Where can I sell real arrowheads?

Where can I sell real arrowheads?

You can sell them to ancient artifact buyers, use a website that fosters the sale of authentic ancient artifacts or sell them on your own through an online store or at an artifact event. Services like ArrowheadsUSA.com and Arrowheads.com remove a lot of the legwork. They will appraise and sell or buy your goods.

Is an Indian arrowhead worth money?

These rare arrowheads are worth a fortune, ranging from hundreds to thousands of dollars! If you want to know how much your arrowheads may be worth, check out The Official Overstreet Indian Arrowhead Identification and Price Guide Book.

Where can I find Indian arrowheads?

6 Places to Find Native American Arrowheads

  • Prominent Creeks. The first humans arrived in North America at least 15,000 years ago and dispersed across the continent.
  • High Spots Near Water.
  • Springs.
  • Exposed Dirt.
  • Rock Overhangs.
  • Flea Markets.

Who will buy my arrowheads?

Arrowheads.com is the premier place to sell arrowheads and unwanted Indian artifact collections. With access to the best authenticators in the hobby, we are sure to offer you top dollar for your unwanted artifacts. You want to sell. Arrowheads . com buys!

How can you tell if arrowheads are real?

Authentic arrowheads feature flake scars where pieces of the rock were hit away. These scars are normally curved; however, if the arrowhead is very old, these scars may be smoothed over. If this is the case, examine the surface of the arrowhead with a magnifying glass.

Where can I get my arrowheads appraised?

How to get an appraisal on an artifact

  • American Society of Appraisers: Website | Toll free: 800.272.8258.
  • Appraisers Association of America: Website | Phone: 212.889.5404.
  • International Society of Appraisers: Website | Toll free: 888.472.5461.

Can you keep arrowheads you find?

It is illegal and unethical to collect artifacts on public lands. Artifacts include anything made or used by humans including arrowheads and flakes, pottery, basketry, rock art, bottles, coins, metal pieces, and even old cans.

Where are most arrowheads found?

Most arrowheads are found on the surface of the ground, but if you find a few in close proximity to each other, many arrowhead hunters will start digging. You might find more, but here’s where it gets tricky: You might be in a sacred place like an Indian burial ground.

Where can I find arrowheads in the woods?

Arrowheads are made out of stone, so they tend to move along the bottom of the river just like other rocks and gravel. Spend time looking for arrowheads in the gravel bars and other rocky areas. Look along the water line as well as just inside the water line.

How do you know if arrowheads are real?

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