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Antiquities - Saxon/Mediaeval (pic. quality much better than scans!).

DESCRIPTION (For RB brooches, H = Hattatt´s brooch no. or similar)

Cat

£

 

6th-7th Century: Anglo-Saxon Small Long Brooch: iron pin missing: 67mm high: Yorkshire

A3572

50.00

9th Century cu-alloy Strap end: 47mm length: low grade/worn but near complete: Cambs.

A3617

10.00

4 x Anglo-Saxon Zoomorphic Strap-Ends: All Decorated with animal head terminals: all missing rear rivet holes: 20mm to 30mm

A3704

Sold

10th Century; Anglo-Scandinavian / Viking bronze ´Openwork Class E1´ Strap End; a solid cast tongue-shaped strap end executed in openwork in the form of a plant-scroll within a frame; 2 rivet holes; 45mm length; an attractive piece from Lincs.

A3558

75.00

11th Century: Anglo-Scandinavian bronze stirrup terminal depicting a stylised Wolf´s head: good condition: 35mm length: York´s

A3590

22.50

13th/14th Century cu-alloy Barrel Padlock; incomplete: 45mm: Lincs.

A3604

24.00

14th Century: Bronze Medieval Anthropomorphic mount in the form of a crowned face: thought to represent Edward 111: 17mm

A3691

12.00

14th century: Large bronze anthropomorphic face mask with 2 central rivet holes, & a further 2 below crown; nicely stylised; these are thought to be a representation of King Edward 111 [1327-1377] **** size 25mm x 16mm

A3672

20.00

15th Century cu-alloy plain uncleaned ring brooch; 23mm diameter; Complete with working pin.; Berks

A3659

7.00

15th Century cu-alloy ring brooch of flat section decorated with seven raised cups all containing white paste; 20mm; Complete with working pin.; Berks

A3660

36.00

16th Century Tudor cu-alloy Knife handle with Zoomorphic terminal in the form of a water bird in an attitude of paddling; remain so iron blade deposits at base: 75mm length: Berks

A3655

40.00

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