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This is a rough flint axe, bifacially worked and rectangular in shape, it may have been broken and then resharpened. It shows some signs of use polish. It was made in the Neolithic and was found at Alfriston, East Sussex.
This is a flint pebble, which may have been used as a hammerstone. It is chipped and crazed on its surface possibly caused during use forming other flint tools. It is Prehistoric in age but there is no information as to where it was found.
This is a flint plunging blade, concave in shape and triangular in section, it has been chipped along both edges which may be due to plough damage. It was made in the Neolithic but there is no information as to where it was found.
1920 Memorial card to Elizabeth Louise Golds, passed away 3 May 1920 aged 36. Front bears image of flowers and silver stars.
Neolithic This is a Neolithic flint fabricator, which is a retouched flint tool. Fabricators may have been used for lighting fires by striking it against another flint.
This is a flint flake which has been retouched to its end and edges and which may be an unfinished projectile head. It was made in the Neolithic and was found at Withdean, Brighton & Hove.
This is a flint flake. It has a hinge break at one end and a notch removed from one edge which may be the result of plough damage. It dates from the Neolithic and was found at Selham, West Sussex.
This is a flint flake which has been roughly reworked and may have been used as a flaking tool. It was made in the Neolithic or Bronze Age and was found near Devil's Dyke Railway Station, Brighton & Hove.
This ia a flint axe, bifacially worked and may be a roughout for a polished axe. It was made in the Neolithic and was found at Cissbury, West Sussex.
This is a watercolour painting depicting a column encircled by dragons. It was created by Frederick Crace and may have been a design for a carpet.