GB & Other Celtic Coins  Roman Republican & Imperial Silver Coins  Roman Bronze Coin up to 300 A.D.  Later Roman Bronze Coin from 301 A.D. Hammered Coins 7th-17th Century 
 GB Pre-Decimal Coins GB Decimal Coins  World Coins, Medallions & Other Coinage Trade Tokens 17th-19th Cent Great Britain & Island Banknotes
Prehistoric to Roman Antiquities Saxon to Tudor Antiquities Antiquities 17th Century to Present Day Cap Badges & Other Militaria World Banknotes 
 Cigarette & Trade Cards Home Page Contact Us About Us
 Order Details

Antiquities - BC to Roman

DESCRIPTION (For RB brooches, H = Hattatt's brooch no. or similar)




Ancient Egypt, Late Period, c. 664 - 30 BC. Nice large grey terracotta Ushabti, depicted mummiform, wearing tripartite headdress, arms crossed over chest, hands holding implements. hieroglyphs (L: 13.4 cm) intact, no repairs: Ex old English collection



c. 1200-1000 BC: Luristan Bronze Age ´Rectangular Ribbed´ tanged arrowhead: type V, sub: C: large slender triangular arrowhead with straight shoulders & raised midrib: 135mm: Ex old English Collection



c.1200-800 BC: Luristan Bronze Age ´long tanged´ arrowhead/ javelin point: large triangular arrowhead with straight shoulders & raised midrib: 138mm: Ex old English Collection



Iron age 1st Century BC: cu-alloy ´Melon´ bead with incised decoration around each edge: 11mm dia. Oxon



Iron Age: 2nd century BC-1st century AD. A bronze bridle fitting comprising a rectangular-section body with transverse slot and two round-section arms developing to lobe finials: plain type; 39mm; scarcer type



Neolithic 2500BC-2000BC: polished grey flint Axe-head from la Plage (Marseille) France: find spot in black ink: 79mm x 40mm



1st Century AD: Bronze & enamel circular mount with back to back lunate decoration: 23mm dia. Essex



1st Century AD: Group of 4 Roman iron nails from the legionary fortress at Inchtuthil, Perthshire, Scotland, A.D. 83-87; longest 160mm, shortest 49mm: all have been professionally conserved



1st - 3rd Century AD: cu-alloy Medical/Cosmetic Spoon: square section with linear decoration towards bowl end: 120mm length A3622 35.00

2nd Century AD: circular bronze box mount depicting a  lion´s head; 16mm diameter; Essex



2nd Century AD: Plate Brooch in the form of a Fish: pin missing & rather worn; 30mm: Lincs



2nd/3rd Century AD: cu-alloy pottery lamp suspension hanger with a floral petal design & ‘bird-lip’ decoration on the suspension arm; no remains of rear fixing; intact but has a small fracture near top of arm; 40mm diam; 60mm height; European A3456 30.00
3rd/4th Century AD: Large & heavy bronze crossbow brooch with three onion-shaped knops to the headplate and linear decoration to sides & footplate: A nice large piece: complete with pin:  77 mm long. - attractive patina A3568 68.00

Ordering details:

Please email us first to ensure we still have the item(s) still in stock.

Payment can be with UK Sterling cheque payable to ´D.G. Shelley´ or with credit card via Paypal. After confirmation of available stocks, we will send you a Paypal invoice.

Postage will be Recorded at £2.95 or Special Delivery at £7.45 dependent on value. We will post coins or banknotes worldwide but please enquire about postage costs first.

Orders are posted as soon as possible, hopefully within 24 hours of payment.

Please post any cheque orders to: D.G. Shelley, P.O. Box 3568, Buckingham, Bucks., MK18 4ZS