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Antiquities 1 - Ancient Ammonite Cephalopod Fossil. 150 million years ago! Photo speaks for itself. 28g.

Antiquities 2 -  Lot of four Neolithic I Millennium BC Axes stone heads. 2x4cm 2x3cm. Combine weight 48g.

Antiquities 3 - Egyptian VII-VI Cent BC Miniature silver eagle. Finely decorated troughout. 2cm 4g. 

Antiquities 4 - Egypt V Cent BC Bracelet. Made of river pearls 6g.

Antiquities 5 - Egypt VII-V Cent BC late to Ptolemaic period Mask. 15x12cm 44g.

Antiquities 6 - Ancient Persia X-VIII Cent BC Bronze hair pin. Fabulous combination of white, blue, brown and green patina. 23cm 70g. 

Antiquities 7 - Greek VII Cent BC Earring. Nicely engraved and decorated with tiny balls, two in one earring and one in the other. D. 4cm 24g.

Antiquities 8 - Greek IV-III Cent BC Silver earring. Three little rings pendant alike with two (incomplete) decorative pieces. Combine weight 10g.

Antiquities 9 - Greek V-IV Cent BC Bronze incomplete handle part with theatrical mask. Green patina  4.7cm 23g.

Antiquities 10 -  South Italy Greek IV-III Cent BC Bronze male head. Nice detailed hair and beard  with finely modelled facial features. 3.2cm...

Antiquities 11 -  Greek IV-III Cent BC Leaf fibula. Nicely detailed and nice green patina. 8cm 6g.

Antiquities 12 - Oriental Greek II-I BC Bronze buckle. Two horses comforting each either. 8cm 40g.

Antiquities 13 - Oriental Greek V-III Cent BC Stone seal. Engraved stag. 2g.

Antiquities 14 - Oriental Greek V-III Cent BC Stone seal. Pyramid shape engraved goat stamp seal. 7g.

Antiquities 15 - Oriental Greek V-VII Cent BC Stone tessera. Engraved flower on each side. 2.4g.

Antiquities 16 -  Oriental Greek V-VII Cent BC Stone stamp seal. 7g.

Antiquities 17 - Oriental Greek V-VII Cent BC Stone tessera. Engraved flower on each side. 1.2g.

Antiquities 18 - Oriental Greek V-VII Cent BC Stone tessera. Engraved flower on each side. 1.1g.

Antiquities 19 - Oriental Greek V-VII Cent AD Stone seal. Engraved what seems to be a very strange figure “Alian” (?) scorpion and a sun, moon...

Antiquities 20 - Oriental Greek V-VII Cent AD Stone seal. Engraved stag standing right, eagle flying on top and standard with two crescents....

Antiquities 21 - Oriental Greek V-VII Cent AD Stone seal. Engraved what seems to be a marital union, man and wife to be getting together after...

Antiquities 22 -  Oriental Greek V-VII Cent AD Stone seal. Engraved pastor trying to calm one of his rebel goats by grabbing her horns....

Antiquities 23 - Oriental Greek V-VII Cent AD Stone seal. Engraved pastor with a rebel goat, two goats feeding freely and the rebel goat being...

Antiquities 24 - Oriental Greek V-VII Cent AD Stone seal. Engraved 4g.

Antiquities 25 - Oriental Greek V-VII Cent AD Stone seal. On one side an engraved star. On the other side an engraved head looking to the left....

Antiquities 26 -  Oriental Greek V-VII Cent AD Stone seal. On one side what seems to be a sun and in the other four little suns separated by a...

Antiquities 27 - Hymiarite Middle East 110 BC-525 AD  Bronze bust. Pronounced nose, intense green patina throughout. 4.5cm 15g.

Antiquities 28 - Sasanian II-VI Cent AD Cylinder seal. Engraved soldier and bull 4cm 6.5g.

Antiquities 29 - Sasanian II-VI Cent AD Intaglio. Engraved male with head band and a long beard. 1.5g.

Antiquities 30 - Holy Land II-III Cent AD (Roman period) Terracotta portable liquid container or flask. Nice size, big entrance hole with two...

Antiquities 31 - Roman I Cent BC-I Cent AD Bronze fibula. Green patina. 8cm 40g.

Antiquities 32 - Roman I-II Cent AD Bronze lead head. Soldier with protected helmet (?). Finely model facial features. 4cm 50g.

Antiquities 33 -  Roman II-III Cent AD engraved crystal rock seals. Combine weight 10g. 

Antiquities 34 - Roman I Cent AD Bronze Priapus figure. Famous for his permanent erection. Finely modelled facial features. 6cm 26g. 

Antiquities 35 -  Roman I-III Cent AD Bronze ring with engraved figure. D 2cm 2.5g.  

Antiquities 36 - Roman II-III Cent AD Bronze ring with hippocamp. D 2cm 5g. 

Antiquities 37 -  Roman II-III Cent AD Bronze pen and eraser.Used in terracotta boards.  6Cm 4g.

Antiquities 38 - Roman II-III Cent AD Bronze ring with engraved peacot. D 2cm 1g. 

Antiquities 39 - Roman III Cent AD Bronze amulet pendant. Violin shape with extended little rings at the base. 4cm 20g.

Antiquities 40 -  Roman II Cent AD Terracotta female head. Finely modelled ficial features with pronounced nose. 5cm 43g.

Antiquities 41 - Roman II Cent AD Terracotta female head. 5cm 47g.

Antiquities 42 - Roman II Cent AD Finely detailed face with pronounced whiskers and an open mouth with two fangs.

Antiquities 43 -  Roman II-III Cent AD Bronze tweezers. Medical instrument. 4cm  1.2g. 

Antiquities 44 -  Roman II-III Cent AD Bronze weight. Lead base, attached phallic weight (305 gr).

Antiquities 45 - Roman III Cent AD Terracotta tessera. Engraved theater ticket. 1.7g.

Antiquities 46 - Roman III Cent AD Terracotta tessera. Engraved bust looking to the left.  2.2g.

Antiquities 47 - Roman III Cent AD Terracotta tessera. Engraved incomplete warrior standing left  with sheild and spear. 1g.

Antiquities 48 - Roman III Cent AD Terracotta tessera. Engraved crowned head looking to the right. 1.6g.

Antiquities 49 - Roman III Cent AD Terracotta tessera. Engraved female head looking to the  right. 1.6g.

Antiquities 50 - Roman III Cent AD Terracotta tessera. Engraved male bust looking to the right. 1.7g.