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Wisconsin Wing Bannerstone, Pictured WW#2 page 59
Pictured & Storied in the July 1956 Ohio Archeologist (attached) The unfinished Wisconsin Wing is authentic. It is made of white and black granite which is the correct material. The deposits are related to ground effects. It is a nice example, and would grade a G8. I purchased this fine relic directly from the Estate of Lloyd Dugstad of Albert Lea, Minnesota who passed away this past February at the age of 94.
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