EUROPEAN NEOLITHIC ART

Rare Relics From The Childhood of Mankind



EARLIEST STONE TOOLS IN BRITAIN

8108. PALEOLITHIC ENGLAND,TWYDALL, c. 300,000 years BP. Flaked brown-oraage banded Twydall chert tool with Twydall find number 1518 in India ink. 4.25 x 3.25 inches. These stone tools from Twydall are considered to be the earliest evidence of human tool making in Britain. Rare and of great historical importance. One of the largest examples known and thus especially rare.

$1200.