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Lot 974: Anglo-Saxon Button and Disc Brooch Group

Antiquities: Day 2

by TimeLine Auctions

December 7, 2016

Harwich, United Kingdom

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Description: 5th-9th century AD. A group of bronze brooches including: a gilt bronze button brooch of Avent and Evison's Type Dii with a stylised helmetted face and well-defined brow and nose; part of pin and catchplate to the rear; a brooch with recessed circles forming an equal-armed cross; part of pin and catchplate to the rear; a brooch with rope work border and animal to the centre, possibly a lion, looking back; part of pin and catchplate to the rear, and with old handwritten label; a brooch with double ridged border and with standing lion to the centre looking back; part of pin and catchplate to the rear, and with old hand written label; a silvered brooch with punched decoration forming an equal-armed cross; part of pin and catchplate to the rear. 44 grams total, 16-37mm (1/4 - 1 1/2"). Property of a West Yorkshire lady; acquired on the London art market. [5, No Reserve]

Condition Report: Fine condition.

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