TimeLine Auctions Antiquities Sale - Day 2 2021-05-26 Auction - 559 Price Results - TimeLine Auctions Ltd. in Essex - Page 7
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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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Roman Ferrule with Theatrical Mask: 1st-2nd century AD. A substantial bronze fitting with broad panel and loop to the rear, a bust in the shape of a female theatrical mask with braided hair and diadem. See Brea, L.B. et al., 'Masks and
0645: Roman Ferrule with Theatrical MaskEst. £80-£100
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Roman Mixed Glass Bead Necklace: 1st-3rd century AD. A restrung necklace of cylindrical and spherical glass beads, with modern clasp. 24 grams, 48cm (19"). Property of a West London gentleman; his collection formed in the late
0646: Roman Mixed Glass Bead NecklaceEst. £80-£100
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Roman Fortuna Intaglio Gemstone in Gold Ring: 1st century BC-2nd century AD. An oval-shaped carnelian gemstone bearing intaglio image of the goddess Fortuna or Roman Genius, robed, standing left, holding a cornucopia and wreath; set into a gold
0647: Roman Fortuna Intaglio Gemstone in Gold RingEst. £1,200-£1,500
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Roman Bow Brooch Collection: 1st-3rd century AD. A mixed collection of ten bronze brooches of mixed types, shapes and sizes, all with pins. Cf. Hattatt, R., Iron Age and Roman Brooches, Oxford, 1985, item 504; see Hattatt, R.,
0648: Roman Bow Brooch CollectionEst. £120-£170
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Roman Silver 'May You Live, Innocentius' Ring: 4th century AD. A silver ring with flat-section dodecagonal hoop; each of the twelve concave facets inscribed with letters in rustic capitals and/or motifs; '[V IV A S ~ IN N oc E N T I' (‘May you
0649: Roman Silver 'May You Live, Innocentius' RingEst. £250-£350
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Leda and Swan Intaglio in Modern Gold Necklace: 2nd century AD. An amethyst intaglio gemstone with incuse scene of Leda and the Swan, a severed head on a columnar plinth behind; set into a later gold oval pendant with applied scrollwork
0650: Leda and Swan Intaglio in Modern Gold NecklaceEst. £2,000-£3,000
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Roman Lion and Foliage Mould Group: 1st-3rd century AD. A group of two ceramic mould fragments comprising: one with an impressed figure of a lion standing and a second partial impression of the lion's mane; one with seven impressed
0653: Roman Lion and Foliage Mould GroupEst. £80-£100
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Roman Dolphin-Shaped Brooch: 2nd century AD. A bronze brooch in the shape of a dolphin with nose, fins and scalloped tail; pin lug and catchplate to reverse. 16.6 grams, 38mm (1 1/2"). From the collection of a Surrey gentleman;
0654: Roman Dolphin-Shaped BroochEst. £80-£100
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Roman Artefact Group: 2nd-4th century AD. A group of two objects: an oval-shaped carnelian intaglio gemstone engraved with a robed figure of lady holding offering dish; a carved basalt head of woman, hair held in chignon;
0655: Roman Artefact GroupEst. £180-£240
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Roman Erotic Oil Lamp: 2nd century AD. A ceramic oil lamp with carinated body and D-shaped nozzle; discus with scene in relief of two lovers engaged in coitus on a low bed, within a raised circular border, a band of
0656: Roman Erotic Oil LampEst. £100-£140
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Roman Mixed Brooch Collection: Mainly 2nd-3rd century AD. A mixed group of mainly Roman brooches, including three zoomorphic formed as a duck, rabbit with decorative elements and fly with inset glass to body, all with pin and
0657: Roman Mixed Brooch CollectionEst. £80-£100
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Roman Statue Fragment with Panther Feet: 1st-3rd century AD. A marble statue fragment with rectangular base, two feline rear paws with prominent claws. 340 grams, 84mm (3 1/4"). Property of a London gentleman; acquired in the 1970s. [No
0658: Roman Statue Fragment with Panther FeetEst. £30-£40
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Roman Dimpled Glass Vessel: 1st-3rd century AD. A mould-blown glass vessel formed with a globular body covered in shallow dimples, rolled shoulder, broad neck, everted and chamfered rim, shallow pontil to base; patches of
0659: Roman Dimpled Glass VesselEst. £100-£140
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Roman Gemstone Collection: 1st-3rd century AD. A mixed group of ten barrel, oval and olive-shaped beads and cabochons in agate, carnelian, amethyst and other stones; some polished; all pierced for suspension. 11.3 grams
0661: Roman Gemstone CollectionEst. £300-£400Lot Passed
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Roman Ring with Cockerel Gemstone: 1st-2nd century AD. A bronze ring with D-section hoop and broad arched shoulders; a small raised frame of transverse rectangular shape forming the ring bezel, a correspondingly cut onyx gem with a
0662: Roman Ring with Cockerel GemstoneEst. £100-£140
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Roman Mixed Brooch Collection: Mainly 1st-2nd century AD. A mixed group of brooches including plate and bow brooches, three with hinge, catchplate and pin to reverse; one with openwork, another shaped as an amphora with remains of
0663: Roman Mixed Brooch CollectionEst. £80-£100
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Roman Horse Mount Collection: 1st-3rd century AD. A group of six bronze zoomorphic mounts comprising: a standing flat-section stylised horse mount or pendant with suspension loop on the back; a crescentic harness mount with
0664: Roman Horse Mount CollectionEst. £150-£200Lot Passed
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Roman Wolf Brooch: 1st century AD. A substantial bronze Aucissa type bow brooch with annulet decoration to the head; the lower bow and foot forming a stylised wolf's face with pellet eyes and curved muzzle; hinged pin
0665: Roman Wolf BroochEst. £50-£70
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Roman Bow Brooch Collection: 1st-2nd century AD. A mixed collection of ten bronze brooches of mixed types, shapes and sizes, all with pins. 140 grams total, 42-69mm (1 3/4 - 2 3/4"). Property of an Austrian private collector
0666: Roman Bow Brooch CollectionEst. £120-£170
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Roman Pale Blue Glass Bead Necklace: 1st century AD and later. A restrung necklace composed of graduated pale blue glass beads of various shades, including oblate and various rounded shapes. 52.3 grams, 47.5cm (18 3/4"). Ex Japanese
0667: Roman Pale Blue Glass Bead NecklaceEst. £50-£70
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Roman Terracotta Storage Jar: 2nd-4th century AD. A globular-shaped storage jar with small raised foot and wide everted rim. 3.6 kg, 33cm (13"). From the collection of a deceased Japanese gentleman; 1970-2015. [No Reserve]
0668: Roman Terracotta Storage JarEst. £150-£200
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