All Items : Traditional Collectibles : Geological : Prehistorical item #1383654 (stock #1253)
A nice group of five complex Neanderthal multi-tools from Fontmaure, France. All jasper, all in excellent condition with various glossy to semi-glossy ground patinas. Heights between 1 5/8" and 2 1/8". All legal surface finds. A wide variety of scraper edges, notches, and burins are exhibited in this group. Fine ergonomics and excellent conceptual designs fit together perfectly in these lithics. Date to 80,000-50,000 BCE.
All Items : Traditional Collectibles : Geological : Prehistorical item #1375149 (stock #2623)
Small, exquisite Neanderthal multi-tool from Marbach, Germany. Chert, Height 2 1/16". Excellent condition, legal excavation find. A real technical and conceptual masterpiece of Neanderthal tool making. With the burin and large notch there are also 2 worked blade edges and another smaller notch on the proximal end. Dates to 80,000-50,000 BCE.
All Items : Traditional Collectibles : Geological : Prehistorical item #1375147 (stock #1577)
Danish Mesolithic scraper, possibly Maglemose culture. Flint, excellent condition, height 2 7/8". Ex collection Thomsen, Taruplunde, Denmark. Beautifully executed thin scraper on a flake, with a notch. Probably late Maglemose, 7,000-6,400 BCE.
All Items : Traditional Collectibles : Geological : Prehistorical item #1378115 (stock #3748)
Neanderthal proto axe with a nice drusy. Chert, height 3 5/8". Legal excavation find from Marbach, Germany. Generally excellent condition, missing a few minor chips. Varied soft matte ground patina. Partially bifacially worked, one edge an ergonomic backing, the other forms a convex and concave scraper/blade edge. Dates to 120,000-100,000 BCE.
All Items : Traditional Collectibles : Geological : Prehistorical item #1383656 (stock #3478)
Five Neanderthal multi=tools/scrapers from Fontmaure, France. Jasper, heights between 2 1/8" and 2 5/8". All legal surface finds with semi-glossy ground patinas. Missing a few small chips, otherwise in excellent condition. Though essentially scrapers, each of these tools exhibits several scraper edges, along with notches and burins. The deep burgundy scraper also has a beautifully retouched nosed end scraper. All date to 80,000-50,000 BCE.
All Items : Traditional Collectibles : Geological : Prehistorical item #1377641 (stock #1324)
Lovely Neanderthal scraper on a flake from the Grand Pressigny region, France. Flint, height 2 7/8". Missing two minor chips, otherwise in excellent condition with a lovely, glossy ground patina. Legal surface find. Midway along the lithic through the distal end is entirely retouched as a long rounded end scraper. Very small (but sharp!) notch just to the side of the proximal end. Dates to 80,000-50,000 BCE.
All Items : Traditional Collectibles : Geological : Prehistorical item #1381978 (stock #1246)
A fabulous Mode 1 pebble tool on a flint nodule from Grand Pressigny, France (found in an ancient dried channel of the Creuse River). Legal surface find in excellent condition with a fabulous ground patina. Height 4". This is a beautiful and rare example of an Oldowan Mode 1 pebble tool. created summarily with a minimum of flake removals, it takes good advantage of the natural ergonomic properties of the pebble to be useful as a chopper on several surfaces. Beautiful sculptural presence...
All Items : Traditional Collectibles : Geological : Prehistorical item #1376316 (stock #3460)
3 small notched scrapers on flakes from Marbach, Germany. All three are jasper, in excellent condition, heights between 1 15/16" and 2 1/16". All legal excavation finds. Nice, soft semi-glossy ground patinas. While the notches are evident in these tools (on the two on the left in the photo they could be classified as either a large notch ("shaft straightener") or a concave scraper), they are actually highly functional multi-tools with a number of worked edges on each of the three...
All Items : Traditional Collectibles : Geological : Prehistorical item #1378106 (stock #3578)
Very unusual Neanderthal tool, which slips in between several categories. It is a large, masterfully struck and fairly wafer-like flake, height 3 1/2", of chert. One face is entirely cortex (missing two small chips). On what I would assume is the proximal end there is a clearly defined notch, and the distal end, which is at the top in the photo, is a very distinctly flaked hatchet-like edge, generally a bit sharper and with more tooth than one would expect from a classically executed scraper...
All Items : Traditional Collectibles : Geological : Fossils : Prehistorical item #1300854
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Moroccan stromatolite fossil well preserved in a nice red sandstone believed to date from about 600 million years ago.These microbial fossils are one of Earth's earliest records of life. The earliest known stromatolite fossils are between 3.5 - 2.75 billion years old in the Precambrian period. The blue-green algae in these early colonies were important in creating Earth's current oxygen atmosphere. Size 3" by 3.5" and weighs .04 pounds this piece has very fine details a great desk piece.
All Items : Traditional Collectibles : Geological : Prehistorical item #1353266 (stock #2354)
A group of 3 complex Neanderthal multi-tools. Jasper, heights between 2" and 2 5/16". Fontmaure, France, auction purchase from a Dutch collection. All in excellent condition, with lovely, glossy patina. All three are very finely wrought lithics, with retouches on most edges, giving each a complex variety of working tools. The slight notched end scraper at the top of the lithic to the left is particularly subtle. Dating to approximately 80,000-50,000 BCE.
All Items : Traditional Collectibles : Geological : Prehistorical item #1380023 (stock #3160)
Two small Neanderthal multi-tools from Marbach, Germany. heights 2 1/8" and 2 3/8". Both in excellent condition, legal excavation finds. The lithic on the right has a dried textured surface with accumulated patina. The lithic to the left has a glossy ground patina. This tool is interesting in that it takes advantage of several small areas of the natural cortex to complete the tools themselves...
All Items : Traditional Collectibles : Geological : Prehistorical item #1375389 (stock #M1105)
Large Neolithic Biface double blade or point. Flint, height 3 7/8". Excellent condition, auction purchase, I have no source data on this lithic. Judging from the stone I think this piece is from Belgium. While the classic hand axe essentially disappeared with the Middle Paleolithic, bifacial and partial bifacial knapping continued into the Neolithic period, resulting most often in scrapers, blades or point similar to this one...
All Items : Traditional Collectibles : Geological : Prehistorical item #1375144 (stock #3147)
Small upper Paleolithic Aurignacian convergent scraper from Germany. Flint, height 1 7/8". Excellent condition, old auction purchase. Finely wrought scraper on a flake, with a beautiful bulb of percussion. The Aurignacian were the first verified wave of Homo Sapiens to move up into Europe from Africa during the upper Paleolithic. it is believed that they developed from the Ahmarian, who migrated into the Levant around 46,000 BCE. This lithic dates to 43,000-22,000 BCE.
All Items : Traditional Collectibles : Geological : Fossils : Prehistorical item #1395045 (stock #SP14)
Large Authentic Spinosaurus Aegyptiacus (var. MAroccanus) Dinosaur Tooth from the Kem Kem Basin of Morocco. Crtaceous Period (c. 108 - 94 Million Years). 45 mm (1 5/8").
All Items : Traditional Collectibles : Geological : Prehistorical item #1375074 (stock #3142)
A group of 4 prehistoric native American tools from the Suwannee River/Withlacoochee River basin area of northern Florida. Chert, heights between 2" and 3". All were purchased at auction. I have no collection history on them. Note that these were probably either under water or in a marshy environment, and the long exposure to rich organic materials resulted in the lovely, rich coloring on the darker lithics. They were originally a white chert...
All Items : Traditional Collectibles : Geological : Prehistorical item #1375077 (stock #1945)
4 north American Paleolithic blades from the Suwannee River/Withlacoochee River basin in northern Florida. Chert, heights between 2 3/8" and 2 7/8". These were purchased at auction and I have no collection data on them. These are all blades of varying types. The first and third from the left are remarkably similar examples of Naturally Backed Blades (ie blades with one thick side, opposite the blade side, which is not reworked but had the natural cortex for a surface)...
All Items : Traditional Collectibles : Geological : Prehistorical item #1404272 (stock #6073)
Neolithic adz/celt circa 5000 to 2000 BCE, from old Danish collection. L: 13cm/5.1in and W: 7.2cm2.9in.
All Items : Traditional Collectibles : Geological : Fossils : Prehistorical item #1395040 (stock #SP10)
Large Authentic Spinosaurus Aegyptiacus (var. MAroccanus) Dinosaur Tooth from the Kem Kem Basin of Morocco. Crtaceous Period (c. 108 - 94 Million Years). 60 mm (2 1/4").
All Items : Traditional Collectibles : Geological : Prehistorical item #1383513 (stock #3170)
A lovely group of four Neanderthal convergent scrapers. Jasper, all four are in excellent condition. Height between 1 1/4" and 1 5/8". Legal excavation finds, Nordlinger Ries, Germany. Varying semi-glossy to glossy ground patinas...
All Items : Traditional Collectibles : Geological : Fossils : Prehistorical item #1399449 (stock #G209)
Authentic Fossil of European Woolly Mammoth (Mammuthus Primigenius) tooth (molar). Last Ice Age period. PLEISTOCENE: 150,000 - 20,000 years ago

This is a rare example of top-grade specimen with superb large plate structures and roots.

Teeth from the true European (not Siberian) Woolly mammoth deposits rarely survive with roots structures like this and ever found in this condition. There are more mastodon fossils found in Florida than European Woolly Mammoth fossils.

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All Items : Traditional Collectibles : Geological : Prehistorical item #1352207 (stock #1838)
A grouping of 6 Native American Paleolithic tools from the Suwanee River-Withlacoochee Basin area, Northern Florida. ex. collection Mike Buhler, ex-collection Michael Cottingham, Texas. Chert, heights between 2" and 2 5/8". All in excellent and undamaged condition with rich patinas from being buried in marsh-like soil with high organic content. 4 of these tools are very skillfully worked scrapers with notches on flakes. 2, the first two to the left in the photo, are partial biface tools with ...
All Items : Traditional Collectibles : Geological : Prehistorical item #1377952 (stock #2631)
Interesting Hopewell sub-triangular biface multi-tool. Flint, height 3 5/16". Excellent condition, no evident damage with a fine varied ground patina. This came from an old collection of Hopewell lithics that were from Licking County, Ohio. Legal finds from private property. Very boldly knapped biface with good ergonomics and an obvious notch on one blade edge. All edges and the distal end are flaked, with the exception of the proximal end (small chip missing here). This on a lovely piece...
All Items : Traditional Collectibles : Geological : Fossils : Prehistorical item #1395039 (stock #SP9)
Large Authentic Spinosaurus Aegyptiacus (var. MAroccanus) Dinosaur Tooth from the Kem Kem Basin of Morocco. Crtaceous Period (c. 108 - 94 Million Years). 58 mm (2 1/4").
All Items : Traditional Collectibles : Geological : Prehistorical item #1352413 (stock #3046)
2 late Neolithic or mid bronze age hammer stones. Flint, heights 2" and 2 3/8". From a mid bronze age site at Great Barton, UK. Legal surface find. Both of these hammer stones exhibit extensive use, and are in excellent condition. The hammer stone on the left (with the number 3200 visible on it)shows evidence of having been heated, and may have been used as a pot-boily, to heat water or food. Uncertain as to dates on these, most likely later Neolithic, 2500-1500 BCE.
All Items : Traditional Collectibles : Geological : Prehistorical item #1375146 (stock #3110)
A group of 5 Aterian flint tools of unusual shapes from Bir el Ater, Algeria. All in excellent condition, legal surface finds. Heights between 2 1/8" and 2 5/8". These may have been hafted scrapers. The Aterian industry in Saharan Africa ranged from approximately 145,000 BCE to 30,000 BCE, and was loosely centered through Saharan Africa into the Mid-east (Oman). These lithic probably date to about 45,000 BCE.
All Items : Traditional Collectibles : Geological : Prehistorical item #1352411 (stock #2680)
A group of 5 small but really interesting and fabulously worked Neanderthal multi-tools. Jasper, heights between 1 3/4" and 2 1/2". All legal site finds from the Marbach, Germany. Beautiful patinas on these tools. These tools, though small in size, exhibit some excellent examples of Neanderthal stone knapping and conceptualization of multi-tools. Since the Neanderthal were hunter gatherers, speed (hence lightness of tools carried) was important. Each of these fine tools could then (and now...
All Items : Traditional Collectibles : Geological : Prehistorical item #1375112 (stock #2616)
Large bifacially worked Neanderthal burin with a concave scraper edge. Chert, from Marbach, Germany. Legal excavation find. Length 3 7/8". Excellent condition with dry patina. Hefty piece, with several large flake removals and then some fine retouches on the concave scraper edge. Very stable ergonomic design, allowing for a solid grip. Dates to 80,000-50,000 BCE.
All Items : Traditional Collectibles : Geological : Prehistorical item #1351939 (stock #3158)
Interesting group of 5 various tools from NW Adams County, Lima Lakes bottomlands area, Illinois. Legal finds from a construction site (details of find history are quite interesting and can be sent on request as it is too long to include here). Chert, heights between 2 3/8" and 2 3/4". All 5 tools are remarkably well worked and in excellent condition. The second from the left is a particularly interesting and complex multi-tool. All have beautiful, multi-colored patinas from contact over th...
All Items : Traditional Collectibles : Geological : Prehistorical item #1377086 (stock #3244)
A group of three diverse Neanderthal tools. All from Fontmaure, France. Jasper, heights between 2 3/4" and 3 1/4". Legal surface finds in excellent condition, varying ground patina. The central lithic is a hybrid between a naturally backed blade and a nosed end scraper. The lithic to the left is a discoid scraper on an unusual, domed flake with bifacial flaking, which looks to be hard hammer. The lithic to the right has a variety of scraper edges and a small denticulate point, with excellen...
All Items : Traditional Collectibles : Geological : Fossils : Prehistorical item #1393865
Very Large Authentic Spinosaurus Aegyptiacus (var. MAroccanus) Dinosaur Tooth from the Kem Kem Basin of Morocco. Crtaceous Period (c. 108 - 94 Million Years). 90 mm (3 1/2").
All Items : Traditional Collectibles : Geological : Prehistorical item #1353270 (stock #2892)
A set of 4 Neanderthal multi tools. Chert, heights between 1 1/4" and 2 3/4". Marbach, Germany, legal site finds. Very slight old chips, no recent damage. Interesting group of 4 burins (2 still quite sharp!) with adjoining scraper or blade edges exhibiting very skilled retouching. The burin with scraper edges to the left is a really excellent example of the tool maker's art. Dating to approximately 80,000-50,000 BCE.
All Items : Traditional Collectibles : Geological : Prehistorical item #1392080 (stock #3765)
A large, hefty and very sculptural lower Paleolithic chopper. Flint, in excellent condition with a creamy white calcified patina. height 4 3/4", some remains of cortex. Auction Purchase. Very solid chopper with a deeply flaked distal end allowing for a great ergonomic hand placement at the proximal end. Heidelberg Man, dates to approximately 450,000-350,000 BCE. Sculpturally a beautiful lithic.
All Items : Traditional Collectibles : Geological : Prehistorical item #1380032 (stock #2163)
Three Neanderthal scrapers of various types from Marbach, Germany. Left and center are chert, the lithic to the right is flint. These are legal site finds in excellent condition. Heights between 1 1/2" and 2 1/8". Matt ground patina. While basically scrapers, each of these is different in conception and execution. The flint tool to the right is an abrupt end scraper on a flake with a slight reverse notch just below the scraper itself. The center tool is a burin with two small, summarily ex...
All Items : Traditional Collectibles : Geological : Prehistorical item #1377085 (stock #1918)
Three Neanderthal scrapers on flakes from Fontmaure, France. Jasper, heights between 2 1/4" and 3". All legal surface finds, in excellent condition with glossy ground patina. The lithic to the left is a straight scraper with great ergonomics. The other two are multi-tools with a number of worked edges. The lithic to the right is a remarkable piece of Neanderthal stone work on a wafer thin flake. Despite its thinness the ergonomics and functional edges are superbly constructed. All date to...
All Items : Traditional Collectibles : Geological : Prehistorical item #1381472 (stock #3196)
A well-tumbled group of three Neanderthal multi-tools from Reculver, Kent, England. All with a beautiful, glossy sea patina. All in excellent condition, heights between 2 1/4" and 2 1/2". The Reculver cliffs were originally an inland elevation, but over time rising sea levels have placed them on the coast where they have been eroding at an accelerated pace. The zone between the high and low tide yields many lithics with a very specific, soft to high gloss patina due to being tumbled about in ...
All Items : Traditional Collectibles : Geological : Fossils : Prehistorical item #1350949 (stock #2249)
Neolithic "Livre du Beurre" blade core. Flint, height 9 1/4". Excellent condition, beautiful caramel colored flint. Found in a river bed near Barrou, France. Very sculptural stone. From approx. 4500 BCE.
All Items : Traditional Collectibles : Geological : Prehistorical item #1382261 (stock #2558)
Excellent example of a Clactonian borer or drill from Nordlinger Ries, Germany. Jasper, height 3 1/2". Excellent condition, legal excavation find. Semi-glossy ground patina. Initially this was a fragment of a large Clactonian flake. Dates to 300,000-200,000 BCE.
All Items : Traditional Collectibles : Geological : Prehistorical item #1375066 (stock #2473)
Large middle or upper Paleolithic burin with worked scraper edge. Jasper, length 6 1/2". Excellent condition, no repairs or restorations. Legal surface find from Fontmaure, France. This large lithic is made from a slightly softer type of the Jasper commonly found at Fontmaure. I am not positive regarding identification on this particular lithic- it may be Neanderthal or it may be upper Paleolithic/early Homo Sapiens. Obvious large flake removal, which one sees often with Fontmaure lithics m...
All Items : Traditional Collectibles : Geological : Prehistorical item #1352937 (stock #2351)
A group of 3 large Neanderthal multi-tools. Jasper, heights between 3 3/8" and 3 3/4". All legal surface finds from Fontmaure, France. All in excellent condition with fine, glossy patinas. Each tool presenting several retouched surfaces, producing a complex battery of burins and scraper edges. Dating to approximately 50,000 BCE.
All Items : Traditional Collectibles : Geological : Prehistorical item #1381470 (stock #2951)
Two flint Neanderthal scrapers from Reculver, Kent, England. Heights 2 5/8" and 2 7/8". Both with really beautiful, glossy sea patina and in excellent (though well-tumbled!) condition. Lovely examples. The Reculver cliffs were originally an inland elevation, but over time rising sea levels have placed them on the coast where they have been eroding at an accelerated pace. The zone between the high and low tide yields many lithics with a very specific, soft to high gloss patina due to being tum...
All Items : Traditional Collectibles : Geological : Prehistorical item #1377643 (stock #1290)
Native American Paleolithic scraper on a flake from the Suwannee River/Withlacoochee River basin in northern Florida. Chert, height 2 3/4". Excellent condition with a rich, luminous river patina. Auction purchase, formerly Cottingham collection, Texas. Lovely and luminous coffee colored patina on this lithic, which is originally a white chert. With the exception of one small area near the proximal end the entire perimeter is retouched to make a continuous scraper edge. Thick, sculptural pi...
All Items : Traditional Collectibles : Geological : Prehistorical item #1375614 (stock #2211)
Large Neanderthal multi-tool on a levallois flake. Flint, height 5 3/8". Tourraine (Indre et Loire), France. legal surface find, missing one chip on the proximal end. Large and hefty multi-tool, with an extended slightly convex notched scraper on one side and a denticulate saw-like blade on the other. The distal end has an abrupt scraper, though thick enough to have perhaps also served as a chopping edge or cleaver. Larger notch near the proximal end, and what looks like the slight remains...
All Items : Traditional Collectibles : Geological : Prehistorical item #1383515 (stock #2324)
Four Neanderthal multi-tools on flakes. Chert and jasper, heights between 2" and 2 3/8". All in excellent condition, legal excavation finds, Marbach, Germany. All four represent variations on the basic Neanderthal scraper multi-tool, each with a variety of differently refined edges to best serve different purposes on a single tool that would be light to transport. The tool on the left in the photo is somewhat thicker than the others, and has one edge flaked to form a lovely, slightly concave...
All Items : Traditional Collectibles : Geological : Prehistorical item #1352158 (stock #2488)
2 eccentric Neanderthal scrapers. Jasper, height: both at 3". From Fontmaure, France, purchased from an older Dutch collection. The lithic on the left has what may be a chip missing at the top left in the photo. This is an old chip, well patinated. By it's form I do not think it was intentional to the piece and may be use-damage. The right side shows signs of use and was summarily knapped, hence it may have been made "in the field" for some specific function. The lithic on the right is a ve...
All Items : Traditional Collectibles : Geological : Prehistorical item #1376451 (stock #1242)
Neanderthal discoid scraper on a flake. Flint, height 2 5/8". Excellent condition with nice, medium ground patina. Auction purchase, I think this may be from the Dordogne region of France. The entire edge has been retouched except for a small part of the proximal end. Small burin at the distal end. Dates to approximately 50,000 BCE.
All Items : Traditional Collectibles : Geological : Prehistorical item #1375612 (stock #2321)
Neanderthal Flake core. Flint, Height 3 1/4". Grand-Pressigny region, France. Legal surface find. Minor chips missing, otherwise intact with a lovely, glossy ground patina. Large sculptural example of a flake core on the famous Grand Pressigny caramel colored flint. 80,000-50,000 BCE.
All Items : Traditional Collectibles : Geological : Prehistorical item #1381136 (stock #4339)
A group of five Neolithic micro scrapers from the Linear Pottery (or linear Band Ware) culture, ca 5500-4500 BCE. From Germany, all legal excavation finds. All are chert and in excellent condition. Heights between 7/8" and 1 1/8". Soft ground patina. All five have multiple retouched scraper edges, and were probably originally hafted to bone or wood handles.
All Items : Traditional Collectibles : Geological : Prehistorical item #1375605 (stock #3576)
Small Neanderthal biface with area of cortex. Flint, height 3 5/8". Vallee de la Creuse, France, legal surface find. One old chip missing, visible on the inside edges in the photos, about 1/4 down from the distal end. Lovely, glossy ground patina. Though similar in shape to a Limande, this lithic is a bit more roughly flaked and is thick for its size, making it a substantial tool for heavier work. Excellent ergonomics indicate this as the piece is designed for a very strong grip in all dire...
All Items : Traditional Collectibles : Geological : Prehistorical item #1395540 (stock #1905)
A group of five smaller native American paleolithic tools on flakes from the Suwanee River basin, northern Florida. All five are flake tools, chert, in excellent condition with dry patinas and traces of organic materials. Heights between 1 3/8" and 1 7/8". Legal finds, ex. Michael Cottingham collection. This is an interesting group of small, finely crafted multi-tools on flakes. All have scraper or blade edges, and some form of burin tip. Date to approx. 8000-5000 BCE.
All Items : Traditional Collectibles : Geological : Prehistorical item #1352312 (stock #2304)
Neanderthal partial biface axe. Flint, height 3 5/8". Legal surface find from near Grand-Pressigny, France (dried ancient riverbed of the Creuse River). Excellent condition, one small chip missing at proximal end of the axe. Beautiful, triangular axe with a luminous patina on the famous Grand-Pressigny caramel colored flint.
All Items : Traditional Collectibles : Geological : Prehistorical item #1395539 (stock #4721)
A group of six native American Paleolithic stone tools from the Suwanee River basin, northern Florida. Chert and flint, in excellent condition with patinas varying from matte ground patina to highly glossy river patina. Heights between 2 1/8" and 2 3/4". All legal finds, ex. Michael Cottingham collection. These are all flake tools with the exception of the second from the left, which is bifacially knapped. In general these are thick, the edges forming what approximates an abrupt scraper, and ...
All Items : Traditional Collectibles : Geological : Prehistorical item #1376892 (stock #3780)
Three Neanderthal multi-tools on chert from the Nordlinger Ries, Germany. Legal surface finds, all in excellent condition, the smallest of the three missing a chip near the distal end. Heights between 2 1/8" and 3". each of these three lithics has a nice variety of functional tools. The burin on the left (which is still quite sharp) has a boldly flaked blade edge and a more refined partial scraper edge. The middle tool displays really exquisite flaking on the denticulate blade edge, while the...
All Items : Traditional Collectibles : Geological : Prehistorical item #1382263 (stock #2642)
Lower paleolithic proto-axe from Nordlinger Ries, Germany. Probably Homo Erectus (Antecessor). Bean ore jasper, height 2 3/4". Minor chips, otherwise excellent condition. Legal excavation find. Remarkably conceived in terms of ergonomic design. The thumb channel on the ventral side of the axe allows for a substantially stronger grip on the axe, greatly increasing its efficacity. Dates to 300,000-200,000 BCE.
All Items : Traditional Collectibles : Geological : Prehistorical item #1381135 (stock #4370)
A group of five multi-edged scrapers from the Linear Pottery (or Linear Band Ware) culture, CA 5500-4500 BCE. All legal excavation finds from Germany. Heights between 1 1/16" and 1 1/8". Flint and Chert, all in excellent condition with soft ground patina. Beautifully shaped and finely wrought scrapers, exhibiting real mastery of stone tool knapping. These were all probably originally hafted to wood or bone handles.
All Items : Traditional Collectibles : Geological : Prehistorical item #1376455 (stock #1919)
Nice pair of Neanderthal convergent scrapers on flakes. Jasper, from Fontmaure, France. Legal surface finds, heights 2 1/2" and 2 7/8". Both in excellent condition. The scraper on the right has a variety of retouched edges, terminating in a burin or borer at the distal end. The scraper on the left is retouched on nearly the entire edge, except the proximal end and a small area next to this which allows for a good grip for all the differently positioned edges. Date to approximately 80,000-50...
All Items : Traditional Collectibles : Geological : Prehistorical item #1374756 (stock #1981)
A colorful group of 5 Neanderthal multi-tools, heights between 2 3/8"-2 1/2". Jasper, all in excellent condition, legal surface finds. Nice colors and a great variety of excellent worked and retouched edges. Nice burin on the lithic to the left, and truncation on the tool second from the left. Dating to 80,000-50,000 BCE.
All Items : Traditional Collectibles : Geological : Prehistorical item #1381545 (stock #3246)
A group of three Neanderthal scrapers from Reculver cliffs, Kent, England. Flint, heights between 1 3/4" and 2 1/8". All three in excellent condition with fine, glossy sea patina. The Reculver cliffs were originally an inland elevation, but over time rising sea levels have placed them on the coast where they have been eroding at an accelerated pace. The zone between the high and low tide yields many lithics with a very specific, soft to high gloss patina due to being tumbled about in the ocean...
All Items : Traditional Collectibles : Geological : Geological item #1404712 (stock #05169)
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Unique formed glendonite as a pseudomorph of calcite (ikaite) from Hokkaido, Japan, called 'Gennoishi' (lit. 'Hammer stone'). approx. H 10cm (3.93in), 14 x 13cm (5.51 x 5.11in)


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Fine Quartz Crystal and black Tourmaline specimen with many small points in a nice cluster , the black Tourmaline can be seen from the base. Size 1.8 pounds or 680 g 3402 ct W 6" by 5.5 " by 2.5"