Description: A group of five Neolithic flints, including a fine dark brown thumbnail scraper with most of the margin finely retouched, a small dark brown endscraper and three mottled brown flint flakes, all showing flake scars, perhaps used as simple knives. All have some areas of cortex remaining. Found at Thetford, Norfolk.
Size: The thumbnail scraper 26 mm/1 in. across, the small endscraper 32 mm/1.2 ins. in length, the flakes 29 mm/1.1 ins. to 52 mm/2 ins. in length
Date: c. 3rd Millennium B.C.
Provenance: At one time with C.J. Martin (Coins) Ltd., The Vale, Southgate, London.
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