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Antiquities, Coins & Collectables

TimeLine Auctions Limited Antiquities, Coins & Collectables Live Webcast Auction 26 Sep 2015 09:00 BST

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  • Lots: 650

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  • TimeLine House
  • 1 & 2 Arterial Road
  • East Horndon
  • Brentwood, Essex
  • CM13 3LJ
  • United Kingdom

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16th century AD. A decorative finger ring with carinated-section hoop inscribed 'ARET[..]' and inverted 'MICRA'; the bezel flat-section formed as ...

2nd century BC-1st century AD. A bracelet formed from a round-section rod, recurved finial with knop to one end, loop with spiral plaque and coil ...

206 BC - 220 AD. An undated Han Dynasty style life-size 'museum' display burial suit composed from 'jade' tiles (probably bowenite), mainly rectan...

9th-12th century AD. A lentoid-section bronze penannular brooch with flared terminals, bands of hatched decoration, round-section pin coiled aroun...

9th-12th century AD. A large crescentic bronze pendant with integral tubular loop, hatched pattern and pellets. 17 grams, 45mm (1 3/4"). From an o...

9th-12th century AD. A bronze ring formed from braided rods, hammer-welded to the lower face. 8.9 grams, 23mm overall, 17.78mm internal diameter (...

11th-12th century AD. A matched pair of bronze axehead pendants each with a winged socket, triangular blade and spur to the inner edge, one with c...

10th-13th century AD. A mixed group of bowls comprising: a terracotta bowl with broad flange rim, drizzled cream and green glaze to the inner face...

9th-12th century AD. A carved bone flat-section plaque or handle with suspension hole close to the upper edge, line of six irregular ring-and-dot ...

9th-12th century AD. A bronze miniature axehead with winged socket, triangular blade and lobe to the inner edge; punched point ornament to both fa...

9th-12th century AD. A matched pair of bronze discoid mounts each with C-section lugs to the border, openwork design of a La Tène style triskele. ...

9th-12th century AD. A sheet bronze repoussé plaque with applied loop, saltire design with ring-and-dot motifs. 4.51 grams, 58mm (2 1/4"). Propert...

9th-12th century AD. A mixed group of bronze mounts comprising: two heart-shaped, domed with scroll ornament; one piriform with niello-inlaid tear...

18th-19th century AD. A mixed group of three pewter hunting or hawking whistles, each with scooped mouthpiece, two with knop finial. 38 grams tota...

11th-12th century AD. A bronze D-shaped chape with knop finial, scooped upper edge with lateral trefoil s, reserved design of a profile bird withi...

9th-12th century AD. A mixed group of bronze items comprising: a Norman gilded belt plate with domed openwork regardant beast to the centre; a D-s...

9th-12th century AD. A mixed group of gilt-bronze items comprising: a tongue-shaped plaque with beaded border; a beast-head mask plaque; a barrel-...

9th-12th century AD. A cast bronze pendant formed as four loops with median beading. 5.44 grams, 40mm (1 3/4"). From an old Munich collection; acq...

9th-12th century AD. A pair of bronze horse pendants comprising: one with raised tail, ring-and-dot motifs to the flanks, pierced at the hooves, p...

10th-12th century AD. A bronze discoid plaque with low-relief image of a winged horseman, possibly St. Michael. 1.88 grams, 20mm (3/4"). Property ...

9th-12th century AD. A group of silver beads comprising: one drum-shaped with radiating straps and granule detailing; five globular with coil deta...

9th-12th century AD. A silver-gilt hollow square-section tag with round end, pelletted tendril detail to both broad faces; pierced for attachment....

12th-15th century AD. A silver-gilt scrolled head, flat-section shank and raised button with glass insert. 2.81 grams, 30mm (1 1/4"). Property of ...

10th-12th century AD. A mixed group of Scandinavian type pendants (also widespread in the historical Rus region) comprising: two with flat-section...

8th-9th century AD. A keeled ovoid crystal in a silver cell with running coil to the edge, integral loop above; Carolingian or Ottonian workmanshi...

10th-12th century AD. A pair of bronze Scandinavian type pendants (also widespread in the historical Rus region), each with cross potent to the ce...

10th-12th century AD. A discoid silver-gilt pendant with integral loop, trefoil of pellets and granules within a pelletted border. See Korshyn, V....

11th-13th century AD. A tapering tubular bronze finial with scroll detail and ears to each face, muzzle pierced to accept a suspension ring. 7.35 ...

6th century AD. A round-section silver penannular hoop with clubbed ends; Baltic workmanship. Cf. Sedov, B.B. Finno-Ugri i Balti v Epokhi Sredneve...

10th-11th century AD. A mixed group of bronze Scandinavian type pendants (also widespread in the historical Rus region), each with scroll motif. C...

9th-12th century AD. A bronze teardrop-shaped pendant with chamfered sides and ribbed loop, inset panel of red-orange amber, knop to the reverse. ...

9th-12th century AD. A mixed group of bronze pendants, each a miniature stirrup, one with integral loop and two with rings. 12 grams total, 32-39m...

12th-13th century AD. A bronze crescentic Scandinavian type pendant (also widespread in the historical Rus region), with ribbed loop, pellet finia...

10th-12th century AD. A mixed group of discoid bronze pendants comprising: one with pellets and radiating bars; one with radiating arms, central h...

11th-12th century AD. A bronze discoid Scandinavian type pendant (also widespread in the historical Rus region), with an advancing regardant beast...

8th-10th century AD. A matched pair of earrings each with round-section shank, polyhedral body with multiple strands of ropework enclosing triangu...

11th-12th century AD. A bronze axehead Scandinavian type pendant (also widespread in the historical Rus region), with winged socket, triangular bl...

8th-9th century AD. A flat-section rectangular Scandinavian type pendant with incised border and integral suspension loop, reserved knotwork desig...

11th-13th century AD. A gilt-bronze Scandinavian pendant (also widespread in the historical Rus region), with broad loop and beaded crescent borde...

9th-11th century AD. A group of six silver pendants each a hollow sphere with attachment loop and pyramid of granules. Cf. Sedov, B.B. Finno-Ugri ...

9th-12th century AD. A bronze Hiberno-Norse ring-headed pin with a thick round-section tapering shank, with facetted loop terminal and eccentric r...

11th-13th century AD. A group of three bronze discoid plaques, each with tubular suspension, ropework border and cross, ropework discs to the loop...

9th-12th century AD. A bronze Hiberno-Norse ring-headed pin with incised collar below the ring and incised helical band of latten inlay. See Fanni...

9th-11th century AD. A convex crescentic silver-gilt plaque with high-relief trefoil and flanking ravens; two pins to the reverse. See Sedov, B.B....

11th-12th century AD. A convex heater-shaped gilt-bronze buckle loop with raised panels and pellet borders to the upper face, rectangular void wit...

9th-11th century AD. A silver penannular neck-ring formed as a tapering flat-section bar with scrolled terminals; the body twisted about its own a...

9th-12th century AD. A D-shaped openwork bronze buckle plate with openwork design of a bird of prey seizing a smaller bird below; hinge loops to t...

11th-13th century AD. A heater-shaped convex bronze chape panel with acorn finial, low-relief design of two ravens, with wings forming the upper e...

10th-12th century AD. A bow bronze brooch comprising a D-shaped headplate with three radiating collared lugs, keeled bow with chevron detail, loze...

12th-15th century AD. A bronze barrel-shaped cap or pommel with high-relief image of a cockerel with human head within a ropework border; the cent...

9th-12th century AD. A convex bronze terminal mount comprising a rectangular mouth and pentagonal body, four mounting pins to the reverse; the mou...

9th-12th century AD. A mixed group of silver-gilt mounts comprising: one shield-shaped with pelletted border, pierced, lobe to each angle and thre...

9th-11th century AD. A group of two bronze mounts comprising: one triangular in section with pelletted back, beast-head finial to each end, hollow...

9th-11th century AD. A convex rectangular silver mount with ribbed collar and fixing pin, beast-head in plan with c-shaped ears, hooked muzzle. 4....

11th-12th century AD. A bronze axehead Scandinavian type pendant (also widespread in the historical Rus region), with winged socket, triangular bl...

9th-12th century AD. A round-section penannular twisted silver hoop with flat terminals butt-jointed, Baltic workmanship. Cf. Sedov, B.B. Finno-Ug...

10th-11th century AD. A silver Scandinavian type pendant (also widespread in the historical Rus region), with central boss and symbol of seven rad...

6th-10th century AD. A gilt-bronze bar with angled upper edge, chamfered in profile, with hole to accept a stud; to each end a profile bird-head w...

10th-13th century AD. A bifacial silver-gilt mount with ropework border enclosing a rearing beast, addorsed birds above. 1.59 grams, 16mm (3/4"). ...

10th-11th century AD. A gilt-bronze discoid Scandinavian type pendant (also widespread in the historical Rus region), with bird and foliage within...

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