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Antiquities - BC to Roman

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

Cat

(£)

 

c. 10,000-6,000 BC: Mesolithic Chert Hand Axe; well defined blade: 98mm: found Upton, Cambridgeshire

A3795

Sold

c.3000 BCE: Neolithic grey Stone Axe head; broken in antiquity: 65mm x 42mm: Southern Spain

A3773

30.00

1st Century BC Iron Age Bronze Dragonesque Brooch: small plain type with traces of gilt; remains of iron pin loop: 32mm

A3781

35.00

1st Century AD: Roman bronze Pennanular Brooch with ball-shape terminals: 32mm: complete with pin; Essex

A3770

32.00

1st Century AD: Romano-Celtic bronze Stud in the form of a Lion´s Head; some detail worn: 20mm; Cambs

A3717

12.00

2nd Century A.D: Bronze Zoomorphic Brooch with abstract design looking like an axehead: some silvering: complete with pin and catchplate; 27mm x 24mm: Attractive: European:

A3707

65.00

2nd Century AD: small plain Silvered Plate Brooch complete with pin: 28mm

A3765

25.00

2nd/3rd Century AD: Bronze/Enamel Equal-ended brooch with raised central knop: 31mm: Essex

A3769

20.00

3rd/4th Century AD; cu-alloy ´Hare & Hound´ folding knife handle modelled in the round; small fracture at ´hounds´ rear tail;  iron blade missing as usual, o/w intact and good condition; 62mm x 12mm; From Norfolk

A3706

65.00

3rd/4th Century AD; cu-alloy pin head in the form of a bird (Dove) with wings folded back: 23mm; Lincs

A3702

18.95

4th 5th Century AD; cu-alloy Pennanular Brooch – turned-back ´pinched´ terminals: 30mm dia: complete with pin: Cambs

A3726

40.00

4th/5th Century AD; small Bronze Bell of plain bee-hive form; iron clapper missing; 24mm height: Found Cambs Villa Site

A3775

24.00

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