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Ancient Roman Bronze Dolphin as Ship c.2nd century AD

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Ancient Roman Bronze Dolphin As Ship c.2nd century AD. Size 1 1/2 inches length. Fine Bronze Dolphin in the form of Ship. Condition: Perfect. Provenance: from the estate of Robert Thompson of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Bob represented the extensive dedication, scholarship, and attention to detail that the antiquity collecting community requires. Bob started collecting in the 1960s and dedicated a substantial portion of his time to the acquisition, attribution, and conservation of his collection. As is evident from the quality, artistic merit and historic interest of each artifact. SKU#MR
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Ancient Roman Bronze Dolphin as Ship c.2nd century AD

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Mar 11, 2018
Starting Price $50
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0121: Ancient Roman Bronze Dolphin as Ship c.2nd century AD

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Lot 0121 Details

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Ancient Roman Bronze Dolphin As Ship c.2nd century AD. Size 1 1/2 inches length. Fine Bronze Dolphin in the form of Ship. Condition: Perfect. Provenance: from the estate of Robert Thompson of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Bob represented the extensive dedication, scholarship, and attention to detail that the antiquity collecting community requires. Bob started collecting in the 1960s and dedicated a substantial portion of his time to the acquisition, attribution, and conservation of his collection. As is evident from the quality, artistic merit and historic interest of each artifact. SKU#MR

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