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A large and very nicely worked Neolithic flint awl or borer from Swaffham, Norfolk. SOLD
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c.3000 B.C. A large and very nicely worked Neolithic flint awl or borer found near Swaffham, Norfolk and from an old Norfolk collection. The awl is  fashioned from a pleasant light/dark grey flint with a small area of pebble cortex remaining on the upper surface which contains an ink description citing "Hawlings, Swaf. 1979". A nicely defined flint tool and well worked to form a robust and functional point. Excellent surfaces with attractive surface ageing and patination, a very nice example of the type and tactile, 82mm long x 35mm wide x 23mm at thickest.


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