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Mesolithic flint Hand Axe / Borer from Suffolk. SOLD
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c.10000 - 5000 B.C. An attractive Mesolithic flint hand axe, blade and boring implement originally found near Beccles, Suffolk at a known Mesolithic habitation site and from a Suffolk collection. Well defined for a Mesolithic tool with flat underside, upper surface skillfully knapped at one end to form a functional pointed tip flanked by knapped blade edges either side. Obviosuly a multi-tool of some sort which could be used for chopping , cutting and boring. The axe fits the hand nicely and would have made a handy utility implement. Nicely aged with good patina and colouration of exposed surfaces, a nice example of the type, 106mm long x 68mm wide x 30mm thick


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