Historical Antiquities 

 




     Our antiquities come from all over Europe. We feature pieces from England, Germany, Austria, France, Belgium, Holland, Ukraine, Hungary and Bulgaria. They are guaranteed genuine antiquities dating from the 5th century BC through the 18th century AD. Occasionally we get earlier and later pieces but that is not our focus. The majority of our pieces are concentrated in the periods of Ancient Rome and the 14th through 15th centuries. Most the are copper alloy (brass and bronze) and most have a green or brown patinas unless otherwise noted.

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This site was last updated on 1/8/2024

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Virtually all of the antiquities we sell are stray field finds. Almost all were dug from European farmers’ fields during plowing season. We take great pains to ensure that none of the pieces we sell were taken from archaeological sites.


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373. A Romano British Dolphin Style folding spoon handle. Found in England. $30.00.
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381. A large Romano British stamped Y shaped belt mount. Found in England. $15.00.
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503. A 12th or early 13th, crusader period, German century iron knife sheath mount. Sheath mounts of this exact sort are illustrated in figures 820 a & b in David Nicolle’s book Arms and Armour of the Crusading Era: Western Europe and the Crusader States. $30.00.
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549. Celtic horse harness ring. This piece was originally identified as a 1st century Celtic Bangle bracelet. While this may be accurate, it is more likely to be a ring from a horse harness bit. Several horse equipment experts of my acquaintance have conferred with this identification. Found in England. $150.00
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589. A 14th century Bulgarian belt mount. This mount is undecorated and has a large attachment lug on the back bent forward in such a way that it either was affixed to a thick belt or was used as a button. 1/2" wide. $10.00
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592. A nice 14th century Bulgarian belt mount. This mount retains both of its attachment lugs on the back. 1/2" long. $15.00
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598. A lovely 14th century Bulgarian belt mount made from sheet. It is decorated with radial lines. This mount has a portion of its attachment lug. 1/2" wide. $12.00
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637. A nice Roman strap end found in Bulgaria. It retains both of its loop type attachment lugs. $12.00
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680. A thin 6th-7th century, migration period, belt mount. Found in Bulgaria. $10.00
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776. A Roman first century Hinged Dolphin type brooch. Found in Austria. $25.00
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797. A Roman/Byzantine ring fragment decorated with a stamped bezel. Found in Bulgaria. $5.00.
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835. A square, decorated 14th century Bulgarian belt mount. 1/2" wide. $15.00
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837. A square, decorated 14th century Bulgarian belt mount. 1/2" wide. $15.00
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847. A 14th century Bulgarian belt mount. It retains both of its original attachment lugs. 3/4" wide. $15.00
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849. A 14th century mushroom shaped Bulgarian belt mount. 1/2" wide. $15.00
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850. A 14th century Bulgarian belt mount. 1/2" wide. $10.00
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859. A 14th century Bulgarian belt mount. It retains its original attachment lug. Professionally cleaned. 1/2" wide. $8.00
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861. A round 14th century Bulgarian belt stud. It retains its original attachment lug. Professionally cleaned. 1/3" wide. $8.00
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888. A gorgeous Celtic belt stud found in England. It is decorated with a spiral motif and retains its original attachment lug. This a truly beautiful piece. The photo does not do it justice. 1/2" wide. $65.00
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892. A 14th century sheet belt mount found in Bulgaria. 1/2" wide. $15.00
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896. A large 14th century Bulgarian button fragment. 1/2" wide. $8.00
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899. A large 14th century Bulgarian buckle plate. 1 1/4" wide. $8.00
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920. A 14th century Bulgarian rectangular double loop buckle. 1" wide. $10.00
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970. A Byzantine eye ring fragment. Found in Bulgaria. The bezel is decorated with six punched "eyes". This sort of ring was talismanic in nature and used to ward off the evil eye. Professionally cleaned. $15.00
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985. A beautiful 16th century Bulgarian horse harness mount decorated with a now faint heraldic eagle. Professionally cleaned. $15.00
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1022. An iron Roman tumbler lock hasp from a large door or chest. Found in Bulgaria. Stable and professionally cleaned. $25.00
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1023. A 12th-13th century tang style knife blade. Stable and professionally cleaned. Found in Bulgaria. 2 3/4" long. $50.00
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1029. A 14th century scale style knife blade. Stable and professionally cleaned. Found in Bulgaria. 4 1/2" long. $45.00
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1041. A 14th century Bulgarian furniture nail with the complete shaft. Found in Bulgaria. $8.00
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1043. A 14th century Bulgarian furniture nail lacking the shaft. Found in Bulgaria. $5.00
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1045. A 14th century Bulgarian furniture nail lacking the shaft. Found in Bulgaria. $5.00
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1046. A 14th century Bulgarian furniture nail lacking the shaft. Found in Bulgaria. $5.00
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1074. A large embossed Roman chariot pole finial. Found in Bulgaria. $15.00
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1080. A Byzantine strap slider. Found in Bulgaria. $5.00
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1083. A Byzantine strap slider. Found in Bulgaria. $5.00
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1100. A 16th century Bulgarian button. $5.00
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1139. A 16th century Bulgarian button. $6.00
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1144. A hollow Roman earring fragment. Found in Bulgaria. $15.00
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1146. A 16th century Bulgarian knife handle butt plate. $3.00
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1148. A 16th century Bulgarian knife handle butt plate. $3.00
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1149. A 16th century Bulgarian knife handle butt plate. $3.00
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1158. A fragment of a cruciform pierced belt plate from a Roman legionary's Cingulum militare, or military belt. Found in Bulgaria. It is identical to examples found at Caerlon, England. $20.00
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1174. A 14th century Bulgarian lead weight for a balance scale. $5.00
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1188. A large Roman lunar belt mount. Found in Bulgaria. Professionally cleaned. $15.00
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1212. A Roman finger ring bezel setting for a cabochon and most of the shank. Found in Bulgaria. Professionally cleaned. $10.00
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1213. A Roman finger ring bezel. Found in Bulgaria. Professionally cleaned. $5.00
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1229. A Roman finger ring bezel setting for a cabochon. Found in Bulgaria. $5.00
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1234. A Roman finger ring bezel setting for a cabochon. Found in Bulgaria. $5.00
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1238. A Celtic money ring. Found in Bulgaria. Rings of this sort were early forms of currency within the Celtic tribes. $15.00
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1239. A Celtic money ring. Found in Bulgaria. Rings of this sort were early forms of currency within the Celtic tribes. $10.00
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1248. A 6th-7th century migration period belt mount. Found in Bulgaria. This mount features a circle motif and retains its original attachment lug. $15.00
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1250. A simple 9th-11th century Viking belt mount with engraved circles. Found in Bulgaria. $35.00
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1252-2. A nice silver Roman earring. Found in Bulgaria. $15.00
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1253. A large Roman strap end. Found in Bulgaria. This mount features incised line decoration and retains its original loop type attachment lug. This piece was cast in a three piece mold and the parting line is clearly visible on the back. $20.00
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1254. A lovely 6th- 8th century Byzantine belt mount with dot in circle decoration and an starburst central motif. All were originally in filled with niello of which a substantial portion remains. $15.00
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1256-2. A 14th century strap end. Found in Bulgaria. This strap end retains both of its original attachment lugs. $15.00
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1257. A little round 14th century horse harness pendant. Found in Bulgaria. $3.00
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1257. A 4th-6th century B.C. Greek bronze arrow point. Found in Bulgaria. $10.00
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1268. A tiny 4th-6th century B.C. Greek bronze arrow point. Found in Bulgaria. $15.00
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1271. A large 16th century Turkish horse harness strap junction. Found in Austria. $20.00
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1281. A 13th century sliding weight from a "steelyard" scale. Found in Bulgaria. $15.00
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1288. A fragmentary Celtic bracelet decorated with a punched dot design. Found in Bulgaria. $20.00
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1289. A fragmentary Celtic bracelet. Found in Bulgaria. $15.00
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1297. A Roman ring fragment with a filework decorated bezel. Found in Bulgaria. $15.00
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1301. A Celtic bronze "money ring" of the sort used by the Danubian Celts. Found in Bulgaria. $10.00
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1305. The bezel from a Roman ring. Found in Bulgaria. $5.00
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1308. A Roman ring fragment with a setting for a stone, now lost. Found in Bulgaria. $15.00
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1325. A 9th-11th century Byzantine Stratig's lead bulla or seal. Found in Bulgaria. Stratigs were the regional heads of the Byzantine Emperor's administration. $15.00
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1329. A Roman lead weight. Found in Bulgaria. $3.00
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1330. A Roman lead weight. Found in Bulgaria. $3.00
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1332. A Roman lead weight. Found in Bulgaria. $3.00
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1338. A nearly complete second half of the Roman first century Colchester type brooch. Lacking only the pin. Found in Bulgaria. $25.00
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1358. A Celtic bracelet. Found in Austria. $10.00
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1362. A fragment of a large, ornate, 17th century shoe buckle. Found in Austria. $1.00
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1365. A nice early 18th century shoe clasp. Found in Austria. Price reduced from $5.00. $1.00
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1379. A Celtic money ring of the sort used by the Danubian Celts. Found in Austria. $10.00
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1382. A portion of the chape from a large 11th-13th century, crusader period, sword scabbard. Found in Austria. $20.00.
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1386. A 14th knife or sword scabbard chape found in Austria. $10.00
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1391. A nice 2nd-3rd century Romano British strap end of leaf form. Found in England. $15.00
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1396. A large 14th century buckle plate covered with wigglework motifs. Found in Austria. $15.00
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1405. A gilded 14th century oval shaped belt mount. Found in Austria. $5.00
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1408. A 14th century horse harness pendant. Found in Austria. $5.00
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1409. Half of a large, decorated, 14th century letter "S". It is of a type commonly attached to the caskets of the nobility. $20.00
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1434. A 4th-6th century B.C. Greek bronze arrow point. Found in Bulgaria. $20.00
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1439. A 4th-6th century B.C. Greek bronze arrow point. Found in Bulgaria. $20.00
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1441. A 4th-6th century B.C. Greek trilobed bronze arrow point. Found in Bulgaria. $20.00
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1444. A tobacco pipe dating between 1680 and 1700. Found in Holland. It is missing the stem but is stamped with a clear maker's mark in the form of a jug. Records survive which will allow, with a little research, the maker of this pipe to be known. The upper edge is decorated and the surfaces are clean and smooth. $20.00
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1445. A tobacco pipe dating between 1620 and 1640. Found in Holland. It is missing the stem but is stamped with a maker's mark. Records survive which will allow, with a little research, the maker of this pipe to be known. The upper edge is decorated and the stem was originally decorated at the point of the break. $20.00
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1446. A tobacco pipe dating between 1640 and 1660. Found in Holland. It is missing the stem but is stamped with a clear maker's mark in the form of a hunting horn. Records survive which will allow, with a little research, the maker of this pipe to be known. The upper edge is decorated and the surfaces are clean and smooth. $20.00
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1448. A tobacco pipe dating between 1650 and 1660. Found in Holland. It is missing part of the stem but is stamped with a clear maker's mark reading "RB". Records survive which will allow, with a little research, the maker of this pipe to be known. The upper edge is decorated and the surfaces are clean and smooth. $25.00
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1452. A fine early Christian Byzantine ring fragment dating from about the 5th Century. It features a fish motif which had long been a Christian religious symbol. It is an excellent piece. $25.00
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1457. A Roman finger ring fragment with a small bezel. Found in Bulgaria. $5.00
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1478. A folis of the Byzantine Emperor Basil I, who reigned from 867 to 886. He came to power by murdering his mentor Emperor Michael III. He pushed the Byzantine empire eastward toward the Euphrates river and strengthened the empire's hold on southern Italy. In church affairs he reconciled the moderate and extremist factions led by patriarchs Photius and St. Ignatius of Constantinople. With coins such as these he paid his feared Varangian guard, which was made up largely of Viking and other foreign mercenaries. The coin features a portrait of Christ on the obverse and the emperors name “BASILE” repeated several times on the reverse. Good condition. $25.00
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1480. A folis of the Byzantine Emperor Basil I, who reigned from 867 to 886. He came to power by murdering his mentor Emperor Michael III. He pushed the Byzantine empire eastward toward the Euphrates river and strengthened the empire's hold on southern Italy. In church affairs he reconciled the moderate and extremist factions led by patriarchs Photius and St. Ignatius of Constantinople. With coins such as these he paid his feared Varangian guard, which was made up largely of Viking and other foreign mercenaries. The coin features a portrait of Christ on the obverse and the emperors name “BASILE” repeated several times on the reverse. Fair condition. $20.00
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1481. A folis of the Byzantine Emperor Basil I, who reigned from 867 to 886. He came to power by murdering his mentor Emperor Michael III. He pushed the Byzantine empire eastward toward the Euphrates river and strengthened the empire's hold on southern Italy. In church affairs he reconciled the moderate and extremist factions led by patriarchs Photius and St. Ignatius of Constantinople. With coins such as these he paid his feared Varangian guard, which was made up largely of Viking and other foreign mercenaries. The coin features a portrait of Christ on the obverse and the emperors name “BASILE” repeated several times on the reverse. Fair condition. $20.00
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1482. A folis of the Byzantine Emperor Basil I, who reigned from 867 to 886. He came to power by murdering his mentor Emperor Michael III. He pushed the Byzantine empire eastward toward the Euphrates river and strengthened the empire's hold on southern Italy. In church affairs he reconciled the moderate and extremist factions led by patriarchs Photius and St. Ignatius of Constantinople. With coins such as these he paid his feared Varangian guard, which was made up largely of Viking and other foreign mercenaries. The coin features a portrait of Christ on the obverse and the emperors name “BASILE” repeated several times on the reverse. Fair condition. $20.00
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1483. A folis of the Byzantine Emperor Basil I, who reigned from 867 to 886. He came to power by murdering his mentor Emperor Michael III. He pushed the Byzantine empire eastward toward the Euphrates river and strengthened the empire's hold on southern Italy. In church affairs he reconciled the moderate and extremist factions led by patriarchs Photius and St. Ignatius of Constantinople. With coins such as these he paid his feared Varangian guard, which was made up largely of Viking and other foreign mercenaries. The coin features a portrait of Christ on the obverse and the emperors name “BASILE” repeated several times on the reverse. Fair condition. $20.00
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1506. A 14th century strap keeper. Found in England. $8.00
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1522. A simple English 13th-14th century, fold over type strap end. $8.00
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1525. A 14th century bronze dagger chape. Found in England. $15.00
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1546. A fine 16th century English foliate form sword belt toggle plate. This the plate that would have attached to the scabbard. $25.00
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1549. A 14th century belt mount. Found in Bulgaria. This mount retains its original attachment lug. $5.00
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1601. A Roman finger ring with a bezel for a gemstone. Found in Macedonia. $8.00
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1604. A large, beautiful Byzantine belt slider. Found in Macedonia. Both slider straps are present on the rear. $15.00
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1607. A fragmentary 16th century figure eight buckle. Found in Macedonia. $2.00
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1618. A 17th century buckle lacking the central bar. Found in Holland. $4.00
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1633. A fragmentary 17th century Austrian buckle with molded decorations. $1.00
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1645. An anchor chape from a 17th century buckle. Found in Holland. $1.00
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1647. A small 17th century wooden pulley wheel. Found in Holland. $5.00
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1652. A 16th century Dutch "woolpack" or cloth merchant's seal. $10.00
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1653. A 16th century Dutch "woolpack" or cloth merchant's seal. The seal features the maker's initials "NI". $15.00
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1654. A 16th century Dutch "woolpack" or cloth merchant's seal. The seal is decorated with a lovely sun in splendor and may still contain a small bit of fabric. $20.00
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1655. A 17th century Dutch "woolpack" or cloth merchant's seal. The seal is open and hand engraved on the reverse with a "707.". $10.00
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1656. A 17th century Dutch "woolpack" or cloth merchant's seal. The seal is decorated and hand engraved on the reverse with a "BB.". $15.00
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1656. A 16th century Dutch "woolpack" or cloth merchant's seal. The front is decorated with a fleur de lis and the reverse features a cross issuing from a heart. $20.00
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1661. A 17th century tobacco pipe. Found in Holland. It is missing the stem but is stamped with a clear maker's mark. Records survive which will allow the maker of this pipe to me known. The upper edge is decorated and the surfaces are clean and smooth. $15.00
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1662. A 17th century tobacco pipe. Found in Holland. It is missing the stem but is stamped with a clear maker's mark. Records survive which will allow the maker of this pipe to me known. The upper edge is decorated and the surfaces are clean and smooth. $15.00
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1666. The upper section of a 10th century Viking ring. Found in Lincolnshire. England. This ring was made in the manner of twisted bronze wires like a torc. A rare example of a man sized ring. Clear definition and although fragmentary, a very scarce item. Ring internal diameter 16 mm, external diameter 25mm and 6mmthich at top. $45.00
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1674. A nice example of a 4th century, "Totworth" type Romano British strap end. Vaguely acorn shaped with flat tang and rivet hole. It is decorated with punched dots. Found in Wiltshire, England. 31mm by 12mm. $30.00
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1692. A Viking spindle whorl. Found in England. $50.00
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1692. An Anglo-Norse plate brooch with. Found in England. $65.00
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1713. A fine Romano-British "Hod Hill class B" fibula. Found in England and dating to circa AD 43-70. This brooch is extremely similar to Hattatt #51 which was actually found at the fort at Hod Hill, Dorset. Like that example this fibula is also heavily tinned. $30.00.
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1734. A tinned 14th century belt stud. Found in England. $15.00
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1757. A nice 11th-12th century, crusader period roped buckle. Found in Holland. $45.00
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1758. A 16th century horse harness buckle. Found in England. $10.00
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1768. A plain Viking spindle whorl. Found in England. $40.00
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1777. A 14th century buckle plate. Found in England. $5.00
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1778. A 14th century buckle plate retaining a portion of the original leather strap. Found in England. $25.00
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1779. A 13th-14th century engraved sandwich type strap end. Found in England. $20.00
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1780. An engraved 14th century buckle plate. Found in England. $20.00
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1784. A 12th-13th century, crusader period, buckle. Found in England. $15.00
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1790. A 12th-13th century, crusader period, buckle. Found in England. $15.00
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1795. A 12th-13th century, crusader period, buckle fragment. Found in England. $15.00
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1797. A 13th-14th century, integral plate spur buckle. Found in England. $20.00.
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1799. A large 14th century ridged, pointed loop buckle fragment. Found in England. $15.00
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1800. A 14th century folding clasp buckle with plate. Found in England. $15.00
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1809. A 14th century strap keeper. Found in England. $15.00
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1810. A 14th century strap keeper/buckle. Found in England. $15.00
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1812. A square 15th century figure eight buckle. Found in England. $15.00
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1814. A large round 15th century figure eight buckle. Found in England. $15.00
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1815. A large round 15th century figure eight buckle. Found in England. $15.00
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1819. A 15th century figure eight buckle fragment. Found in England. $5.00
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1826. A 17th century figure eight buckle. Found in England. $5.00
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1830. A 17th century horse harness buckle. Found in England. $5.00
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1832. A 16th century buckle plate. Found in Holland. $3.00
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1834. A 17th century buckle chape. Found in Holland. $3.00
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1837. A 17th century buckle chape. Found in Holland. $1.00
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1838. A 17th century buckle chape. Found in Holland. $2.00
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1844. A 17th century buckle. Found in Holland. $5.00
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1846. A 17th century figure eight sheet buckle. Found in Holland. $5.00
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1847. A 17th century square buckle. Found in Holland. $5.00
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1848. A 17th century figure eight buckle. Found in Holland. $5.00
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1849. A 17th century figure eight horse harness buckle. Found in Holland. $5.00
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1862. An exceptionally fine, late 16th or early 17th century Dutch bobbin lace spindle. Found in Holland. Slight damage o the back but otherwise an extremely rare survival. The quality of this item bears testimony that it has never been in the ground. $100.00
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1869. A small 16th century Dutch pin. Found in Holland. Pins of this sort were made by winding wire around the shaft to form the head. In the late 16th century the Dutch had their own industrial revolution when thousands of these pins were produced for sale throughout Europe. Bent. $10.00
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1870. A small 16th century Dutch pin. Found in Holland. Pins of this sort were made by winding wire around the shaft to form the head. In the late 16th century the Dutch had their own industrial revolution when thousands of these pins were produced for sale throughout Europe. Bent. $10.00
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1885. One half of a 17th century Dutch six stuiver coin. Found in Holland. The value of this cut coin would have been three stuivers. Stuivers were the basic coin of the Low Countries at this time. $10.00
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1894. A tinned 17th century copper duit coin minted in Friesland, inscribed "Frisia". Found in Holland. A duit was 1/8 stuiver. $10.00
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1895. A 17th century copper duit coin from Holland. Found in Holland. A duit was 1/8 stuiver. $2.00
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1898. A dated 16?? copper duit coin minted in West Friesland, inscribed "West Frisia". Found in Holland. A duit was 1/8 stuiver. $10.00
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1900. An early to mid 18th century copper duit coin from Gelderland. Found in Holland. A duit was 1/8 stuiver. $10.00
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1903. A dated 1720 copper duit coin minted in Holland, inscribed "Hollandia". Found in Holland. A duit was 1/8 stuiver. $10.00
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1907. A 17th copper duit minted in Friesland. This type of coin dated from 1675 to 1688. Found in Holland. A duit was 1/8 stuiver. $10.00
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1909. A dated 1756 copper duit coin minted in Holland, inscribed "Hollandia". Found in Holland. A duit was 1/8 stuiver. This type of coin was minted from 1702 to 1780. $10.00
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1915. A dated 1676 silver 2 stuiver coin minted in Friesland, inscribed "Frisia". Found in Holland. Stuivers were the basic coin of the Low Countries at this time. $10.00
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1916. A 17th century copper duit coin minted in Overijssel, inscribed Overijssel, inscribed "Trasisvlania". Found in Holland. A duit was 1/8 stuiver. $10.00
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1918. A dated 1693 copper duit coin minted in Gelderland, inscribed "Gelriae". Found in Holland. A duit was 1/8 stuiver. $10.00
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1922. A 17th century copper duit coin minted in Friesland, inscribed "Frisia". Found in Holland. A duit was 1/8 stuiver. $10.00
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1923. An 18th century copper duit coin minted in Holland, inscribed "Hollandia". Found in Holland. A duit was 1/8 stuiver. $10.00
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1929. A 14th-15th century lead weight. Found in Holland. $15.00.
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1930. A large 14th-15th century lead weight. Found in Holland. $15.00
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1931. A large 15th-16th century lead weight. Found in Holland. $15.00
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1932. A domed 16th century lead weight. Found in Holland. $15.00
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1932. A cupped 13th-14th century lead weight. Found in Holland. $20.00
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1934. A domed 14th century lead weight. Found in Holland. $20.00
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1935. A cupped 12th-13th century, crusader period, lead weight. Found in Holland. $25.00
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1936. A large domed 14th century lead weight. Found in Holland. $20.00
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1937. A nested cup type 15th century lead weight. Found in Holland. $20.00
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1938. A large, elaborately decorated 16th century lead weight. Found in Holland. $25.00
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1939. A nice 16th century thimble. Found in Holland. $25.00
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1943. A 16th century musket ball. Found in Holland. $15.00
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1944. A 16th century musket ball. Found in Holland. $15.00
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1946. A 16th century musket ball. Found in Holland. $15.00
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1947. A 16th century musket ball. Found in Holland. $15.00
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1951. A 16th century musket ball. Found in Holland. $15.00
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1955. A Sub-Roman Celtic chariot reign or "terret" ring. Found in England. $55.00
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1956. A 16th century "woolpack" trade seal inscribed with the Roman numeral II. Found in Holland. $10.00
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1957. A 17th century "woolpack" trade seal inscribed with the numbers 19-19. Found in Holland. $10.00
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1958. A 16th century "woolpack" trade seal. Found in Holland. $5.00
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1960. A 16th century "woolpack" trade seal. Found in Holland. $5.00
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1962. A 16th century "woolpack" trade seal. Found in Holland. $5.00
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1963. A 16th century "woolpack" trade seal inscribed with the Roman numeral II. Found in Holland. $10.00
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1966. A 16th century "woolpack" trade seal inscribed with "C.D.R.B.". Found in Holland. $10.00
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1967. A 16th century "woolpack" trade seal. Found in Holland. $5.00
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1969. A 15th century "woolpack" trade seal decorated with a beautiful anagram of the merchant's name. Found in Holland. $10.00
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1971. A 15th century "woolpack" trade seal decorated with marshaled arms of Augsburg to the left and a seme of billets to the right. Found in Holland. $15.00
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1972. A 16th century "woolpack" trade seal. Found in Holland. $5.00
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1973. A 16th century "woolpack" trade seal. Found in Holland. $5.00
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1974. A 17th century box type "woolpack" trade seal inscribed "AVS" and "NVS". Found in Holland. $10.00
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1976. A 16th century "woolpack" trade seal. Found in Holland. $5.00
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1979. An 18th century box type"woolpack" trade seal "Erias Bugel". Found in Holland. On the reverse is the inscription "Amsterdam". $10.00
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1981. A 16th century "woolpack" trade seal which was sealed so tightly as to pick up the texture of the cloth to which it was attached. Found in Holland. $10.00
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1982. A 16th century "woolpack" trade seal inscribed with a W and a O. Found in Holland. $10.00
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1983. A 16th century "woolpack" trade seal. Found in Holland. $5.00
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1984. A 16th century Kosher seal. Found in Holland. Inscribed ".AANT V" in European characters on the obverse and a Hebrew inscription on the reverse. Used by Jewish merchants to proclaim that their products were made under the rules of the Kosher laws. $10.00
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1985. A 17th century box type "woolpack" trade seal inscribed with the number 4. Found in Holland. $10.00
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1986. A 16th century "woolpack" trade seal. Found in Holland. $5.00
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1987. A 16th century "woolpack" trade seal inscribed a beautiful anagram of the merchant's name. Found in Holland. $10.00
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1988. A large 16th century "woolpack" trade seal decorated with the crossed keys of St. Peter. Found in Holland. This emblem was used by the Pope and other high ranking church officials. This emblem connotes products destined for use by the Pope at Rome. It also bears the inscription "VET". $12.00
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1989. A large 14th century "woolpack" trade seal bearing a beautiful inscription in gothic lettering. Found in Holland. $20.00
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1990. A large 16th century "woolpack" trade seal decorated with the crossed keys of St. Peter. Found in Holland. This emblem was used by the Pope and other high ranking church officials. This emblem connotes products destined for use by the Pope at Rome. It also bears the inscription "VET". $15.00
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1991. An inscribed 16th century "woolpack" trade seal. Found in Holland. $5.00
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1992. A large 16th century "woolpack" trade seal decorated with the crossed keys of St. Peter within a shield. Found in Holland. This emblem was used by the Pope and other high ranking church officials. This emblem connotes products destined for use by the Pope at Rome. $15.00
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1994. A 16th century "woolpack" trade seal inscribed with the Roman numeral V. Found in Holland. $10.00
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1995. A 16th century "woolpack" trade seal inscribed ".GAN. W.". Found in Holland. $10.00
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1996. An inscribed 16th century "woolpack" trade seal. Found in Holland. $5.00
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1997. A 16th century "woolpack" trade seal. Found in Holland. $5.00
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1998. A 16th century "woolpack" trade seal inscribed "394.". Found in Holland. $10.00
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1999. A 16th century "woolpack" trade seal decorated with a crowned escutcheon with a lion rampant. Found in Holland. $12.00
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2000. A 16th century Kosher seal. Found in Holland. Used by Jewish merchants to proclaim that their products were made under the rules of the Kosher laws. $25.00
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2001. A 16th century "woolpack" trade seal inscribed "SS". Found in Holland. $10.00
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2003. An inscribed 16th century "woolpack" trade seal. Found in Holland. $5.00
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2005. A 17th century "woolpack" trade seal inscribed "ACC 47P". Found in Holland. $10.00
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2006. A 17th century "woolpack" trade seal inscribed "AMSTEL AMST AMS". Found in Holland. $10.00
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2007. A 16th century "woolpack" trade seal decorated with heraldry. Found in Holland. $10.00
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2008. A large 16th century "woolpack" trade seal decorated with the crossed keys of St. Peter within a shield. Found in Holland. This emblem was used by the Pope and other high ranking church officials. This emblem connotes products destined for use by the Pope at Rome. $15.00
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2009. An inscribed 16th century "woolpack" trade seal. Found in Holland. $5.00
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2010. A 16th century "woolpack" trade seal decorated with the crossed keys of St. Peter within a shield. Found in Holland. This emblem was used by the Pope and other high ranking church officials. This emblem connotes products destined for use by the Pope at Rome. $15.00
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2011. A 15th century "woolpack" trade seal decorated with a beautiful anagram of the merchant's name. Found in Holland. $15.00
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2013. A 17th century box type "woolpack" trade seal bearing the religious inscription "St. WM.". Found in Holland. On the reverse is the inscription " RM O". $10.00
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2015. A 16th century Kosher seal. Found in Holland. Inscribed "4 DNN" in European characters on the obverse and a Hebrew inscription on the reverse. Used by Jewish merchants to proclaim that their products were made under the rules of the Kosher laws. $10.00
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2016. A 17th century box type "woolpack" trade seal inscribed "S&T". Found in Holland. $10.00
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2017. A 17th century "woolpack" trade seal. Found in Holland. $5.00
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2018. A 16th century Kosher seal. Found in Holland. Inscribed "8 GEND V" in European characters on the obverse and a Hebrew inscription on the reverse. Used by Jewish merchants to proclaim that their products were made under the rules of the Kosher laws. $10.00
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2019. A 17th century "woolpack" trade seal dated "1627". Found in Holland. $10.00
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2021. A 16th century Kosher seal. Found in Holland. Used by Jewish merchants to proclaim that their products were made under the rules of the Kosher laws. $25.00
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2022. A 17th century box type “woolpack” trade seal. Found in Holland. $5.00
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2023. A 16th century "woolpack" trade seal. Found in Holland. $5.00
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2024. A 16th century "woolpack" trade seal. Found in Holland. $5.00
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2025. A 16th century Kosher seal. Found in Holland. Inscribed in European characters on the obverse and a Hebrew inscription on the reverse. Used by Jewish merchants to proclaim that their products were made under the rules of the Kosher laws. $5.00
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2026. An 18th century box type "woolpack" trade seal. Found in Holland. $5.00
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2027. An 18th century box type "woolpack" trade seal. Found in Holland. $5.00
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2027. An 18th century box type "woolpack" trade seal inscribed ".C. Mortma". Found in Holland. On the reverse is the inscription "Venica". $10.00
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2029. An 18th century box type "woolpack" trade seal. Found in Holland. $10.00
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2031. A 16th century "woolpack" trade seal. Found in Holland. $5.00
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2032. A 16th century Kosher seal. Found in Holland. Inscribed "11 OEND V" in European characters on the obverse and a Hebrew inscription on the reverse. Used by Jewish merchants to proclaim that their products were made under the rules of the Kosher laws. $10.00
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2034. A 17th century "woolpack" trade seal inscribed "A". Found in Holland. $10.00
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2035. A 16th century Kosher seal. Found in Holland. Inscribed "10 OEM" in European characters on the obverse and a Hebrew inscription on the reverse. Used by Jewish merchants to proclaim that their products were made under the rules of the Kosher laws. $10.00
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2036. A 17th century box type "woolpack" trade seal inscribed "1661 AMST". Found in Holland. $10.00
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2037. A 17th century box type "woolpack" trade seal inscribed "FNL". Found in Holland. $10.00
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2038. A 17th century "woolpack" trade seal retaining fragments of the original textile to which it was originally attached. Found in Holland. $20.00
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2039. A 16th century "woolpack" trade seal featuring the arms of Augsburg. Found in Holland. $20.00
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2040. A 16th century Kosher seal. Found in Holland. Inscribed in European characters on the obverse and a Hebrew inscription on the reverse. Used by Jewish merchants to proclaim that their products were made under the rules of the Kosher laws. $5.00
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2041. A 16th century Kosher seal. Found in Holland. Inscribed "3 DOND V" in European characters on the obverse and a Hebrew inscription on the reverse. Used by Jewish merchants to proclaim that their products were made under the rules of the Kosher laws. $10.00
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2043. A 16th century "woolpack" trade seal inscribed "C". Found in Holland. $10.00
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2044. A 16th century "woolpack" trade seal decorated with the crossed keys of St. Peter within a shield. Found in Holland. This emblem was used by the Pope and other high ranking church officials. This emblem connotes products destined for use by the Pope at Rome. $15.00
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2045. A 16th-17th century "woolpack" trade seal inscribed "4901". Found in Holland. $10.00
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2046. A 16th century Kosher seal. Found in Holland. Inscribed "10 DON V" in European characters on the obverse and a Hebrew inscription on the reverse. Used by Jewish merchants to proclaim that their products were made under the rules of the Kosher laws. $10.00
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2047. A large 16th century "woolpack" trade seal decorated with a full heraldic achievement. Found in Holland. Inscribed with the letter "B" on the reverse. The arms are identical to those found on the clay tobacco pipe #2066. $12.00
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2048. A 16th century "woolpack" trade seal. Found in Holland. $5.00
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2049. A 15th century "woolpack" trade seal decorated with a beautiful anagram of the merchant's name. Found in Holland. $15.00
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2050. A 16th century "woolpack" trade seal. Found in Holland. $5.00
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2051. A 16th century "woolpack" trade seal. Found in Holland. $5.00
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2062. The bowl from a 17th century tobacco pipe inscribed with a crowned "VR". Found in Holland. $15.00
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2064. The bowl from a 17th century tobacco pipe with a clear makers mark in the form of a "+2". Found in Holland. There are books which should allow the maker of this pipe to be easily identified. $10.00
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2065. The bowl from a 17th century tobacco pipe with a clear makers mark in the form of a crowned "W". Found in Holland. There are books which should allow the maker of this pipe to be easily identified. $10.00
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2066. The bowl from a 17th century tobacco pipe with a clear makers mark in the form of a crowned coat of arms. Found in Holland. There are books which should allow the maker of this pipe to be easily identified. The arms are identical to those found on the woolpack seal #2047. $10.00
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2072. The neck and part of the bottle from a large 17th century, pewter necked glass bottle. Found in Holland. $20.00
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2075. The pewter cap from a 17th century, pewter necked glass bottle. Found in Holland. $7.50
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2077. The pewter cap from a 17th century, pewter necked glass bottle. Found in Holland. $7.50
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2078. The pewter cap from a 17th century, pewter necked glass bottle. Found in Holland. $7.50
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2079. The pewter cap from a 17th century, pewter necked glass bottle. Found in Holland. $7.50
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2082. The pewter cap from a 17th century, pewter necked glass bottle. Found in Holland. $7.50
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2084. The pewter cap and suspension ring from a 17th century, pewter necked glass bottle. Found in Holland. $10.00
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2086. The tang and a small portion of the blade from a 17th century table knife. Found in Holland. 2.50
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2087. The bone or ivory handle from a 17th century table knife or other similar item. Found in Holland. $20.00
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2088. The bone or ivory handle from a 17th century table knife or other similar item. Found in Holland. $20.00
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2089. A 17th century bone or ivory hairbrush retaining traces of the original bristles. Found in Holland. $40.00
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2094. A 17th century horse harness bell. Found in Holland. $15.00
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2101. The pewter cap from a 17th century, pewter necked glass bottle. Found in Holland. $5.00
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2102. The pewter cap from a large 17th century, pewter necked glass bottle. Found in Holland. $10.00
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2106. A nice 17th century lock escutcheon plate. Found in Holland. $15.00
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2112. A nice 12th-13th century, crusader period, belt mount with tab type attachment lugs. Found in England. $20.00
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2113. An outstanding Celtic belt mount in the form of a shield. Found in England. $35.00
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2115. A nice Anglo-Saxon strap end retaining the original attachment lugs. Found in England. $35.00
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2150. A 16th or early 17th century jeton or mathematical counter made in Nuremberg. Found in England. Copper alloy counters, of coin like design were used on a checkered counting board to do mathematical calculations. From the 16th and 17th centuries onward Nuremberg, Germany and the Netherlands became major centers for the production of these counters for all of Europe. These were also used commonly as game pieces and sometimes as small change. $10.00.
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2153. A 16th or early 17th century jeton or mathematical counter made in Nuremberg. Found in England. Copper alloy counters, of coin like design were used on a checkered counting board to do mathematical calculations. From the 16th and 17th centuries onward Nuremberg, Germany and the Netherlands became major centers for the production of these counters for all of Europe. These were also used commonly as game pieces and sometimes as small change. $8.00
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2161. A jeton or mathematical counter made in Nuremberg by the master Hans Krauwinckel. Found in England. Hans Krauwinckel was active from 1586 to 1635. Copper alloy counters, of coin like design were used on a checkered counting board to do mathematical calculations. From the 16th and 17th centuries onward Nuremberg, Germany and the Netherlands became major centers for the production of these counters for all of Europe. These were also used commonly as game pieces and sometimes as small change. $15.00.
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2162. Half of a 16th or early 17th century jeton or mathematical counter made in Nuremberg. Found in England. Copper alloy counters, of coin like design were used on a checkered counting board to do mathematical calculations. From the 16th and 17th centuries onward Nuremberg, Germany and the Netherlands became major centers for the production of these counters for all of Europe. These were also used commonly as game pieces and sometimes as small change. $8.00
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2163. A jeton or mathematical counter made in Nuremberg by the master Wulf Laufer. Found in England. Wulf Laufer was active from 1618 to 1660. Copper alloy counters, of coin like design were used on a checkered counting board to do mathematical calculations. From the 16th and 17th centuries onward Nuremberg, Germany and the Netherlands became major centers for the production of these counters for all of Europe. These were also used commonly as game pieces and sometimes as small change. $15.00
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2170. A 16th century English “woolpack” or cloth merchant’s seal. It is decorated with a heraldic motif featuring a sword, cross and stars. $10.00
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2171. A 16th century Kosher seal. Found in England. Used by Jewish merchants to proclaim that their products. $25.00
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2172. A 16th century double “woolpack” or cloth merchant’s seal decorated with a heraldic motif. Found in England. $10.00
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2176. A 17th century English buckle. Found in England. $3.00
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2193. A small piece of a Celtic, bronze dagger blade. Found in England. Extremely Rare. $20.00
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2199. The terminal form an Anglo-Saxon square headed brooch. Identical to several examples in the British Museum. Found in England. $5.00
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2202. A tiny fragment of a Viking Annular brooch. Decorated with punched annulets. Found in England. $5.00
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2203. About half of a Viking Annular brooch. Decorated with punched annulets. Found in England. $40.00
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2209. A 14th century Hanger. These appear to have been used both to suspend oil lamps and to hang heraldic pendants from horse trappings. One arm broken. Found in England. $15.00
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2216. A 16th century double horse hoof knife pommel. Found in England. $10.00
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2217. A 16th century single horse hoof knife pommel. Found in England. $10.00
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2218. A 16th century double horse hoof knife pommel. Found in England. $10.00
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2237. A late 16th century two piece sheet type thimble. Probably produced in Nuremberg, Germany. Found in England. $35.00
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2238. A 15th -16th century sheet type thimble. Found in England. $30.00
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2242. A large 14th- 15th century lead weight. It is decorated with wigglework engraving. Found in England. $10.00
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2248. A partial 16th century bronze weight stamped with a clear maker’s mark. Found in England. $5.00
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2249. A 14th-16th century lead trader’s token and game piece. These tokens were issued by merchants in lieu of coinage and were frequently used as game pieces. Decorated with A shield with a chevron and on the reverse an eagle displayed. Badly worn. Found in England. $10.00
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2250. A 14th-16th century lead trader’s token and game piece. These tokens were issued by merchants in lieu of coinage and were frequently used as game pieces. Found in England. $10.00
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2252. A 14th-16th century lead trader’s token and game piece. These tokens were issued by merchants in lieu of coinage and were frequently used as game pieces. Decorated with finials. Found in England. $10.00
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2255. A 14th-15th century “Boy Bishop’s” festival coin. In this festival, a boy was elected on St. Nicholas's day (6 December), he was dressed in pontifical vestments and, followed by his companions in priest's robes, went in procession round the parish, blessing the people and distributing lead coins. He then took possession of the church, where he presided at all the ceremonies and offices until Holy Innocents' day (28 December). $20.00
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2259. A 14th-16th century lead trader’s token and game piece. These tokens were issued by merchants in lieu of coinage and were frequently used as game pieces. Decorated with initials and a menorah denoting a Jewish merchant. Found in England. $40.00
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2261. A 14th-15th century “Boy Bishop’s” festival coin. In this festival, a boy was elected on St. Nicholas's day (6 December), he was dressed in pontifical vestments and, followed by his companions in priest's robes, went in procession round the parish, blessing the people and distributing lead coins. He then took possession of the church, where he presided at all the ceremonies and offices until Holy Innocents' day (28 December). $20.00
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2263. A 14th-16th century lead trader’s token and game piece. These tokens were issued by merchants in lieu of coinage and were frequently used as game pieces. Decorated with initials. Found in England. $7.00
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2264. A 14th-16th century lead trader’s token and game piece. These tokens were issued by merchants in lieu of coinage and were frequently used as game pieces. Decorated with a tuning fork like motif. $10.00
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2291. A 17th century figure eight buckle. Found in England. $4.00
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2292. A 17th century buckle. Found in England. $4.00
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2304. A 15th century file cut buckle. Found in England. 7.00
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2322. A 15th century figure eight buckle. Found in England. $5.00
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2332. A 14th century buckle plate. Found in England. $3.00
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2338. An "ornate outside edge" roller buckle. Found in England. According to the book . Dress Accessories this type of buckle had incredible longevity being used for nearly 300 years from 1150 to 1400. $15.00.
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2339. An "ornate outside edge" buckle. Found in England. According to the book . Dress Accessories this type of buckle had incredible longevity being used for nearly 300 years from 1150 to 1400. $15.00.
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2342. A 12th-13th century, crusader period, buckle. Found in England. $15.00
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2357. A 12th-13th century, crusader period, buckle fragment. Found in England. $5.00
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2359. A 14th -15th century square buckle with tongue. Found in England. 7.00
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2360. A 12th-13th century, crusader period, buckle. Found in England. $15.00
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2367. A zoomorphic Anglo-Saxon strap end. Found in England. $25.00
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2369. A zoomorphic Anglo-Norse strap end decorated with knotwork. Found in England. $45.00
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2376. An Anglo-Saxon clothing hook. Found in England. $25.00
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2379. A fine Anglo-Saxon wrist clasp. Similar examples are preserved in the British Museum. Found in England. $40.00
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2381. A Romano-British finger ring bezel. Found in England. $15.00.
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2387. A Romano-British finger ring bezel. Found in England. $10.00.
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2390. Half of a Romano-British finger ring bezel. Found in England. $3.00.
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2392. An exceptionally nice Romano-British bronze steelyard type scale weight. Found in England. $20.00
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2394. A roped Viking ring brooch fragment. Found in England. $40.00
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2396. A rare Anglo-Norse lead brooch. Found in England. $50.00
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2401. A Romano-British button or belt slider. Found in England. $10.00.
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2402. A Romano-British button or belt slider. Found in England. $10.00.
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2405. An Anglo-Saxon plate headed brooch fragment. Found in England. $20.00
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2408. A Romano-British furniture mount. Found in England. $10.00
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2411. A huge 14th century strap keeper from a large belt or possibly a horse harness. Found in England. $15.00
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2413. A 14th century acorn ended, forked spacer from a strap end. Found in England. $15.00
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2417. A 14th century belt stud. Found in England. $5.00
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2426. A 14th century arrow form belt mount. Found in England. $15.00
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2438. A 14th century strap end. Found in England. $10.00
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2439. A 14th century strap end. Found in England. $10.00
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2440. A 14th century strap end. Found in England. $10.00
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2442. A 14th century strap end ending in a cruciform terminal. Found in England. $12.00
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2443. A 14th century strap end. Found in England. $10.00
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2444. A 14th century strap end. Found in England. $10.00
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2462. Coptic Garment Insert Fragment with a Dancing Man. Coptic art was developed by the Christian community of Egypt, starting in the 3d century but especially between the 5th and 12th centuries; the term Copt, an Arabic word with Greek roots, identifies a native Christian of Egypt, as opposed to its Muslim or Greek Orthodox inhabitants. Derived from the indigenous folk art of Egypt, Coptic art was also related in its development to Early Christian art and Byzantine art, and was influenced by Islamic art following the Arab conquest of Egypt (641). As a style, Coptic art tends toward abstract, schematic, two-dimensional forms, with a vigorous naivete in the representation of figures. Textiles form the richest heritage of Coptic art. REFERENCES: Diane Lee Carroll, Looms and Textiles of the Copts, California Academy of Sciences, 1988. Framed and Mounted. Egypt, circa. A.D. 500-600. Wool and linen slit tapestry weave. 5 1/2 by 6. $500.00
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2464. Coptic Tunic Border Fragment with Dancing Men. Coptic art was developed by the Christian community of Egypt, starting in the 3d century but especially between the 5th and 12th centuries; the term Copt, an Arabic word with Greek roots, identifies a native Christian of Egypt, as opposed to its Muslim or Greek Orthodox inhabitants. Derived from the indigenous folk art of Egypt, Coptic art was also related in its development to Early Christian art and Byzantine art, and was influenced by Islamic art following the Arab conquest of Egypt (641). As a style, Coptic art tends toward abstract, schematic, two-dimensional forms, with a vigorous naivete in the representation of figures. Textiles form the richest heritage of Coptic art. REFERENCES: Diane Lee Carroll, Looms and Textiles of the Copts, California Academy of Sciences, 1988. Fully Mounted. Egypt, circa. A.D. 500-600. Wool and linen slit tapestry weave. 11 1/2 by 4. $500.00
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2468. Coptic Garment Rondel. Coptic art was developed by the Christian community of Egypt, starting in the 3d century but especially between the 5th and 12th centuries; the term Copt, an Arabic word with Greek roots, identifies a native Christian of Egypt, as opposed to its Muslim or Greek Orthodox inhabitants. Derived from the indigenous folk art of Egypt, Coptic art was also related in its development to Early Christian art and Byzantine art, and was influenced by Islamic art following the Arab conquest of Egypt (641). As a style, Coptic art tends toward abstract, schematic, two-dimensional forms, with a vigorous naivete in the representation of figures. Textiles form the richest heritage of Coptic art. REFERENCES: Diane Lee Carroll, Looms and Textiles of the Copts, California Academy of Sciences, 1988. Unmounted. Egypt, circa. A.D. 500-600. Wool and linen slit tapestry weave. 8 by 8. $300.00
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2469. Coptic Garment Insert Fragment. Coptic art was developed by the Christian community of Egypt, starting in the 3d century but especially between the 5th and 12th centuries; the term Copt, an Arabic word with Greek roots, identifies a native Christian of Egypt, as opposed to its Muslim or Greek Orthodox inhabitants. Derived from the indigenous folk art of Egypt, Coptic art was also related in its development to Early Christian art and Byzantine art, and was influenced by Islamic art following the Arab conquest of Egypt (641). As a style, Coptic art tends toward abstract, schematic, two-dimensional forms, with a vigorous naivete in the representation of figures. Textiles form the richest heritage of Coptic art. REFERENCES: Diane Lee Carroll, Looms and Textiles of the Copts, California Academy of Sciences, 1988. Unmounted. Egypt, circa. A.D. 500-600. Wool and linen slit tapestry weave. 5 1/2 by 5. $300.00
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2470. Coptic Garment Insert Fragment. Coptic art was developed by the Christian community of Egypt, starting in the 3d century but especially between the 5th and 12th centuries; the term Copt, an Arabic word with Greek roots, identifies a native Christian of Egypt, as opposed to its Muslim or Greek Orthodox inhabitants. Derived from the indigenous folk art of Egypt, Coptic art was also related in its development to Early Christian art and Byzantine art, and was influenced by Islamic art following the Arab conquest of Egypt (641). As a style, Coptic art tends toward abstract, schematic, two-dimensional forms, with a vigorous naivete in the representation of figures. Textiles form the richest heritage of Coptic art. REFERENCES: Diane Lee Carroll, Looms and Textiles of the Copts, California Academy of Sciences, 1988. Unmounted. Egypt, circa. A.D. 500-600. Wool and linen slit tapestry weave. 4 1/2 by 4. $300.00
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2471. Embroidered Coptic Garment Insert Fragment. Coptic art was developed by the Christian community of Egypt, starting in the 3d century but especially between the 5th and 12th centuries; the term Copt, an Arabic word with Greek roots, identifies a native Christian of Egypt, as opposed to its Muslim or Greek Orthodox inhabitants. Derived from the indigenous folk art of Egypt, Coptic art was also related in its development to Early Christian art and Byzantine art, and was influenced by Islamic art following the Arab conquest of Egypt (641). As a style, Coptic art tends toward abstract, schematic, two-dimensional forms, with a vigorous naivete in the representation of figures. Textiles form the richest heritage of Coptic art. REFERENCES: Diane Lee Carroll, Looms and Textiles of the Copts, California Academy of Sciences, 1988. Unmounted. Egypt, circa. A.D. 500-600. Wool and linen slit tapestry weave with additional embroidered sections. 5 1/2 by 5. $200.00
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2472. A Sub-Roman Celtic chariot reign or “terret” ring. Found in England. $55.00
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2499. An 18th century tea pot spout. Found in Holland. $3.00
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2503. Five 16th century furniture knobs. Found in Holland. $15.00
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2510. A 17th-18th century lead flint holder from a flintlock rifle or pistol. Found in Holland. $10.00
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2512. A 17th-18th century lead flint holder from a flintlock rifle or pistol. Found in Holland. $10.00
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2531. The decorated bronze sheathing from the handle of a lovely 17th century carving knife. Found in Holland. $10.00
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2538. A portion of a 16th century pewter candle holder. Found in Holland. $5.00
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2544. A Viking tang style knife blade. Found in England. $55.00
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2555. A large 14th century lion's paw from a huge bronze cooking kettle. Found in Holland. $18.00
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2558. A 14th century animal leg from a bronze cooking kettle. Found in Holland. $10.00
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2559. A 14th century leg from a bronze cooking kettle. Found in Holland. $10.00
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2560. A 14th century leg from a bronze cooking kettle. Found in Holland. $10.00
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2564. A small 16th or early 17th century Dutch pin found inside of a shoe. Found in Holland inside of a shoe during the conservation. Pins of this sort were made by winding wire around the shaft to form the head. In the late 16th century the Dutch had their own industrial revolution when thousands of these pins were produced for sale throughout Europe. Bent. $12.00
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2566. The tongue from a 16th century buckle. Found in Holland. $1.00
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2568. A 14th century belt mount. Found in England. This mount retains traces of its original attachment lug. $15.00
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2569. A rare 14th century pewter letter belt mount in the form of an N. Found in Holland. This mount retains both of its original attachment lugs. $45.00
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2570. A rare 14th century pewter letter belt mount in the form of a P. Found in Holland. This mount retains its original attachment lug. $45.00
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2571. A rare 14th century pewter letter belt mount in the form of an IM. Found in Holland. $45.00
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2572. A nice 14th century pewter belt mount. Found in Holland. This mount retains its original attachment lug. $35.00
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2575. A rare 14th century pewter letter belt mount in the form of a S. Found in Holland. This broken mount retains both of its original attachment lugs. Probably from a "Lancastain" style collar of SS. $35.00
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2576. A rare 14th century pewter letter belt mount in the form of a S. Found in Holland. This mount retains both of its original attachment lugs. Probably from a "Lancastain" style collar of SS. $50.00
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2577. A rare 14th century pewter letter belt mount in the form of an DI or IP depending on which way is up. Found in Holland. $40.00
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2580. A rare 14th century pewter letter belt mount in the form of an N. Found in Holland. This mount retains its original attachment lug. $45.00
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2590. A silvered and dated 1765 copper duit coin minted in Holland, inscribed "Hollandia". Found in Holland. A duit was 1/8 stuiver. This type of coin was minted from 1702 to 1780. $10.00
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2591. A dated 1756 copper duit coin minted in Utrecht, inscribed "Stad Utrecht". Found in Holland. A duit was 1/8 stuiver. $15.00
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2593. A silvered 18th century copper duit coin minted in Holland, inscribed "Hollandia". Found in Holland. A duit was 1/8 stuiver. $5.00
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2600. A large 17th-18th iron lamp hook. Found in Holland. Used to hang lamps on a wall. $10.00
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2602. A large 15th century bronze spigot handle. Found in Holland. $5.00
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2608. A large decorated 17th century knife handle butt plate. Found in Holland. $5.00
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2626. Five 16th century glass bead fragments. Found in Holland. White with parallel red and blue stripes. $15.00
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2627. Five 16th century glass bead fragments. Found in Holland. White with parallel red and blue stripes. $15.00
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2628. Five 16th century glass bead fragments. Found in Holland. White with spiraling red stripes. $15.00
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2629. Five 16th century glass bead fragments. Found in Holland. White with spiraling red pinstripes. $15.00
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2630. Five 16th century glass bead fragments. Found in Holland. White with spiraling red pinstripes. $15.00
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2631. Five 16th century glass bead fragments. Found in Holland. White with parallel red and blue stripes. $15.00
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2632. Five 16th century glass bead fragments. Found in Holland. Blue with spiraling red and white stripes. $15.00
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2633. Five 16th century glass bead fragments. Found in Holland. White with spiraling red pinstripes. $15.00
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2634. Five 16th century glass bead fragments. Found in Holland. White with spiraling red pinstripes. $15.00
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2635. Five 16th century glass bead fragments. Found in Holland. White with spiraling red pinstripes. $15.00
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2636. Five 16th century glass bead fragments. Found in Holland. White with spiraling red pinstripes. $15.00
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2637. Five 16th century glass bead fragments. Found in Holland. White with wide spiraling red stripes. $15.00
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2638. Five 16th century glass bead fragments. Found in Holland. White with wide spiraling red stripes. $15.00
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2639. Five 16th century glass bead fragments. Found in Holland. Blue with spiraling red and white stripes. $15.00
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2640. Five 16th century glass bead fragments. Found in Holland. White with wide spiraling red stripes. $15.00
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2641. Six 16th century glass bead fragments. Found in Holland. Blue with spiraling red and white stripes. $15.00
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2642. Six 16th century glass bead fragments. Found in Holland. White with parallel red and blue stripes. $18.00
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2643. Five 16th century glass bead fragments. Found in Holland. White with spiraling red pinstripes. $15.00
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2644. Six 16th century glass bead fragments. Found in Holland. White with parallel red and blue stripes. $18.00
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2648. Five fragmentary 16th century glass beads. Found in Holland. Three red with blue and white stripes, one large ice blue bead and one metal bead. $30.00
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2649. Nine fragmentary 16th century glass beads. Found in Holland. Beads and bead making glass. $30.00
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2650. Nine fragmentary 16th century glass beads. Found in Holland. $30.00
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2652. Nine fragmentary 16th century glass beads. Found in Holland. $30.00
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2653. Nine fragmentary 16th century glass beads. Found in Holland. Beads and bead making glass. $30.00
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2654. Nine fragmentary 16th century glass beads. Found in Holland. Beads and bead making glass. $30.00
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2655. Nine fragmentary 16th century glass beads. Found in Holland. Beads and bead making glass. $30.00
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2657. Nine fragmentary 16th century glass beads and beadmaking supplies. Found in Holland. Beads, bead making glass, two iron tool fragments, and an animal tooth found with them perhaps meant to be mounted into a necklace. $25.00
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2658. Nine fragmentary 16th century glass beads. Found in Holland. $30.00
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2659. Nine fragmentary 16th century glass beads. Found in Holland. Beads and bead making glass. $30.00
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2665. A 17th century copper oord coin minted in Friesland. Found in Holland. An oord was 1/4 stuiver. This type of coin was minted from 1646 to 1649. $10.00
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2668. A 17th century copper oord coin minted in Friesland. Found in Holland. An oord was 1/4 stuiver. This type of coin was minted from 1646 to 1649. $10.00
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2669. A French 14th century Ship Jeton. Found in Belgium. $30.00
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2678. A silvered 2 stuiver coin minted in Holland, probably in Overijssel, dating to the Found in Holland. Stuivers were the basic coin of the Low Countries at this time. $8.00
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2680. A silvered 2 stuiver coin minted in the Low Countries, probably in the city of Nijmegen , dating to the 17th century. Found in Holland. Stuivers were the basic coin of the Low Countries at this time. $10.00
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2688. A 17th copper duit coin minted in Frisia, bearing the inscription "Frisia". Found in Holland. A duit was 1/8 stuiver. This coin probably dates from 1621. $8.00
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2689. A 17th century copper duit coin minted in the city of Kampen in Overijssel, bearing the inscription "Campen". Found in Holland. A duit was 1/8 stuiver. This coin probably dates from 1621. $8.00
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2690. A dated 1690 bezemstuiver coin minted in Frisia bearing the inscription "Frisae.". Found in Holland. Bezemstuivers were single stuiver coins. Stuivers were the basic coin of the Low Countries at this time. $8.00
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2693. A 17th century copper duit coin minted in Gelderland. Found in Holland. A duit was 1/8 stuiver. $5.00
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2699. A dated 1780 copper duit coin minted in Holland, inscribed "Hollandia". Found in Holland. A duit was 1/8 stuiver. $8.00
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2700. A dated 1748 copper duit coin minted in Holland, inscribed "Hollandia". Found in Holland. A duit was 1/8 stuiver. $8.00
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2701. A 17th century copper duit coin minted in Holland, inscribed "Hollandia". Found in Holland. A duit was 1/8 stuiver. $5.00
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2702. A 17th century copper duit coin minted in Holland, inscribed "Hollandia". Found in Holland. A duit was 1/8 stuiver. $5.00
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2704. A dated 169? copper duit coin minted in Friesland, inscribed "Frisiae". Found in Holland. A duit was 1/8 stuiver. $5.00
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2709. A dated 1663 copper duit coin minted in West Friesland, inscribed "West Frisia". Found in Holland. A duit was 1/8 stuiver. $8.00
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2710. A dated 1759 copper duit coin minted in West Friesland, inscribed "West Frisia". Found in Holland. A duit was 1/8 stuiver. $5.00
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2711. A dated 1741 copper duit coin minted in West Friesland, inscribed "West Frisia". Found in Holland. A duit was 1/8 stuiver. $5.00
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2712. A dated 1775 copper duit coin minted in Utrecht, inscribed "Stad Utrecht". Found in Holland. A duit was 1/8 stuiver. $5.00
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2714. A dated 1724 copper duit coin minted in Utrecht, inscribed "Stad Utrecht". Found in Holland. A duit was 1/8 stuiver. $3.00
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2715. An 18th century copper duit coin minted in Utrecht, inscribed "Stad Utrecht". Found in Holland. A duit was 1/8 stuiver. $3.00
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2716. A dated 1768 copper duit coin minted in Utrecht, inscribed "Stad Utrecht". Found in Holland. A duit was 1/8 stuiver. $4.00
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2719. A dated 1755 copper duit coin minted in Utrecht, inscribed "Stad Utrecht". Found in Holland. A duit was 1/8 stuiver. $3.00
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2722. A dated 1651 copper duit coin minted in Utrecht, inscribed "Civ Traiect". Found in Holland. A duit was 1/8 stuiver. $8.00
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2725. An 18th century copper duit coin minted in Zeeland. Found in Holland. A duit was 1/8 stuiver. $2.00
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2726. An 18th century copper duit coin minted in Zeeland. Found in Holland. A duit was 1/8 stuiver. $2.00
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2729. A dated 1724 copper duit coin minted in Zeeland, inscribed "Zeelandia". Found in Holland. A duit was 1/8 stuiver. $4.00
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2730. A dated 1786 copper duit coin minted in Zeeland, inscribed "Zeelandia". Found in Holland. A duit was 1/8 stuiver. 6.00
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2733. A dated 1768 copper duit coin minted in Overijssel, inscribed "Overyssel". Found in Holland. A duit was 1/8 stuiver. 6.00
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2736. A dated 1766 copper duit coin minted in Overijssel, inscribed "Overyssel". Found in Holland. A duit was 1/8 stuiver. 6.00
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2737. A dated 1635 copper duit coin minted in Overijssel, inscribed "Traiectvm". Found in Holland. A duit was 1/8 stuiver. $8.00
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2738. A dated 1614 copper duit coin minted in Overijssel, inscribed "Traiectvm". Found in Holland. A duit was 1/8 stuiver. $10.00
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2741. A dated 1776 copper duit coin minted in the city of Groningen in Ommelanden , bearing the inscription "Gron En Ommel". Found in Holland. A duit was 1/8 stuiver. $8.00
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2742. A dated 1776 copper duit coin minted in the city of Groningen in Ommelanden , bearing the inscription "Gron En Ommel". Found in Holland. A duit was 1/8 stuiver. $8.00
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2772. A rare Celtic sleeve hatchet head. Found near Frankfurt, Germany. These axe heads were fitted onto wooden hafts and were used both as weapons of war and as tools. These iron examples were significant improvements over the bronze sleeve hatchets. 3 inches long by 1.3 inches wide. $75.00
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2773. A rare Celtic sleeve hatchet head. Found near Frankfurt, Germany. These axe heads were fitted onto wooden hafts and were used both as weapons of war and as tools. These iron examples were significant improvements over the bronze sleeve hatchets. 4 inches long by 1.3 inches wide. $75.00
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2774. A 14th century scale type knife blade. Found near Frankfurt, Germany. 5.6 inches long. $20.00
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2779. A large 14th-15th century leather worker's awl. Found in a group of leather worker's tools, near Munich, Germany. 6 inches long. $50.00.
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2785. A large 14th-15th century leather worker's awl. Found in a group of leather worker's tools, near Munich, Germany. 6 inches long. $50.00.
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2789. A 14th century scale handled knife blade with brass bolsters. Found near Stuttgart, Germany. 5.5 inches long. $35.00
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2791. A 14th century scale handled knife blade with brass bolsters. Found near Stuttgart, Germany. 5 inches long. $35.00
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2794. A 14th century horse swivel. Excellent condition. Found near Augsburg, Germany. 3 inches long by 1.75 inches wide. $50.00
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2795. A 14th century iron wall hook. Found near Nürnberg, Germany along with the "dog bone" shaped hinge #2763. 3 inches long by 1.5 inches wide. $20.00
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2800. A large socketed 14th-15th century leather worker's awl. Found in a group of leather worker's tools, near Munich, Germany. 4 inches long by.6 inches wide. $55.00
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2802. An iron 14th-15th century plumb bob. Found in a group of tools, near Munich, Germany. 6 inches long. $35.00
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2806. A beautiful Roman tang style arrow point. Found in Belgium. 4 inches long. $40.00
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2813. A complete 13-14th century ring with a plain bezel. Found in Belgium. $10.00.
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2819. A complete 14th century ring with a bezel engraved with the religious inscription "IHC". Found in Belgium. The inscription is a common medieval corruption of the anagram "IHS" which represented Iesus Humanitas Sanctus, (Jesus Savior of Mankind)This ring could be restored to wearable condition with some careful work. Approximate US Size 8 to 10. $85.00
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2844. A Roman iron finger ring with a plain bezel. US Size 5 or 6. Complete and wearable. Found in Belgium. Because they rust easily Roman iron rings are rare survivals. $15.00
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2847. A Viking finger ring fragment with a triangular bezel. Found in England. $45.00
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2857. A Roman finger ring with a bezel for a gemstone. Complete and wearable. US Size 4. Found in Belgium. $20.00
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2859. A Roman finger ring with a bezel for a gemstone. Found in Belgium. $20.00
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2861. A Roman finger ring with a bezel for a gemstone. Found in Belgium. $10.00
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2863. A Roman finger ring with a bezel for a gemstone. Found in Belgium. $10.00
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2867. A Roman finger ring with a bezel for a gemstone. Complete and wearable, US Size 4 or 5. Found in Belgium. $15.00
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2868. A Roman finger ring with a bezel for a gemstone. Found in Belgium. $10.00
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2870. A Roman finger ring with a bezel for a gemstone. Found in Belgium. $15.00
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2873. A Roman finger ring with a bezel for a gemstone. Complete and wearable. US Size 4 or 5. Found in Belgium. $20.00
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2878. A Roman finger ring with a plain bezel. Found in Belgium. $15.00
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2880. A Roman finger ring with a plain bezel. Found in Belgium. $10.00
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2884. A 14th century ring with a plain bezel. Found in Belgium. $20.00
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2888. A 14th century ring with a plain bezel. Found in Belgium. $20.00
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2889. A Roman signet ring engraved with an ibis. Found in Belgium. Although damaged the impression of the large water fowl on this signet ring still reads quite clearly. $30.00
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2890. A Roman finger ring with an integral key US Size 6 or 7. To wear, this ring would require some careful work by a jeweler. Found in Belgium. Now lacking most of the original ward. $20.00.
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2908. A Frankish box hinge. Found in Belgium. $20.00
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2920. A 15th century belt stud. Found in Belgium. Made from sheet. $5.00
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2921. A 15th century belt stud. Found in Belgium. Made from sheet. $5.00
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2926. A 16th century belt stud. Found in Belgium. Cast. $5.00
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2932. A 17th century thimble. Found in Belgium. Machine pressed brass. $10.00
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2940. A 17th century thimble. Found in Belgium. Machine pressed brass. $10.00
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2942. A 17th century thimble. Found in Belgium. Machine pressed brass. $10.00
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2944. A 17th century thimble. Found in Belgium. Machine pressed brass. $10.00
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2947. A 17th century thimble fragment. Found in Belgium. Machine pressed brass. $1.00
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2951. A 17th century thimble. Found in Belgium. Machine pressed brass. $10.00
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2954. A 17th century thimble. Found in Belgium. Machine pressed brass. $10.00
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2958. A 16th century ring with a shield formed bezel. Found in Belgium. $20.00
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2961. A 16th century ring with a rosette bezel. Found in Belgium. $15.00
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2993. A late 16th century or very early 17th century, Elizabethan period, spur. Found in England. It retains rowel as well as most of both terminals. $150.00
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2994. A late 17th century spur. Found in England. It retains rowel as well as most of both terminals. $100.00
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2998. A 16th century buckle from a horse harness. Found in Belgium. Bronze with an iron tongue. $5.00
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3005. A fragment of a 17th century shoe or garter buckle. Found in Belgium. retains the chape. $1.00
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3010. A 15th century purse hanger buckle. Found in Belgium. This buckle was designed to support an elaborate 15th century purses. It originally had a hook on the bottom which swiveled to allow the purse to be attached and removed. $20.00
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3011. A 14th century round buckle fragment. Found in Belgium. Bronze. $1.00
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3012. A 14th century strap keeper. Found in Belgium. $8.00
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3015. A small Roman buckle plate. Found in Italy. $1.00
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3017. A 17th century buckle. Found in Belgium. $3.00
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3018. A 15th century square figure eight buckle. Found in Belgium. $5.00
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3024. A 15th century round figure eight buckle. Found in Belgium. $4.00
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3026. A 15th century figure eight buckle. Found in Belgium. $5.00
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3037. A 15th century figure eight buckle. Found in Belgium. $5.00
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3038. A 15th century figure eight buckle. Found in Belgium. $5.00
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3039. A 15th century figure eight buckle. Found in Belgium. $5.00
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3041. A 15th century figure eight buckle. Found in Belgium. $5.00
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3052. A 15th century square buckle. Found in Belgium. $3.00
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3054. A 14th century strap keeper. Found in Belgium. $8.00
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3057. A 15th century square figure eight buckle. Found in Belgium. $5.00
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3063. A 14th century strap keeper. Found in Belgium. $8.00
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3064. A 14th century strap keeper. Found in Belgium. $8.00
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3065. A 17th century buckle. Found in Belgium. $2.00
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3077. A small distorted 14th or 15th century round pewter shoe buckle. Found in Belgium. This type of buckle is well-documented for its use on medieval footwear. Several similar examples appear in Shoes and Pattens. $4.00.
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3079. A 14th or 15th century pewter shoe buckle fragment. Found in Belgium. This type of buckle is well-documented for its use on medieval footwear. Several similar examples appear in Shoes and Pattens. $1.00.
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3082. A 14th or 15th century figure eight pewter shoe buckle. Found in Belgium. This type of buckle is well-documented for its use on medieval footwear. Several similar examples appear in Shoes and Pattens. Distorted in its working life. $12.00
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3085. A 14th or 15th century figure eight pewter shoe buckle fragment. Found in Belgium. This type of buckle is well-documented for its use on medieval footwear. Several similar examples appear in Shoes and Pattens. $3.00.
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3093. A 16th century Kosher seal. Found in Belgium. Inscribed ".END" in European characters on the obverse and a Hebrew inscription on the reverse. Used by Jewish merchants to proclaim that their products were made under the rules of the Kosher laws. $10.00
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3094. A 16th century Kosher seal. Found in Belgium. Inscribed in European characters on the obverse and a Hebrew inscription on the reverse. Used by Jewish merchants to proclaim that their products were made under the rules of the Kosher laws. $10.00
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3097. A 16th century Kosher seal. Found in Belgium. Inscribed ".RN V" in European characters on the obverse and a Hebrew inscription on the reverse. Used by Jewish merchants to proclaim that their products were made under the rules of the Kosher laws. $10.00
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3098. A 16th century Kosher seal. Found in Belgium. Inscribed in European characters on the obverse and a Hebrew inscription on the reverse. Used by Jewish merchants to proclaim that their products were made under the rules of the Kosher laws. $10.00
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3099. A 16th century Kosher seal. Found in Belgium. Inscribed "3 DON V" in European characters on the obverse and a Hebrew inscription on the reverse. Used by Jewish merchants to proclaim that their products were made under the rules of the Kosher laws. $10.00
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3101. A 16th century Kosher seal. Found in Belgium. Inscribed "10 ENS" in European characters on the obverse and a Hebrew inscription on the reverse. Used by Jewish merchants to proclaim that their products were made under the rules of the Kosher laws. $10.00
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3102. A 16th century Kosher seal. Found in Belgium. Inscribed "DON V" in European characters on the obverse and a Hebrew inscription on the reverse. Used by Jewish merchants to proclaim that their products were made under the rules of the Kosher laws. $10.00
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3104. A 16th century Kosher seal. Found in Belgium. Inscribed in European characters on the obverse and a Hebrew inscription on the reverse. Used by Jewish merchants to proclaim that their products were made under the rules of the Kosher laws. $10.00
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3105. A 16th century Kosher seal which retains a portion of the original textile bag to which it was attached. Found in Belgium. Inscribed in European characters on the obverse and a Hebrew inscription on the reverse. Used by Jewish merchants to proclaim that their products were made under the rules of the Kosher laws. $30.00.
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3107. A 16th century Kosher seal. Found in Belgium. Inscribed "DON V" in European characters on the obverse and a Hebrew inscription on the reverse along with a six pointed star within a shield. Used by Jewish merchants to proclaim that their products were made under the rules of the Kosher laws. $10.00
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3109. A 16th century Kosher seal. Found in Belgium. Inscribed in European characters on the obverse and a Hebrew inscription on the reverse. Used by Jewish merchants to proclaim that their products were made under the rules of the Kosher laws. $10.00
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3110. A 16th century Kosher seal. Found in Belgium. Inscribed "5 .ND" in European characters on the obverse and a Hebrew inscription on the reverse. Used by Jewish merchants to proclaim that their products were made under the rules of the Kosher laws. $10.00
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3111. A 16th century Kosher seal. Found in Belgium. Inscribed in European characters on the obverse and a Hebrew inscription on the reverse. Used by Jewish merchants to proclaim that their products were made under the rules of the Kosher laws. $10.00
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3112. A 16th century Kosher seal. Found in Belgium. Inscribed "0 OND" in European characters on the obverse and a Hebrew inscription on the reverse. Used by Jewish merchants to proclaim that their products were made under the rules of the Kosher laws. $10.00
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3113. A 16th century Kosher seal which retains a portion of the original textile bag to which it was attached. Found in Belgium. Inscribed "5 .ND" in European characters on the obverse and a Hebrew inscription on the reverse. Used by Jewish merchants to proclaim that their products were made under the rules of the Kosher laws. $30.00.
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3114. A 16th century Kosher seal. Found in Belgium. Inscribed in European characters on the obverse and a Hebrew inscription on the reverse. Used by Jewish merchants to proclaim that their products were made under the rules of the Kosher laws. $10.00
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3115. A 16th century Kosher seal. Found in Belgium. Inscribed in European characters on the obverse and a Hebrew inscription on the reverse. Used by Jewish merchants to proclaim that their products were made under the rules of the Kosher laws. $10.00
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3116. A 16th century Kosher seal. Found in Belgium. Inscribed in European characters on the obverse and a Hebrew inscription on the reverse. Used by Jewish merchants to proclaim that their products were made under the rules of the Kosher laws. $10.00
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3117. A 16th century Kosher seal. Found in Belgium. Inscribed "10 WOEN" in European characters on the obverse and a Hebrew inscription on the reverse. Used by Jewish merchants to proclaim that their products were made under the rules of the Kosher laws. $10.00
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3118. A 16th century Kosher seal. Found in Belgium. Inscribed "8 OND" in European characters on the obverse and a Hebrew inscription on the reverse along with a six pointed star within a shield. Used by Jewish merchants to proclaim that their products were made under the rules of the Kosher laws. $10.00
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3120. A 16th century Kosher seal which retains a portion of the original textile bag to which it was attached. Found in Belgium. Inscribed "7 OEND" in European characters on the obverse and a Hebrew inscription on the reverse. Used by Jewish merchants to proclaim that their products were made under the rules of the Kosher laws. $20.00.
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3121. A 16th century Kosher seal. Found in Belgium. Inscribed "5 INSD N" in European characters on the obverse and a Hebrew inscription on the reverse. Used by Jewish merchants to proclaim that their products were made under the rules of the Kosher laws. $10.00
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3122. A 16th century Kosher seal. Found in Belgium. Inscribed "DOND V" in European characters on the obverse and a Hebrew inscription on the reverse. Used by Jewish merchants to proclaim that their products were made under the rules of the Kosher laws. $10.00
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3124. A 16th century Kosher seal. Found in Belgium. Inscribed "9 DOND V" in European characters on the obverse and a clear Hebrew inscription on the reverse. Used by Jewish merchants to proclaim that their products were made under the rules of the Kosher laws. $15.00
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3125. A 16th century Kosher seal. Found in Belgium. Inscribed "5 OEND V" in European characters on the obverse and a clear Hebrew inscription on the reverse. Used by Jewish merchants to proclaim that their products were made under the rules of the Kosher laws. $15.00
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3126. A 16th century Kosher seal. Found in Belgium. Inscribed "ONED V" in European characters on the obverse and a clear Hebrew inscription on the reverse. Used by Jewish merchants to proclaim that their products were made under the rules of the Kosher laws. $15.00
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3127. A 16th century Kosher seal. Found in Belgium. Inscribed "0 IAINI M" in European characters on the obverse and a clear Hebrew inscription on the reverse. Used by Jewish merchants to proclaim that their products were made under the rules of the Kosher laws. $15.00
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3128. A 16th century Kosher seal which retains a portion of the original textile bag to which it was attached. Found in Belgium. Inscribed "DON N" in European characters on the obverse and a clear Hebrew inscription on the reverse. Used by Jewish merchants to proclaim that their products were made under the rules of the Kosher laws. $15.00.
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3129. A 16th century Kosher seal. Found in Belgium. Inscribed in European characters on the obverse and a clear Hebrew inscription on the reverse. Used by Jewish merchants to proclaim that their products were made under the rules of the Kosher laws. $12.00
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3130. A 16th century Kosher seal. Found in Belgium. Inscribed "1 WOEND N" in European characters on the obverse and a clear Hebrew inscription on the reverse. Used by Jewish merchants to proclaim that their products were made under the rules of the Kosher laws. $15.00
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3132. A 16th century Kosher seal. Found in Belgium. Inscribed "3 WOEN V" in European characters on the obverse and a clear Hebrew inscription on the reverse. Used by Jewish merchants to proclaim that their products were made under the rules of the Kosher laws. $15.00.
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3133. A 16th century Kosher seal. Found in Belgium. Inscribed in European characters on the obverse and a clear Hebrew inscription on the reverse. Used by Jewish merchants to proclaim that their products were made under the rules of the Kosher laws. $12.00
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3136. A 17th century "woolpack" or cloth merchant's seal inscribed "WOLLE DEEKEN GEMAAKT BINNEN LEYDEN". Found in Belgium. The inscription reads "Woolen cloth made in the city of Leyden" (Holland). $15.00
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3139. A 17th century "woolpack" or cloth merchant's seal. Found in Belgium. $3.00
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3142. A 16th century "woolpack" or cloth merchant's seal. Found in Belgium. $8.00
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3143. An 18th century "woolpack" or cloth merchant's seal decorated with a cornucopia and fully inscribed. Found in Belgium. $8.00
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3144. A 16th century "woolpack" or cloth merchant's seal decorated with a heraldic lion and fully inscribed. Found in Belgium. $8.00
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3145. A 16th century "woolpack" or cloth merchant's seal decorated with a heraldic lion and fully inscribed. Found in Belgium. $8.00
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3146. A 16th century "woolpack" or cloth merchant's seal decorated with a heraldic lion and fully inscribed. Found in Belgium. $8.00
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3147. A 16th century "woolpack" or cloth merchant's seal decorated with a heraldic lion. Found in Belgium. $8.00
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3148. A 16th century "woolpack" or cloth merchant's seal. Found in Belgium. $5.00
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3149. A 16th century "woolpack" or cloth merchant's seal. Found in Belgium. $5.00
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3150. An 18th century "woolpack" or cloth merchant's seal decorated with a rose and fully inscribed. Found in Belgium. $8.00
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3151. A 16th century "woolpack" or cloth merchant's seal bearing an impression of the textile to which it was attached. Found in Belgium. $5.00
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3152. An 18th century "woolpack" or cloth merchant's seal. Found in Belgium. $5.00
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3154. A 14th century "woolpack" or cloth merchant's seal decorated with a bird. Found in Belgium. $20.00
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3155. An 18th century "woolpack" or cloth merchant's seal with an inscription and part of the original wire to which it was attached. Found in Belgium. $5.00
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3156. An unused 18th century "woolpack" or cloth merchant's seal. Found in Belgium. $10.00
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3157. An unused 18th century "woolpack" or cloth merchant's seal. Found in Belgium. $10.00
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3158. A 16th century "woolpack" or cloth merchant's seal retaining a fragment of the original cloth to which it had been attached. Found in Belgium. $20.00
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3159. A rare early to mid 14th century "woolpack" or cloth merchant's seal with a gothic inscription and a heraldic design. Found in Belgium. $20.00
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3160. A rare early to mid 14th century "woolpack" or cloth merchant's seal inscribed with a gothic "N". Found in Belgium. $20.00
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3161. A rare early to mid 14th century "woolpack" or cloth merchant's seal decorated with a heraldic motif. Found in Belgium. $15.00
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3163. A rare early to mid 14th century "woolpack" or cloth merchant's seal. Found in Belgium. $10.00
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3164. A rare early to mid 14th century "woolpack" or cloth merchant's seal. Found in Belgium. $10.00
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3187. A 14th century scale handled knife. Found in Germany. 6.25 inches long. $30.00
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3189. A 15th century scale handled knife with an integral bolster. Found in Germany. 6.25 inches long. $30.00
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3197. A 14th century whittle tang handled knife with applied brass bolsters. Found in Germany. 5.5 inches long. $25.00
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3198. A 14th century knife with a clear cutler’s mark. Found in Germany. 4.5 inches long. $20.00
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3201. A 15th century folding knife with a ring collar. Found in Germany. 3.5 inches long. $35.00
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3202. A 15th century folding knife with a ring collar. Found in Germany. 2 inches long. $25.00
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3208. A Viking whittle tang knife. Found in Yorkshire, England. 6 inches long. $45.00
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3210. A Viking whittle tang knife. Found in Yorkshire, England. 4.25 inches long. $45.00
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3211. A Viking whittle tang knife. Found in Yorkshire, England. 4.5 inches long. $45.00
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3213. An unusual Viking curved saw knife similar to examples found in the Mastermyr tool chest. The inside edge is serrated. Found in Yorkshire, England. 4.25 inches long. $65.00
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3215. The lynch pin from a 14th-15th century wagon. Found in Germany. 6 inches long. $35.00
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3216. A rare Celtic sleeve hatchet head. Found in Germany. These axe heads were fitted onto wooden hafts and were used both as weapons of war and as tools. These iron examples were significant improvements over the bronze sleeve hatchets. 3.25 inches long by 1 inch wide. $100.00
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3224. A tiny 14th century tang style arrow head. These little arrow points were used for hunting small birds. Found in Germany. 1 inch long. $20.00
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3225. A tiny 14th century tang style arrow head. These little arrow points were used for hunting small birds. Found in Germany. 1 inch long. $20.00
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3226. A tiny 14th century tang style arrow head. These little arrow points were used for hunting small birds. Found in Germany. 1 inch long. $20.00
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3227. A tiny 14th century tang style arrow head. These little arrow points were used for hunting small birds. Found in Germany. 1 inch long. $20.00
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3238. A 14th century rowel spur. Found in Germany. $100.00
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3239. A late 13th or early 14th century rowel spur. Found in Germany. $100.00
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3240. A 14th century iron window shutter pivot. Found in Germany. $15.00
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3241. A 16th century spur strap hook. Found in Germany. $15.00
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3247-2. A nice 16th century bone or ivory comb. Found in Holland. Combs of this sort were vital for removing lice. 3.2 inches long. $100.00.
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3248. A nice 16th century bone or ivory comb. Found in Holland. Combs of this sort were vital for removing lice. 2.5 inches long. $90.00.
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3249. A wonderful 16th century bone or ivory needle case. Found in Holland. 2.3 inches long. $90.00
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3249. A 17th century folding knife. Found in Germany. This knife is stamped with a cutlers mark in the form of a crowned “M” which is often an anagram for the Virgin Mary. 8.25 inches long. $60.00
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3293. The waste from the production of bone. 14th Century Dutch. $50.00
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3294. A 17th century German twist drill bit. Found near Hannover. $40.00
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3306. An 18th century German carpenter’s hammer head. Found near Munich. $30.00
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3307. A crudely made 16th century agricultural hook. These agricultural implements were sometimes adapted into improvised pole arms for military service. $30.00
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3323. A 7th-9th century Anglo-Saxon buckle. Found in England. $20.00
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3349. A 14th century pewter knuckle bone. Knuckle bones were used in gambling. Pewter ones were made in urban areas both as status symbols and because the actual bones were less available Found in Holland. $25.00
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3350. A 14th century lead knuckle bone. Knuckle bones were used in gambling. Lead ones were made in urban areas because the actual bones were less available Found in Holland. $15.00
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3361. A group of six Viking glass beads found in northern Germany. These beads are in three colors (translucent blue, green and iridescent blue) and represent four different types round, bi-conical, teardrop and 12 sided polyhedral. $100.00
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3362. pair of Viking glass beads found in northern Germany. These beads are blue and represent two different types double round, and 12 sided polyhedral. $50.00
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3365. Three Viking glass beads found in northern Germany. Two of these blue beads are 12 sided polyhedral in form and the third is a fragment of a round bead. $50.00
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3368. Three Viking glass beads found in northern Germany. Two of these blue beads bi-conical in form and the third is a flattened oval cane bead. $50.00
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3369. A group of three Viking glass beads found in northern Germany. These beads are in three colors (blue, green and black) and represent two different types round, and tubular. $75.00
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3370. A group of three Viking glass beads found in northern Germany. These beads are in three colors (blue, green and black) and represent two different types round, and tubular. $75.00
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3371. A group of three Viking glass beads found in northern Germany. These beads are in three colors (blue, iridescent white and black) and represent three different types round, tubular and ring. $75.00
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3374. A single Viking amber bead found in northern Germany. Amber beads of this size are extremely rare survivals. $60.00
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3375. A single Viking carved jet bead found in northern Germany. This bead is decorated with incised lines. $60.00
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3382. A nice 16th century bone needle case. Found in Holland. 3.3 inches long. $70.00
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3388. A small, 16th century Dutch candle holder. These holders were used to fit into larger candle holders so even the tiniest nub of a candle could be used. $50.00
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3394. A Viking glass bead found in Yorkshire, England. This bead is blue with an applied bull's-eye decoration. $75.00
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3396. A Viking glass bead found in Yorkshire, England. This bead is blue and once had applied decoration. $50.00
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3397. A Viking glass bead found in Yorkshire, England. This bead is black with white striping (now deteriorated). $75.00
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3398. A large Viking glass bead found in Yorkshire, England. This bead is black with white striping (now deteriorated). $125.00
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3401. A Viking glass bead found in Yorkshire, England. This bead is blue and once with yellow spots. $50.00
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3402. An Anglo-Saxon glass bead found in Dorset, England. This bead is dark brown and is elaborately fluted. $125.00
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3405. A Viking glass bead found in Yorkshire, England. This bead is very dark purple--almost black. The surface is still shiny. $50.00
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3406. A Viking glass bead found in Yorkshire, England. This bead is black and the surface is somewhat shiny. $50.00
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3408. A Viking glass bead found in northern Germany. This bead is curved in profile. The base color is black and it is embellished with elaborate, 3-dimensional decoration, possibly in the form of a face. $150.00
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3409. A Viking glass bead found in northern Germany. This bead is curved in profile the base color is black and it is embellished with 3-dimensional decoration. $75.00
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3410. A Viking glass bead found in northern Germany. This bead is curved in profile. The base color is black and it is embellished with 3-dimensional decoration. $75.00
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3411. A Viking glass bead found in northern Germany. This bead is curved in profile. The base color is black and it is adorned with raised bull's-eye decoration. $75.00
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3412. A Viking glass bead found in northern Germany. This bead is curved in profile. The base color is black and it is embellished elaborate multicolored decoration. $75.00
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3414. A Viking glass bead found in northern Germany. This bead is curved in profile. The base color is black and it is decorated with yellow and green. $65.00
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3415. A Viking glass bead found in northern Germany. This bead is curved in profile. The base color is black and it is adorned yellow and white lines. $65.00
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3416. A Viking glass bead found in northern Germany. This bead is curved in profile. The base color is black and it is embellished with 3-dimensional decoration. $75.00
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3417. A Viking glass bead found in northern Germany. This bead is curved in profile. The base color is black and it is decorated with green. $55.00
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3420. Two Viking glass beads found in northern Germany. This larger bead is curved in profile and is green in color. The smaller one is colored russet. $45.00
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3421. A Viking glass bead found in northern Germany. This bead is curved in profile and is green in color. It is decorated with a yellow stripe. $50.00
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3422. Two Viking glass beads found in northern Germany. This larger bead is curved in profile and both are green in color. $45.00
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3423. A Viking glass bead found in northern Germany. This bead is curved in profile and is green in color. It is decorated with a yellow stripe and black spot. $50.00
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3424. A Viking glass bead found in northern Germany. This bead is curved in profile and is green in color. It is decorated with a yellow stripe and black spot. $50.00
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3425. A Viking glass bead found in northern Germany. This bead is curved in profile and was originally clear in color. It is decorated with a blue stripe and black spot. $50.00
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3426. A Viking glass bead found in northern Germany. This bead is curved in profile and is dark translucent blue in color. $50.00
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3428. A Viking glass bead found in northern Germany. This bead is curved in profile. The base color is black and it is embellished with 3-dimensional decoration. $55.00
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3430. A Viking glass bead found in northern Germany. This bead is curved in profile. The base color is black and it is decorated with yellow and blue. $65.00
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3431. A Viking glass bead found in northern Germany. This bead is curved in profile. The base color is black and it is decorated with yellow and blue. $65.00
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3432. A Viking glass bead found in northern Germany. This bead is curved in profile. The base color is black and it is decorated with yellow. $65.00
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3433. A Viking glass bead found in northern Germany. This bead is curved in profile. The base color is black and it is decorated with white striping. $50.00
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3435. A Viking glass bead found in northern Germany. This bead is curved in profile. The base color is black and it is decorated with yellow. $65.00
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3436. A Viking glass bead found in northern Germany. This bead is curved in profile. The base color is black and it is embellished with a 3-dimensional candy cane twist border. $75.00
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3437. A Viking glass bead found in northern Germany. This bead is curved in profile. The base color is black and it is decorated with white, yellow and brown. $60.00
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3438. A Viking glass bead found in northern Germany. This bead is curved in profile. The base color is black and it is decorated with yellow and brown. $60.00
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3439. A Viking glass bead found in northern Germany. This bead is curved in profile. The base color is black and it is decorated with yellow and green. $60.00
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3440. A Viking glass bead found in northern Germany. This bead is curved in profile. The base color is black and it is decorated with white. $60.00
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3441. A Viking glass bead found in northern Germany. This bead is curved in profile. The base color is green with applied color decoration. $60.00
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3442. A Viking glass bead found in northern Germany. This bead is curved in profile. The base color is green with applied color decoration. $60.00
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3443. A Viking glass bead found in northern Germany. This bead is curved in profile. The base color is green with applied color decoration. $60.00
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3444. A Viking glass bead found in northern Germany. This bead is curved in profile. The base color is green with applied color decoration. $40.00
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