Lower/Middle Palaeolithic Chopping Tool on a Flint Nodule, Kent, UK. For Sale
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Lower/Middle Palaeolithic Chopping Tool on a Flint Nodule, Kent, UK.:
Lower/Middle Palaeolithic Chopping tool c400,000- 60,000k Years BP. Found, Kent, England.
This chopping tool has been created on a 22 cm elongated flint nodule that is supremely ergonomic in the hand.
It has been worked at the extreme distal tip only to produced a chopping point.
There is an additional flake removal at the opposing end, presumably to accommodate placement of the thumb when grasping.
This chopping tool is in very good condition.
Length: 22.5 cm
Width: 6 cm
Thickness: 4.5 cm
Weight: 658 grams
From an old collection, found Kent, England. Provenance details will be supplied with this sal