Danish Neolithic chisel found in Northern Germany. Brown flint with rectangular top and bottom, biconvex sides, square cross section straight cutting edge, working surface is finely polished.Price: € 150,--Size: 10,3 x 1,6 cm Period: c.3400 BC to 2400 BC. Material: Stone Provenance: German collection T.W.
Two stone tools from Danish Neolithic single-grave culture. One small thick-necked ax and a sickle.Price: € 300,--Period: 2800-2400 B.C. Material: Stone Origin: North Germany Provenance: German private collection T.W.
Lower Paleolithic Acheulean quartzite Hand Axe, was made and used by early humans of the primitive species Homo erectus (ergaster). It was surface-collected from an exposed Lower Paleolithic Acheulian site in the Sahara Desert of North Africa. Price: € 550,--Size: 18,5 x 13,5 cm Period: Acheulean 1.2 million - 500,000 years Provenance: U.S.A....
Extremely rare Danish flint serrated spearhead. Lancet shaped spearhead made of greyish flint with straight base. Price: € 350,--Size: 13,3 x 3,5 cm Period: Late Neolithic period Material: flint Provenance: Dutch private collection, sold at local auction.
Bronze decorated Viking axe. Small in size, so it could be thrown to the enemy. Decorated with the symbol of chaos.Price: SOLDSize: 10,5 cm Period: 9th - 10th Century Material: Bronze Provenance: Dutch collection, acquired Auction Dutch auction house.
Neolithic European stone Idol. Hands aside, with V-shaped vulva and a steatopygous form. Carved from mat white- grey marble.Price on requestSize: 12 x 7 cm Material: Marble Origin: Eastern Europe Period: c. 5000 - 3000 B.C. Provenance: European collection R,W, 1960 's - 2000's