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An excellent Paleolithic "Small Ficron" flint hand axe from Sussex.
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Early-Mid Paleolithic period c.400,000 to 200,000 B.C. A very nicely worked flint small Ficron hand axe fashioned from a pleasant light/dark grey flint with original flint pebble cortex remaining on upper third making a decent hand grip for the axe. Typically slender and bi-facially worked blade, well worked with some pressure working to further define the tip and blade edges. Nicely aged with good surface patination and some light iron oxide highlights adding to its appeal. Found in Sussex in the early 1900's and from an old London collection. 152mm long x 65mm at widest x 38mm thick. A very nice example of the type.