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Ancient Fire Starting Stone
(AKA Palm Protector) w/ Collection Card
This is an awesome rare ancient piece from San Luis Abispo County, California and is thousands of years old. This is a rare find known by several different names such as a fire starting stone, palm protector or a palm socket. It was use with a pump drill for starting fires. The stone was held on the top of the drill to protect the palm. This one must have been used many, many times because the hole has gone completely through which is amazing in such hard stone. This piece is in excellent condition and a rare find. It also comes with the collection card shown.
This piece measures approximately 2 1/8" X 1 7/8" X 5/8" and the hole is approximately 5/8 of an inch across.
An excellent rare piece to add to your collection.

Very Rare Ancient Indian Artifact Fire Starting Stone Nice Native American Piece


  • Vintage item
  • Material: stone
  • Only ships within United States.
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