Europe: Prehistoric
Chisels, Hoes and Picks
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EUROPE:

Nr.1.1527, all overly polished Chisel blade made of pale grey Silex. At the Base some cortex. Largest breadth and thickness approx. in the middle.

Grade:

best Grade, G10

Culture Period:

Late Neolithicum

Measurements (LxBxT):

230x28,8x21,5 mm

Weight: 242 g

€ 1.950.-
2
EUROPE:

Nr.2.1781, unpolished chisel blade made of grey Silex.

Grade:

G7

Culture Period:

Neolithicum

Measurements (LxBxT):

122x24,5x23,4 mm

Weight: 97 g

sold, similar available
3
EUROPA:

Nr.3.581, polished chisel blade made of Silex, bright reddish brownly patinated. Strongly damaged cutting blade. Chisel was used as fire striking stone. Artifact is a complete tool.

Grade:

G5*

Culture Period:

Neolithicum

Measurements (LxBxT):

120x21,5x19 mm

Weight: 98,2 g

€ 180.-
4
EUROPA:

Nr.4.1780, all overly polished chisel tip, prehistorically broken.

Chisel fragments of this manner were often used further, last usage was as fire striking stone. Artifact is a complete tool.

Grade:

G5*

Culture Period:

Neolithicum

Measurements (LxBxT):

79x21x18 mm

Weight: 51,7 g

€ 98.-
5
EUROPA:

Nr.5.1779, polished chisel blade made of grey Silex (Danienflint).

Grade:

G5*

Culture Period:

Neolithicum

Measurements (LxBxT):

147x31x21 mm

Weight: 150 g

*Blade damaged by field tools.

€ 199.-
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