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Neandertal exhibit page 10. Locally obtainable natural materials, mainly wood, flint and obsidian, were used to construct implements for tasks such as hunting, mining and even tool-making. View larger image. View larger image. Airmail Issue with Printing Date. National Postage Meter Company, No. 6131, Domestic single weight airmail rate 6. Entwicklung von Altsteinzeit bis zur neuzeit, Deutsches Werkzeug Museum. (Development from the Old Stoneage to the Present, German Tool Museum) View larger image. 'Flint' precancel paying postage for business reply card bundle. Flint hand ax. Machine slogan cancel 'Tool development, from the early stone age to present'. Flint was used as a cutting tool as it can be developed into an extremely sharp edge. Stone Tools and Implements. View larger image. Primitive man discovers nature's glass. View larger image. View larger image. View larger image.