The Poor Sickle of Kerubo Shipman is a 3923 years old piece made by Kerubo Shipman, a farmer living in Booco.
Considering its age and the quality of the work, people consider it of some value.
It is engraved with african patterns and some symbols pertaining to Ancient Egyptian religion.
This piece doesn't exist, but as a legend. It is said that in the year -1727, Thutmose Shipman, the owner, made use of it in Naqa to empower the Shipman family. Now it is lost, or broken, we will never know.