**Originally Listed At $200**
Ancient Near East, modern day northern Iran, Luristan, ca. 1000 to 600 BCE. A wonderful gathering of nine bronze spear points in varying forms indicative of the ancient Near East. Four points have bevels running the length of both blade faces and bar-shaped tangs; two points have bar-shaped tangs but no beveling on either side; two points have pronounced triangular blades with tangs curved in the direction of either the blade edge or blade face; and one point has a thin, triangular profile with three protruding attachment pins opposite the blade end. All of the points have lovely verdant patina across all surfaces. Size of largest: 11.125" L (28.3 cm).
Provenance: ex-John Piscopo collection, San Diego, California, USA
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