A superb example of a Paleo Multipurpose Uniface Knife found in LaRue County Kentucky. In excellent condition with no modern damage. Made on a sturdy large flake with fine secondary flaking and ingenious design with two burin snapped platforms for varying grips and ergonomic handling. Features a knife / side scraper edge, a large spokeshave / shaft scraper and a smaller serrated blade edge. Made of high quality Sonora Flint with cortex / rind and an interesting quartz cluster with purple color. Personally, these types are among my favorite, they give more insight and understanding of our prehistoric past. Still a viable survival tool some + - 10,000 years later. Measures 4 5/16" x 1 9/16".
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