TimeLine Auctions Antiquities Sale - Day 2 2021-05-26 Auction - 559 Price Results - TimeLine Auctions Ltd. in Essex - Page 24
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Greek Archaic Mirror Handle with KourosGreek Hound Gemstone in Gold RingRoman Agate Bead Necklace
Harwich, Essex, United Kingdom
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TimeLine Auctions Antiquities Sale - Day 2

Auction Venue: TimeLine Auctions The Court House 363 Main Road Harwich Essex CO12 4DN UK Day 1 Tuesday 25 May 2021 Ancient Art, Antiquities Lots 1-500 Day 2 Wednesday 26 May 2021 Ancient Art, Antiquities Lots 501-1059 Day 3 Thursday 27 May 2021 Ancient Art, Antiquities Lots 1060-1613 Day 4 Friday 28 May 2021 Ancient Art, Antiquities Lots 1614-6119 Day 5 Saturday 29 May 2021 Natural History Lots 6120-6331 Coins, Medals and Books Lots 8000-8358 First time buyers might be asked to provide ID and proof of address in accordance with the Anti-money laundering directive. A bid limit may be applied to their account or a deposit may be required. For enquiries about bidding, or to discuss any of these arrangements, please email bids@timelineauctions.com or call +44(0)1277 815121. After the sale Payments must be paid in Pounds Sterling and can be made by bank transfer, cash (up to the value of £7,000), cheque and debit or credit card (up to a maximum limit of £500). Please note that TimeLine Auctions Ltd does not accept Paypal (or similar systems), charge cards (American Express, Diners Club etc.) or cheques/orders drawn on foreign banks in Pounds Sterling or any other currencies. Please note, it is the Buyer’s responsibility to ensure any duties, restrictions, laws or regulations regarding import and export to the Buyers home country are met. Buyers from the USA especially should note that restrictions apply to various categories of antiquities and coins and should check before bidding. Temporary Admission For a small number of items which have been imported into the UK under the Temporary Admission rules, applicable import duty is applied to the Hammer Price. For UK buyers, this cannot be entered as input tax. For overseas buyers, where proof of export has been provided, the import duty may be refunded on request. This only applies to a small number of lots, check specific lot descriptions to see if applicable.
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Stamp Seal Collection: 2nd-1st millennium BC. A mixed group of bronze stamp seals comprising: one discoid in plan with floral design to body, facetted round hoop for suspension and incuse design of a deer or goat running
1053: Stamp Seal CollectionEst. £500-£700Lot Passed
Amlash Vessel with Zoomorphic Handle: 13th-12th century BC. A terracotta pitcher of piriform profile, incised line below the rim, strap handle with thumb-pad formed as a stylised head with applied disc eyes. 1.2 kg, 22.5cm (9"). Ex
1054: Amlash Vessel with Zoomorphic HandleEst. £150-£200
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Holy Land Oil Lamp Group: 3rd-5th century AD. A mixed group of three ceramic oil lamps comprising: one with D-shaped nozzle, short thumb pad and a cross motif with hatching in each quarter to the base; one with raised lines
1055: Holy Land Oil Lamp GroupEst. £60-£80
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Sassanian Coin: 3rd-7th century AD. An assemblage comprising: a large fragmentary bronze bowl with carinated shoulder and flared mouth; a group of 217 as yet uncleaned, unsorted and unidentified Sassanian dirhams(?)
1056: Sassanian CoinEst. £1,200-£1,700
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Amlash Standing Ram: 11th-9th century BC. A bronze figure in the form of a standing ram with curled horns and short tail, wearing a collar with a lug for suspension at base of neck. See Christie's London, A Peaceable
1058: Amlash Standing RamEst. £200-£300Lot Passed
Five-Sided Stamp Seal: 1st millennium BC. A stone stamp seal with four tapering rectangular faces and base, each face with incuse designs comprising: two with winged horses and three with stylised leaf(?) motifs; integral
1059: Five-Sided Stamp SealEst. £250-£350Lot Passed