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ROMAN LEGIONARY BRONZE PLATE AND CUP

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Lot 0210 Details

Description
Ca.100-200 AD. A collection of Roman Bronze Vessels consisting in a plate and a drinking cup; Very Good Condition; Size: 185x75mm ;7.28x 2.95in; 325gr; Provenance: From a private collection, acquired in London in the 1970s. - All items come accompanied by a signed Certificate of Authenticity .
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ROMAN LEGIONARY BRONZE PLATE AND CUP

Estimate £300 - £500Sep 29, 2019
Starting Price £5
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