Both of these end scrapers were found during the excavation of the Horner site in Parker County, Wyoming. The Horner site is the representative type site for the Cody Complex. Both of these end scrapers are made of good quality fine grained cherts. They have been shaped into a basic tear-drop shape by removing flakes along the edges with pressure. The example at the top is interesting for the fact that much of the bulb-of-percussion was removed, apparently to thin it further for hafting. This scraper is also interesting for its heavily used and extremely smoothed scraping edge. It may have been discarded as no longer useful. The working edge on the scraper on the bottom is sharp and it has a sharp point on one corner. The end scraper on top measures 1 1/4 inches (3.1 cm) long.