TimeLine Auctions Antiquities Sale - Day 2 2021-05-26 Auction - 559 Price Results - TimeLine Auctions Ltd. in Essex - Page 5
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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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Parthian Gold Mount with Vineleaf: 3rd century BC-2nd century AD. A gold disc mount with granulation to the outer edge, raised lozenge bulbs and central glass 'turquoise' vineleaf-shaped insert. 2.29 grams, 23.2mm (03-Apr"). From the
0597: Parthian Gold Mount with VineleafEst. £200-£300Lot Passed
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Scythian Standing Bull Applique: 6th century BC-3rd century AD. A bronze mount in the shape of a young bull standing, facing, with short horns, alert eyes, large eyes, hump to the back, and long tail; attachment lug to the reverse.
0600: Scythian Standing Bull AppliqueEst. £200-£300
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Hellenistic Silver Earring Pair with Eros: 2nd-1st century BC. A matched pair of silver hoop earrings, each with a stylised nude figure of Eros modelled in the half-round, a grapevine garland hanging off of his right shoulder, standing on a
0601: Hellenistic Silver Earring Pair with ErosEst. £200-£300
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Greek Hound Gemstone in Gold Ring: 5th-3rd century BC. A carnelian gemstone with intaglio hound standing right on a ground line, seemingly in an attacking stance; held in a later gold finger ring with D-section hoop, angled shoulders
0602: Greek Hound Gemstone in Gold RingEst. £1,200-£1,700
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Greek Ring with Pan Playing Pipes: 4th century BC. A bronze finger ring with ellipsoid bezel, intaglio image of the god Pan playing pipes; accompanied by a museum-quality impression. 4.23 grams, 21.84mm overall, 18.84mm internal
0603: Greek Ring with Pan Playing PipesEst. £200-£300Lot Passed
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Greek Gold and Rock Crystal Pendant: 5th-3rd century BC. A pendant comprising a rock crystal bead with granulated gold cap and loop. 2.21 grams, 18mm (03-Apr"). From a London, UK, collection, previously with Astarte gallery, Britannia
0604: Greek Gold and Rock Crystal PendantEst. £250-£350
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Graeco-Pontic Gold Bell Earring with Pendants: 3rd-1st century BC. A gold earring comprising a round-section loop with raised ridge featuring applied granules and granule clusters at both ends, terminal consisting of granulated beads between
0605: Graeco-Pontic Gold Bell Earring with PendantsEst. £300-£400
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Hellenistic Red Glass Fragment: 2nd-1st century BC. An irregular fragment of red glass with surface deposit of green oxidation. 42 grams, 50mm (2"). Property of a London gentleman; acquired in the 1970s. [No Reserve]
0606: Hellenistic Red Glass FragmentEst. £80-£100
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Etruscan Scarab Seal Bead with Figure: 6th-4th century BC. A carved green stone scarab with detailing to the carapace; figure advancing left holding various objects on base; pierced for suspension. 1.8 grams, 16mm (03-Apr"). Ex deceased
0607: Etruscan Scarab Seal Bead with FigureEst. £300-£400
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Geometric Gold Pendant with Flower in Lozenge: 8th century BC. A bifacial sheet-gold pendant composed of five ribbed tubes, a discoid plaque to three corners and central lozengiform plaque with beaded border and central four-petalled flower;
0608: Geometric Gold Pendant with Flower in LozengeEst. £100-£140
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Greek Red-Figure Vessel Lid: 5th-3rd century BC. A ceramic vessel lid with poppy-head knop handle; two painted female busts to the tondo, each a lady of fashion in profile with white detailing to the stephane, palmettes between;
0609: Greek Red-Figure Vessel LidEst. £100-£140
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Greek Alabastron with Janiform Goddess: 6th century BC. A large carved marble alabastron with two Janus type female heads, cap to the head, long hair to the shoulders in the form of ringlets; youthful, archaistic facial features; the body
0610: Greek Alabastron with Janiform GoddessEst. £2,000-£3,000
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Scythian Mythical Beast Applique: 6th-2nd century BC. A mount formed as a mythical creature, erect body and elongated tail curling behind the head; circular cells along the body, large circular eye; attachment lug to reverse. 81.3
0611: Scythian Mythical Beast AppliqueEst. £200-£300
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Thracian Rider Statuette: 5th century BC-1st century AD. A bronze ex-voto figure modelled as a seated rider wearing a flared tunic, detailing to head, face and tunic, right arm held above the head, left arm held in front of
0612: Thracian Rider StatuetteEst. £80-£100
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Scythian Crouching Lion Applique: 3rd-1st century BC. A bronze appliqué in the shape of a crouching lion, with discoid feet, circular eye and tail tucked between hind legs; recesses in the ear, face and feet for inlay; reverse with
0613: Scythian Crouching Lion AppliqueEst. £200-£300
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Parthian Gold Earring Pair: 3rd-1st century BC. A matched pair of bifacial hoop earrings with facetted lozengiform plaques; articulate hoop closures with applied granules at the collars, filigree collars and applied granule
0614: Parthian Gold Earring PairEst. £100-£140
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Greek Jug with Handle: 5th-4th century BC. A ceramic jug with bulbous body, trumpet-style neck, integral D-section handle and slightly convex base. 344 grams, 16cm (6 1/4"). Property of an Austrian private collector since
0615: Greek Jug with HandleEst. £50-£70
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Greek Lizard Gemstone in Gold Ring: 5th-3rd century BC. A Greek carnelian intaglio gemstone with lizard motif, set within a later gold ring with D-section hoop, waisted shoulders with chevron design, expanding to an oval-shaped bezel,
0616: Greek Lizard Gemstone in Gold RingEst. £1,200-£1,700
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Greek Ram-Headed Diana Pendant: 5th-3rd century BC. A bronze pendant comprising: a lion-head finial with pierced mouth to accept a loop, tiered mane with radiating strokes; biconvex bulb with beaded detailing; youthful female head
0619: Greek Ram-Headed Diana PendantEst. £700-£900
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