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Roman to Post Medieval Ring Collection

Lot 1870 Details

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1st-18th century AD. A large mixed group of seventy-eight bronze rings, most with D-section hoop and flat discoid intaglio with geometric design. 282 grams total, 18-26mm (3/4 - 1"). Acquired on the London art market prior to 1980. [78]
Condition
Fine condition.
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Roman to Post Medieval Ring Collection

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Sep 07, 2017
Starting Price £440
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Lot 1870 Details

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1st-18th century AD. A large mixed group of seventy-eight bronze rings, most with D-section hoop and flat discoid intaglio with geometric design. 282 grams total, 18-26mm (3/4 - 1"). Acquired on the London art market prior to 1980. [78]
Condition
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Fine condition.

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