While some Native American arrowheads are worth a fortune, most of them are not worth much money. Since arrowheads were made all over North America for thousands of years, they are relatively easy to find. Since they are so common, you wont be able to sell a typical arrowhead for much.
How much are real Indian arrowheads worth?
In general, an arrowhead will sell for between $10 and $20. For a more professional valuation of an arrowhead, The Official Overstreet Indian Arrowheads Identification and Price Guide is a great resource.
Is selling arrowheads illegal?
A: Yes, as long as the items were found in accordance with state and federal laws, they are completely legal to buy, sell, and trade. By submitting artifacts to us, you certify that the artifacts were legally obtained in accordance to all federal and state laws. Q: What types of items does Arrowheads.com purchase?
How much are my arrowheads worth?
Since they are so common, you wont be able to sell a typical arrowhead for much. However, some arrowheads are worth much more than others. An arrowhead can be worth $20,000 in the best cases, even though it might only be worth $5, and an average arrowhead is only worth about $20.
Can I keep an arrowhead I found?
All artifacts found on public lands are protected by state and federal laws*. It is illegal and unethical to collect artifacts on public lands. Artifacts include anything made or used by humans including arrowheads and flakes, pottery, basketry, rock art, bottles, coins, metal pieces, and even old cans.
Where can I dig for arrowheads?
Surface arrowheads are easier to spot in the desert where there is less ground cover. Forest can hold a lot of artifacts too, but the dirt and ground cover can make artifact hunting almost impossible. In forested areas I recommend checking river beds and dried up creeks.
Is it bad to take arrowheads?
PERSONAL SAFETY- Hunting arrowheads will take you to areas where there are dangers. Snakes, dehydration and broken bones are just a few of the threats that can be serious. You should never trespass in order to hunt, as you do not own the arrowheads and have no right to take them from the person who does.
Where is the best place to find arrowheads?
Places near overhangs, rivers, lakes, and springs are the best places to find arrowheads. I have had the most luck finding arrowheads reasonably near rather than in or right beside rivers. A camp would have been set up near a river but on high ground, away from potential flooding.