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A large and pleasant Neolithic flint end scraper from Beachy Head, Sussex, hafted to show probable use. SOLD
A large and pleasant Neolithic flint end scraper from Beachy Head, Sussex, hafted to show probable use. SOLD
A large and pleasant Neolithic flint end scraper from Beachy Head, Sussex, hafted to show probable use. SOLD A large and pleasant Neolithic flint end scraper from Beachy Head, Sussex, hafted to show probable use. SOLD A large and pleasant Neolithic flint end scraper from Beachy Head, Sussex, hafted to show probable use. SOLD A large and pleasant Neolithic flint end scraper from Beachy Head, Sussex, hafted to show probable use. SOLD
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c.3000 B.C. A large, pleasant and well worked Neolithic flint end scraper found at the famous site of Beachy Head, Sussex in the 1940's and from an amateur achaeologists own private collection. The flint blade has been expertly hafted into a custom wooden handle to show probable method of use. The blade is wedged into the handle but can be removed easily if required. The wooden handle has some age and may be contemporary to the finding of the blade. The flint blade is very nicely worked all round with clearly defined blade edges and also has an excellent old collection patination and nice surface ageing with iron oxide highlights adding to its appeal. Beachy Head written in ink on one side. A very nice Neolithic implement and an appealing display item, original old label included as well. blade 74mm long x 40mm wide x 8mm thick. In the handle the entire tool measures 165mm long x 50mm wide.


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