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Item:1739282051730 0 1 71 409 Μονὴ Λεκατσᾶ 3 1 479 14.0 Normal 0 false false false EN-US JA X-NONE Byzantine and Earlier Silver Strap End and Mount Group2nd-7th century AD A mixed group of silver belt mounts comprising: an openwork trumpet-whorl triskele; aviolin-shaped plaque with strap to the reverse; a D-shaped chatelaine dangle; a bar withcrescent finial; a hinged bar with notched edge. 11 grams, total, 14-48mm (1/2 - 2"). Fine/Very Fine condition. [5, No Reserve] ProvenanceProperty of a European gentleman living in South Africa; acquired since the late 1980s A 100% genuine pieces, acquired in a European auction. PLEASE NOTE: PAYMENT BY PAYPAL ONLY, AFTER 3-5 DAYS THE AUCTION HAS ENDED, OTHERWISE THE ITEM WILL BE RELISTED. SHIPPING AFTER PAYMENT CLEARING BY REGISTERED MAIL WITH TRACKING NO.I DO COMBINE SHIPPING. IN CASE OF MULTIPLE PURCHASES, DON'T PAY UNTILL I SEND YOU AN INVOICE WITH COMBINED SHIPPING. MANY THANKS FOR LOOKING MY ITEM. PLEASE HAVE ALSO A LOOK ON THE REST I HAVE ON EBAY.Condition:Fine/Very Fine, as in pictures. Uncleaned, with natural patina. A 100% genuine pieces., Cleaned/Uncleaned:Uncleaned, Modified Item:No, Grade:F/VF
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Roman and Byzantine Silver Strap End and Mount Group (2nd-7th cent.).Nice pieces