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Made with 3df zephyr lite (free trial) using 116 images. These are two “triangular points” which I found within 1/4 mile of home. The one made of black flint is actually the first arrowhead I found, and is responsible for what is now my favorite hobby. It is a madison triangle (as far as I can tell), and is about 4 cm, or 1 1/2” in length. Collection ID: p1 The smaller white one appears to be an erie triangle point, despite the fact that it was found a bit further south than would be expected for this type. It suffers a little more damage than the madison point, in the form of two chipped corners… it is very thin, and I’m surprised it didn’t take on more damage than it did. It’s about 2.8 cm, or 1 1/16” in length. Collection ID: p52.