These CAPSIAN TRADITION arrowheads 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 8,500 and 6,500 years ago. The projectile points selected to make up this weapon set were hand-selected based on their premium features and condition from thousands of inferior quality artifact specimens. They are exceptional and complete, made of flint and chert. They display rare, delicate and unbroken features such as needle-sharp tips and perfect, unbroken tangs. Very seldom, do arrowheads of this type, survive undamaged as these have.
Superb patina and wind sheen can be seen from long-term desert exposure. Each of these specimens are top grade collector examples far exceeding the bucketloads of common arrowheads often found and offered for sale.