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An unusual Mesolithic Portland Chert denticulated saw/borer tool, Portland Bill, Dorset (N19) SOLD
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c.8000 - 6000 B.C. An unusual Mesolithic Portland Chert flaked combi-tool featuring a borer point with denticulated blade edges around (serrated) so it could be used as a small hand saw, it was excavated close to the famous Culverwell habitation site, Portland Bill, Isle of Portland, Dorset and from a Hampshire Geologists collection but originally hailing from an older collection amassed in the 1970's. Clearly worked and well defined, with a pleasant overall pale ble / grey patination, an interesting example from a famous Mesolithic site, approx. 54mm long x 24mm wide x 7mm thick.