Seller: kaleesgma (4,365) 100%, Location: La Junta, Colorado, Ships to: Worldwide, Item: 371763762324 Condition: Ancient damage to a couple, overall very good condition with deep, rich patina., Material: Stone, Origin: North Africa, Region: Sahara Desert, Age: Prehistoric, Specific Item: Stone Tools, Details: (4) VERY NICE MESOLITHIC MOROCCO BLADES, TOOLS. These prehistoric artifacts are over 2" in length. There is ancient damage to a couple of them, but overall they are in very good condition with a deep, rich patina. These were found in the Sahara Desert of North Africa and are the uniface form of the Mesolithic Era (Middle Stone Age) which dates back 6,000 to 8,000 years or more. To put their age into perspective, these were ancient artifacts before the pyramids were built. Remember, there is free shipping in the United States. (I always offer 1-day shipping, and often ship the same day payment is received. I figure once you've paid for it, you own it, and might as well have it as soon as possible.) As with all of my artifacts, they are guaranteed authentic for life! MONEY-BACK GUARANTEE: If you are not satisfied with this item for any reason, return it undamaged within 60 days for a full refund, less return shipping. Member in good standing with the AACA. FREE SHIPPING in the U.S. Shipping to Canada is $8.50. United Kingdom & Australia will be $12.75. Please contact me for combined shipping rates if you are bidding internationally. If you enjoy a nice selection of unique collectibles, please check out my other items!COLORADO RESIDENTS will be charged 6.9% sales tax. The field of Sahara Neolithic Artifacts was expanded by the advent of GPS technology for meteorite hunters in the Sahara Desert. Thousands of years ago, North Africa was a temperate environment similar to our own Great Plains. Countless generations of Stone-Age Man lived, hunted, fought and died there, leaving behind their weapons and tools. Today, North Africa consists largely of the Sahara Desert, an inhospitable area almost the size of the United States. Constantly shifting sands and the ability to now safely travel off of established trade routes have expanded this fascinating field of study by making these artifacts available to scholars and collectors around the world. INTERNATIONAL BUYERS PLEASE NOTE: Import duties and taxes are not included in the item price or shipping charges. These costs are the buyer's responsibility. If you are concerned about them, please check with your country's customs office prior to bidding. Also, I do not state merchandise values below sales price or mark items as "gifts." Thanks for your understanding.