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S-046

Neanderthal Mousterian Stone Scraper Tool circa 50,000 BC

A very ancient small grey stone scraper tool discovered in Kervouster, Morbihan, Brittany France. 70mm x 40mm.



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S-046

£10.00

Neanderthal Mousterian Stone Scraper Tool circa 50,000 BC

A very ancient small grey stone scraper tool discovered in Kervouster, Morbihan, Brittany France. 70mm x 40mm.




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S-047

Neolithic Flint Axe circa 5000 BC

A lovely shaped honey coloured flint hand axe discovered in the Meon Valley area of Hampshire UK on 1st April 1995. A very good example of early workmanship with signs of napping. This tool would have been tied to a wooden haft for small intricate workings.

70mm x 60mm.



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S-047

£38.00

Neolithic Flint Axe circa 5000 BC

A lovely shaped honey coloured flint hand axe discovered in the Meon Valley area of Hampshire UK on 1st April 1995. A very good example of early workmanship with signs of napping. This tool would have been tied to a wooden haft for small intricate workings.

70mm x 60mm.




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S-050

Neolithic Polished Flint Pick circa 5000 BC

Similar design to the well documented Thames pick, this artefact was discovered in the sub Sahara region of Morocco. Very nice colour and markings to this Neolithic Tool.

120mm x 35mm.



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S-050

£45.00

Neolithic Polished Flint Pick circa 5000 BC

Similar design to the well documented Thames pick, this artefact was discovered in the sub Sahara region of Morocco. Very nice colour and markings to this Neolithic Tool.

120mm x 35mm.




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S-052

Neolithic Flint Duel Purpose Tool circa 5000 BC

Here we have a large heavy duty combination notched push scraper and knife. This artefact was discovered in Cranborne Chase Dorset UK. 130mm x 75mm



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S-052

£20.00

Neolithic Flint Duel Purpose Tool circa 5000 BC

Here we have a large heavy duty combination notched push scraper and knife. This artefact was discovered in Cranborne Chase Dorset UK. 130mm x 75mm




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S-053

Neolithic Flint Pick circa 5000 BC

A long grey flint pick discovered at Pontoise, Val D`Ouse [95], France. Lovely markings to this Neolithic Stone Age Tool. 190mm x 45mm.



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S-053

£35.00

Neolithic Flint Pick circa 5000 BC

A long grey flint pick discovered at Pontoise, Val D`Ouse [95], France. Lovely markings to this Neolithic Stone Age Tool. 190mm x 45mm.




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S-056

Neanderthal Mousterian Flint Biface Axe circa 50,000 BC

A typical honey coloured flint discovered at Allone, Beauvais, Oise [60] France. Showing good napping and as well as being described as an axe, could have also been used as a scraper or nucleus. Lovely markings. 95mm x 90mm.



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S-056

£30.00

Neanderthal Mousterian Flint Biface Axe circa 50,000 BC

A typical honey coloured flint discovered at Allone, Beauvais, Oise [60] France. Showing good napping and as well as being described as an axe, could have also been used as a scraper or nucleus. Lovely markings. 95mm x 90mm.




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S-057

Neolithic Hammer Stone circa 5000 BC

Here we have a small hammer stone showing napping and a good deal of cortex remaining. Painted in black on part of the cortex is “Moreville” inscribed by the original finder at Moreville, Seine Maritime, Normandy, France. A well-known Neolithic site. 50mm x 50mm.



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S-057

£18.00

Neolithic Hammer Stone circa 5000 BC

Here we have a small hammer stone showing napping and a good deal of cortex remaining. Painted in black on part of the cortex is “Moreville” inscribed by the original finder at Moreville, Seine Maritime, Normandy, France. A well-known Neolithic site. 50mm x 50mm.




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S-059

Neolithic Flint Hammer Stone circa 5000 BC

Discovered in a wooded area between the rivers Thames and Kennet in Berkshire UK, this heavy dark flint fits nicely in the hand with signs of a cutting edge. 80mm x 60mm



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S-059

£20.00

Neolithic Flint Hammer Stone circa 5000 BC

Discovered in a wooded area between the rivers Thames and Kennet in Berkshire UK, this heavy dark flint fits nicely in the hand with signs of a cutting edge. 80mm x 60mm




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