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An excellent Paleolithic Mousterian (Neanderthal) flint Denticulated Saw, Les Eyzies, France SOLD
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c.50,000 B.C. An excellent Paleolithic Mousterian (Neanderthal) Dual-edged denticulate hand saw found at the famous site of Les Eyzies in the Dordogne, France. Nicely fashioned from a pleasant light and dark grey flint, uni-facially worked to form a assymetric shaped tool with two distinct, and still sharp sawing edges, both copiously reworked to form serrated teeth for sawing. Totally intact and in super condition with a most attractive light surface smoothing and ageing, a good example of a scarce form of Neanderthal flint tool, 55mm long x 50mm wide x 8mm thick.


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