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X-Large and Rare Greek Attic White-Ground Votive Lekythos
Greek : Attic Pre AD 1000: item #1367222
1367222

X-Large and Rare Greek Attic White-Ground Votive Lekythos

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$6,875.00 

This exceptional piece is an X-large Greek Attic lekythos that dates circa 5th century B.C. This beautiful extremely large piece is approximately 16.75 inches high, by 4.8 inches in diameter at the upper shoulder. This piece is also intact with no repair and/or restoration, and this is also rare for a large-scale vessel such as this, as they are normally broken at the neck. The elongated neck seen on this beautiful piece gracefully extends upward, and this section of the vessel has an... Click for details

Superb and Scarce Greek Mycenaean "Cruciform" Bronze Dagger
Greek : Minoan and Mycenaean Pre AD 1000: item #1366079
1366079

Superb and Scarce Greek Mycenaean

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$1,875.00 

This superb piece is a Greek Mycenaean bronze dagger that dates to the LH III Period, circa 1400-1190 B.C. This complete example is approximately 4.9 inches long, by 1.3 inches wide at the lower tang shoulder, and has no repair/restoration. In addition, this piece has a beautiful dark green patina with some minute and spotty dark brown mineral deposits. This piece is also classified as being the "Cruciform Type, Variant A", and has a flat blade without a midrib, slightly beveled edges, and an... Click for details

X-Rare Greek Bronze Votive Mycenaean/Minoan Goddess Figurine
Greek : Minoan and Mycenaean Pre AD 1000: item #1365793
1365793

X-Rare Greek Bronze Votive Mycenaean/Minoan Goddess Figurine

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$6,875.00 

This extremely rare piece is a Mycenaean/Minoan bronze goddess figurine that dates to the LH III Period, circa 1400-1100 B.C. This piece is approximately 4.4 inches high, by 1.25 inches wide at the fluted base, and is one of the largest recorded examples. This attractive figurine has a tubular shape, and was cast as one piece. The esoteric raised arms are also tapered and arc slightly, and in addition, they are curled at the end which forms the stylized hands. The body is also hollow, and... Click for details

Twenty Greek and Roman Gold Beads and Jewelry Fittings
Greek : Helenistic Pre AD 1000: item #1364381
1364381

Twenty Greek and Roman Gold Beads and Jewelry Fittings

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This group of twenty Greek and Roman gold beads and fittings date to the Hellenistic Period, circa 3rd century B.C., to the late Roman Imperial Period, circa 3rd century A.D. This group ranges in size from approximately .1mm in diameter, to 12mm in diameter for the larger round beads. All of the gold pieces together weigh approximately 9.1 grams. The pieces in this group all have an attachment hole for the stringing of a necklace, or possibly for a bracelet in antiquity. Some of the beads... Click for details

Scarce and Attractive Hellenistic Greek Silver Cup with Esoteric Shape
Greek : Helenistic Pre AD 1000: item #1363891
1363891

Scarce and Attractive Hellenistic Greek Silver Cup with Esoteric Shape

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$3,865.00 

This scarce piece is a Greek silver cup that dates to the Hellenistic Period, circa 4th-3rd century B.C. This piece is approximately 3.9 inches high, by 4.65 inches in diameter at the upper rim. This beautiful piece has a flat bottom, and easily stands by itself. This attractive piece also has a slightly flared rim, and graduates in size down to the flat base, and overall, this piece has a very esoteric shape and a high degree of eye appeal. This vessel also has a light to dark gray patina... Click for details

Detailed Greco-Roman Bronze Theater Mask Applique Bust
Greek : Helenistic Pre AD 1000: item #1363867
1363867

Detailed Greco-Roman Bronze Theater Mask Applique Bust

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$1,265.00 

This superb Greco-Roman bronze piece is an applique that is in the form of a theater mask, and dates to the late Hellenistic Period, circa 1st century B.C.-early 2nd century A.D. This piece is approximately 1.3 inches high, by 1.25 inches wide, by .8 inches in relief. This piece has a flat back with a small raised iron knob, and may have been the terminal end of a vessel handle, or may have been fitted into armor such as a cuirass. The latter scenario is more likely, as the raised knob... Click for details

Superb Greek Bronze (AE 17) Coin of Mesembria with Full Helmet Crest
Greek : Helenistic Pre AD 1000: item #1363783
1363783

Superb Greek Bronze (AE 17) Coin of Mesembria with Full Helmet Crest

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$365.00 

This superb Greek bronze coin is an (AE 17) that is from the city of Mesembria, and dates circa 4th-3rd century B.C. This coin is approximately 17mm in diameter, weighs 5.8 grams, and is in superb condition (EF+/EF+). This coin also has a beautiful dark green patina, perfect centering, excellent metal, and high relief. The obverse (Obv.) of this coin has an excellent image of a Greek "Attic type" helmet, which was the favorite helmet type of elite cavalry units forged by Alexander the Great. ... Click for details

Scarce Greek Bronze Tarsos (AE 26mm) with Seated Tyche
Greek : Helenistic Pre AD 1000: item #1363639
1363639

Scarce Greek Bronze Tarsos (AE 26mm) with Seated Tyche

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$325.00 

This interesting Greek bronze coin is a Tarsos (AE 26mm), and dates circa 164-27 B.C. This coin is approximately 27 mm wide, weighs 16.3 gms, and is in very fine/good very fine condition (VF/VF+). This coin is also scarce regardless of grade, and overall, this coin is a better example than what is usually seen, and in addition, this coin has a beautiful even dark green patina. The obverse (Obv.) features a seated Tyche on a chair facing right, holding a grain ear, and below, the river god... Click for details

Intact Daunian Funnel Krater with Attractive Geometric Designs
Greek : South Italic Pre AD 1000: item #1362902
1362902

Intact Daunian Funnel Krater with Attractive Geometric Designs

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$1,685.00 

This intact piece is an attractive Daunian funnel krater that dates to the 4th century B.C. This large piece is approximately 8.25 inches high, by 10.4 inches wide through the center of the vessel. This superb example has no repair/restoration, is in mint "as found" condition, and in addition, it is also a thick-walled ceramic which lends this vessel a great deal of durability. This piece was likely used to hold wine or a grain commodity, and was likely used in life, as well as in the... Click for details

Intact Daunian Askos with Attractive Geometric Designs
Greek : South Italic Pre AD 1000: item #1362875
1362875

Intact Daunian Askos with Attractive Geometric Designs

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$875.00 

This piece is an intact and attractive Daunian askos that dates to the 4th century B.C. This piece is approximately 10 inches long, by 8.3 inches high, by 9 inches wide through the center of the vessel. This intact piece has no repair/restoration, is in mint "as found" condition, and in addition, it is also a thick-walled ceramic which lends this vessel a great deal of durability. This piece was likely used to hold a liquid such as wine, and was designed for pouring, with the strap handle... Click for details

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