Danish Neolithic Stone Tools
Northern Europe. 6000 - 3500 BC
First a a small gray flint adze blade of typical trapezoidal shape, only smaller than usual. Next, a classic form hand axe in tan-gray flint. Bifacially knapped with triangular blade. Finally, a round to ovoid shaped axe or fleshing tool. Several ancient chips, modern flake off blade.
Provenance:Private NYC collection, aquired 1970s-1980s, at PB84, NYC.