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This page contains pieces that are made with Edge to Edge flaking. If you are not familiar with edge to edge flaking, it is a type of pressure flaking where the flake runs from one edge all the way across the face of the piece to the other edge. This type of flaking is seen on Type 1C Danish daggers. 

Georgetown Flint Edge to Edge

 This is the first dagger Bill ever made of flint with edge to edge flaking. Made of Georgetown flint from Texas. It is 7 inches long and 1.17 inches wide at the widest point  and has OBLIQUE edge to edge flaking. Flint is much harder to do edge to edge flaking on compared to Obsidian or glass. $1000

Blue Edge to Edge Blade

This blade is made of blue glass. It is 8 3/4 inches long, 1 3/8 inches wide and .23 inches thick. It has a total of 50 flakes on it(counting both sides) and only one flake is not edge to edge. $225


Oblique Edge to Edge

OBLIQUE edge to edge flaked dagger. This one has better flaking on it than the one above but is a little shorter at 7 3/4 inches. $1000