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Wine, Ancient Art & Antiquities
Session One
Thursday, October 3, 2019 at 6PM

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1.         Chateau Mouton Rothschild 1982, 12 bottles, 750ml. Provenance: Wine being sold to benefit the Shakespeare Festival, Center Valley, Pennsylvania.  Est. $8,000-12,000

 

2.         Chateau Canon St. Emilion 1982, 8 bottles, 750ml. Provenance: Wine being sold to benefit the Shakespeare Festival, Center Valley, Pennsylvania.  Est. $800-1,200

 

3.         Chateau Latour A Pomerol 1975, 12 bottles, 750ml. Provenance: Wine being sold to benefit the Shakespeare Festival, Center Valley, Pennsylvania.  Est. $400-800

 

4.         Chateau Branaire Duluc Ducru St. Julien 1982, 12 bottles, 750ml. Provenance: Wine being sold to benefit the Shakespeare Festival, Center Valley, Pennsylvania.        Est. $400-800

 

5.         Chateau Rieussec Sauternes 1983, 12 bottles, 750ml. Provenance: Wine being sold to benefit the Shakespeare Festival, Center Valley, Pennsylvania.  Est. $300-500

 

6.         Chateau Gloria St. Julien 1982, 12 bottles, 750ml. Provenance: Wine being sold to benefit the Shakespeare Festival, Center Valley, Pennsylvania.  Est. $400-600

 

7.         Chateau Palmer Margaux 1979, 12 bottles, 750ml. Provenance: Wine being sold to benefit the Shakespeare Festival, Center Valley, Pennsylvania.  Est. $800-1,200

 

8.         Chateau La Dominique Saint Emilion 1982, 12 bottles, 750ml. Provenance: Wine being sold to benefit the Shakespeare Festival, Center Valley, Pennsylvania.        Est. $400-600

 

9.         M. Chapoutier Ermitage Blanc De L'Oree 1994, 6 bottles, 750ml. Provenance: Wine being sold to benefit the Shakespeare Festival, Center Valley, Pennsylvania.        Est. $400-700

 

10.       Chateau Calon-Segur St. Estephe Medoc 1982, 12 bottles, 750ml. Provenance: Wine being sold to benefit the Shakespeare Festival, Center Valley, Pennsylvania.        Est. $600-1,000

 

11.       Nine bottles of wine, to include two bottles of Chateau de Beaucastel 1981, 750ml, one bottle of Chateau Gruaud Larose 1982, 750ml, three bottles of Conn Creek Cabernet Sauvignon 1980, 750ml, and three bottles of Far Niente Cabernet Sauvignon 1989, 750ml. Provenance: Wine being sold to benefit the Shakespeare Festival, Center Valley, Pennsylvania.        Est. $400-600

 

12.       Chateau Lafite Rothschild Pauillac 1982, 12 bottles, 750ml. Provenance: Wine being sold to benefit the Shakespeare Festival, Center Valley, Pennsylvania.        Est. $12,000-18,000

 

13.       Chateau Palmer Margaux 1982, 12 bottles, 750ml. Provenance: Wine being sold to benefit the Shakespeare Festival, Center Valley, Pennsylvania.  Est. $1,200-1,800

 

14.       Chateau Pichon Longueville de Lalande Pauillac 1982, 12 bottles, 750ml. Provenance: Wine being sold to benefit the Shakespeare Festival, Center Valley, Pennsylvania.        Est. $3,000-5,000

 

15.       Egyptian pre-dynastic alabaster cup, 3000 B.C., 2 3/4" h.            Est. $2,000-2,500

 

16.       Three Egyptian pre-dynastic alabaster vessels, 3000 B.C., tallest - 3" h. Provenance: One - A private Belgian collection, acquired prior to 1979 and later purchased in 2012 from Treasuregate, Brussels. Lot includes associated paperwork and U.S. Customs paperwork.            Est. $2,000-3,000

 

17.       Two Danish Neolithic flint daggers, 3500 B.C., longest - 9" l. Provenance: One - Purchased in 2015 from Senatus Consulto, Denmark. Lot includes relevant paperwork.            Est. $1,500-2,000

 

18.       Egyptian bronze dagger, Late Period 700-30 B.C., with a modern reconstructed hilt, 15" l. Provenance: Purchased in 2012 from Artemission, London. Lot includes relevant paperwork.       Est. $500-700

 

19.       Group of eight Luristan bronze spear and dagger blades, 1500-800 B.C., longest - 14 3/4" l. Provenance: One dagger purchased in 2010 from Aweidah Gallery, Israel. Lot includes relevant paperwork.      Est. $500-700

 

20.       Luristan bronze sword, 1500-800 B.C., complete with open-work hilt and incised fuller on blade, 22" l. Provenance: A private European collection and later purchased in 2012 from Artemis Gallery, Colorado. Lot includes relevant paperwork.  Est. $3,000-4,000

 

21.       Luristan bronze sword, 1500-800 B.C., with a bifurcated pommel, 19" l. Provenance: Purchased in 2012 from Artemission, London. Lot includes relevant paperwork. Est. $1,000-1,500

 

22.       Luristan bronze sword, 1500-800 B.C., with conical pommel, 20" l.         Est. $750-1,000

 

23.       Two Luristan bronze daggers, 1500-800 B.C., longest - 13 1/4".  Est. $300-500

 

24.       Luristan bronze sword, 1500-800 B.C., with a modern reconstructed hilt, 24" l.  Est. $300-500

 

25.       Luristan bronze dagger, 1500-800 B.C., with a modern reconstructed hilt, 14" l. Est. $300-500

 

26.       Bronze Age European bronze scabbard, 1000-700 B.C., in six pieces, overall length - 16" l.     Est. $500-1,000

 

27.       Bronze Age European sword, 1200-1000 B.C., with a modern reconstructed hilt, 26 3/4" l. Provenance: A London collection and later purchased in 2013 from Artemission, London. Lot includes relevant paperwork.    Est. $1,000-1,500

 

28.       Cypriot bichrome ware chalice, 750-600 B.C., 6 7/8" dia. Est. $200-400

 

29.       Messapian trozella, 5th-4th c. B.C., 10 3/4" h. Provenance: A private Swiss collection, acquired in 1993 and later purchased in 2012 from Apolonia Ancient Art, Colorado. Lot includes relevant paperwork.      Est. $500-700

 

30.       Villanovan impasto kyathos, 7th c. B.C., 6" h.       Est. $300-500

 

31.       Cypriot bichrome ware amphora, 750-600 B.C., with vegetal motifs and concentric rings around the body, 8 1/2" h. Provenance: A private English collection, acquired in 1950-1975, and later purchased in 2014 from Artemission, London. Lot includes relevant paperwork.         Est. $400-600

 

32.       Messapian trefoil oinochoe, 5th-4th c. B.C., 6 1/4" h. Provenance: The Collection of Aldo Branco, Switzerland, acquired between 1960 and 1980, Bonham's London, May 2012, sale 20164, lot 170 and later purchased in 2013 from Artemission, London. Lot includes relevant paperwork.        Est. $300-500

 

33.       Cypriot bichrome ware amphora, 750-600 B.C., 8" h.      Est. $500-700

 

34.       Four pieces of Cypriot pottery, 750-600 B.C., to include a skyphos, two nipple flasks and one oinochoe, all painted with concentric rings in black and red ochre, tallest - 6 1/4" h. Provenance: First flask - The Collection of David Hacohen, Jerusalem, acquired prior to 1984 and later purchased in 2012 from Griffin Gallery, Florida; Oinochoe - The Collection of Hans Henningsen, Copenhagen, acquired in the 1950s and later purchased in 2013 from Artemission, London; Second flask -The Collection of Frank and Arlene Jones, acquired in 1963 and later purchased in 2012 from Hixenbaugh Ancient Art, New York. Lot includes relevant paperwork.    Est. $500-700

 

35.       Messapian double vessel, 5th-4th c. B.C., 8" h. Provenance: A private Washington, DC collection and later purchased in 2013 from Sands of Time Ancient Art, Washington DC. Lot includes relevant paperwork.      Est. $1,000-1,500

 

36.       Messapian double-spouted askos, 5th-4th c. B.C., 6 1/4" h. Provenance: A private Belgian collection, acquired prior to 1985 and later purchased in 2013 from Treasuregate, Brussels. Lot includes associated paperwork and Netherlands Customs paperwork.          Est. $1,000-1,500

 

37.       Mycenean oinochoe, 1500-1200 B.C., 4 3/8" h.       Est. $200-300

 

38.       Corinthian angular-form aryballos, first half of the 6th c. B.C., 3 1/4" h.          Est. $100-200

 

39.       Villanovan impasto dish, 7th c. B.C., with incised geometric decorations, to include swastika forms, 7 1/2" dia.       Est. $500-750

 

40.       Messapian kyathos, 5th-4th c. B.C., with waterfowl decoration, 4 3/8" h. Provenance: An English collection, acquired between 1977 and 2003, Bonham's London April 2009, sale 16777, lot 348 and later purchased in 2013 from Ostacon, Switzerland. Lot includes relevant paperwork.        Est. $100-200

 

41.       Monumental size Etruscan bucchero kyathos, 6th-5th c. B.C., 16" h. Provenance: The Collection of Bron Lipkin, London, acquired in 1998, C.J. Martin, London and later purchased from Collector Antiquities, London. Lot includes relevant paperwork.         Est. $3,000-5,000

 

42.       Three Greek silver vessels, 6th-2nd c. B.C., tallest - 3 3/4" h. Provenance: 2" vessel - The Collection of Steve Rubinger, Los Angeles, Christie's New York, May 1997, lot 143 and later purchased in 2013 from Apolonia Ancient Art, Colorado; jar - purchased from C.J. Martin, London. Lot includes relevant paperwork.      Est. $500-1,000

 

43.       Attic black figure kylix, 530-510 B.C., with Dionysus and a satyr on each side, flanked by winged sphynxes, in the tondo a youth, 10" dia. (with handles)         Est. $800-1,000

 

44.       Roman bronze oinochoe, 1st c. B.C. - 1st c. A.D., 5" h. Provenance: A German collection, acquired in the 1970s-1980s and later purchased in 2013 from Artemission, London. Lot includes associated paperwork and Art Loss Register paperwork.            Est. $1,000-1,500

 

45.       Roman bronze fragment of the top of a candelabra, 1st or 2nd c. A.D., 5 1/4" h.          Est. $100-200

 

46.       Two Greek silver vessels, 6th-2nd c. B.C., to include one with later bronze eagle handle, tallest - 3" h.         Est. $500-1,000

 

47.       Three ancient Near Eastern bronze bowls, 1st millennium B.C., largest - 6" dia.          Est. $200-400

 

48.       Two Greek silver bowls, 6th-2nd c. B.C., tallest - 3 1/4" h. Provenance: First bowl - A London collection, acquired in the 1980s and later purchased in 2016 from C.J. Martin, London; Second bowl - A private German collection and later purchased in 2012 from Apolonia Ancient Art, Colorado. Lot includes relevant paperwork.  Est. $1,000-1,500

 

49.       Two Roman bronze bowls, 1st-4th c. A.D., with repoussé relief, 4 1/4" dia.         Est. $500-700

 

50.       Four ancient Near Eastern bronze bowls, 1st millennium B.C., largest - 6 1/4" dia.      Est. $300-500

 

51.       Seven ancient Near Eastern bronze bowls, 1st millennium B.C., largest - 6 1/2" dia.    Est. $300-500

 

52.       Four ancient Near Eastern bronze bowls, 1st millennium B.C., largest - 8 3/4" dia.      Est. $300-500

 

53.       Three ancient Near Eastern bronze bowls, 1st millennium B.C., each with concentric bands around the rim, largest - 6 1/4" dia.    Est. $300-500

 

54.       Attic black figure trefoil oinochoe, 530-510 B.C., with Dionysus and a satyr, 8 3/4" h. Published: Stähler, Boreas 2, 1979, plate 28. Provenance: A private European collection, acquired prior to 1979, A New Jersey collection, 1994 and later purchased in 2012 from Hixenbaugh Ancient Art, New York. Lot includes associated paperwork.    Est. $5,000-7,000

 

55.       Attic black figure trefoil oinochoe, 530-510 B.C., with Herekles wresting the Nemean lion, 8" h. Published: Eisenberg, One Thousand Years of Ancient Greek Vases II, no. 75. Provenance: The Collection of John Kluge, Charlottesville, Virginia, acquired in 1987 and later purchased in 2016 from Artemis Gallery, Colorado. Lot includes relevant paperwork.          Est. $3,000-5,000

 

56.       Attic black figure skyphos, 530-510 B.C., the central band with figures, 10 3/8" dia. (including handles)           Est. $700-900

 

57.       Etruscan bucchero chalice, 6th-5th c. B.C., with a four-part stem with figures on each stem, 6 5/8" h.         Est. $1,500-2,000

 

58.       Paestan red figure krater, 4th c. B.C., with unusual figures and detailing, 7 3/4" h. Provenance: The Collection of John Kluge, Charlottesville, Virginia, acquired in the 1980s and later purchased in 2016 from Explorer Ancient Art, New York. Lot includes relevant paperwork.    Est. $1,000-1,500

 

59.       Etruscan bucchero kantharos, 6th-5th c. B.C., 6 3/4" h. Provenance: A private Dutch collection and later purchased in 2012 from Artemission, London. Lot includes relevant paperwork.        Est. $750-950

 

60.       Greek bronze skyphos, 5th-4th c. B.C., with high tenuated handles and lathed foot, 3 3/4" h. Provenance: A private German collection, acquired in the 1970s and later purchased in 2015 from Apolonia Ancient Art, Colorado. Lot includes relevant paperwork. Est. $4,000-5,000

 

61.       Greek bronze pilos helmet, 4th-3rd c. B.C., with punched inscription, 7" h. Provenance: The Collection of Axel Guttmann, Berlin, acquired in the 1980s and later purchased in 2016 from Artemission, London. Lot includes associated paperwork and Art Loss Register paperwork.          Est. $3,000-5,000

 

62.       Greek glass core-form vessel, 5th c. B.C., together with an example, probably after the antique, longest - 8 1/2" l.        Est. $1,000-1,500

 

63.       Paestan red figure oinochoe, 4th c. B.C., with a lady of fashion, 11 5/8" h.          Est. $2,000-3,000

 

64.       Provincial Roman Limestone Head, 2nd -4th c. A.D., 9 3/4" h. (excluding base)            Est. $1,000-1,500

 

65.       Small Roman marble figure of a gladiator, 1st-2nd c. A.D., likely a fragment from a relief, 4 ¾” l. 3” w.   Est. $500-700

 

66.       Roman silver kantharos, 1st or 2nd c. A.D., 4" h. Provenance: A private Austrian collection, acquired in the 1990s and later purchased in 2016 from Apolonia Ancient Art, Colorado. Lot includes relevant paperwork.    Est. $4,000-5,000

 

67.       Roman alabaster relief bust of a male youth, early 1st c. A.D., 6 1/2" h. Provenance: Discovered in Misrata, Libya in the early 1950s, acquired before 1960 and later purchased in 2012 from Artemission, London. Lot includes relevant paperwork.     Est. $500-700

 

68.       Roman marble herm bust of Dionysus, 1st or 2nd c. A.D., 7 3/4" h. Provenance: A private United Kingdom collection, acquired in the 1970s and later purchased in 2013 from Artemission, London. Lot includes relevant paperwork.  Est. $500-700

 

69.       Greek marble head of a korous, 6th c. B.C., 5 1/4" h. (excluding base)    Est. $500-700

 

70.       Roman marble head of Eros, 1st or 2nd c. A.D., 5 1/2" h. Est. $1,000-1,500

 

71.       Roman iron gladius, 1st or 2nd c. A.D., with a modern reconstructed hilt, 16 1/2" l. Provenance: A private German collection and later purchased in 2012 from Artemission, London. Lot includes relevant paperwork.    Est. $500-1,000

 

72.       Roman iron gladius, 1st or 2nd c. A.D., with a modern reconstructed hilt, 13 1/2" l. Provenance: A private German collection and later purchased in 2013 from Artemission, London. Lot includes relevant paperwork.    Est. $500-1,000

 

73.       Roman iron gladius, 1st or 2nd c. A.D., 14 3/4" l.  Est. $1,000-1,200

 

74.       Roman iron gladius, 1st or 2nd c. A.D., with a modern reconstructed hilt revealing an ancient bronze pommel, 25 1/2" l. Provenance: The Roper Collection, London and later purchased in 2015 from Artemission, London. Lot includes relevant paperwork.       Est. $1,000-1,200

 

75.       Roman spatha sword, 3rd-4th c. A.D., with a bronze eagle head pommel, 32 1/4" l.        Est. $600-800

 

76.       Roman iron gladius, 1st or 2nd c. A.D., with gold inlay and a modern reconstructed hilt, 24 1/2" l. Provenance: The Roper Collection, London and later purchased in 2013 from Artemission, London. Lot includes relevant paperwork.       Est. $2,000-2,500

 

77.       Roman iron pugio, 1st or 2nd c. A.D., 14 1/4" l. Provenance: Purchased in 2013 from Artemission, London. Lot includes relevant paperwork.     Est. $1,000-1,500

 

78.       Roman iron gladius, 1st or 2nd c. A.D., with a modern reconstructed hilt, 18" l. Provenance: A private German collection and later purchased in 2013 from Artemission, London. Lot includes relevant paperwork.    Est. $1,500-2,000

 

79.       Roman iron gladius, 1st or 2nd c. A.D., with silver inlaid hilt, 15 1/2" l. Provenance: A private German collection, acquired in the 1990s and later purchased in 2013 from Artemission, London. Lot includes associated paperwork and Art Loss Register paperwork.    Est. $2,000-2,500

 

80.       Two Roman iron halberds, 2nd-4th c. A.D., longest - 15" l.          Est. $300-500

 

81.       Roman bronze Mercury nude figure, 2nd-3rd c. A.D., holding a money purse, 3 1/4" h.           Est. $600-800

 

82.       Roman bronze herm, 2nd-3rd c. A.D., 3 1/8" h. (excluding base) Provenance: The Collection of Maria Segers, Belgium, acquired in the 1970s and later purchased in 2015 from Explorer Ancient Art, New York. Lot includes relevant paperwork. Est. $300-500

 

83.       Persian silver phiale, 6th-5th c. B.C., with possible later decoration, 6 1/4" dia.   Est. $500-700

 

84.       Persian bronze phiale, 6th-5th c. B.C., 6" dia. Provenance: purchased in 2012 from Ancient Art Ltd., United Kingdom. Lot includes relevant paperwork.      Est. $300-400

 

85.       Roman bronze scalloped vessel, 1st or 2nd c. A.D., 6" w. Est. $1,000-1,200

 

86.       Bactrian rock crystal chalice, 1000 B.C., 4" h.       Est. $1,000-2,000

 

87.       Apulian red figure kantharos, 4th c. B.C., 11" h. Provenance: A New Jersey collection and later purchased in 2014 from Explorer Ancient Art, New York. Lot includes relevant paperwork.         Est. $750-950

 

88.       Egyptian limestone sunk relief fragment, Late Period 700-30 B.C., with hands holding a statue of Maat, the goddess of truth, 6 3/4" h. (excluding base) Provenance: A New York City collection, acquired prior to 1980 and later purchased in 2016 from Explorer Ancient Art, New York. Lot includes relevant paperwork.  Est. $700-1,000

 

89.       Apulian red figure pelike, 4th c. B.C., 11 3/4" h.   Est. $800-1,000

 

90.       Apulian red figure oinochoe, with a woman of fashion in an unusual black outline, 4 5/8" h. Provenance: A private Belgian collection, acquired before 1980 and later purchased in 2012 from Artemission, London. Lot includes relevant paperwork.       Est. $1,000-2,000

 

91.       Group of miniature Apulian vessels, to include an askos, two oinochoe with swans and a chous, tallest - 3 1/2" h. Provenance: Askos - The Joseph Klein Collection, acquired between 1941 and 1980 and later purchased in 2013 from Artemission, London; First swan jug - purchased from C.J. Martin, London; Second swan jug - The Collection of Dr. Angelo R. Bergamo, New Jersey and later purchased in 2014 from Sands of Time Ancient Art, Washington DC. Lot includes associated paperwork.      Est. $700-1,000

 

92.       Apulian red figure skyphos, 4th c. B.C., with an owl figure, 2 7/8" h. Provenance: purchased in 2016 from Explorer Ancient Art, New York. Lot includes relevant paperwork.    Est. $1,500-2,500

 

93.       Cypriot limestone upper half of a draped figure, 6th c. B.C., 5" h. Provenance: A Belgian collection, acquired in the 1960s and later purchased in 2014 from Explorer Ancient Art, New York. Lot includes relevant paperwork.       Est. $200-300

 

94.       Apulian red figure plate, 4th c. B.C., with a profile of a lady of fashion, 7" dia. Published: Charles Ede, Greek Pottery of South Italy, 1981. Provenance: A British collection, acquired in 1981, Christie's London, April 2010, sale 5487, lot 233 and later purchased in 2012 from Artemission, London. Lot includes relevant paperwork.  Est. $1,000-1,200

 

95.       Apulian red figure epichysis, 4th c. B.C., with a bird figure, 7 1/2" h. Provenance: A private German collection, acquired in the 1980s and later purchased in 2015 from Artemission, London. Lot includes associated paperwork and Art Loss Register paperwork.       Est. $1,000-1,500

 

96.       Cypriot bichrome ware amphora, 750-600 B.C., 6 5/8" h. Provenance: The Collection of Bruce Rhodes, Florida and later purchased in 2012 from Griffin Gallery, Florida. Lot includes relevant paperwork.      Est. $500-700

 

97.       Corinthian globular-form aryballos, first half of the 6th c. B.C., 2 3/4" h. Provenance: The Collection of Norio Azuma, acquired in the 1980s and later purchased in 2013 from Explorer Ancient Art. Lot includes relevant paperwork.            Est. $100-200

 

98.       Apulian red figure plate, 4th c. B.C., with a profile of a lady of fashion, 6 7/8" dia. Provenance: Charles Ede Ltd., London, acquired in 1982, Christie's London, April 2010, sale 5487, lot 240 and later purchased in 2011 from Artemission, London. Lot includes relevant paperwork.        Est. $1,000-1,200

 

99.       Apulian red figure epichysis, 4th c. B.C., 6 3/4" h. Published: Trendall & Catiboglou, The Red Figured Vases of Apulia, Vol. I, pgs. 836, 143. Provenance: A private English collection, acquired between 1997-2002, Bonham's London, October 2005, lot 314 and later purchased in 2012 from Artemission, London. Lot includes relevant paperwork.       Est. $1,000-1,500

 

100.     Apulian red figure oinochoe, 4th c. B.C., 19 1/4" h. Provenance: The Lohrey Collection, Frankfurt, Germany, acquired in the 1980s-1990s and later purchased in 2016 from Art Ancient Ltd., London. Lot includes associated paperwork and an Oxford Authentication Ltd. thermoluminescence analysis report.  Est. $5,000-7,000

 

101.     Apulian red figure kylix, 4th c. B.C., with swan and olive leaf decoration, 8 3/4" dia. (including handles) Provenance: The Collection of George and Betty Csonka, London, acquired in the 1980s-1990s, Bonham's London, 2009 and later purchased in 2013 from Artemission, London. Lot includes relevant paperwork.    Est. $1,200-1,500

 

102.     Apulian red figure fish plate, 4th c. B.C., with cuttlefish, skate and bream, 8 1/4" dia. Provenance: A private Belgian collection, acquired in the late 1970s and later purchased in 2013 from Treasuregate, Brussels. Lot includes relevant paperwork and Dutch customs paperwork.  Est. $2,400-3,400

 

103.     Apulian red figure kylix, 4th c. B.C., with swan decoration, 9 1/4" dia. (including handles). Provenance: The Collection of George and Betty Csonka, London, acquired in the 1980s-1990s and later purchased in 2011 from Artemission, London. Lot includes relevant paperwork.        Est. $800-1,000

 

104.     Apulian red figure pyxis, 4th c. B.C., two pieces, 11" h. Provenance: The Collection of Michael Waltz, acquired in the 1970s and later purchased in 2012 from Apolonia Ancient Art, Colorado. Lot includes relevant paperwork.  Est. $2,400-3,400

 

105.     Apulian red figure chous, 4th c. B.C., 6 1/2" h. Published: Trendall & Catiboglou, The Red Figures of Apulia, supplement I, plate 161. Exhibited: The Museum of Mediterranean Antiquities, Monash University, Melbourne, Australia, 1989-2008. Provenance: The Geddes Collection, acquired July 1981, Sotheby's London, lot 343, Bonham's London, October 2008, sale 16639, lot 152 and later purchased in 2012 from Artemission, London. Lot includes relevant paperwork.    Est. $1,500-2,000

 

106.     Byzantine style ossuary, 10" l. Provenance: A London collection, acquired in the 1990s and later purchased in 2016 from Artemission, London. Lot includes associated paperwork and Art Loss Register paperwork.    Est. $1,000-1,500

 

107.     Byzantine bronze processional Crosses, 800-1200 A.D., to include one example with chains, longest - 9" l.   Est. $1,000-1,500

 

108.     24K gold band with Celtic imagery, 2nd-1st c. A.D., 15 1/8" l. Provenance: A private Portuguese collection, acquired in the 1970s, a private Belgian collection, and later purchased in 2015 from Treasuregate, Brussels. Lot includes relevant paperwork.     Est. $2,000-3,000

 

109.     Celtic scabbard, 2nd c. A.D., 20 1/2" l. Provenance: A private German collection and later purchased in 2012 from Artemission, London. Lot includes relevant paperwork.         Est. $1,000-1,500

 

110.     Celtic iron short sword, 4th-2nd c. B.C., with antenna pommel, 18 3/4" l. Provenance: A private Berlin, Germany collection, acquired in the 1990s and later purchased in 2015 from Artemission, London. Lot includes associated paperwork and Art Loss Register paperwork.       Est. $2,000-2,500

 

111.     Celtic iron dagger, 300-100 B.C., together with a scabbard finial, longest - 15 1/2" l. Provenance: Purchased in 2015 from Collector Antiquities, London. Lot includes relevant paperwork.  Est. $500-750

 

112.     Celtic iron short sword, 1st or 2nd c. A.D., with antenna pommel, 15 1/4" l.       Est. $1,000-1,500

 

113.     Miscellaneous grouping of antiquities, to include a silver torque, a carved stone vessel, a fossil, a terra cotta head of a panther, etc. Provenance: Hathor - A private English collection, acquired in 1997, Bonham's London, October 2010 and later purchased in 2014 from Artemission, London; Panther - A private New York City collection and later purchased in 2015 from Explorer Ancient Art, New York; Black vessel - Bonham's London, acquired in the 1980s and later purchased in 2015 from Explorer Ancient Art; Stone vessel - A private New York collection and later purchased in 2012 from Artemis Gallery, Colorado. Lot includes relevant paperwork. Est. $300-500

 

114.     Gold Viking ring, 9th-10th c. A.D., with solid gold wires woven into an interlaced chain pattern and tapering at the ends, ring size 10 3/4, 8.4 dwt. Provenance: Purchased in 2012 from Artemission, London. Lot includes relevant paperwork.     Est. $1,200-1,600

 

115.     Medieval marble mortar, 1200-1500 A.D., 5 3/8" h., 8 3/4" w.     Est. $200-300

 

116.     Medieval iron sword, 1000-1500 A.D., 34 1/4" l.    Est. $500-1,000

 

117.     Two Medieval Islamic bronze vessels, 8th-12th c. A.D., to include a patera and a cylindrical lidded vessel, vessel - 9 1/4" h. Provenance: Patera - purchased in 2016 from C.J. Martin Ltd., London. Lot includes relevant paperwork.  Est. $500-700

 

118.     Three ancient stone vessels, 2nd millennium B.C., to include a marble, alabaster and granite example, widest - 10 1/4" dia. Provenance: Granite - The AG Collection, acquired between 1976 and 1993 and later purchased in 2012 from Medusa Ancient Art, Quebec. Lot includes relevant paperwork.            Est. $1,000-1,500

 

119.     Eight European steel sword blades, 17th-18th c., with makers marks, longest - 40 3/8" l.           Est. $2,000-3,000




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