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Roman Legionary Ring

Lot 1801 Details

Description
1st-3rd century AD. A bronze flat section ring with expanding shoulder and oval bezel engraved with a standing eagle with wings outspread. 5 grams, 21.74mm overall, 19.14mm internal diameter (approximate ring size British S, USA 9, Europe 20.00, Japan 19) (3/4"). Property of a Surrey collector; acquired in the early 1970s.
Condition
Very fine condition.
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Roman Legionary Ring

Estimate £80 - £100
Feb 23, 2017
Starting Price £80
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1801: Roman Legionary Ring

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Lot 1801 Details

Description
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1st-3rd century AD. A bronze flat section ring with expanding shoulder and oval bezel engraved with a standing eagle with wings outspread. 5 grams, 21.74mm overall, 19.14mm internal diameter (approximate ring size British S, USA 9, Europe 20.00, Japan 19) (3/4"). Property of a Surrey collector; acquired in the early 1970s.
Condition
...
Very fine condition.

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