Tuesday, 2 June 2020

Bottom Falling out of UK Portable Pseudo-Antiquities Market After Lockdown reading?


Perhaps UK collectors used their lockdown to follow the advice "read the book before you buy the antiquities" and can recognise this seller for what he is (emilbal-y0jmlc4z (379). Clacton on Sea, Sophie Flynn county, UK): 

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Sent: Mon, 1 Jun 2020 21:23 "Price reduced by £10.00"


Upper Paleolithic/ Mesolithic Pottery Mammoth/ doggerland
Here is a Upper Paleolithic/ Mesolithic Portable Pottery Mammoth. This example has good form and shares similar repetition from finds within the same dredged aggregrate from the northseabed/ doggerland. Doggerland was once a vast plain larger than the uk and was home to early human species and mesolithic hunter gatherers at this time britain was connected to mainland europe via a landbridge sadly doggerland was slowly submerged due to climate change at the end of the last glacial period.  

1 comment:

Hougenai said...

When short of a laugh, this is one of the ebay traders who is 'the gift that keeps on giving'.
The biggest is that she gets 100% positive feedback, which proves one thing beyond any doubt, 'fools and their money.....'

ps I have just used 'tell us what you think' to suggest I would prefer my searches to omit forged and other items, which are clearly not as claimed, from future searches. I am not holding my breath.

 
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