TimeLine Auctions Antiquities Sale - Day 6 2020-03-01 Auction - 548 Price Results - TimeLine Auctions Ltd. in Essex
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TimeLine Auctions Antiquities Sale - Day 6

Auction Venue (Day 2-7): TimeLine Auctions 363 Main Road Harwich, Essex CO12 4DN Day 2 26th February 2020 - 10:00 GMT Lots: 700-1250 Day 3 27th February 2020 - 10:00 GMT Lots: 1251-1780 Day 4 28th February 2020 - 10:00 GMT Lots: 1781-2320 Day 5 29th February 2020 - 10:00 GMT Lots: 2321-2860 Day 6 1st March 2020 - 10:00 GMT Lots: 2861-3408 Day 7 2nd March 2020 - 10:00 GMT Lots: 3500-4158
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Medieval Eagle Attacking Lamb Carving: 13th-15th century AD. A large block of pink imbrignite carved with an eagle attacking a lamb in high-relief within a recessed border; socket to the upper face, slot to the underside. 59 kg, 59cm (23
2863: Medieval Eagle Attacking Lamb CarvingEst. £1,200-£1,700
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Medieval and Earlier Artefact Group: 8th century BC-10th century AD. A mixed bronze group including a Phrygian bow brooch, a Roman strap distributor, an Avar purse mount and other items. 58.5 grams total, 26-61mm (1 - 2 1/4"). Ex an
2864: Medieval and Earlier Artefact GroupEst. £50-£70
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Medieval Belt Mount Collection: 13th-15th century AD. A mixed group of bronze belt fittings including openwork plaques and a vessica-shaped stud. 49.5 grams total, 18-38mm (3/4 - 1 1/2"). Property of a Canadian collector; acquired
2865: Medieval Belt Mount CollectionEst. £40-£60
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Medieval Ring Brooch Mould: 14th-15th century AD. A bronze one-piece mould for ring brooches or finger rings, formed as a tapering bar with flange finial, three shallow annular sockets to the upper face. 142 grams, 83mm (3
2866: Medieval Ring Brooch MouldEst. £40-£60
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Medieval Gilt Lion Dagger Chape: 13th century AD. A folded flat-section trapezoidal silver-gilt chape with raised border and image of the lion of England and plant on a textured field; running zigzag border with points to the folded
2867: Medieval Gilt Lion Dagger ChapeEst. £800-£1,000Lot Passed
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Medieval English Bible Manuscript Leaf: Early 13th century AD. A vellum leaf from a single-volume Bible; each side with two columns of 44-45 lines in black ink in a small blackletter bookhand (minimum height about 1.5mm), written space 148
2868: Medieval English Bible Manuscript LeafEst. £200-£300
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Medieval Knife with Bone Scales: 15th-16th century AD. An iron knife with single-edged blade, scale-tang hilt with pattern of inset silver(?) pins, hexagonal stud to one face. 213 grams, 34cm (13 1/4"). Property of a Suffolk
2869: Medieval Knife with Bone ScalesEst. £800-£1,000Lot Passed
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Medieval Buckle and Fitting Group: 7th-12th century AD. A mixed bronze group comprising: a buckle plate with lobes to the edges; a buckle with hinged heart-shaped voided plate; a buckle with discoid integral plate; a square pendant
2870: Medieval Buckle and Fitting GroupEst. £40-£60
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Medieval Gilt Silver Cockatrice Fragment: 15th-16th century AD. A silver-gilt sheet metal openwork ornamental fragment of a cockatrice with wing folded, head raised, attached to part of a floral border. 3.7 grams, 26mm (1"). Ex an important
2871: Medieval Gilt Silver Cockatrice FragmentEst. £150-£200
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Medieval Silver Signet Ring with Lion: 12th-14th century AD. A silver ring with flanges to the shoulders, discoid bezel with intaglio lion passant regardant within a border. 5.46 grams, 21 mm overall, 18.54mm internal diameter
2872: Medieval Silver Signet Ring with LionEst. £100-£140
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Medieval Thimble Collection: 15th century AD and later. A group of four bronze thimbles, each with tapering sidewall and shallow domed top, one with central hole. See McConnel, B. The Collector's Guide to Thimbles, London, 1996.
2873: Medieval Thimble CollectionEst. £30-£40
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Medieval Artefact Group: 12th-13th century AD. A group comprising: a lozengiform bronze plaque with two substantial mounting rings; a ferrous harness fitting comprising a polyhedral central block and two conical finials with
2874: Medieval Artefact GroupEst. £30-£40
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Medieval Ring with Enamel Plaque: 15th-16th century AD. A bronze finger ring with asymmetrical shoulders, square bezel with cell, inset glass panel and central bronze stud. Cf. Chadour, A.B. Rings. The Alice and Louis Koch
2876: Medieval Ring with Enamel PlaqueEst. £60-£80
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Medieval Artefact Group: 10th-15th century AD. A mixed bronze group comprising: a composite disc brooch with sprung pin, plate absent; a disc pendant with rectangular slot; a crotal bell; a bulbous hollow-formed finial. 100
2877: Medieval Artefact GroupEst. £30-£40
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Medieval Pendant with Portrait: 14th-15th century AD. A gilt bronze leaf-shaped pendant with pierced lug, central profile bust in a disc recess with notched rim. 9.42 grams, 37mm (1 1/2"). Property of a Dutch gentleman; formerly
2878: Medieval Pendant with PortraitEst. £40-£60
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Medieval Heraldic Horse Harness Pendant: 12th-14th century AD. A bronze discoid horse harness pendant with suspension lug, reserved fleur-de-lys within a ring. 8.25 grams, 45mm (1 3/4"). Property of a Dutch gentleman; formerly in an old
2880: Medieval Heraldic Horse Harness PendantEst. £40-£60
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Medieval Artefact Group: 15th century AD. A mixed bronze group comprising a hollow-formed pendant fragment, a hinged lid with silver inlay, a discoid pendant with rectangular loop. 20 grams total,17-27mm (1/2 - 1"). Ex an
2881: Medieval Artefact GroupEst. £50-£70
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Medieval Mount Group: 12th-14th century AD. A mixed bronze group comprising two belt or strap toggles each with discoid stud and a belt fastener plate. 12.4 grams total, 25-33mm (1 - 1 1/4"). From a private Netherlands
2882: Medieval Mount GroupEst. £50-£70
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Medieval Book Clasp with Embracing Figures: 12th-14th century AD. A bronze hasp formed as two robed figures embracing, hinge-loop to the lower edge and hooked clasp to the reverse. 21.9 grams, 57mm (2 1/4"). Private collection,
2883: Medieval Book Clasp with Embracing FiguresEst. £40-£60
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Large Medieval Gilt Openwork Mount: 15th-16th century AD. A domed gilt-bronze discoid plaque with hexafoil voids and punched pellets, suspension hole. 133 grams, 10cm (4"). Property of a Hampshire collector; acquired on the European
2884: Large Medieval Gilt Openwork MountEst. £40-£60
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