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Roman Bird-Headed Pin Collection

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Lot 0913 Details

Description
Mainly 1st century AD. A mixed group of bronze pins each with a stylised bird finial. 42.3 grams total, 10-14cm (4 - 5 1/2"). Property of a Brussels collector; formerly in an old German collection formed in the 1990s. [4]
Condition
Fine condition.
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Roman Bird-Headed Pin Collection

Estimate £150 - £200Sep 02, 2020
Starting Price £150
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