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     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 April 8th, 2014

New stock was added on January 21st, 2014

We currently have 1009 artifacts in stock.

This site now uses a secure shopping cart and ordering system that is fully integrated with the rest of the Talbot's Fine Accessories site. You can order Books, videos, antiquities, jewelry and accessories all in a single order!

This site is entirely search driven. You can choose either an item type or a culture/period or both from pull down menus. These will find every item which fits the match and pull them up for you to see. You can refine this by using keywords alone or in conjunction with the pulldown menus.

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Our guarantee:

All of our antiquities are guaranteed to be genuine antiquities as described. If they are ever found to be misidentified they may be returned for a full refund. In order to claim the refund the item must not be substantially altered from the state in which it was sold and it should be accompanied by the original descriptive tag.

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.