This is a nice example of a Neolithic Dolmen Culture, c.4.000 BC, large end scraper on a flake. Produced from a thick flake with a large convex scraper end and a smaller base (this tool was probably hafted). The artefact has no modern or old damage and was made from black and grey flint with inclusions, mineral deposits, hinge patination together with ground debris. With very nice retouches on both edges, this type of tool is a classic Neolithic scraper. The site location was an open site in Central France and measures 65mm x 35mm x 15mm.
Price: 13.00

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Neolithic Dolmen Culture,  end scraper.  NP Collectables
ST243 Neolithic End Scraper
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