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Three lower Palaeolithic Acheulian Bifice Hand Axes. These are pre-historic core tools
A Palaeolithic hammer stone with a typed label ‘Antrim. Hammer-stone with depression on each side to facilitate grip’
Two middle Palaeolithic levalloisian technique flint scrappers
A Mesolithic brown flint carpentry tool for use as a gouge
A large Neolithic ground grey flint axe blade, which was made to be hafted in a perforated wood handle
A Neolithic ground black basalt stone adze blade, which was made to be hafted in a mortised handle
A fine late middle Palaeolithic pale brown flint hand axe
A northern British early Bronze Age ceremonial basalt stone celt
Palaeolithic period 500-10000 BC
Neolithic period 10000-4000 BC
Early Bronze Age 4000-2500 BC
Size: 23cm long – 9 ins long (max) / 6.5cm long – 2½ ins long (min)
See Finch and Co catalogue no. 9, item no. 56, catalogue no. 10, item no. 18, catalogue no. 11, item no. 49,