These seven tools were collected many years ago on sites in southwestern France. They were collected from the sites of Laugerie Haute, Le Ruth and Fumel. They represent two different stone tool manufacturing techniques. Five were made from blades or flakes that were shaped by pressure flaking along the edges. The shouldered point and the black uniface point were additionally partially flaked on the surface of one side only. These five uniface tools were made with simple stone tool manufacturing techniques that were developed during the Aurignacian period. The two laurel-leaf points are products of biface manufacture with the use of percussion and pressure flaking. This technology became highly developed later in the Solutrean period when some of the thinnest bifaces ever made were being produced.