Prehistoric, Neolithic Flint Tresided Grubeceramic arrow point, with retouched shaft.

Description
Prehistoric, Neolithic Flint Tresided Grubeceramic arrow point, with retouched shaft.
3000-2600 b.c. - Denmark

These arrows are leading tool for the GrubeCeramic culture, these people lived at the cost around Kattegat Sea 3000 b.c.
Always in high demand and rarely seen for sale.

This one is a subtype D arrow with neat retouch all 3 sides
These are not so large, this one is huge for the type measure 6 cm.
Nice yellowpatinated flint.

These arrows were used for sea animals like seals and small whales.

The lates D type was assimilated by the Singlegrave people, these are also found in the hilgraves together with battleaxes and other singlegrave items.

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Divestment from my very large private collection.
I have acquired this object legally during more than 50 years of collection.
Bought legally from old Danish collections or during public auctions.
As usual with these old collector items, the xact place of finding is lost in time.


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Lot details
Culture
Prehistoric, Neolithic
Material
Flint
Object
Tresided Grubeceramic arrow point, with retouched shaft.
Century/ Timeframe
3000-2600 b.c.
Origin
Denmark
Condition
Good Condition, See Photo
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