A very fine example of an early Multipurpose Tool found in Meade County Kentucky. In excellent condition, thin and very well made, every edge of this piece is worked. Features a square knife, a steeply beveled side scraper / spokeshave and the pointed end was used as a graver / burin. Exhibits fine workmanship and ingenuity. An all in one survival tool. An ergonomic raised area with cortex was left for a finger platform. Made of quality Hornstone with ancient patina and mineralization. Measures 2.25" in length.
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