These CAPSIAN NEOLITHIC ground smooth celt stone axes were found on an exposed African Neolithic site in the Sahara Desert in Northwest Africa. Each was masterfully fashioned by African Neolithic humans (Homo sapiens sapiens) between 10,000 and 4,700 years ago. The axes are of reduced designs and vary in their different types. Some are thin and some are thicker in their profiles. All three have actual prehistoric use wear and all axes have a silky smooth polish. These axes could have been used for utilitarian purposes, or as the larger as a war axe when lashed to a long shaft handle used to swing extremely fast.
Each specimen shows excellent workmanship. Heavy surface patina and intact mineral deposits deep in micro-crevices, are evidence of their extreme age and authenticity.