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    • Barbed wire - Scutt arrow plate

    • Barbed wire
    • Scutt arrowplate barbed wire consists of two twisted-strand wires with four point sheet metal arrow plate barbs. Each barb is split and shaped like an arrowhead. Scutt arrowplate barbed wire has patent 20500, issued June 18, 1878, by Hiram B....
    • Barbed wire - German World War I

    • Barbed wire
    • These are examples of barbed wire fencing used as “concertina” wire in the European campaign during World War I. The twisted steel wire with barbs at regular intervals impeded or halted the passage of soldiers.
    • Barbed wire - Cady barbed link, double wrap

    • Barbed wire
    • This fencing consists of folded single strand links with ends joined in center by double wrapping wire to form a two point barb. Each link is connected to the next to form a flexible chain. This is a variation of machine patent 292,408, Jan. 22,...
    • Projectile point 60

    • Arrowheads; Indians of North America; Indians of Central America
    • Dark brown/red with a triangular shaped blade. The edges are striaght and the shoulders are barbed. The stem is contracted and pointed at the base. One barbed has been chipped.
    • Barbed wire - Four point coil barb

    • Barbed wire
    • Single square strand wire is wrapped with four point coil barbs at approximately half-inch intervals. This wire has patent RE 6914, issued Feb. 18, 1876, Joseph F. Glidden of De Kalb, Illinois.
    • Projectile point 2

    • Arrowheads; Indians of North America; Indians of Central America
    • Is red and has a triangular shaped blade that has straight edges. Shoulders are barbed and flair downward. The stem is contracted.
    • Projectile point 3

    • Arrowheads; Indians of North America; Indians of Central America
    • Is gray and has a triangular shaped blade. Edges are concave and one edge is chipped. Shoulders are barbed and flair out horizontally. Stem is slightly expanded and the base is both straight and convex.
    • Projectile point 5

    • Arrowheads; Indians of North America; Indians of Central America
    • Is red and has a triangular shaped blade. One blade edge is convex and the other is recurved. One shoulder is squared and the other is barbed. Stem is bulb shaped.
    • Projectile point 11

    • Arrowheads; Indians of North America; Indians of Central America
    • Is asymmetrical and gray in color. Blade is triangular and has straight edges. One shoulder is slightly barbed and the other sweeps upward. The stem is contracted and the base is rounded.
    • Projectile point 18

    • Arrowheads; Indians of North America; Indians of Central America
    • Has a broad triangular shaped blade. Blade edges are convex. Shoulders are asymmetrical - one is slightly barbed than the other. Stem has been broken off - the base is straight.
    • Projectile point 28

    • Arrowheads; Indians of North America; Indians of Central America
    • Is gray. It has a triangluar shaped blade with convex edges. Shoulders are barbed and extend into line with the stem. Stem is contracted and the base is straight.
    • Projectile point 30

    • Arrowheads; Indians of North America; Indians of Central America
    • Is gray. Has a slender triangular shaped blade with convex edges. Shoulders are barbed. Stem is contracted and the base is straight.
    • Projectile point 31

    • Arrowheads; Indians of North America; Indians of Central America
    • Is gray and has a slender triangular shaped blade. Blade edges are convex. Shoulders are barbed. Stem is expanding and the base is convex.
    • Projectile point 32

    • Arrowheads; Indians of North America; Indians of Central America
    • Is tan. It has a triangular shaped blade with convex blade edges. Shoulders are barbed. Stem is slightly contracted and the base is convex.
    • Projectile point 34

    • Arrowheads; Indians of North America; Indians of Central America
    • This projectile point is bicolored. It is gray and brown. The blade is triangular in shape and has convex blade edges. The shoulders are well barbed. Stem is expanding and the base is convex.
    • Projectile point 35

    • Arrowheads; Indians of North America; Indians of Central America
    • Is gray. It has a triangullar shaped blade with convex edges. Shoulders are asymmetrical and slightly barbed. One stem edge is slightly contracted and the other is straight. The base is concave.
    • Projectile point 37

    • Arrowheads; Indians of North America; Indians of Central America
    • Is gray and has a triangular shaped blade. The blade edges are convex. The shoulders are barbed. The stem edges are expanded and the base is straight.
    • Projectile point 39

    • Arrowheads; Indians of North America; Indians of Central America
    • Is gray. The blade edges expand slightly. The shoulders are barbed and the stem is contracted. The base is straight.

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