Gunther Barbed Arrowhead from northern California.  Found by Pat Welch in 1970.  Photograph by F. Scott Crawford, copyright 2009.
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I found this wickedly sharp, ancient
arrowhead on the world wide web,
although it was originally found in
Siskiyou County in northern California,
in 2008, by Jennifer Peterson.

I purchased it from Jennifer, in an
auction on eBay in November 2009.

When Jennifer found this expertly
made, finely serrated gray obsidian
"Gunther~Shasta" style arrowhead,
it was in the place where it was last
used, abandoned or stored away
and forgotten.

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