Neolithic/Bronze Age Age 'Leaf Shaped' Arrowheads for Sale

The middle and later Neolithic periods see the development of beautifully made, bifacial arrowheads. These are normally called 'leaf' arrowheads, from their often close resemblance to the leaves of the willow tree. They are found throughout the world with perhaps the very highest quality workmanship being seen in those produced in the area covered by present-day Denmark.

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Neolithic Sahara 'Leaf-Shaped' Arrowhead ATH02

Neolithic Sahara 'Leaf-Shaped' Arrowhead
Chert, 5.46 grams, 57.42 mm. 5,000 to 3,000 BC. A unifacial leaf-shaped arrowhead with pointed base in honey-brown chert. Reference: David Greenwell Flint Artifacts of North Africa, page 19 for this type. Very fine condition. Provenance: from an old collection.
£16.00

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Neolithic Sahara 'Leaf-Shaped' Arrowhead ATH02
Neolithic Sahara 'Leaf-Shaped' Arrowhead AH016

Neolithic 'Leaf-Shaped' Arrowhead
Quartzite, 3.55 grams, 33.75mm. 5,000 to 3,000 BC. A bifacial leaf-shaped arrowhead with rounded base and with slight notching to edges. In a brown quartzite. Reference: David Greenwell Flint Artifacts of North Africa, page 19 for this type. Very fine condition. Provenance: from an old collection.
£22.00

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Neolithic Sahara 'Leaf-Shaped' Arrowhead AH016


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