Question: Are arrowheads worth money?

While some Native American arrowheads are worth a fortune, most of them are not worth much money. Since arrowheads were made all over North America for thousands of years, they are relatively easy to find. Since they are so common, you wont be able to sell a typical arrowhead for much.

How do I identify my arrowheads?

If its stemmed, check the condition of the stem. In case its stemless, see if its fluted or not. If its scored, determine if its indented in the side or from the corner. The area and the configuration of the pointed arrowhead are sufficient to limit your options to just 12 potential types.

How much is a Clovis point arrowhead worth?

One of the most valuable ancient American artifacts is a prehistoric Clovis point, sometimes worth thousands or as much as 276,000 dollars. Usually, arrowheads are only worth about $20 or so, but rare Clovis points are worth a lot more.

Is it hard to find arrowheads?

Exposure to the soil below is key, for it makes the arrowheads easier to find. The ground is usually hard ground during the summer and covered with snow in the winter, so those times of year make finding arrowheads difficult.

What is an arrowhead called?

Archaeologists typically call what regular people call arrowheads projectile points, not because it sounds more academic, but because the shape of a pointy stone does not necessarily categorize it as something that was used at the end of an arrow shaft.

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