Featured in this lot is this collection of Pacific Northwestern points, including Northern Side notch, Eastgate or Rosegate, and Quilomene Bar type II and III, aged from the Late Prehistory to Transitional Archaic and from 1,500 BP - 6,400 BP. There are six points in this collection. The first is a Northern Side notch or Silent Snake with a triangular edge and excurvate tail with squared shoulders. The next three are Eastgate or Rosegate points with sharp shoulders and a mild stem, with two of them serrated. The last two are Quilomene Bar; one shows characteristics consistent with type II, showing a mild cluster frame thicker, and the second has a thinner shape and is attributed to the type III style. The condition of these points is fair, with two of them showing mild damage to the shoulders of the points. The measurements of these points range from 1 1/2" x 3/4" to 2 1/4" x 7/8".