RARE 5-3/16" Southern Notched Ovate Bannerstone - EX STEPHENS Jackson G-10 COA For Sale
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RARE 5-3/16" Southern Notched Ovate Bannerstone - EX STEPHENS Jackson G-10 COA:
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RARE 5-3/16" Southern Notched Ovate Bannerstone - Jackson G-10 COA
Incredibly RARE Southern Notched Ovate Bannerstone formerly of the B.W. Stephens Collection (B-289). Reported from Towns County, Georgia, this amazing example is made from a speckled granite with an excellent weathered surface polish. Note the offset wings in the closeup - something consistent with hand-manufacture. 5-3/16" long, 4-7/16" wide, 1" thick at center, 1/4"-1/8" taper on wings. Centerpiece for any collection. Jackson G-10 COA.
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