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Lot 0083
Bronze, 2 3/4” length. Cylindrical pin seat. Type specifically associated with Roman Legionnaires. Half of broad ball terminal base and iron pin perished in antiquity. Item ships one business day after payment.

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  • Condition

    Professionally excavated and conserved. Comes gift boxed with certificate of authenticity.

    Starting Bid

    $1.00

    Buyer's Premium

    • 15%

    ROMAN CROSSBOW FIBULA, FIRST CENTURY AD

    Auction ended on Thu, Mar 1, 2018
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    Estimate $100 - $200
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