Middle Palaeolithic Stone Blades

Culture: Mesopotamia
Period: ca. 125,000 B.C.
Material: Flintstone
Dimensions: 2.6 cm to 9 cm long
Price: 800 Euro
Ref: 6278
Provenance: Private collection Achim Klett, Bavaria, Germany acquired 1975. Since then in a family estate. Accompanied by an old collection photograph and a handwritten provenance confirmation.
Condition: Blades of beautiful quality.
Description: A collection of ten finely worked out flintstone blades dating to the Middle Palaeolithic. One of the blades with saw teeth on the outside, the others with sharply cut sides, some with spikes. The largest blade with the inscription Kisch, indicating as the archaeological site Kiš in Mesopotamia.