ARTIFACTS FROM ALL OVER THE US AND CANADA
Welcome to J & Dee Artifacts. If you are new to my site and looking for authentic relics then please take time to check out each page as each page contains arrowheads and artifacts from different time spans, if you are a return customer then you already know where to look. If I dont have the peices you are looking for then let me know and I can probably get it for you. I buy, sell, trade and authenticate affordable authentic ancient indian arrowheads, native indian artifacts, tools and projectile points from all the prehistoric periods.
This is a professional authentication service. Included in my inventory are clovis, cumberland, folsom, dovetail, lostlake, benton, beaverlake, lances, copena, drills, kirk, adena and hopewell just to name a few. I also have for sell ancient tools such as birdstones, bannerstones, axes, picks, gorgets and many more ancient relics made from flint, hardstone, chert, slate, shell, bone, canal coal and many other materials and specialize in paleo, archaic, woodland, mississippian periods from all over the U.S. and Canada dating as far back as 14000 years ago. I sell and ship internationally also. So international buyers are welcome. All arrowheads and artifacts on this site are owned by other people and are on consignment and being sold at the owners asking price unless otherwise specified and are NOT owned by me or J and DEE ARTIFACTS.
NOTE: PLEASE READ THE POLICIES ON REFUNDS AND AUTHENTIVATION FEES BEFORE BUYING OR SENDING ARTIFACTS TO BE EVALUATED AND EXAMINED.
NOTE: RECENTLY I HAVE DISCOVERED ON A CERTAIN AUCTION SITE (Eb##) THAT THERE ARE SOME REPRODUCED COA'S THAT LOOK LIKE MY COA'S BUT HAVE BEEN ALTERED WITH A DIFFERENT ARTIFACT ON THEM. I KEEP COPIES OF ALL THE ARTIFACTS THAT I HAVE ISSUED COA'S ON SO IF YOU ARE IN DOUBT ABOUT THE CERTIFICATE, THEN PLEASE CONTACT ME WITH THE CERTIFICATE NUMBER AND DATE AND I WILL BE HAPPY TO VERIFY THE COA FOR YOU.
This is a private business and I am dedicated to helping collectors all over acheive their goal of collecting authentic Arrowheads and Artifacts from all over the U.S. I do my best to keep my prices as low as possible so the novice collectors as well as the seasoned collectors have a large selection of authentic artifacts at very reasonable prices to choose from. These artifacts are sold at well under suggested book prices because the owners I sell for, buy whole collections when possible and so can resell them at a much lower affordable price to you the customer. Most all Arrowheads and Artifacts on this site have more than one Certificate but all have at least one and have been evaluated and believed to be authentic but are not guaranteed to be authentic.
OUR SHOWCASE ARTIFACT OF THE WEEK
THIS POPEYED BIRDSTONE IS FROM CLAY COUNTY INDIANA AND IS MADE FROM PORPHREY HARDSTONE. IT MEASURES 3 1/2 INCHES X 1 3/4 INCHES. IT COMES WITH J AND DEE COA.
This section contains indian artifacts and arrowheads, relics, tools such as Clovis points, Folsom, Cumberland, Dalton and other related artifacts specific to the paleo time era, which was the first period in time that the native american indians inhabited the new world(The North American Continent). These are the oldest artifacts to be found in the united states that date back to 14000 B.C.
This section contains artifacts and arrowheads such as Dovetail, Kirk, Benton, Pintree and other related artifacts specific to the archaic time period which lasted for over 7000 years. One major characteristic of the archaic period was the introduction of "notching" to the arrowheads and since the period covers such a broad time span, more different "types" of arrowheads can be attributed to this era than any other
This section contains relics such as Hopewell, Adena, Platform Pipes, Tube Pipes, Intrusive Mound and other related artifacts specific to the woodland period are collectively grouped for the whole north american continent. This time period is attributed to the start of the hunters and gatherers
This section contains other related artifacts and relics such as Shell Gorgets, Claw pendants, Pipes and related artifacts most widely known as Fort Ancient and Hardin Village. This time period is also known as the last of the prehistoric periods
This section covers any arrowheads and artifacts or tools that are not found in any of the other sections and are from all the ancient indian time periods. Artifacts such as Picks, Gorgets, Pendants, Plummets and many other related relics are found here.
This section contains all the information about our authentication fees, guarentees, return policies, your rights as a customer and the rights of the owners of the artifacts and arrowheads that are listed on this site for sale.
?? WHY CHOOSE J & DEE ARTIFACTS ??
A LITTLE FOOD FOR THOUGHT
Years Ago When I first Started out hunting Arrowheads and Artifacts at the age of 9, It was all about the thrill of picking up that Arrowhead or Hammerstone or Slate Gorget or any Artifact. The wonder of them that so so many years ago a Person made this peice and now after thousands of Years I am Standing here holding that same Artifact in my hand. It was just Mind Boggling for me. And now over the years I have been witness to some people who (out of Greed) have Taken a Time Honored Tradition of young people starting their own collections and made it so that they can't trust the Artifacts because someone has Reproduced them to the point that unless it has been Authenticated they will not buy them and even then they are fearful of them even if they have 2,3, or more papers on them.
It is very true that a Certificate Of Authenticity does not make an artifact authentic. But in retrospect of how the artifacts are being reproduced, dont you think that an opinion from a person or persons who has the years of knowledge and experience in examining these artifacts makes it a little easier to trust the artifacts as being authentic? The artifact itself tells the tale if it is authentic or not but the ( I hesitate to use the term EXPERT becuase I dont consider my self an expert as I am still learning every day) more knowledgeable Authenticator (Who has went the extra mile to learn all he can) at least knows from experience and studies what to look for on the artifact to tell if it is authentic and knows how to assess the indicators. I speak only for myself and in no way speak for any other Authenticator although I know there are a lot of good Authenticators out there.
I also have to give the other side of the coin also!! There are some Authenticators out there that feel they are the Artifact GODS and they THINK they know everything about Artifacts. But they dont stop there as they also feel they have to shoot down other Authenticators and the work they are trying to do in order to look good themselves and belittle the other Authenticators. They are out for fame and money and not just to preserve the Artifact itself. So beware of these as well as I put them in the GREEDY catagory along with the people who reproduce the Artifacts because both are ruining the tradition of collecting. They dont stop to think that we are only here for a short time but the Artifacts are here to stay generation after generation and there will always be others that will eventually replace us when we are gone.
Greed sparked the Reproduction of the Artifacts and Greed is whats killing the Tradition of collecting them. That is why I am trying to do my very best to preserve the Authentic Artifacts and thats what started my Authenticating them. Its just one old mans opinion so take it for what its worth. But you know deep down I'm right.
Lets not let these Greedy people ruin it for the next generations of collectors coming up and remember that the Authenticators out there are trying to do their part by giving you the benefit of their experience and knowledge and trying to ease your mind when buying an Arrowhead or Artifact. Artifact collecting is and always has been a very good way of investing. Lets try to keep it that way for everyone to enjoy.
IN HONOR OF THE DAKOTA 38
Because of my being part Blackfoot in my heritage I am putting this as a tribute to the Dakota 38 on my website. PLEASE take time to view this video as it carries a powerful message for everyone.
This film was created in line with Native healing practices. In honoring this ceremony, Smooth Feather Productions are screening and distributing "Dakota 38" as a gift rather than for sale. This film was inspired by one individual's dream and is not promoting any organization or affiliated with any political or religious groups. It was simply created to encourage healing and reconciliation.