Bronze age Beaker flint dagger blade


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This flint blade design is a date marker in Britain for the arrival of the Bronze Age culture. It is a common misconception that the term ‘dagger’ suggests warfare! However the leaf shaped blade design is actually perfect as a hunter’s knife, as it has fine serrations along both edges and a finely flaked tip which make it ideal for skinning and processing animals.

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Weight 1000 g


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