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Lot of 7 Ancient Roman Silver Bronze Rings c.2nd-6th ce

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Lot of 7 Ancient Roman Silver Bronze Rings c.2nd - 6th cen AD. Ring Size 2.5-7 USA. Measurement 0 3/4-1 inch. a nice Eastern European Roman period bronze Archer an regular rings. intact with great patina. wearable.
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Lot of 7 Ancient Roman Silver Bronze Rings c.2nd-6th ce

Estimate $100 - $150Mar 12, 2019
Starting Price $50
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