D. C. WALDORF'S GUIDE TO THE FLINT AXES OF SOUTHERN SCANDINAVIA AND NORTH GERMANY Though the text is complete enough that it can stand on its own, this small book was basically designed to serve as a companion to the DVD, Making Danish Square-Sectioned Axes With D.C. Waldorf. Much of the material here-in has been distilled from the Waldorf’s un-published Danish files and should help to clarify the picture of the flint technology of Southern Scandinavia before the Dagger Period. It is roughly divided into two parts: a simplified overall view of the prehistory and artifacts before the Late Neolithic, and a detailed description of square-sectioned axes and how they were made. Comb bound, 64 pages, with many never-before-published drawings by the late Val Waldorf. If you have D.C.’s guide to daggers, you’ll definitely want to add this one to your collection. Price, $15

This book is a "print-on-demand" publication made in the USA and is available nowhere else! All copies are signed and dated by D.C. Waldorf!

A free copy of CHIPS Vol. 21, no. 4 comes with this book!

Also, see the companion DVD on the DVD page, and the Danish Combo on the Specials page.


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This product was added to our catalog on Sunday 06 October, 2013.

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