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An excellent and very nicely worked Neolithic flint end scraper, Salisbury plain, Old Coll. SOLD
An excellent and very nicely worked Neolithic flint end scraper, Salisbury plain, Old Coll. SOLD
An excellent and very nicely worked Neolithic flint end scraper, Salisbury plain, Old Coll. SOLD An excellent and very nicely worked Neolithic flint end scraper, Salisbury plain, Old Coll. SOLD An excellent and very nicely worked Neolithic flint end scraper, Salisbury plain, Old Coll. SOLD An excellent and very nicely worked Neolithic flint end scraper, Salisbury plain, Old Coll. SOLD
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c.2500 to  2000 B.C. A good sized, excellent and very nicely worked Neolithic flint end scraper / knife tool found on Salisbury Plain in the Early 20th Century close to the famous Stonehenge Megaliths and from an old Early 20th Century West Country lithic collection. Expertly fashioned from a pleasant mottled light and dark grey flint with the original white pebble cortex remaining on the upper surface; Uni-facial with a flat underside but copiously worked to form a very nicely defined semi-circular scraping and cutting blade on one end, this has then been re-touched and pressure flaked to further enhance it, Totally intact and in excellent condition and a scarce example from possibly one of the most notable, and now protected Neolithic World Heritage sites, 69mm long x 49mm wide x 18mm thick.


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