) and the Borden number is FjPh-402-A-442& A-443. This was in the area close to Fort Saskatchewan on the west side of highway 21 on the way to Fort Saskatchewan. Over the years. I went with my dad to this locality and a few pieces myself. Also known as the Van Hecke site(it was Mr. Van Hecke's property) A-442& 443. Glass Shard Scrapers. Both pieces were found/collected by my dad in August. 1969. A-442. Size: 41.84 mm long x 23.10 mm across at its widest point x 3.95 mm thick. A-443. Size: 31.62 mm long x 27.01 mm across at its widest point x 3.91 mm thick. ... moreFrom my dad's collection of pre-historic artifacts. Please check the photos for more detail/information. My dad was a historian/ archaeologist and all of these items are from his extensive collection. Our items have been featured on the Canadian Antiques Roadshow and the prestigious auction house. Bonhams and Butterfields in San Francisco sold some of our native items. Our specialty is items of Plains, Plateau, Sub-Arctic and Arctic people as well as Fur Trade- specifically, HBC. Shipping Shipping is done by USPS unless otherwise listed. Your shipping/handling cost also includes insurance. International buyers: Customs. Duties, taxes, etc. may be applicable and are the buyer's responsibility. All customs documents are filled out accurately. The price you paid has to be clearly stated on the customs document and will not be listed for less. Terms of Sale CONTACT INFO: If you have any questions. Please email us. We try to respond to your questions within 24 hours of receipt. We operate Mon-Sat and are closed on Sunday/holidays(USA) RETURNS: 7 day no questions asked return policy. Buyer to pay for return shipping. Note that it has become necessary for JoysJewelz to employ
Pre-historic Quartzite PROJECTILE POINT Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta (A-site) 4808
Pre-historic Quartzite PROJECTILE POINT Fort Saskatchewan. Alberta(A-site) 4808 Description Pre-historic Quartzite PROJECTILE POINT Fort Saskatchewan. Alberta(A-site) 4808 For your consideration is a quartzite projectile point. Which was a surface find- nicely formed artifact. This was found/collected by my dad during July or August, 1970. The site name is Albert(A) and the Borden number is FjPh-402-A-XXX. This was in the area close to Fort Saskatchewan on the west side of highway 21 on the way to Fort Saskatchewan. As a child, I went with my dad to this locality many, many times and found a few pieces myself. Also known as the Van Hecke site(it was Mr. Van Hecke's property) Size: 29.78 mm long x 22.66 mm across x 6.22 mm thick. From my dad's collection of pre-historic artifacts. Please check the photos for more detail/information. ... moreMy dad was a historian/ archaeologist and all of these items are from his extensive collection. Our items have been featured on the Canadian Antiques Roadshow and the prestigious auction house. Bonhams and Butterfields in San Francisco sold some of our native items. Our specialty is items of Plains, Plateau, Sub-Arctic and Arctic people as well as Fur Trade- specifically, HBC. Shipping Shipping is done by USPS unless otherwise listed. Your shipping/handling cost also includes insurance. International buyers: Customs. Duties, taxes, etc. may be applicable and are the buyer's responsibility. All customs documents are filled out accurately. The price you paid has to be clearly stated on the customs document and will not be listed for less. Terms of Sale CONTACT INFO: If you have any questions. Please email us. We try to respond to your questions within 24 hours of receipt. We operate Mon-Sat and are closed on Sunday/holidays(USA) RETURNS: 7 day no questions asked return policy. Buyer to pay for return shipping. Note that it has become necessary for JoysJewelz to employ a number of sophisticated security devices for identification and fraud prevention purposes. Unfortunately, t
2 Pre-historic Quartzite PARTIAL POINTS Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta (A-site) 4796
2 Pre-historic Quartzite PARTIAL POINTS Fort Saskatchewan. Alberta(A-site) 4796 Description 2 Pre-historic Quartzite PARTIAL POINTS Fort Saskatchewan. Alberta(A-site) Lot 4796 For your consideration are 2 quartzite partial projectile points. Which were surface finds- nicely formed artifact. This was found/collected by my dad during July or August, 1970. The site name is Albert(A) and the Borden number is FjPh-402-A-XXX. This was in the area close to Fort Saskatchewan on the west side of highway 21 on the way to Fort Saskatchewan. As a child, I went with my dad to this locality many, many times and found a few pieces myself. Also known as the Van Hecke site(it was Mr. Van Hecke's property) Grey Quartzite Partial Point. Size: 25.34 mm long x 36.34 mm across x 6.52 mm thick. Tan Quartzite Partial Point. Size: 36.41 mm long x 37.92 mm across ... morex 9.04 mm thick. From my dad's collection of pre-historic artifacts. Please check the photos for more detail/information. My dad was a historian/ archaeologist and all of these items are from his extensive collection. Our items have been featured on the Canadian Antiques Roadshow and the prestigious auction house. Bonhams and Butterfields in San Francisco sold some of our native items. Our specialty is items of Plains, Plateau, Sub-Arctic and Arctic people as well as Fur Trade- specifically, HBC. Shipping Shipping is done by USPS unless otherwise listed. Your shipping/handling cost also includes insurance. International buyers: Customs. Duties, taxes, etc. may be applicable and are the buyer's responsibility. All customs documents are filled out accurately. The price you paid has to be clearly stated on the customs document and will not be listed for less. Terms of Sale CONTACT INFO: If you have any questions. Please email us. We try to respond to your questions within 24 hours of receipt. We operate Mon-Sat and are closed on Sunday/holidays(USA) RETURNS: 7 day no questions asked return policy. Buyer to pay for return shipping. Note that it has become necessary for J
Antique GLASS SHARD SCRAPER, Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta (A-445) Lot 4766
Antique GLASS SHARD SCRAPER. Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta(A-445) Lot 4766 Description Antique GLASS SHARD. Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta(A-445) Lot 4766 For your consideration is a glass shard which was a surface find. The site name is Albert(A) and the Borden number is FjPh-402-A-445. This was in the area close to Fort Saskatchewan on the west side of highway 21 on the way to Fort Saskatchewan. Over the years. I went with my dad to this locality and a few pieces myself. Also known as the Van Hecke site(it was Mr. Van Hecke's property) A-445. Glass Shard Scraper. This was found/collected by my dad in August. 1969. Size: 58.14 mm long x 29.83 mm across at its widest point x 4.81 mm thick. From my dad's collection of pre-historic artifacts. Please check the photos for more detail/information. My dad was a historian/ archaeologist and all ... moreof these items are from his extensive collection. Our items have been featured on the Canadian Antiques Roadshow and the prestigious auction house. Bonhams and Butterfields in San Francisco sold some of our native items. Our specialty is items of Plains, Plateau, Sub-Arctic and Arctic people as well as Fur Trade- specifically, HBC. Shipping Shipping is done by USPS unless otherwise listed. Your shipping/handling cost also includes insurance. International buyers: Customs. Duties, taxes, etc. may be applicable and are the buyer's responsibility. All customs documents are filled out accurately. The price you paid has to be clearly stated on the customs document and will not be listed for less. Terms of Sale CONTACT INFO: If you have any questions. Please email us. We try to respond to your questions within 24 hours of receipt. We operate Mon-Sat and are closed on Sunday/holidays(USA) RETURNS: 7 day no questions asked return policy. Buyer to pay for return shipping. Note that it has become necessary for JoysJewelz to employ a number of sophisticated security devices for identification and fraud prevention purposes. Unfortunately, this has become necessary due to the number of s
Pre-historic Flint SCRAPER Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta (A-site) 4798
Pre-historic Flint SCRAPER Fort Saskatchewan. Alberta(A-site) 4798 Description Pre-historic Flint SCRAPER Fort Saskatchewan. Alberta(A-site) Lot 4798 For your consideration is a nice piece of flint- scraper. Which was a surface find- nicely formed artifact. This was found/collected by my dad during July or August, 1970. The site name is Albert(A) and the Borden number is FjPh-402-A-XXX. This was in the area close to Fort Saskatchewan on the west side of highway 21 on the way to Fort Saskatchewan. As a child, I went with my dad to this locality many, many times and found a few pieces myself. Also known as the Van Hecke site(it was Mr. Van Hecke's property) Size: 33.98 mm long x 25.08 mm across x 9.16 mm thick. From my dad's collection of pre-historic artifacts. Please check the photos for more detail/information. My dad was a historian/ ... morearchaeologist and all of these items are from his extensive collection. Our items have been featured on the Canadian Antiques Roadshow and the prestigious auction house. Bonhams and Butterfields in San Francisco sold some of our native items. Our specialty is items of Plains, Plateau, Sub-Arctic and Arctic people as well as Fur Trade- specifically, HBC. Shipping Shipping is done by USPS unless otherwise listed. Your shipping/handling cost also includes insurance. International buyers: Customs. Duties, taxes, etc. may be applicable and are the buyer's responsibility. All customs documents are filled out accurately. The price you paid has to be clearly stated on the customs document and will not be listed for less. Terms of Sale CONTACT INFO: If you have any questions. Please email us. We try to respond to your questions within 24 hours of receipt. We operate Mon-Sat and are closed on Sunday/holidays(USA) RETURNS: 7 day no questions asked return policy. Buyer to pay for return shipping. Note that it has become necessary for JoysJewelz to employ a number of sophisticated security devices for identification and fraud prevention purposes. Unfortunately, this has become nece
Pre-historic BONE FRAGMENT, Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta (A-402) Lot 4819
Pre-historic BONE FRAGMENT. Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta(A-402) Lot 4819 Description Pre-historic BONE FRAGMENT. Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta(A-402) Lot 4819 For your consideration is pre-historic bone fragment. Which was a surface find. The site name is Albert(A) and the Borden number is FjPh-402-A-402. This was in the area close to Fort Saskatchewan on the west side of highway 21 on the way to Fort Saskatchewan. Over the years, I went with my dad to this locality and a few pieces myself. Also known as the Van Hecke site(it was Mr. Van Hecke's property) A-402. Pre-historic Bone Fragment. This was found/collected by my dad in June 1969. Size: 56.98 mm long x 40.42 mm across at its widest point x 15.79 mm thick. From my dad's collection of pre-historic artifacts. Please check the photos for more detail/information. My dad was a historian/ ... morearchaeologist and all of these items are from his extensive collection. Our items have been featured on the Canadian Antiques Roadshow and the prestigious auction house. Bonhams and Butterfields in San Francisco sold some of our native items. Our specialty is items of Plains, Plateau, Sub-Arctic and Arctic people as well as Fur Trade- specifically, HBC. Shipping Shipping is done by USPS unless otherwise listed. Your shipping/handling cost also includes insurance. International buyers: Customs. Duties, taxes, etc. may be applicable and are the buyer's responsibility. All customs documents are filled out accurately. The price you paid has to be clearly stated on the customs document and will not be listed for less. Terms of Sale CONTACT INFO: If you have any questions. Please email us. We try to respond to your questions within 24 hours of receipt. We operate Mon-Sat and are closed on Sunday/holidays(USA) RETURNS: 7 day no questions asked return policy. Buyer to pay for return shipping. Note that it has become necessary for JoysJewelz to employ a number of sophisticated security devices for identification and fraud prevention purposes. Unfortunately, this has become necessa
Pre-historic Chalcedony PROJECTILE POINT Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta (A383) #4683
Pre-historic Chalcedony PROJECTILE POINT Fort Saskatchewan. Alberta(A383) 4683 Description Pre-historic Red Chalcedony PROJECTILE POINT Fort Saskatchewan. Alberta(A383) 4683 For your consideration is a nicely formed red chalcedony projectile point that was a surface find. The site name is Albert(A) and the Borden number is FjPh-402-A-383. This was in the area close to Fort Saskatchewan on the west side of highway 21 on the way to Fort Saskatchewan. Over the years. I went with my dad to this locality and a few pieces myself. Also known as the Van Hecke site(it was Mr. Van Hecke's property) A-383. Chalcedony Projectile Point. This was found/collected by my dad in June 1971. Size: 19.29 mm long x 14.77 mm across at its widest point x 4.51 mm thick. From my dad's collection of pre-historic artifacts. Please check the photos for more detail/information. ... moreMy dad was a historian/ archaeologist and all of these items are from his extensive collection. Our items have been featured on the Canadian Antiques Roadshow and the prestigious auction house. Bonhams and Butterfields in San Francisco sold some of our native items. Our specialty is items of Plains, Plateau, Sub-Arctic and Arctic people as well as Fur Trade- specifically, HBC. Shipping Shipping is done by USPS unless otherwise listed. Your shipping/handling cost also includes insurance. International buyers: Customs. Duties, taxes, etc. may be applicable and are the buyer's responsibility. All customs documents are filled out accurately. The price you paid has to be clearly stated on the customs document and will not be listed for less. Terms of Sale CONTACT INFO: If you have any questions. Please email us. We try to respond to your questions within 24 hours of receipt. We operate Mon-Sat and are closed on Sunday/holidays(USA) RETURNS: 7 day no questions asked return policy. Buyer to pay for return shipping. Note that it has become necessary for JoysJewelz to employ a number of sophisticated security devices for identification and fraud prevention purposes
Lot of 2 Pre-historic UNIFACE & FRAG POINT Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta (A-site)
Lot of 2 Pre-historic UNIFACE& FRAG POINT Fort Saskatchewan. Alberta(A-site) Description Lot of 2 Pre-historic Chert Uniface& Quartzite Fragment. Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta(A-308& A-326) Lot 4682 For your consideration are 2 artifacts. A chert uniface and a quartzite fragment, both were surface finds and both were from the same site and both collected in May 1971 by my dad. The site name is Albert(A) and the Borden number is FjPh-402-A-308& A-326. This was in the area close to Fort Saskatchewan on the west side of highway 21 on the way to Fort Saskatchewan. Over the years, I went with my dad to this locality and a few pieces myself. Also known as the Van Hecke site(it was Mr. Van Hecke's property) A-308. Chert Uniface. S ize: 39.35 mm long x 33.35 mm across at its widest point x 13.25 mm thick. A-326. Quartzite Fragment. ... moreSize: 36.26 mm long x 23.97 mm wide x 8.08 mm thick. From my dad's collection of pre-historic artifacts. Please check the photos for more detail/information. My dad was a historian/ archaeologist and all of these items are from his extensive collection. Our items have been featured on the Canadian Antiques Roadshow and the prestigious auction house. Bonhams and Butterfields in San Francisco sold some of our native items. Our specialty is items of Plains, Plateau, Sub-Arctic and Arctic people as well as Fur Trade- specifically, HBC. Shipping Shipping is done by USPS unless otherwise listed. Your shipping/handling cost also includes insurance. International buyers: Customs. Duties, taxes, etc. may be applicable and are the buyer's responsibility. All customs documents are filled out accurately. The price you paid has to be clearly stated on the customs document and will not be listed for less. Terms of Sale CONTACT INFO: If you have any questions. Please email us. We try to respond to your questions within 24 hours of receipt. We operate Mon-Sat and are closed on Sunday/holidays(USA) RETURNS: 7 day no questions asked return policy. Buyer to pay for return shipping. Note
Pre-historic Chert FRAGMENT POINT Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta (A328) #4665
Pre-historic Chert FRAGMENT POINT Fort Saskatchewan. Alberta(A328) 4665 Description Pre-historic Chert FRAGMENT POINT Fort Saskatchewan. Alberta(A328) 4665 For your consideration is a nicely formed chert fragment point. Which was a surface find. The site name is Albert(A) and the Borden number is FjPh-402-A-328. This was in the area close to Fort Saskatchewan on the west side of highway 21 on the way to Fort Saskatchewan. Over the years, I went with my dad to this locality and a few pieces myself. Also known as the Van Hecke site(it was Mr. Van Hecke's property) A-328. Chert Fragment Point. This was found/collected by my dad in May 1971. Size: 37.62 mm long x 28.56 mm across at its widest point x 7.15 mm thick. From my dad's collection of pre-historic artifacts. Please check the photos for more detail/information. My dad was a historian/ ... morearchaeologist and all of these items are from his extensive collection. Our items have been featured on the Canadian Antiques Roadshow and the prestigious auction house. Bonhams and Butterfields in San Francisco sold some of our native items. Our specialty is items of Plains, Plateau, Sub-Arctic and Arctic people as well as Fur Trade- specifically, HBC. Shipping Shipping is done by USPS unless otherwise listed. Your shipping/handling cost also includes insurance. International buyers: Customs. Duties, taxes, etc. may be applicable and are the buyer's responsibility. All customs documents are filled out accurately. The price you paid has to be clearly stated on the customs document and will not be listed for less. Terms of Sale CONTACT INFO: If you have any questions. Please email us. We try to respond to your questions within 24 hours of receipt. We operate Mon-Sat and are closed on Sunday/holidays(USA) RETURNS: 7 day no questions asked return policy. Buyer to pay for return shipping. Note that it has become necessary for JoysJewelz to employ a number of sophisticated security devices for identification and fraud prevention purposes. Unfortunately, this has become ne
Lot of 3 Pre-historic FLAKE & FRAG POINTS Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta (A-site)
Lot of 3 Pre-historic FLAKE& FRAG POINTS Fort Saskatchewan. Alberta(A-site) Description Lot of 3 Pre-historic Flake& 2 Fragments. Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta(A-311, A-361& A-363) Lot 4684 For your consideration are 3 artifacts. All chalcedony- 1 flake and 2 fragments, all were surface finds, all were from the same site and all three collected by my dad in May 1971. The site name is Albert(A) and the Borden number is FjPh-402-A-11, A-361& A-363. This was in the area close to Fort Saskatchewan on the west side of highway 21 on the way to Fort Saskatchewan. Over the years, I went with my dad to this locality and a few pieces myself. Also known as the Van Hecke site(it was Mr. Van Hecke's property) A-311. Chalcedony Flake. S ize: 24.81 mm long x 25.04 mm across at its widest point x 8.49 mm thick. A-361. Chalcdeony Fragment. ... moreSize: 26.87 mm long x 20.99 mm wide x 5.49 mm thick. A-363. Chalcdeony Fragment Point. Size: 22.57 mm long x 19.32 mm wide x 3.75 mm thick. From my dad's collection of pre-historic artifacts. Please check the photos for more detail/information. My dad was a historian/ archaeologist and all of these items are from his extensive collection. Our items have been featured on the Canadian Antiques Roadshow and the prestigious auction house. Bonhams and Butterfields in San Francisco sold some of our native items. Our specialty is items of Plains, Plateau, Sub-Arctic and Arctic people as well as Fur Trade- specifically, HBC. Shipping Shipping is done by USPS unless otherwise listed. Your shipping/handling cost also includes insurance. International buyers: Customs. Duties, taxes, etc. may be applicable and are the buyer's responsibility. All customs documents are filled out accurately. The price you paid has to be clearly stated on the customs document and will not be listed for less. Terms of Sale CONTACT INFO: If you have any questions. Please email us. We try to respond to your questions within 24 hours of receipt. We operate Mon-Sat and are closed on Sunday/holidays(USA) RE
Pre-historic SHELL FRAGMENT, Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta (A-301)
Pre-historic SHELL FRAGMENT. Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta(A-301) Description Pre-historic SHELL FRAGMENT. Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta(A-301) Lot 4553 For your consideration is a shell fragment which was a surface find. The site name is Albert(A) and the Borden number is FjPh-402-A-301. This was in the area close to Fort Saskatchewan on the west side of highway 21 on the way to Fort Saskatchewan. Over the years. I went with my dad to this locality and a few pieces myself. Also known as the Van Hecke site(it was Mr. Van Hecke's property) A-301. Shell Fragment. This was found/collected by my dad on May 30. 1971. Size: 26.24 mm long x 20.35 mm across at its widest point x 2.86 mm thick. From my dad's collection of pre-historic artifacts. Please check the photos for more detail/information. My dad was a historian/ archaeologist and all of ... morethese items are from his extensive collection. Our items have been featured on the Canadian Antiques Roadshow and the prestigious auction house. Bonhams and Butterfields in San Francisco sold some of our native items. Our specialty is items of Plains, Plateau, Sub-Arctic and Arctic people as well as Fur Trade- specifically, HBC. Shipping Shipping is done by USPS unless otherwise listed. Your shipping/handling cost also includes insurance. International buyers: Customs. Duties, taxes, etc. may be applicable and are the buyer's responsibility. All customs documents are filled out accurately. The price you paid has to be clearly stated on the customs document and will not be listed for less. Terms of Sale CONTACT INFO: If you have any questions. Please email us. We try to respond to your questions within 24 hours of receipt. We operate Mon-Sat and are closed on Sunday/holidays(USA) RETURNS: 7 day no questions asked return policy. Buyer to pay for return shipping. Note that it has become necessary for JoysJewelz to employ a number of sophisticated security devices for identification and fraud prevention purposes. Unfortunately, this has become necessary due to the number of sc
Pre-historic Quartzite FRAGMENT, Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta (A-364) Lot #4648
Pre-historic Quartzite FRAGMENT. Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta(A-364) Lot#4648 Description Pre-historic Quartzite FRAGMENT. Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta(A-364) Lot 4648 For your consideration is a quartzite fragment which was a surface find. The site name is Albert(A) and the Borden number is FjPh-402-A-364. This was in the area close to Fort Saskatchewan on the west side of highway 21 on the way to Fort Saskatchewan. Over the years. I went with my dad to this locality and a few pieces myself. Also known as the Van Hecke site(it was Mr. Van Hecke's property) A-364. Quartzite Fragment. This was found/collected by my dad on May 30. 1971. Size: 33.74 mm long x 21.74 mm across at its widest point x 6.28 mm thick. From my dad's collection of pre-historic artifacts. Please check the photos for more detail/information. My dad was a historian/ ... morearchaeologist and all of these items are from his extensive collection. Our items have been featured on the Canadian Antiques Roadshow and the prestigious auction house. Bonhams and Butterfields in San Francisco sold some of our native items. Our specialty is items of Plains, Plateau, Sub-Arctic and Arctic people as well as Fur Trade- specifically, HBC. Shipping Shipping is done by USPS unless otherwise listed. Your shipping/handling cost also includes insurance. International buyers: Customs. Duties, taxes, etc. may be applicable and are the buyer's responsibility. All customs documents are filled out accurately. The price you paid has to be clearly stated on the customs document and will not be listed for less. Terms of Sale CONTACT INFO: If you have any questions. Please email us. We try to respond to your questions within 24 hours of receipt. We operate Mon-Sat and are closed on Sunday/holidays(USA) RETURNS: 7 day no questions asked return policy. Buyer to pay for return shipping. Note that it has become necessary for JoysJewelz to employ a number of sophisticated security devices for identification and fraud prevention purposes. Unfortunately, this has become necessa
Pre-historic Quartzite RETOUCHED FLAKE, Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta (A-306) #4649
Pre-historic Quartzite RETOUCHED FLAKE. Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta(A-306) 4649 Description Pre-historic Quartzite RETOUCHED FLAKE. Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta(A-306) Lot 4649 For your consideration is a white quartz flake which was a surface find. The site name is Albert(A) and the Borden number is FjPh-402-A-306. This was in the area close to Fort Saskatchewan on the west side of highway 21 on the way to Fort Saskatchewan. Over the years. I went with my dad to this locality and a few pieces myself. Also known as the Van Hecke site(it was Mr. Van Hecke's property) A-306. Quartzite Retrouched Flake. This was found/collected by my dad on May 30. 1971. Size: 41.28 mm long x 21.83 mm across at its widest point x 5.72 mm thick. From my dad's collection of pre-historic artifacts. Please check the photos for more detail/information. My dad ... morewas a historian/ archaeologist and all of these items are from his extensive collection. Our items have been featured on the Canadian Antiques Roadshow and the prestigious auction house. Bonhams and Butterfields in San Francisco sold some of our native items. Our specialty is items of Plains, Plateau, Sub-Arctic and Arctic people as well as Fur Trade- specifically, HBC. Shipping Shipping is done by USPS unless otherwise listed. Your shipping/handling cost also includes insurance. International buyers: Customs. Duties, taxes, etc. may be applicable and are the buyer's responsibility. All customs documents are filled out accurately. The price you paid has to be clearly stated on the customs document and will not be listed for less. Terms of Sale CONTACT INFO: If you have any questions. Please email us. We try to respond to your questions within 24 hours of receipt. We operate Mon-Sat and are closed on Sunday/holidays(USA) RETURNS: 7 day no questions asked return policy. Buyer to pay for return shipping. Note that it has become necessary for JoysJewelz to employ a number of sophisticated security devices for identification and fraud prevention purposes. Unfortunately, this
Pre-historic Quartzite FRAGMENT BIFACE, Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta (A-320) #4650
Pre-historic Quartzite FRAGMENT BIFACE. Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta(A-320) 4650 Description Pre-historic Tan-Reddish Quartzite FRAGMENT BIFACE. Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta(A-320) Lot 4650 For your consideration is a reddish-tan quartzite fragment biface. Which was a surface find. The site name is Albert(A) and the Borden number is FjPh-402-A-320. This was in the area close to Fort Saskatchewan on the west side of highway 21 on the way to Fort Saskatchewan. Over the years, I went with my dad to this locality and a few pieces myself. Also known as the Van Hecke site(it was Mr. Van Hecke's property) A-320. Reddish-tan Quartzite Fragment Biface. This was found/collected by my dad on May 30. 1971. Size: 88.52 mm long x 43.31 mm across at its widest point x 11.08 mm thick. From my dad's collection of pre-historic artifacts. Please check the ... morephotos for more detail/information. My dad was a historian/ archaeologist and all of these items are from his extensive collection. Our items have been featured on the Canadian Antiques Roadshow and the prestigious auction house. Bonhams and Butterfields in San Francisco sold some of our native items. Our specialty is items of Plains, Plateau, Sub-Arctic and Arctic people as well as Fur Trade- specifically, HBC. Shipping Shipping is done by USPS unless otherwise listed. Your shipping/handling cost also includes insurance. International buyers: Customs. Duties, taxes, etc. may be applicable and are the buyer's responsibility. All customs documents are filled out accurately. The price you paid has to be clearly stated on the customs document and will not be listed for less. Terms of Sale CONTACT INFO: If you have any questions. Please email us. We try to respond to your questions within 24 hours of receipt. We operate Mon-Sat and are closed on Sunday/holidays(USA) RETURNS: 7 day no questions asked return policy. Buyer to pay for return shipping. Note that it has become necessary for JoysJewelz to employ a number of sophisticated security devices for identification and fraud
Pre-historic White Quartzite BIFACE, Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta (A-317) #4653
Pre-historic White Quartzite BIFACE. Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta(A-317) 4653 Description Pre-historic White Quartzite BIFACE. Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta(A-317) Lot 4653 For your consideration is a white quartzite biface. Which was a surface find. The site name is Albert(A) and the Borden number is FjPh-402-A-317. This was in the area close to Fort Saskatchewan on the west side of highway 21 on the way to Fort Saskatchewan. Over the years, I went with my dad to this locality and a few pieces myself. Also known as the Van Hecke site(it was Mr. Van Hecke's property) A-317. White Quartzite Biface. This was found/collected by my dad on May 30. 1971. Size: 51.66 mm long x 35.78 mm across at its widest point x 13.58 mm thick. From my dad's collection of pre-historic artifacts. Please check the photos for more detail/information. My dad was ... morea historian/ archaeologist and all of these items are from his extensive collection. Our items have been featured on the Canadian Antiques Roadshow and the prestigious auction house. Bonhams and Butterfields in San Francisco sold some of our native items. Our specialty is items of Plains, Plateau, Sub-Arctic and Arctic people as well as Fur Trade- specifically, HBC. Shipping Shipping is done by USPS unless otherwise listed. Your shipping/handling cost also includes insurance. International buyers: Customs. Duties, taxes, etc. may be applicable and are the buyer's responsibility. All customs documents are filled out accurately. The price you paid has to be clearly stated on the customs document and will not be listed for less. Terms of Sale CONTACT INFO: If you have any questions. Please email us. We try to respond to your questions within 24 hours of receipt. We operate Mon-Sat and are closed on Sunday/holidays(USA) RETURNS: 7 day no questions asked return policy. Buyer to pay for return shipping. Note that it has become necessary for JoysJewelz to employ a number of sophisticated security devices for identification and fraud prevention purposes. Unfortunately, this has be
Pre-historic Red Chalcedony FLAKE, Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta (A-309) Lot #4647
Pre-historic Red Chalcedony FLAKE. Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta(A-309) Lot#4647 Description Pre-historic Red Chalcedony FLAKE. Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta(A-309) Lot 4647 For your consideration is a red chalcedony flake. Which was a surface find. The site name is Albert(A) and the Borden number is FjPh-402-A-309. This was in the area close to Fort Saskatchewan on the west side of highway 21 on the way to Fort Saskatchewan. Over the years, I went with my dad to this locality and a few pieces myself. Also known as the Van Hecke site(it was Mr. Van Hecke's property) A-309. Red Chalcedony Flake. This was found/collected by my dad on May 30. 1971. Size: 46.28 mm long x 26.51 mm across at its widest point x 11.64 mm thick. From my dad's collection of pre-historic artifacts. Please check the photos for more detail/information. My dad was a ... morehistorian/ archaeologist and all of these items are from his extensive collection. Our items have been featured on the Canadian Antiques Roadshow and the prestigious auction house. Bonhams and Butterfields in San Francisco sold some of our native items. Our specialty is items of Plains, Plateau, Sub-Arctic and Arctic people as well as Fur Trade- specifically, HBC. Shipping Shipping is done by USPS unless otherwise listed. Your shipping/handling cost also includes insurance. International buyers: Customs. Duties, taxes, etc. may be applicable and are the buyer's responsibility. All customs documents are filled out accurately. The price you paid has to be clearly stated on the customs document and will not be listed for less. Terms of Sale CONTACT INFO: If you have any questions. Please email us. We try to respond to your questions within 24 hours of receipt. We operate Mon-Sat and are closed on Sunday/holidays(USA) RETURNS: 7 day no questions asked return policy. Buyer to pay for return shipping. Note that it has become necessary for JoysJewelz to employ a number of sophisticated security devices for identification and fraud prevention purposes. Unfortunately, this has beco
Pre-historic Speckled Chalcedony FRAGMENT, Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta (A350)
Pre-historic Speckled Chalcedony FRAGMENT. Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta(A350) Description Pre-historic Speckled Chalcedony FRAGMENT. Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta(A350) For your consideration is a speckled chalcedony Fragment. Which was a surface find. The site name is Albert(A) and the Borden number is FjPh-402-A-350. This was in the area close to Fort Saskatchewan on the west side of highway 21 on the way to Fort Saskatchewan. Over the years, I went with my dad to this locality and a few pieces myself. Also known as the Van Hecke site(it was Mr. Van Hecke's property) A- 350. Speckled Chalcedony Fragment. This was found/collected by my dad on May 30. 1971. Size: 27.77 mm long x 21.03 mm across at its widest point x 5.69 mm thick. From my dad's collection of pre-historic artifacts. Please check the photos for more detail/information. My ... moredad was a historian/ archaeologist and all of these items are from his extensive collection. Our items have been featured on the Canadian Antiques Roadshow and the prestigious auction house. Bonhams and Butterfields in San Francisco sold some of our native items. Our specialty is items of Plains, Plateau, Sub-Arctic and Arctic people as well as Fur Trade- specifically, HBC. Shipping Shipping is done by USPS unless otherwise listed. Your shipping/handling cost also includes insurance. International buyers: Customs. Duties, taxes, etc. may be applicable and are the buyer's responsibility. All customs documents are filled out accurately. The price you paid has to be clearly stated on the customs document and will not be listed for less. Terms of Sale CONTACT INFO: If you have any questions. Please email us. We try to respond to your questions within 24 hours of receipt. We operate Mon-Sat and are closed on Sunday/holidays(USA) RETURNS: 7 day no questions asked return policy. Buyer to pay for return shipping. Note that it has become necessary for JoysJewelz to employ a number of sophisticated security devices for identification and fraud prevention purposes. Unfortunately, this
Large Pre-historic Quartzite Fragment BIFACE, Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta (A-345)
Large Pre-historic Quartzite Fragment BIFACE. Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta(A-345) Description Large Pre-historic Quartzite Fragment BIFACE. Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta(A-345) For your consideration is a pre-historic quartzite fragment biface. Which was a surface find. The site name is Albert(A) and the Borden number is FjPh-402-A-345. This was in the area close to Fort Saskatchewan on the west side of highway 21 on the way to Fort Saskatchewan. Over the years, I went with my dad to this locality and a few pieces myself. Also known as the Van Hecke site(it was Mr. Van Hecke's property) A- 345. Fragment Biface. Dark tan quartzite. This was found/collected by my dad on May 30. 1971. Size: 80.29 mm long x 46.59 mm across at its widest point x 17.57 mm thick. From my dad's collection of pre-historic artifacts. Please check the photos for ... moremore detail/information. My dad was a historian/ archaeologist and all of these items are from his extensive collection. Our items have been featured on the Canadian Antiques Roadshow and the prestigious auction house. Bonhams and Butterfields in San Francisco sold some of our native items. Our specialty is items of Plains, Plateau, Sub-Arctic and Arctic people as well as Fur Trade- specifically, HBC. Shipping Shipping is done by USPS unless otherwise listed. Your shipping/handling cost also includes insurance. International buyers: Customs. Duties, taxes, etc. may be applicable and are the buyer's responsibility. All customs documents are filled out accurately. The price you paid has to be clearly stated on the customs document and will not be listed for less. Terms of Sale CONTACT INFO: If you have any questions. Please email us. We try to respond to your questions within 24 hours of receipt. We operate Mon-Sat and are closed on Sunday/holidays(USA) RETURNS: 7 day no questions asked return policy. Buyer to pay for return shipping. Note that it has become necessary for JoysJewelz to employ a number of sophisticated security devices for identification and fraud prevention pur
Pre-historic Chalcedony UNIFACE, Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta (A-347)
Pre-historic Chalcedony UNIFACE. Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta(A-347) Description Pre-historic Chalcedony UNIFACE. Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta(A-347) For your consideration is a pre-historic chalcedony uniface. Which was a surface find. The site name is Albert(A) and the Borden number is FjPh-402-A-347. This was in the area close to Fort Saskatchewan on the west side of highway 21 on the way to Fort Saskatchewan. Over the years, I went with my dad to this locality and a few pieces myself. Also known as the Van Hecke site(it was Mr. Van Hecke's property) A- 344. Uniface. Chalcedony. This was found/collected by my dad on May 30. 1971. Great variation of color in artifact. Size: 37.15 mm long x 25.55 mm across at its widest point x 8.65 mm thick. From my dad's collection of pre-historic artifacts. Please check the photos for more detail/information. ... moreMy dad was a historian/ archaeologist and all of these items are from his extensive collection. Our items have been featured on the Canadian Antiques Roadshow and the prestigious auction house. Bonhams and Butterfields in San Francisco sold some of our native items. Our specialty is items of Plains, Plateau, Sub-Arctic and Arctic people as well as Fur Trade- specifically, HBC. Shipping Shipping is done by USPS unless otherwise listed. Your shipping/handling cost also includes insurance. International buyers: Customs. Duties, taxes, etc. may be applicable and are the buyer's responsibility. All customs documents are filled out accurately. The price you paid has to be clearly stated on the customs document and will not be listed for less. Terms of Sale CONTACT INFO: If you have any questions. Please email us. We try to respond to your questions within 24 hours of receipt. We operate Mon-Sat and are closed on Sunday/holidays(USA) RETURNS: 7 day no questions asked return policy. Buyer to pay for return shipping. Note that it has become necessary for JoysJewelz to employ a number of sophisticated security devices for identification and fraud prevention purposes. Unfor
Pre-historic Gold-tan Quartzite UNIFACE, Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta (A335)
Pre-historic Gold-tan Quartzite UNIFACE. Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta(A335) Description Pre-historic Gold-tan Quartzite UNIFACE. Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta(A335) For your consideration is a pre-historic quartzite uniface. Which was a surface find. The site name is Albert(A) and the Borden number is FjPh-402-A-335. This was in the area close to Fort Saskatchewan on the west side of highway 21 on the way to Fort Saskatchewan. Over the years, I went with my dad to this locality and a few pieces myself. Also known as the Van Hecke site(it was Mr. Van Hecke's property) A- 335. Uniface. Gold tan quartzite. This was found/collected by my dad on May 30. 1971. Size: 67.14 mm long x 47.18 mm across at its widest point x 19.05 mm thick. From my dad's collection of pre-historic artifacts. Please check the photos for more detail/information. My ... moredad was a historian/ archaeologist and all of these items are from his extensive collection. Our items have been featured on the Canadian Antiques Roadshow and the prestigious auction house. Bonhams and Butterfields in San Francisco sold some of our native items. Our specialty is items of Plains, Plateau, Sub-Arctic and Arctic people as well as Fur Trade- specifically, HBC. Shipping Shipping is done by USPS unless otherwise listed. Your shipping/handling cost also includes insurance. International buyers: Customs. Duties, taxes, etc. may be applicable and are the buyer's responsibility. All customs documents are filled out accurately. The price you paid has to be clearly stated on the customs document and will not be listed for less. Terms of Sale CONTACT INFO: If you have any questions. Please email us. We try to respond to your questions within 24 hours of receipt. We operate Mon-Sat and are closed on Sunday/holidays(USA) RETURNS: 7 day no questions asked return policy. Buyer to pay for return shipping. Note that it has become necessary for JoysJewelz to employ a number of sophisticated security devices for identification and fraud prevention purposes. Unfortunately, this h
Lot of 2 Pre-historic RETOUCHED FLAKE & FLAKE Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta (Asite)
Lot of 2 Pre-historic RETOUCHED FLAKE& FLAKE Fort Saskatchewan. Alberta(Asite) Description Lot of 2 Pre-historic artifacts- RETOUCHED FLAKE& FLAKE Fort Saskatchewan. Alberta(A354& A355) For your consideratio are a lot of 2 pre-historic artifacts- a chalcedony retouched flake and a quartzite flake. Both were surface finds. The site name is Albert(A) and the Borden number is FjPh-402-A-354& 355. This was in the area close to Fort Saskatchewan on the west side of highway 21 on the way to Fort Saskatchewan. Over the years, I went with my dad to this locality and a few pieces myself. Also known as the Van Hecke site(it was Mr. Van Hecke's property) A- 354. Retrouched Flake. Chalcedony. This was found/collected by my dad on May 30. 1971. Size: 28.01 mm long x 18.34 mm across x 7.89 mm thick. A-355. Flake. Quartzite. This was ... morefound/collected by my dad on May 30, 1971. Size: 24.99 mm long x 21.70 mm across at its widest point x 7.09 mm thick. From my dad's collection of pre-historic artifacts. Please check the photos for more detail/information. My dad was a historian/ archaeologist and all of these items are from his extensive collection. Our items have been featured on the Canadian Antiques Roadshow and the prestigious auction house. Bonhams and Butterfields in San Francisco sold some of our native items. Our specialty is items of Plains, Plateau, Sub-Arctic and Arctic people as well as Fur Trade- specifically, HBC. Shipping Shipping is done by USPS unless otherwise listed. Your shipping/handling cost also includes insurance. International buyers: Customs. Duties, taxes, etc. may be applicable and are the buyer's responsibility. All customs documents are filled out accurately. The price you paid has to be clearly stated on the customs document and will not be listed for less. Terms of Sale CONTACT INFO: If you have any questions. Please email us. We try to respond to your questions within 24 hours of receipt. We operate Mon-Sat and are closed on Sunday/holidays(USA) RETURNS: 7 day no questio
Pre-historic Red Quartzite UNIFACE FRAGMENT, Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta (A353)
Pre-historic Red Quartzite UNIFACE FRAGMENT. Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta(A353) Description Pre-historic Red Quartzite UNIFACE FRAGMENT. Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta(A353) For your consideration is a pre-historic red quartzite uniface fragment. Which was a surface find. The site name is Albert(A) and the Borden number is FjPh-402-A-353. This was in the area close to Fort Saskatchewan on the west side of highway 21 on the way to Fort Saskatchewan. Over the years, I went with my dad to this locality and a few pieces myself. Also known as the Van Hecke site(it was Mr. Van Hecke's property) A- 353. Uniface fragment. Quartzite. This was found/collected by my dad on May 30. 1971. Size: 40.01 mm long x 34.04 mm across at its widest point x 12.42 mm thick. From my dad's collection of pre-historic artifacts. Please check the photos for more detail/information. ... moreMy dad was a historian/ archaeologist and all of these items are from his extensive collection. Our items have been featured on the Canadian Antiques Roadshow and the prestigious auction house. Bonhams and Butterfields in San Francisco sold some of our native items. Our specialty is items of Plains, Plateau, Sub-Arctic and Arctic people as well as Fur Trade- specifically, HBC. Shipping Shipping is done by USPS unless otherwise listed. Your shipping/handling cost also includes insurance. International buyers: Customs. Duties, taxes, etc. may be applicable and are the buyer's responsibility. All customs documents are filled out accurately. The price you paid has to be clearly stated on the customs document and will not be listed for less. Terms of Sale CONTACT INFO: If you have any questions. Please email us. We try to respond to your questions within 24 hours of receipt. We operate Mon-Sat and are closed on Sunday/holidays(USA) RETURNS: 7 day no questions asked return policy. Buyer to pay for return shipping. Note that it has become necessary for JoysJewelz to employ a number of sophisticated security devices for identification and fraud prevention purposes.
Pre-historic Tan Quartzite UNIFACE, Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta (A-336)
Pre-historic Tan Quartzite UNIFACE. Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta(A-336) Description Pre-historic Tan Quartzite UNIFACE. Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta(A-336) For your consideration is a pre-historic tan quartzite uniface. Which was a surface find. The site name is Albert(A) and the Borden number is FjPh-402-A-336. This was in the area close to Fort Saskatchewan on the west side of highway 21 on the way to Fort Saskatchewan. Over the years, I went with my dad to this locality and a few pieces myself. Also known as the Van Hecke site(it was Mr. Van Hecke's property) A- 336. Uniface. Tan quartzite. This was found/collected by my dad on May 30. 1971. Size: 83.52 mm long x 51.22 mm across at its widest point x 16.49 mm thick. From my dad's collection of pre-historic artifacts. Please check the photos for more detail/information. My dad was a ... morehistorian/ archaeologist and all of these items are from his extensive collection. Our items have been featured on the Canadian Antiques Roadshow and the prestigious auction house. Bonhams and Butterfields in San Francisco sold some of our native items. Our specialty is items of Plains, Plateau, Sub-Arctic and Arctic people as well as Fur Trade- specifically, HBC. Shipping Shipping is done by USPS unless otherwise listed. Your shipping/handling cost also includes insurance. International buyers: Customs. Duties, taxes, etc. may be applicable and are the buyer's responsibility. All customs documents are filled out accurately. The price you paid has to be clearly stated on the customs document and will not be listed for less. Terms of Sale CONTACT INFO: If you have any questions. Please email us. We try to respond to your questions within 24 hours of receipt. We operate Mon-Sat and are closed on Sunday/holidays(USA) RETURNS: 7 day no questions asked return policy. Buyer to pay for return shipping. Note that it has become necessary for JoysJewelz to employ a number of sophisticated security devices for identification and fraud prevention purposes. Unfortunately, this has become
Pre-historic Red Quartzite Fragment BIFACE, Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta (A-342)
Pre-historic Red Quartzite Fragment BIFACE. Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta(A-342) Description Large Pre-historic Red Quartzite Fragment BIFACE. Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta(A-342) For your consideration is a pre-historic quartzite fragment biface. Which was a surface find. The site name is Albert(A) and the Borden number is FjPh-402-A-342. This was in the area close to Fort Saskatchewan on the west side of highway 21 on the way to Fort Saskatchewan. Over the years, I went with my dad to this locality and a few pieces myself. Also known as the Van Hecke site(it was Mr. Van Hecke's property) A- 342. Fragment Biface. Red quartzite. This was found/collected by my dad on May 30. 1971. Size: 35.53 mm long x 35.34 mm across at its widest point x 7.96 mm thick. From my dad's collection of pre-historic artifacts. Please check the photos for more ... moredetail/information. My dad was a historian/ archaeologist and all of these items are from his extensive collection. Our items have been featured on the Canadian Antiques Roadshow and the prestigious auction house. Bonhams and Butterfields in San Francisco sold some of our native items. Our specialty is items of Plains, Plateau, Sub-Arctic and Arctic people as well as Fur Trade- specifically, HBC. Shipping Shipping is done by USPS unless otherwise listed. Your shipping/handling cost also includes insurance. International buyers: Customs. Duties, taxes, etc. may be applicable and are the buyer's responsibility. All customs documents are filled out accurately. The price you paid has to be clearly stated on the customs document and will not be listed for less. Terms of Sale CONTACT INFO: If you have any questions. Please email us. We try to respond to your questions within 24 hours of receipt. We operate Mon-Sat and are closed on Sunday/holidays(USA) RETURNS: 7 day no questions asked return policy. Buyer to pay for return shipping. Note that it has become necessary for JoysJewelz to employ a number of sophisticated security devices for identification and fraud prevention purpose
Pre-historic White Quartzite UNIFACE FRAGMENT, Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta (A352)
Pre-historic White Quartzite UNIFACE FRAGMENT. Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta(A352) Description Pre-historic White Quartzite UNIFACE FRAGMENT. Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta(A352) For your consideration is a pre-historic white quartzite uniface fragment. Which was a surface find. The site name is Albert(A) and the Borden number is FjPh-402-A-352. This was in the area close to Fort Saskatchewan on the west side of highway 21 on the way to Fort Saskatchewan. Over the years, I went with my dad to this locality and a few pieces myself. Also known as the Van Hecke site(it was Mr. Van Hecke's property) A- 352. Uniface fragment. White quartzite. This was found/collected by my dad on May 30. 1971. Size: 40.01 mm long x 34.04 mm across at its widest point x 12.42 mm thick. From my dad's collection of pre-historic artifacts. Please check the photos ... morefor more detail/information. My dad was a historian/ archaeologist and all of these items are from his extensive collection. Our items have been featured on the Canadian Antiques Roadshow and the prestigious auction house. Bonhams and Butterfields in San Francisco sold some of our native items. Our specialty is items of Plains, Plateau, Sub-Arctic and Arctic people as well as Fur Trade- specifically, HBC. Shipping Shipping is done by USPS unless otherwise listed. Your shipping/handling cost also includes insurance. International buyers: Customs. Duties, taxes, etc. may be applicable and are the buyer's responsibility. All customs documents are filled out accurately. The price you paid has to be clearly stated on the customs document and will not be listed for less. Terms of Sale CONTACT INFO: If you have any questions. Please email us. We try to respond to your questions within 24 hours of receipt. We operate Mon-Sat and are closed on Sunday/holidays(USA) RETURNS: 7 day no questions asked return policy. Buyer to pay for return shipping. Note that it has become necessary for JoysJewelz to employ a number of sophisticated security devices for identification and fraud preventio
Pre-historic Large Quartzite FRAGMENT, Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta (A-344)
Pre-historic Large Quartzite FRAGMENT. Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta(A-344) Description Pre-historic Large Quartzite FRAGMENT. Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta(A-344) For your consideration is a large pre-historic quartzite fragment. Which was a surface find. The site name is Albert(A) and the Borden number is FjPh-402-A-344. This was in the area close to Fort Saskatchewan on the west side of highway 21 on the way to Fort Saskatchewan. Over the years, I went with my dad to this locality and a few pieces myself. Also known as the Van Hecke site(it was Mr. Van Hecke's property) A- 344. Large fragment. Quartzite. This was found/collected by my dad on May 30. 1971. Great variation of color in artifact. Size: 52.81 mm long x 41.37 mm across at its widest point x 16.88 mm thick. From my dad's collection of pre-historic artifacts. Please check the ... morephotos for more detail/information. My dad was a historian/ archaeologist and all of these items are from his extensive collection. Our items have been featured on the Canadian Antiques Roadshow and the prestigious auction house. Bonhams and Butterfields in San Francisco sold some of our native items. Our specialty is items of Plains, Plateau, Sub-Arctic and Arctic people as well as Fur Trade- specifically, HBC. Shipping Shipping is done by USPS unless otherwise listed. Your shipping/handling cost also includes insurance. International buyers: Customs. Duties, taxes, etc. may be applicable and are the buyer's responsibility. All customs documents are filled out accurately. The price you paid has to be clearly stated on the customs document and will not be listed for less. Terms of Sale CONTACT INFO: If you have any questions. Please email us. We try to respond to your questions within 24 hours of receipt. We operate Mon-Sat and are closed on Sunday/holidays(USA) RETURNS: 7 day no questions asked return policy. Buyer to pay for return shipping. Note that it has become necessary for JoysJewelz to employ a number of sophisticated security devices for identification and fraud p
Pre-historic Grey Quartzite BIFACE, Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta (A-333)
Pre-historic Grey Quartzite BIFACE. Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta(A-333) Description Pre-historic Grey Quartzite BIFACE. Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta(A-333) For your consideration is a pre-historic grey quartzite biface. Which was a surface find. The site name is Albert(A) and the Borden number is FjPh-402-A-333. This was in the area close to Fort Saskatchewan on the west side of highway 21 on the way to Fort Saskatchewan. Over the years, I went with my dad to this locality and a few pieces myself. Also known as the Van Hecke site(it was Mr. Van Hecke's property) A- 333. Biface. Grey quartzite. This was found/collected by my dad on May 30. 1971. Interesting/ unusual shaped artifact. Size: 53.86 mm long x 29.51 mm across at its widest point x 10.61 mm thick. From my dad's collection of pre-historic artifacts. Please check the photos for ... moremore detail/information. My dad was a historian/ archaeologist and all of these items are from his extensive collection. Our items have been featured on the Canadian Antiques Roadshow and the prestigious auction house. Bonhams and Butterfields in San Francisco sold some of our native items. Our specialty is items of Plains, Plateau, Sub-Arctic and Arctic people as well as Fur Trade- specifically, HBC. Shipping Shipping is done by USPS unless otherwise listed. Your shipping/handling cost also includes insurance. International buyers: Customs. Duties, taxes, etc. may be applicable and are the buyer's responsibility. All customs documents are filled out accurately. The price you paid has to be clearly stated on the customs document and will not be listed for less. Terms of Sale CONTACT INFO: If you have any questions. Please email us. We try to respond to your questions within 24 hours of receipt. We operate Mon-Sat and are closed on Sunday/holidays(USA) RETURNS: 7 day no questions asked return policy. Buyer to pay for return shipping. Note that it has become necessary for JoysJewelz to employ a number of sophisticated security devices for identification and fraud prevention pu
Large Pre-historic Quartzite BIFACE Fragment, Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta (A-343)
Large Pre-historic Quartzite BIFACE Fragment. Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta(A-343) Description Large Pre-historic Quartzite BIFACE Fragment. Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta(A-343) For your consideration is a pre-historic quartzite biface fragment. Which was a surface find. The site name is Albert(A) and the Borden number is FjPh-402-A-343. This was in the area close to Fort Saskatchewan on the west side of highway 21 on the way to Fort Saskatchewan. Over the years, I went with my dad to this locality and a few pieces myself. Also known as the Van Hecke site(it was Mr. Van Hecke's property) A- 343. Biface fragment. Quartzite. This was found/collected by my dad on May 30. 1971. Size: 82.54 mm long x 47.43 mm across at its widest point x 17.01 mm thick. From my dad's collection of pre-historic artifacts. Please check the photos for more detail/information. ... moreMy dad was a historian/ archaeologist and all of these items are from his extensive collection. Our items have been featured on the Canadian Antiques Roadshow and the prestigious auction house. Bonhams and Butterfields in San Francisco sold some of our native items. Our specialty is items of Plains, Plateau, Sub-Arctic and Arctic people as well as Fur Trade- specifically, HBC. Shipping Shipping is done by USPS unless otherwise listed. Your shipping/handling cost also includes insurance. International buyers: Customs. Duties, taxes, etc. may be applicable and are the buyer's responsibility. All customs documents are filled out accurately. The price you paid has to be clearly stated on the customs document and will not be listed for less. Terms of Sale CONTACT INFO: If you have any questions. Please email us. We try to respond to your questions within 24 hours of receipt. We operate Mon-Sat and are closed on Sunday/holidays(USA) RETURNS: 7 day no questions asked return policy. Buyer to pay for return shipping. Note that it has become necessary for JoysJewelz to employ a number of sophisticated security devices for identification and fraud prevention purposes. Un
Pre-historic FRAGMENT POINT & POINT Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta (A-35 & A129)
Pre-historic FRAGMENT POINT& POINT Fort Saskatchewan. Alberta(A-35& A129) Description Pre-historic POINT& FRAGMENT POINT. Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta(A-35& A129) For your consideration are 2 artifacts. A pre-historic projectile point fragment and a point, both surface finds, both quartzite. The site name is Albert(A) and the Borden number is FjPh-402-A-35 and A-129. This was in the area close to Fort Saskatchewan on the west side of highway 21 on the way to Fort Saskatchewan. Over the years, I went with my dad to this locality and a few pieces myself. Also known as the Van Hecke site(it was Mr. Van Hecke's property) A- 35. Point Fragment. Quartzite. This was found/collected by my dad on August 11. 1969. S ize: 27.97 mm long x 19.09 mm across at its widest point x 5.85 mm thick. A- 129. Point. Quartzite. This was found/collected ... moreby my dad on August 3. 1969. Size: 32.9 mm long x 26.12 mm across at its widest point x 6.60 mm thick. From my dad's collection of pre-historic artifacts. Please check the photos for more detail/information. My dad was a historian/ archaeologist and all of these items are from his extensive collection. Our items have been featured on the Canadian Antiques Roadshow and the prestigious auction house. Bonhams and Butterfields in San Francisco sold some of our native items. Our specialty is items of Plains, Plateau, Sub-Arctic and Arctic people as well as Fur Trade- specifically, HBC. Shipping Shipping is done by USPS unless otherwise listed. Your shipping/handling cost also includes insurance. International buyers: Customs. Duties, taxes, etc. may be applicable and are the buyer's responsibility. All customs documents are filled out accurately. The price you paid has to be clearly stated on the customs document and will not be listed for less. Terms of Sale CONTACT INFO: If you have any questions. Please email us. We try to respond to your questions within 24 hours of receipt. We operate Mon-Sat and are closed on Sunday/holidays(USA) RETURNS: 7 day no questions aske