Fosslised bivalve seashell in a piece of worked flint found in a sand blowout at Balephuil.
Collection of 36 flint lithics from a dune blow-out at Traigh nan Gilean, Kennavara (NL 94668 41595), including one larger marked piece (8 x 6.5 cm). Collected by John Wombell during a North of Scotland Archaeological Society (NOSAS) field trip in June 2017.
Collection of 21 small flint flakes from the east side of Ceann a’ Mhara (094085 740613). Collected by John Wombell during a North of Scotland Archaeological Society (NOSAS) field trip in June 2017.
Flint core from the east side of Ceann a’ Mhara (093815 740138). Collected by John Wombell during a North of Scotland Archaeological Society (NOSAS) field trip in June 2017.
Twelve assorted pottery sherds, an animal tooth, and a possible microlith, found at NL943410 in sand exposures high on the eastern flank of Beinn Ceann a Mhara.
Three small flint flakes found at NM 023483 on the patch from Balephetrish to the Ringing Stone: (1) near a small clearance cairn amidst broad rig cultivation – secondary flake 24 x 12 x 2mm, slight edge damage/wear on one side, possible adaptation by flake removal to make a burin, (2) in a sheep scrape in same general area but nearer the beach 28 x 13 x 10 mm, secondary flake, edge wear, also possible adaptation as a burin, (3) small flint chip – spall.
Wooden case (550 x 325 mm) containing approximately 200 small bronze objects and eight worked flints collected by George Holleyman from a sand-hill site at Balevullin during 1941-3.
Collection of items from an Iron Age or Medieval midden at Balevullin
Cardboard box of 17 artefact bags containing a collection of around 600 pieces of pottery sherds, flints, iron slag, bog iron and iron scrap from the remains of an Iron Age or Medieval midden situated in a blown-out dune on Balevullin machair, 100m north of the road cattlegrid between Kilmoluaig and Balevullin (Baca Charachan). Returned to donor from the Treasure Trove department at the National Museum in Edinburgh.
Collection of flints from Port Snoig, West Hynish, 2013
Large chert (flint) pebble, one smaller chert pebble and three worked chert fragments found by chance at Port Snoig, West Hynish (NL 96813 38707) on a steep eroding `cow path` up from a small sheltered beach of pebbles, at about 8m above MHWM. All are labelled and include: a knapped piece of core, a thumb scraper, a backed blade, and map and detailed notes by the finder.