Neolithic and Bronze Age 
Stone Tools

 

824   NEOLITHIC PRISMATIC NUCLEUS
        
SOUTH-EASTERN
EUROPE
        
IV-III MILLENNIUM B.C.
Light grey flint with milky-blue patina. L. 1.7"(4.3 cm).
SOLD

 

 

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841   NEOLITHIC FLINT TOOL
        
SOUTH-EASTERN
EUROPE
        
III MILLENNIUM B.C.
Light grey flint of triangular shape with plano-convex cross-section, bilateral processing. Was used for cutting: one of the long sides has a typical polish as a result of working with grain-crops. L. 3.3"(8.4 cm).
SOLD

 

 

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820   NEOLITHIC AXE
        
SOUTH-
EASTERN EUROPE
        
III MILLENNIUM B.C.
Dense dark
grey stone of triangular shape with pointed down butt and biconvex cross-section, convex cutting edge, finely polished. L. 3.9" (9.9 cm).
$ 300

 

 

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821   NEOLITHIC ADZE
         SOUTH-
EASTERN EUROPE
        
III MILLENNIUM B.C.
Dense dark
grey-green stone (basalt?) of semi-triangular shape with biconvex cross-section, convex cutting edge, finely polished. L. 3.3" (8.4 cm).
SOLD

 

 

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822   NEOLITHIC ADZE
         SOUTH-
EASTERN EUROPE
        
III MILLENNIUM B.C.
Dense dark
grey-green stone of triangular shape with biconvex cross-section, convex cutting edge, finely polished. Cutting planes have different angles to longitudinal axis. L. 2.9" (7.4 cm).
SOLD

 

 

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823   NEOLITHIC ADZE
        
SOUTH-
EASTERN EUROPE
        
III MILLENNIUM B.C.
Dense dark
grey-green stone of trapezium shape with slightly concave sides, rectangular cross-section, convex cutting edge, finely polished. Cutting planes have different angles to longitudinal axis. Broken in ancient times. L. 2.9" (7.4 cm).
SOLD

 

 

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842   NEOLITHIC FLINT POINT
        
SOUTH-EASTERN
EUROPE
        
III MILLENNIUM B.C.
Light grey flint of triangular shape with lenticular cross-section, bilateral processing. Point for spear or javelin. L. 3.5"(8.9 cm).
SOLD

 

 

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844   NEOLITHIC FLINT SPEARHEAD
        
SOUTH-EASTERN
EUROPE
        
III MILLENNIUM B.C.
Light brown with grey flint of diamond shape with lenticular cross-section, bilateral processing. L. 2.6"(6.6 cm).
SOLD

 

 

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828   NEOLITHIC-EARLY BRONZE AGE 
         BONE HARPOON
         EASTERN EUROPE
         LAST
QUARTER OF III MILLENNIUM B.C.
Finely polished elongated body with oval cross section, hook at one end, other end notched. Intact. L. 4.3" (10.9 cm).
SOLD

 

 

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827   NEOLITHIC-EARLY BRONZE AGE 
         BONE HARPOON
         EASTERN EUROPE
         LAST
QUARTER OF III MILLENNIUM B.C.
Polished elongated body with oval cross section, double hook at one end. At hook end one side slightly convex, the other slightly concave. Intact. L. 6.9" (17.5 cm).
SOLD

 

 

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1315   NEOLITHIC / EARLY BRONZE AGE 
         
 FLINT SCRAPER
        
  SOUTH-EASTERN EUROPE
          
III-II MILLENNIUM B.C.
Made from flint flake, triangular prism in form with retouch along  perimeter.

L. 1.4" (3.5 cm), H. 0.3" (0.7 cm).
$ 75

 

 






 
1316   NEOLITHIC / EARLY BRONZE AGE 
         
 FLINT SCRAPER
        
  SOUTH-EASTERN EUROPE
          
III-II MILLENNIUM B.C.
Made from flint flake, rectangular in form with retouch along one side.

L. 1.8" (4.5 cm), H. 0.4" (1 cm).
$ 75

 

 





 

1317   NEOLITHIC / EARLY BRONZE AGE 
         
 FLINT SCRAPER
        
  SOUTH-EASTERN EUROPE
          
III-II MILLENNIUM B.C.
Made from flint flake, near-triangular in form with retouch along one side.

L. 1.6" (4.0 cm), H. 0.4" (1 cm).
$ 75

 

 







 
256   NEOLITHIC / EARLY BRONZE AGE 
        
FLINT TOOL
        
SOUTH-
EASTERN EUROPE
        
II MILLENNIUM B.C.
Light gray flint,
trapezium shape with rectangular cross-section. Blank for adze or axe. L. 6.5" (16.5 cm).
SOLD

 

 

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834   NEOLITHIC / EARLY BRONZE AGE   
         FLINT
TOOL
        
SOUTH-EASTERN
EUROPE
        
II MILLENNIUM B.C.
Dark gray flint,
trapezium shape with rectangular cross-section, slightly convex sides. Blank for adze or axe. L. 5.8" (14.8 cm).
SOLD

 

 

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258   NEOLITHIC-EARLY BRONZE AGE 
        
FLINT AXE
        
EASTERN EUROPE
        
II MILLENNIUM B.C.
Dark gray flint with white dotted inclusions, t
rapezium shape with rectangular cross-section, convex cutting edge, polished. L. 4.7" (12 cm).
$ 275

 

 

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835   NEOLITHIC-EARLY BRONZE AGE 
        
FLINT AXE
        
SOUTH-EASTERN EUROPE
        
II MILLENNIUM B.C.
Light gray flint,
trapezium shape with rectangular cross-section, slightly concave sides, convex cutting edge, finely polished blade. L. 6.9" (17.5 cm).
SOLD

 

 

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1307   NEOLITHIC / EARLY BRONZE AGE 
          
FLINT AXE
          
SOUTH-EASTERN EUROPE
        
  II MILLENNIUM B.C.
Light
grey flint of trapezium shape with slightly convex sides, rectangular cross-section, convex cutting edge, finely polished blade. 
L. 4.6" (11.6cm).
$ 350

 

 








 
819   NEOLITHIC / EARLY BRONZE AGE 
        
FLINT AXE
        
SOUTH-EASTERN EUROPE
        
II MILLENNIUM B.C.
Light
cream-grey flint of trapezium shape with slightly convex sides, rectangular cross-section, convex cutting edge, finely polished. L. 4" (10.2 cm).
SOLD

 

 

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1301 NEOLITHIC / EARLY BRONZE AGE 
        
FLINT AXE
        
SOUTH-EASTERN EUROPE
        
II MILLENNIUM B.C.
Light
grey flint of trapezium shape with slightly convex sides, rectangular cross-section, convex cutting edge, finely polished blade. 
L. 5.2" (13.3 cm).
$ 350

 

 

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836   NEOLITHIC-EARLY BRONZE AGE 
        
FLINT AXE
        
SOUTH-EASTERN EUROPE
        
II MILLENNIUM B.C.
Light gray-blue flint,
trapezium shape with rectangular cross-section, slightly concave sides, convex cutting edge, finely polished blade. L. 6.5" (16.5 cm).
SOLD

 

 

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257   NEOLITHIC-EARLY BRONZE AGE 
        
FLINT AXE
        
SOUTH-EASTERN EUROPE
        
II MILLENNIUM B.C.
Dark gray flint with white dotted inclusions. T
rapezium shape with rectangular cross-section, slightly concave sides, convex cutting edge, finely polished blade. . L. 6.6" (16.8 cm).
$ 350

 

 

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263   NEOLITHIC-EARLY BRONZE AGE
        
STONE AXE
         EUROPE
        
II MILLENNIUM B.C.
Gray granite.
Wedge-shaped with rectangular cross-section, convex cutting edge. Incomplete socket hole. L. 3.9" (9.9 cm), H. 1.8 (4.8 cm).
$ 300

 

 

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818   NEOLITHIC / EARLY BRONZE AGE
         STONE AXE
        
SOUTH-
EASTERN EUROPE
        
II MILLENNIUM B.C.
Gray-brown granite.
Irregular diamond-shaped with rounded corners, rectangular cross-section; butt is emphasized, horizontal cutting edge. Drilled from both ends, leaving horizontal parallel grooves. Ground finish. L. 4.5" (11.4 cm), H. 1.3 (3.3 cm).
$ 375

 

 

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426   NEOLITHIC-EARLY BRONZE AGE
         
CEREMONIAL AXE
        
EUROPE
         XXV-XVII c. B.C. 
Made of dense dark stone, structurally divided into blade with crescent-shaped cutting edge, wide middle part with vertical shaft-hole and a round butt. Top plane slightly concave, the bottom one is flat. Finely polished all over. Drilled from both ends, leaving horizontal parallel grooves, different diameters of top and bottom. Intact. L. 3.6" (9.1 cm), H. 1.8" (4.6 cm). 
Blade is smoothly rounded, excluding its use as functional cutting tool. Its been suggested it was either a parade weapon or insignia of power.
$ 1200

 

 

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839   NEOLITHIC-EARLY BRONZE AGE
         
BATTLE AXE
        
EUROPE
         XXI-XVII c. B.C. 

Made of gray and brown speckled stone, structurally divided into blade with straight cutting edge, wide middle part with vertical shaft-hole and a prominent round butt. Top plane slightly concave, the bottom one is flat. Polished all over. Drilled from both ends, leaving horizontal parallel grooves, different diameters of top and bottom. L. 5.3" (13.5 cm)
SOLD

 

 

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847   NEOLITHIC / EARLY BRONZE AGE
       
 BATTLE AXE
         EUROPE
         XXV-XV c. B.C. 
Black dense stone.
Wedge-shaped with rectangular cross-section, convex cutting edge; butt is emphasized, with oval face. Drilled from one end, conical opening. Finely polished all over. L. 3.4" (8.6 cm), H. 1.5" (3.8 cm).
$ 450

 

 

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261   NEOLITHIC / EARLY BRONZE AGE 
        
BATTLE AXE
        
EUROPE
         XXV-XVII c. B.C. 
Made of dense dark stone, structurally divided into blade with hook shaped cutting edge, wide middle part with vertical shaft-hole and a round butt. Top plane slightly concave, the bottom one is flat. Finely polished all over. Drilled from one end, leaving horizontal parallel grooves, different diameters of top and bottom. Intact. L. 5" (12.7 cm). 
SOLD

 

 

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260   NEOLITHIC-EARLY BRONZE AGE
        
STONE MACE HEAD
        
SOUTH-EASTERN
EUROPE
         XXI-XVII c. B.C.
Compressed sphere of dense, black stone and finely polished. Drilled from one end, large conical opening. D. 2.3" (5.8 cm), H. 1.8" (4.6 cm).
SOLD

 

 

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840   NEOLITHIC-EARLY BRONZE AGE
        
FLINT SICKLE
        
SOUTH-EASTERN
EUROPE
        
XXI-XV c. B.C.
Light gray flint. Cutting portion of sickle has typical polish as a result of working
with grain-crops.
Milky-blue patina. L. 5.6" (14.2 cm).
SOLD

 

 

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259   NEOLITHIC-EARLY BRONZE AGE
        
FLINT SICKLE
        
SOUTH-EASTERN
EUROPE
        
XXI-XV c. B.C.
Light gray flint. Cutting portion of sickle has typical polish as a result of working
with grain-crops
. L. 5.6" (14.2 cm).
SOLD

 

 

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837   NEOLITHIC - EARLY BRONZE AGE 
         FLINT
ADZE
        
SOUTH-EASTERN EUROPE
        
II MILLENNIUM B.C.
G
rey flint of triangular shape with biconvex cross-section, convex cutting edge, finely polished blade. Cutting planes have different angles to longitudinal axis. L. 5.4" (13.7 cm).
SOLD

 

 

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838   NEOLITHIC-EARLY BRONZE AGE 
        
FLINT ADZE
        
SOUTH-EASTERN EUROPE
        
II MILLENNIUM B.C.
Light gray flint,
trapezium shape with rectangular cross-section, slightly convex sides and cutting edge, finely polished. L. 5.1" (13 cm).
SOLD

 

 

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845   NEOLITHIC / EARLY BRONZE AGE 
        
FLINT ADZE
        
SOUTH-EASTERN EUROPE
        
II MILLENNIUM B.C.
Light
grey flint of diamond shape for each of the four planes, square cross section,  straight cutting edge, working surface is finely polished. L. 3.4" (8.6 cm).
SOLD

 

 

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846   NEOLITHIC / EARLY BRONZE AGE 
        
FLINT ADZE
        
SOUTH-EASTERN EUROPE
        
II MILLENNIUM B.C.
Light
grey flint with rectangular top and bottom, biconvex sides, square cross section straight cutting edge, working surface is finely polished. L. 3. 4" (8.6 cm).
$ 175

 

 

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825   NEOLITHIC-EARLY BRONZE AGE 
        
STONE HOE
        
SOUTH-EASTERN EUROPE
        
II MILLENNIUM B.C.
Massive
gray grained stone. Each plane is a convex triangle with round corners and sides. Both cutting edges perpendicular to each other. Drilled from one end, large conical openings. Ground rough finish. L. 5" (12.7 cm), W. 3.2 (8.1 cm), H. 3.2 (8.1 cm).
$ 275

 

 

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826   EARLY BRONZE AGE 
        
STONE PLANER
         EASTERN EUROPE

        
II MILLENNIUM B.C.
Made of dense dark stone, oval in cross-section, with grooves and facets for convenient grasping, flat polished base-plane. This planer was used for surfacing and flattening leather. L. 2" (5.1 cm), W. 1.6 (4.1 cm), H. 1.8 (4.6 cm).
$ 375

 

 

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265   NEOLITHIC-EARLY BRONZE AGE 
        
GRINDING STONE
        
SOUTH-
EASTERN EUROPE
         XXI-XVII c. B.C.
Light gray, cubically shaped grinding stone. H. 1.7" (4.3 cm).

$ 150

 

 

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262   NEOLITHIC / EARLY BRONZE AGE 
         GRINDING STONE
        
EUROPE
         XXI-XVII c. B.C.
Dark stone in the shape of a truncated cone. D. 3" (7.6), H. 1.6" (4.1 cm). 

SOLD

 

 

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264   NEOLITHIC / EARLY BRONZE AGE 
         GRINDING STONE
        
EUROPE
         XXI-XVII c. B.C.
Light gray, disc-shape grinding stone with removed segments for finger grip. D. 3" (7.6), H. 1.2" (3 cm).

$ 250

 

 

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269   TWO NEOLITHIC-EARLY BRONZE AGE 
         BONE PINS
         EASTERN EUROPE
        
II MILLENNIUM B.C.
Both with double hammer form heads and drilled central holes. To L. 5.6"(14.2 cm).
 
Traditionally the scholars believe that these pins were used as sacral items associated with cult of the bull and solar representation.  
SOLD

 

 

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