Jeremy's Rock Garden
All Items : Traditional Collectibles : Geological : Prehistorical item #1396808 (stock #2953)
Jeremy's Rock Garden
$85.00
A group of three Neanderthal burins, all with scraper edges, from Marbach, Germany. Chert, legal surface finds, heights between 2 1/8" and 3". Excellent condition with matte ground patina. The two lithics pictured to the left and center have offset burins with accompanying convergent scraper edges. The lithic to the right has an unusual, semi-corkscrew twist to the scraper. Date to 80,000-50,000 BCE.
All Items : Traditional Collectibles : Geological : Prehistorical item #1396784 (stock #3194)
Jeremy's Rock Garden
$95.00
A group of five small Neanderthal multi-tool from Reculver cliffs, Kent, UK. All are flint, in excellent condition, legal finds from the 1970s. heights between 1 3/4" and 2 1/8". Beautiful, glossy sea patina. These smaller silver-to-black flint multi-tools have a nice, gemlike quality from being rolled around in the sea beneath the constantly eroded and collapsing cliffs at Reculver...
All Items : Traditional Collectibles : Geological : Prehistorical item #1396783 (stock #1914)
Jeremy's Rock Garden
$85.00
An irregular Neanderthal partial biface chopper with burin. Jasper, in excellent condition with a matte ground patina. Fontmaure, France, legal surface find. Height 3 1/4". While not specifically categorized in current typology, this form of irregular chopper or burin is seen repeatedly in the output of Neanderthal from Fontmaure. Generally they consists of a burin or borer point offset to either side of the distal end, with a scraper edge on one or both sides of the burin...
All Items : Traditional Collectibles : Geological : Prehistorical item #1395540 (stock #1905)
Jeremy's Rock Garden
$45.00
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 #1395539 (stock #4721)
Jeremy's Rock Garden
$65.00
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...
All Items : Traditional Collectibles : Geological : Prehistorical item #1395538 (stock #1229)
Jeremy's Rock Garden
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A group of three native American Paleolithic blades on flakes from the Suwanee River basin, northern Florida. Soft chert in excellent and intact condition, with a dry to matte ground patina. Lengths between 2 1/8" and 2 1/2". Legal finds, ex. Michael Cottingham collection. Date to approx. 8000-5000 BCE.
All Items : Traditional Collectibles : Geological : Prehistorical item #1395537 (stock #2177)
Jeremy's Rock Garden
$35.00
A pair of Paleolithic native American hammerstones from the Suwanee River Basin, northern Florida. Chert, in excellent and intact condition. Matte ground patina. Heights 1 3/4" and 2". Legal finds, ex. Michael Cottingham collection. Dating to approx. 8000-5000 BCE.
All Items : Traditional Collectibles : Geological : Prehistorical item #1395303 (stock #2070)
Jeremy's Rock Garden
$100.00
A group of four Native American paleolithic stone tools on flakes from the Suwanee River basin, northern Florida. Chert, in excellent condition, with varying river patinas. Ex. collection Michael Cottingham. Heights between 2" and 2 3/4". The larger white blade is a convergent scraper. The other three are fabulous examples of tool making- each with multiple scrapers, one with a notch, on beautifully executed, wafer thin flakes. Date to approx. 8000 BCE.
All Items : Traditional Collectibles : Geological : Prehistorical item #1395302 (stock #1248)
Jeremy's Rock Garden
$100.00
A group of four Native American Paleolithic blades on flakes. Legal finds, Suwanee River Basin, northern Florida. Ex. Michael Cottingham collection. Chert, in excellent condition with lovely, organic glossy river patinas. Lengths between 2 3/8" and 2 5/8". Date to approx. 8000 BCE.
All Items : Traditional Collectibles : Geological : Prehistorical item #1395247 (stock #4781)
Jeremy's Rock Garden
$65.00
A group of five Neolithic or Mesolithic blades from Germany. All are flint, in excellent condition with varying, glossy patinas. Lengths between 2 3/16" and 3 1/4". All legal surface finds from the Schleswig-Holstein state. Second from the right is from Kleiner Ploner See (Little Ploen Lake)- small island near the Koppelsberg Chapel. Small blade on the left is from the eastern peninsula of the Behler See (lake Behl). The remaining three blades are from the south shore of Lanker See (Lanker Lake)...
All Items : Traditional Collectibles : Geological : Prehistorical item #1395241 (stock #2058)
Jeremy's Rock Garden
A group of five Neolithic tools from the Ertebolle-Ellerbek or Kitchen Midden Culture, Mesolithic Denmark. Flint, all in excellent condition with fine, varied ground patinas. Lengths between 2 1/2" and 3 1/8". Auction purchase. This group includes three multi-tool blades with notches on flakes and two burins. Date to between 5300-3900 BCE.
All Items : Traditional Collectibles : Geological : Prehistorical item #1395239 (stock #1368)
Jeremy's Rock Garden
$150.00
Probably Homo Ergaster ("workman"). Sandstone, length 6 5/8". Excellent condition with a slightly purple streak at the proximal end. Missing one ancient chip. Slightly glossy desert patina. Dates to approx. 1.5 million BCE.
All Items : Traditional Collectibles : Geological : Prehistorical item #1395200 (stock #2035)
Jeremy's Rock Garden
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Probably Homo Habilis ("handyman"). Ignimbrite, 2 1/8". Mauritania, probably El Mrayer region. Excellent and intact condition, glossy desert patina. There is constant disagreement as to dates of Habilis, and if what we consider Habilis was in fact a single species. Dates to approx. 1.9 million BC.
All Items : Traditional Collectibles : Geological : Prehistorical item #1395199 (stock #2372)
Jeremy's Rock Garden
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Probably Homo Ergaster ("workman"). Jasper, El Mrayer, Mauritania, length 5 1/2". In excellent condition with some crystal growth. Nice semi-glossy to glossy desert patina, irregular to both sides, indicating that it was probably wedged in somewhere and was more windblown on one side. Approx. 1.4 million BCE.
All Items : Traditional Collectibles : Geological : Prehistorical item #1395197 (stock #1890)
Jeremy's Rock Garden
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Probably Homo Ergaster ("workman"). Jasper, length 5 1/8". From El-Mrayer, Eastern Mauritania. Matte desert patina. Looks to be a softer jasper. Excellent condition with a very minor chip at the distal end. Great ergonomics. Approx. 1.6 million BCE.
All Items : Traditional Collectibles : Geological : Prehistorical item #1395196 (stock #4461)
Jeremy's Rock Garden
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Probably Homo Ergaster ("workman"). Red jasper, length 4 3/4". Libyan Desert. Excellent condition with a couple of tiny, ancient, now well patinated chips missing. This piece has a remarkable differential in patina- one side is a slightly glossy desert patina, the other is so high gloss that it looks like molten glass. Indicative that the lithic was probably wedged in place for a substantial length of time and hence the faces were exposed to unequal amounts of sand polishing. Approx...
All Items : Traditional Collectibles : Geological : Prehistorical item #1395194 (stock #1978)
Jeremy's Rock Garden
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Acheulean biface axe, probably Homo Ergaster ("workman"). Jasper, length 6 1/4". Very rare and spectacular axe from the Julbiat Mountain region of Mauritania. Very glossy, almost glass-like desert patina. Excellent condition and intact. Approx. 1.5 million BCE.
All Items : Traditional Collectibles : Geological : Prehistorical item #1392120 (stock #6761)
Jeremy's Rock Garden
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A large hard-hammer percussion biface axe, probably Heidelberg Man. Interesting multi-toned flint from the Grand-Pressigny region. In excellent condition with a fine, glossy ground patina. Legal surface find. Height 5 3/8". Lovely and very clearly defined large axe. Obviously meant for a large hand. The ergonomic flaking allows for a strong grip on the tool in a number of positions...