Description: A mottled grey flint borer made from an irregular stout flake with a small patch of cortex remaining on one side, with some retouching on the sides. The implement attached by tape to an annotated card. The card foxed with losses to two corners and a tear repaired. Found at Hougham, near Folkestone, Kent, in 1928.
Size: Borer 50 mm/2 ins. in length, annotated card, 60 x 91 mm/2.4 x 3.6 ins.
Date: c. 3rd Millennium B.C.
A nice example of the careful recording of even minor artefacts by early 20th Century collectors.
UK sale only please.