Newly Revised Edition of Trusted Guide Allows Collectors to Identify/Value Arrowheads

The Official Overstreet Identification and Price Guide to Indian Arrowheads, 14th Edition
By Robert M. Overstreet; Edited by Sam W. Cox and Steven R. Cooper

Official Overstreet Identification and Price Guide to Indian Arrowheads, 14th Edition : http://tiny.cc/squg9x
Official Overstreet Identification and Price Guide to Indian Arrowheads, 14th Edition : http://tiny.cc/squg9x
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United States -(AmmoLand.com)- For nearly three decades, the sole authoritative resource for experienced enthusiasts as well as beginning collectors of Indian arrowheads has been Robert M. Overstreet’s The Official Overstreet Indian Arrowhead Identification and Price Guide.

In his newly revised fourteenth edition of this revered standard, Overstreet takes readers on what he calls a “hands on, guided tour” of this exciting hobby.

Specifically, the book Overstreet Indian Arrowhead Identification and Price Guide contains:

  • More than 12,000 actual-size photographs of arrowheads from all over the United States, including Alaska, covering hundreds of different point types
  • A full color section with photographs of some of the finest points
  • Special sections on how to grade, identify, and catalog points
  • Revised pricing to reflect the current marketplace
  • A large format featuring ten geographic sections
  • An expanded tour of the Museum of Native American History
  • An introduction to arrowhead hunter-collector “Turtleman,” who is the star of the Animal Planet TV series Call of the Wildman
  • An inspiring look at several collectors and their personal collections

The Official Overstreet Indian Arrowhead Identification and Price Guide is the professions standard for all Indian Arrowhead collectors, and an easy to use resource for hobbyists and outdoor enthusiasts of all kinds, from hikers and campers to fishermen and hunters who discover arrowheads.

About the Author:

Robert M. Overstreet was born in West Virginia and grew up in southeast Tennessee, where he collected comic books, fossils, mineral specimens, and Indian relics. A serious comic book collector, he is the author of two renowned books, The Overstreet Comic Book Price Guide and The Overstreet Indian Arrowheads Identification and Price Guide. Over the years, the latter book has become the absolute authority in the relic market. Today, the name “Overstreet” is synonymous with “comic book” and “arrowhead,” so much so that the phrase “Look it up in Overstreet” is used everywhere.

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Bradley Bankos

Do NOT waste your money on this book. It’s so sloppy and you can get a lot better information buy looking it up online or somewhere else. I don’t know who this guy is but I can’t believe he was able to sell 14 editions of this. I am ticked I wasted my money on a picture book that explains nothing.

Grey Beard

It’s about “Arrowheads” yet you display all Spear points. Yasup, y’all?