A group of four small Neolithic flint tools from Thetford, Norfolk

A group of four small Neolithic flint tools from Thetford, Norfolk

Code: 2592

£25.00
 

Description: A group of three dark grey and brown flint scrapers made from small to medium-sized flakes, all with some fine edge retouching, and a grey flint worked flake perhaps used as a simple knife. Three tools with some cortex remaining, found at Thetford, Norfolk.

Size: 28 mm/1.1 ins. to 39 mm/1.5 ins. in length

Culture: Neolithic

Date: c. 3rd Millennium B.C.

Provenance: At one time with C.J. Martin (Coins) Ltd., The Vale, Southgate, London.

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