A very fine example of a Paleo Uniface Knife / Tool found in Central Kentucky. In fine condition, well made with a steeply beveled edges with end scaper. An interesting form on this early multipurpose tool with a notched end for hafting, perhaps shaft scrapers. Classic Paleo snapped bulb of percussion. Great early tool form. Made of what looks like a fine grained fossilized chert, possibly Harrodsburg with ancient patina and mineralization. Measures 2 15/16" in length.
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