Set Of 4 Roman Imperial Artefacts: Key, Coin Valerian I, Etc.,2nd-3rd Century Ad
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Set Of 4 Roman Imperial Artefacts: Key, Coin Valerian I, Etc.,2nd-3rd Century Ad:
Lot of 4 different items, Roman Imperial, 2nd to 3rd Century AD
Set offour items: Antoninan Valerianus (253-260 AD), Revers: FELICITAS, silver, 2.25g, diam. 2.2g; fragment of an Amphora, Terracotta, decorated with notches; fragmented brick with finger marks of the ancient potter; key, iron, length 87mm, well preserved, professional cleaned. Roman Imperial, 2nd–3rd century AD
condition: Coin and key very good preserved, professional cleanedProvenance: Ex-Private Collection, Vienna/AustriaThe artefacts were found in the 70s of last century on the farm-land area of Carnuntum (ancient capital of roman province Pannonia). We guarantee, that this items are genuine and from the period stated!The artefacts comes well packed, registered and insured. The successful buyer will get all 4 items together for the hammer-price. If buying different lots within one week, we will pack all together in one parcel. If we can send all together, there comes only a small postage-fee on top for every additional lot.