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A good, pecked and ground Neolithic stone axe from Bridlington, North East Yorkshire (A34)
A good, pecked and ground Neolithic stone axe from Bridlington, North East Yorkshire (A34)
A good, pecked and ground Neolithic stone axe from Bridlington, North East Yorkshire (A34) A good, pecked and ground Neolithic stone axe from Bridlington, North East Yorkshire (A34) A good, pecked and ground Neolithic stone axe from Bridlington, North East Yorkshire (A34) A good, pecked and ground Neolithic stone axe from Bridlington, North East Yorkshire (A34)
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c.2500-2000 B.C. A good, pecked and ground Neolithic stone axe found many years ago on North Dale Farm, Bridlington, North East Yorkshire and from an extensive Canadian lithic collection amassed in the 1960's/70's. Very nicely fashioned from a tough, coarse grey stone, symmetrical in shape with a pointed butt for hafting into a wooden handle and with a good well defined blade edge. Totally intact and in very good overall condition, a decent example of the type,  118mm long x 56mm wide x 30mm thick.


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