TimeLine Auctions Antiquities Sale - Day 4 2023-05-26 Auction - 647 Price Results - TimeLine Auctions Ltd. in Essex
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Harwich, Essex, United Kingdom
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TimeLine Auctions Antiquities Sale - Day 4

Auction Venue: TimeLine Auctions The Court House 363 Main Road Harwich Essex CO12 4DN UK Day 1 Tuesday 23rd May 2023 Ancient Art, Antiquities Lots 1-456 Day 2 Wednesday 24th May 2023 Ancient Art, Antiquities Lots 457-1076 Day 3 Thursday 25th May 2023 Ancient Art, Antiquities, Antiques, Natural History Lots 1077-1695 Day 4 Friday 26th May 2023 Ancient Art, Antiquities, Antiques, Natural History Lots 1696-2342 Day 5 Saturday 27th May 2023 Coins, Medals & Books Lots 2343-3109 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. Payment requests will be sent to all succesful bidders by email, please check spam folders if not received. 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. Full Terms and conditions: https://timelineauctions.com/terms-and-conditions/
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Medieval Silver Stirrup Ring: 12th-13th century A.D. Roughly stirrup-shaped with a flat-section hoop, raised square-shaped bezel displaying a quatrefoil motif with incised zigzagging radiating from a central point into each
1696: Medieval Silver Stirrup RingEst. £100-£140
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Medieval Orphrey Panel with Angels: Germany, Rhine Valley, circa 1500 A.D. The panel displaying three crenelated turrets arranged vertically, a yellow-haired angel with a diadem in the hair facing out from each, beneath an ogival arch;
1698: Medieval Orphrey Panel with AngelsEst. £400-£600
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Medieval Copper-Alloy Pilgrim's Badge: Circa 15th century A.D. Displaying a repoussé ropework border and two standing figures; one holding a sword, the other wearing a crown. 0.57 grams, 27 mm (1 in.). Acquired 1990s-early 2000s. East
1699: Medieval Copper-Alloy Pilgrim's BadgeEst. £70-£90
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Medieval Ceramic Group: 15th-16th century A.D. Comprising a glazed pot with tripod feet and twin handles; carinated jug with remains of glaze and single handle; pot with one remaining foot and handle and remains of glaze;
1701: Medieval Ceramic GroupEst. £80-£100
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Norman Bronze Belt Plate with Bird: 12th century A.D. Standing in profile right in low-relief; attachment pins to two corners, hinge lugs to the forward edge. 6.19 grams, 28 mm (1 in.). Acquired prior to 2000. Ex private collection,
1702: Norman Bronze Belt Plate with BirdEst. £40-£60
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Medieval Iron Spur Group: 14th-16th century A.D. Comprising spurs of various types and sizes, including examples retaining the rowel, buckles and other fitting elements. 1.1 kg total, 13-16.5 cm (5 - 6 1/8 in.). Acquired
1703: Medieval Iron Spur GroupEst. £100-£140
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Medieval Bronze Candlestick: 14th-15th century A.D. Of socketted type, with collars and a domed base. 181 grams, 11.5 cm (4 1/2 in.). Acquired 1990s-early 2000s. East Anglian private collection.
1704: Medieval Bronze CandlestickEst. £200-£300
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Medieval Iron Horse Shoe Group: 14th-16th century A.D. Including examples for horses, donkeys, ponies and possibly oxen. 7.65 kg total, 8.5-15 cm (3 1/4 - 6 in.). Acquired 1990s-early 2000s. East Anglian private collection.[27]
1709: Medieval Iron Horse Shoe GroupEst. £100-£140
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Medieval Silver-Gilt Ring with Horse Motif: 15th-16th century A.D. The hoop with plaques to the base and shoulders, raised bezel with incuse design. 10.71 grams, 30.80 mm overall, 20.68 mm internal diameter (approximate size British S 1/2, USA
1711: Medieval Silver-Gilt Ring with Horse MotifEst. £150-£200
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Medieval Iron Fire Starter Group: Circa 15th century A.D. Including fire steels of various types with ornamental and practical shaping. 160 grams total, 60-89 mm (2 3/8 - 3 1/2 in.). Acquired 1990s-early 2000s. East Anglian private
1712: Medieval Iron Fire Starter GroupEst. £100-£140Lot Passed
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Medieval Glazed Pottery Group: 15th century A.D. and later. Comprising mainly jars and bowls, including examples with painted geometric and fish decoration; chipped and cracked. 4.4 kg total, 10.5-27 cm wide (4 1/4 - 10 1/2 in.).
1714: Medieval Glazed Pottery GroupEst. £50-£70
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Medieval Silver-Gilt Stag Head Mount: 14th-16th century A.D. Formed with antlers of different lengths, each with tines, the ears held out horizontally and the slender head carinated; remains of mounting lug to reverse; held in a
1716: Medieval Silver-Gilt Stag Head MountEst. £80-£100
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Medieval Ceramic Group: 15th-16th century A.D. Comprising a glazed tripod pot with repairs and chipped rim; unglazed pot with tripod feet and handle; footed pot with two handles to the rim and remains of interior glaze.
1717: Medieval Ceramic GroupEst. £80-£100
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Medieval Bronze Bell Collection: Circa 14th-16th century A.D. Including iron bells, each retaining the suspension loop and clapper and producing a different sound. 620 grams total, 5-13.7 cm (2 - 5 3/8 in.). Acquired 1990s-early
1719: Medieval Bronze Bell CollectionEst. £50-£70
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