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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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.
Neanderthal Mousterian Flint Biface Axe circa 50,000 BC
A typical honey coloured flint discovered at Allone, Beauvais, Oise  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.
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.