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Ancient Roman Figural Brooch Fibula c.2nd cent AD.

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Ancient Roman Figural Brooch Fibula c.2nd cent AD.

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Ancient Roman Figural Brooch Fibula c.2nd cent AD. size 1 1/8 inch length. Silver over bronze brooch with bust at center, flanked by birds on ground line, pin and catch on rear. RARE. Provenance: Ex Eldert Bontekoe, Pegasi. Ann Harbor Michigan, USA.
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Ancient Roman Figural Brooch Fibula c.2nd cent AD.

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Oct 18, 2020
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Lot 0363 Details

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Ancient Roman Figural Brooch Fibula c.2nd cent AD. size 1 1/8 inch length. Silver over bronze brooch with bust at center, flanked by birds on ground line, pin and catch on rear. RARE. Provenance: Ex Eldert Bontekoe, Pegasi. Ann Harbor Michigan, USA.
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