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Excellent Neolithic flint sickle, re-hafted in a prototypical Antler handle, Dorset. SOLD
Excellent Neolithic flint sickle, re-hafted in a prototypical Antler handle, Dorset.  SOLD
Excellent Neolithic flint sickle, re-hafted in a prototypical Antler handle, Dorset.  SOLD Excellent Neolithic flint sickle, re-hafted in a prototypical Antler handle, Dorset.  SOLD Excellent Neolithic flint sickle, re-hafted in a prototypical Antler handle, Dorset.  SOLD Excellent Neolithic flint sickle, re-hafted in a prototypical Antler handle, Dorset.  SOLD
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c.3000-2500 B.C. An excellent Neolithic flint sickle found in Ashmore, Dorset which has been professionally re-hafted into a prototypical Antler handle complete with leather/sinew bindings so as to illustrate how the tool would have been used in Neolithic times to cut long grasses and cereal crops. The Sickle blade edge still good and sharp and expertly fashioned from a pleasant banded light and dark grey flint, nicely aged and patinated with some iron oxide highlights to percussion ridges, a very nice and well presented Neolithic tool which would make a nice display piece in any lithic collection, Sickle 105mm long x 39mm wide x 10mm thick, length in handle 200mm.


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