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Sundial, lectern Sundial, lectern

Lectern sundial of grey sandstone with thirteen dials on five faces, and 1781, perhaps added later, showing the time at Jerusalem, Peking and elsewhere, from Cantray, Croy, 17th century

Flaked stone bar Flaked stone bar

Oblong flaked stone bar of sandstone, from Walls, Shetland

Axe-hammer Axe-hammer

Axe-hammer of dark grey sandstone from Mye Loch, Stoneykirk, Wigtownshire

Axe-hammer Axe-hammer

Wedge-shaped axe-hammer of sandstone, from Silvermine, Torphichen, West Lothian

Axe-hammer Axe-hammer

Axe-hammer of sandstone from Craigton, Abercorn, West Lothian

Axe-hammer Axe-hammer

Wedge-shaped axe-hammer of sandstone, from Galloway

Axe-hammer Axe-hammer

Wedge-shaped axe-hammer of sandstone, from Deebank, Kirkcudbrightshire

Axe-hammer Axe-hammer

Perforated sandstone axe hammer, from Carlingwark Loch, Kirkcudbrightshire

Axe-hammer Axe-hammer

Wedge-shaped axe hammer of sandstone, from Lochmaben, Dumfriesshire

Axe-hammer Axe-hammer

Perforated sandstone axe hammer, from Kirk of Dunscore, Dumfriesshire

Axe-hammer Axe-hammer

Axe-hammer of sandstone from North Milton, Glenluce, Wigtownshire

Axe-hammer Axe-hammer

Perforated sandstone axe hammer, from Leith, Midlothian

Shafthole adze Shafthole adze

Double bladed tool of stone, probably a shafthole adze or hoe, flat on one side and converse on the other with a piercing in the centre, from Ormiston, Abdie, Fife, 3800 BC - 500 AD

Axe-hammer Axe-hammer

Wedge-shaped axe-hammer of greenish sandstone, from Kelton, Kirkcudbrightshire

Unclassifed perforated implement Unclassifed perforated implement

Unclassifed battle axe-like perforated implement of sandstone from Kirkowan, Wigtownshire

Whetstone Whetstone

Whetstone of sandstone from the River Avon, West Lothian

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