November 2021 Auction - TimeLine Auctions

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SIR WILLIAM MATTHEW FLINDERS PETRIE

Sir William Matthew Flinders Petrie (1853-1942) first travelled to Egypt in 1880 to survey the Great Pyramid of Giza. In 1884 he was hired by Amelia Edwards, founder of the Egyptian Exploration Fund, to conductexcavations on behalf of the society. Little did Edwards know that the 30-year-old Flinders Petrie was to become the father of modern Egyptology. Petrie’s mother and father, a scholar and surveyor, educated Petrie at home. His grandfather, Captain Matthew Flinders, was the first known circumnavigator of Australia. Inspired by his family’s achievements, Petriestarted surveying British prehistoric monuments as a teenager, beginning with the late Romano-British camp close to his family home in Charlton, near Greenwich. At the age of 19, he produced the most systematic and accurate survey of Stonehenge to have been achieved at that time. The sites discovered and explored by Petrie number amongst the most ancient and important in ancient Egypt: Hawara, Aswan, Amarna, Thebes and Ramesseum to name but a few. Petrie’s innovative thinking gave birth to the development and application of seriation in Egyptology, a method which links styles of pottery with particular time periods to establish the chronology of a site. When Petrie discovered the Merneptahstele, the earliest known historical reference to Israel, he said: “This stele will be better known in the world than anything else I have found.” Although he received little formal education, Petrie penned copious numbers of works in his lifetime: ninetyseven books and around nine hundred articles. In 1904, Petrie published ‘Methods and Aims in Archaeology’, the definitive work of his time, in which he observed that research results were dependent on the personality of the archaeologist, who, in addition to a broad knowledge base, had to possess insatiable curiosity. In 1892 Petrie was made Edwards Professor of Ancient Archaeology and Philology at University College London. In 1894 he founded the Egyptian Research Account, which became the British School of Archaeology in 1905. Petrie eventually sold his collection of Egyptian antiquities to University College in 1913 and it is now housed in the Museum of Egyptian Archaeology. In 1923 Sir William Matthew Flinders Petrie was knighted for services to British archaeology and Egyptology. In 1926 the focus of Petrie’s work shifted to Palestine, where he began excavating several important sites in the south-west region of the country, including Tell el-Jemmeh and Tell el-Ajjul. Upon his death in Jerusalem on 28 July 1942, Petrie’s body was interred in the Protestant cemetery on Mount Zion, whilst his head was donated by his wife to The Royal College of Surgeons of London.

Dr. Raffaele D'Amato


OUR SPECIALISTS Dr. Raffaele D'Amato (Head of Antiquities Department)

CDO Christopher Wren (Head of Coins Department)

Professor Neritan Ceka (Ancient Antiquities)

Dr. Laura Vigna (Ancient Jewellery, Ceramics & Marble)

Dr. Ronald Bonewitz (Minerals, Gems, Fossils & General Antiquities)

Dr. Brian Gilmour (Arms & Armour, General Antiquities)

Dr. Malcolm Jones (Medieval Antiquities)

Dr. Ittai Gradel (Roman Inscriptions, Gemstones & Antiquities)

Dr. Alberto Pollastrini (Egyptian & Associated Antiquities)

Dr. Laura Proffitt (Classical & General Antiquities)

Dr. Robert Chandler (Natural History)

Diana Mroczek (Classical Antiquities)

Peter Clayton, FCILIP, Dip, Arch, FSA, FRNS (Egyptian & General Antiquities)

Richard Falkiner, FSA (Coins, Jewellery & General Antiquities)

Peter Bufton (Ethnographic, Far Eastern & General Antiquities)

Stephen Pollington (Anglo-Saxon, Viking & General Antiquities)

Michaela Simonova, M.A. (Viking, Mesoamerica, Religious & General Antiquities)

Mehdy Shaddel (Western Asiatic & Islamic Antiquities)

Richard Roy (Ancient Americas)

Stefany Tomalin (Beads & Associated Jewellery)

Dane Kurth (Ancient Greek, Roman & Byzantine Coins)

Italo Vecchi (Coins & General Antiquities)


ANCIENT ART & ANTIQUITIES

The Court House 363 Main Road Harwich CO12 4DN

1-3 December 2021

Heads of Departments Antiquities: Dr Raffaele D'Amato Coins: Christopher Wren

Enquiries TimeLine Auctions Limited 23-24 Berkeley Square London W1J 6HE, UK Tel: +44 (0)20 7129 1494 Head Office TimeLine Auctions Limited The Court House 363 Main Road Harwich, Essex CO12 4DN, UK Website www.timelineauctions.com Auction Tuesday 30 November 10am Wednesday 1 December 10am Thursday 2 December 10am Friday 3 December 10am

(Day 1) (Day 2) (Day 3) (Day 4)

Viewing Monday 29 November 12 noon to 9pm Tuesday 30 November 9am, and during the sale Viewing & Champagne Reception Monday 29 November 6pm to 9pm

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Consultants Dr Ronald Bonewitz (Antiquities & Geological) Dr Manuel Ceccarelli (Western Asiatic Antiquities) Dr Raffaele D'Amato (Roman & Military Antiquities) Dr Brian Gilmour (Arms & Armour & General Antiquities) Dr Ittai Gradel (Classical & General Antiquities) Dr Malcolm Jones (Medieval & Later Antiquities) Dr Alberto Pollastrini (Egyptian & Associated Antiquities) Dr Laura Proffitt (Classical & General Antiquities) Dr Laura Vigna (Ancient Jewellery, Ceramics & Marble) Professor Neritan Ceka (Ancient Antiquities) Peter Clayton, FCILIP, Dip, Arch, FSA, FRNS (Egyptian) Richard Falkiner, FSA (Jewellery & General Antiquities) Michael Howgate, B.Sc. M.Sc. PGCE FLS (Natural History) Peter Bufton (Far Eastern, Islamic & Ethnographic) Diana Mroczek (Classical Antiquities) Stephen Pollington (Anglo-Saxon & Viking Antiquities) Thomas Sturm (Cylinder Seals) Richard Roy (Ancient Americas) Michaela Simonova, MA (Mesoamerica, Viking & Religious) Amin Rezai (Western Asiatic & Islamic Antiquities) Mehdy Shaddel (Western Asiatic & Islamic Antiquities) Anna Rogers, GIA GG, BA, Gem-A (Jewellery, Gemstones & Icons) Heather L. Godfrey, MA FRNS (General Antiquities & Coins) Robert Chandler (Paleontology) Stefany Tomalin (Beads & Associated Jewellery) Dane Kurth (Greek & Roman Coins & Antiquities) Italo Vecchi (Coins & General Antiquities) For further information and biographies see: www.timelineauctions.com

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Sale schedule

The May Fair Hotel, London Antiquities - Tuesday 30 November 2021 (Day 1) 10:00 - Egyptian Antiquities (Lots 1 - 33) - Greek Antiquities (Lots 34 - 62) - Roman Antiquities (Lots 63 - 110) - Byzantine Antiquities (Lots 111 - 132) - Western Asiatic Antiquities (Lots 133 - 230) - Chinese & Far Eastern Antiquities (Lots 231 - 260) - India & Region Antiquities (Lots 261 - 266) - Islamic Antiquities (Lots 267 - 288) - Arms & Armour (Lots 289 - 325) - Stone Age, Bronze Age & Iron Age Antiquities (Lots 326 - 340) - Saxon, Viking & Germanic Antiquities (Lots 341 - 388) - Medieval & Post Medieval (Lots 389 - 449) - Christian Antiquities (Lots 450 - 475) - American Antiquities & Natural History (Lots 476 - 500)

The Court House, Harwich Antiquities - Wednesday 1 December 2021 (Day 2) 10.00 - Egyptian Antiquities (Lots 501 - 561) - Greek Antiquities (Lots 562 - 624) - Roman Antiquities (Lots 625 - 800) 13:30 - 14:00 Lunch - Roman Antiquities (Lots 801 - 831) - Byzantine Antiquities (Lots 832 - 860) - Western Asiatic Antiquities (Lots 861 - 1089) Antiquities - Thursday 2 December 2021 (Day 3) 10.00 - Chinese & Far Eastern Antiquities (Lots 1090 - 1176) - India & Region Antiquities (Lots 1177 - 1221) - Islamic Antiquities (Lots 1222 - 1261) - Arms & Armour (Lots 1262 - 1390) 13:30 - 14:00 Lunch - Arms & Armour (Lots 1391 - 1451) - Stone Age, Bronze Age & Iron Age Antiquities (Lots 1452 - 1533) - Saxon, Viking & Germanic Antiquities (Lots 1534 - 1632) - Medieval Antiquities (Lots 1633 - 1703) Natural History & Coins - Friday 3 December 2021 (Day 4) 10.00 - Post Medieval Antiquities & Books (Lots 1704 - 1805) - Christian Antiquities (Lots 1806 - 1830) - American & Ethnographic (Lots 1831 - 1840) - Natural History (Lots 6000 - 6170) 13:30 - 14:00 Lunch - Coins, Tokens, Medals & Books (Lots 8000 - 8339)

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Antiquities

TimeLine Auctions

Antiquities 1 December

Egyptian Lots 501 - 561

501 £40 - 60 Coptic Tunic Textiles c.6th-7th century AD

502 £100 - 140 Eye of Horus Amulet 332-30 BC

503 £80 - 100 Stone Shabti Mould 664-332 BC

504 Scarab Ring 664-332 BC

£500 - 700

505 £1500 - 2000 Red Breccia Tool 4th-3rd M BC or later

506 £500 - 700 Coptic Textiles 6th-7th century AD

507 £300 - 400 Phoenician Ring 6th-4th century BC

508 £500 - 700 Mosaic Glass Beads 7th-10th c. AD or later

509 £180 - 240 Mummy Bead Mask 332-30 BC

510 £60 - 80 Phoenician Seal 6th-4th century BC

511 £50 - 70 Blue-Glazed Head 30 BC-323 AD

512 £100 - 140 Wooden Lidded Pyxis 30 BC-6th century AD

513 £250 - 350 Faience Triad Amulet 624-525 BC

514 £100 - 140 Sekhmet Amulet 664-30 BC

515 Hare Amulet 664-30 BC

516 £200 - 300 Phoenician Bead 6th-3rd century BC

517 £500 - 700 Coptic Textile 6th-7th century AD

518 £500 - 700 Mosaic Glass Tiles 1st c.BC-2nd c.AD & later

519 £2500 - 3500 Phoenician Vessel 6th-3rd c. BC or later

520 £500 - 700 Headrest Model 1550-1070 BC

For charges payable in addition to the final hammer price of each Lot see paragraphs 19 & 26 at the back of the catalogue

£100 - 140

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521 £100 - 140 Eye of Horus Amulet 332-30 BC

522 £100 - 140 Phoenician Ring 3rd-1st century BC

523 £5000 - 7000 Pyxis with Animals 31 BC-323 AD

524 £100 - 140 Judean Stamp Seal 8th century BC

525 £200 - 300 Amulet Collection 664-332 BC

526 £100 - 140 Taweret Amulet 664-332 BC

527 £100 - 140 Eye of Horus Amulet 332-30 BC

528 £80 - 100 Phoenician Necklace 6th-4th century BC

529 £200 - 300 Eye of Horus Amulet 332-30 BC

530 £200 - 300 Offering Statuette 32 BC-323 AD

531 £100 - 140 Artefact Collection 664-30 BC

532 £100 - 140 Offering Bowl 100 BC–100 AD

533 £80 - 100 Royal Scarab 1550-1292 BC

534 £40 - 60 Naqada Arrowheads c.4000 years BC

535 £100 - 140 Phoenician Seal 6th-4th century BC

536 £30 - 40 Artefact Group Late Period, 664-332 BC

537 £200 - 300 Amulet Group 332-30 BC

538 £60 - 80 Shabti Group Late Period, 664-332 BC

539 £5000 - 7000 Black Jasper Scarab 664-30 BC

540 £1000 - 1400 Lapis Lazuli Scarab 664-30 BC

541 £60 - 80 Phoenician Scarab 6th-4th century BC

542 £100 - 140 Model Head Late Period, 664-332 BC

543 £80 - 100 Horus Statuette 332 BC-323 AD

544 £100 - 140 Eye of Horus Amulet Late Period, 664-332 BC

545 £100 - 140 Eye of Horus Amulet 332-30 BC

546 £100 - 140 Carnelian Scarab Late Period, 664-332 BC

547 £300 - 400 Shabti Fragment Late Period, 664-332 BC

548 £400 - 600 Bead Necklace Late 1st M BC and later

549 £100 - 140 Anubis Amulet Late Period, 664-332 BC

550 £100 - 140 Stone Coptic Head 6th-7th century AD

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For charges payable in addition to the final hammer price of each Lot see paragraphs 19 & 26 at the back of the catalogue


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551 £150 - 200 Glass Bes Amulet Late Period, 664-332 BC

552 £600 - 800 Silver Statuettes 3rd c. BC-2nd c. AD

553 £40 - 60 Red Marble Scarab Late Period, 664-332 BC

554 £100 - 140 Head of Bes Amulet Late Period, 664-332 BC

555 £1200 - 1700 Red Glass Kohl Pot 1550-1070 BC

556 £100 - 140 Phoenician Seal c.8th-7th century BC

557 £200 - 300 Amulet Collection 664-30 BC

558 £200 - 300 Bead Collection

559 £1000 - 1400 Coptic Necklace 7th-10th c. AD & later

560 £300 - 400 Stone Figural Relief Late Period, 664-332 BC

c.2nd M BC-8th c.AD&later

Greek Lots 562 - 624 561 £500 - 700 Coptic Textiles 6th-7th century AD

562 £250 - 350 Bead Necklace c.5th-3rd c. BC & later

563 £60 - 80 Hellenistic Oil Lamp 3rd century BC

564 £1200 - 1700 Dress Pin 4th-3rd century BC

565 £50 - 70 Decorated Vase 9th-7th century BC

566 £150 - 200 Pendant with Kore 5th century BC

567 £150 - 200 Thracian Fitting 5th-4th century BC

568 £150 - 200 Scythian Fittings 5th-4th century BC

569 £30 - 40 Figural Ring Bezel 5th-2nd century BC

570 £100 - 140 Hellenistic Bowl 2nd-1st century BC

571 £100 - 140 Thracian Earring c.3rd century BC

572 £800 - 1000 Hellenistic Necklace 2nd-1st century BC

573 £40 - 60 Thunder Bolt Ring 6th century BC

574 £1800 - 2400 Graeco-Roman Cup 3rd-2nd century BC

575 £120 - 170 Hellenistic Lamp 1st century BC

576 £80 - 100 Parthian Fragment 1st c. BC-early 3rd c. AD

For charges payable in addition to the final hammer price of each Lot see paragraphs 19 & 26 at the back of the catalogue

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577 £100 - 140 Hellenistic Ring 3rd-1st century BC

578 £50 - 70 Ceramic Vessel 5th-4th century BC

579 £200 - 300 Thracian Buckle 5th-4th century BC

580 £50 - 70 Geometric Vase 9th-7th century BC

581 £50 - 100 Decorated Vase 8th-4th century BC

582 £300 - 400 Hellenistic Eagle 3rd-1st century BC

583 £100 - 140 Scythian Pommel Caps 1st millennium BC

584 £400 - 600 Gold Amphora Pendant 5th-3rd century BC

585 £500 - 700 Parthian Figures 1st c. BC-3rd c. AD

586 £150 - 200 Parthian Ring 3rd century AD

587 £250 - 350 Hellenistic Pendant 3rd-2nd century BC

588 £400 - 600 Graeco-Persian Seal 5th-4th century BC

589 £300 - 400 Hellenistic Pendant 3rd-1st century BC

590 £800 - 1000 Hellenistic Necklace 2nd-1st century BC

591 £100 - 140 Attic Kylix 4th-3rd century BC

592 £150 - 200 Scythian Pommels 7th-5th century BC

593 £150 - 200 Dorian Plate 6th-5th century BC

594 £200 - 300 Illyrian Silver Ring 2nd-3rd century AD

595 £7000 - 9000 Amphora Fragment 520-500 BC

596 £2000 - 3000 Corinthian Pot Early 6th century BC

597 £250 - 350 Oil Lamp Collection 1st c. BC and earlier

598 £4000 - 6000 Hellenistic Sceptre 1st c. BC-3rd c. AD

599 £150 - 200 Thracian Buckle 5th-4th century BC

600 £1200 - 1700 Hellenistic Holder 1st c. BC-1st c. AD

601 £40 - 60 Etruscan Chalice c.7th century BC

602 £200 - 400 Decorated Pectoral 10th-8th century BC

603 £150 - 200 Corinthian Plate 5th-4th century BC

604 £300 - 400 Ring with Wrestlers 5th-3rd century BC

605 £40 - 60 Glass 'Eye' Bead c.4th-3rd century BC

606 Beast Ring 6th century BC

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£30 - 40

For charges payable in addition to the final hammer price of each Lot see paragraphs 19 & 26 at the back of the catalogue


Antiquities

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607 £150 - 200 Strainer Vessel 5th-3rd century BC

608 £80 - 100 Antelope Ring 4th century BC

609 £50 - 70 Vase with Leaves 7th-5th century BC

610 £50 - 70 Glass Bead Necklace 3rd c. BC and later

611 £1200 - 1700 Alabastron with Warriors 7th-6th century BC

612 £250 - 350 Mycenaean Seal Bead 2nd M BC or later

613 £50 - 70 Parthian Buckle 1st century BC

614 £50 - 70 Vase with Leaves 7th-5th century BC

615 £60 - 80 Hellenistic Oil Lamp 1st century BC

616 £250 - 350 Gold Pendant 5th-3rd century BC

617 £200 - 300 Thracian Ring 5th-3rd century BC

618 £120 - 170 Mirror Group 5th-3rd century BC

619 £400 - 600 Hellenistic Ring 3rd-1st century BC

620 £500 - 700 Hellenistic Pendant 3rd-2nd century BC

621 £50 - 70 Geometric Vase 9th-7th century BC

622 £150 - 200 Coiled Gold Hair Ring 5th-3rd century BC

623 £40 - 60 Hellenistic Ring 2nd-1st century BC

624 £100 - 140 Etruscan Bowl 2nd c. BC-2nd c. AD

Roman Lots 625 - 831

625 £100 - 140 Lead Seal Group 1st-6th century AD

626 £150 - 200 Lead Seal Group 1st-3rd century AD

For charges payable in addition to the final hammer price of each Lot see paragraphs 19 & 26 at the back of the catalogue

627 £100 - 140 Large Tweezers c.2nd-4th century AD

628 £400 - 600 Bead Collection c.1st c. AD and later

629 £60 - 80 Oil Lamp 3rd-5th century AD 11


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630 £600 - 800 Military Belt Mounts 4th-5th century AD

631 £400 - 600 Glass Face Bead 1st c. BC-1st c. AD

632 £120 - 170 Medical Instruments 1st-4th century AD

633 £120 - 170 Decorated Oil Lamp 4th-5th century AD

634 £100 - 140 Redware Platter 4th century AD

635 £120 - 170 Mars Oil Lamp Late 4th century AD

636 £120 - 170 Votive Minerva 1st-2nd century AD

637 £200 - 300 Monogram Signaculum 4th-6th century AD

638 £600 - 800 Ring with Warrior 2nd-3rd century AD

639 £50 - 70 Footed Bowl 2nd-4th century AD

640 £6000 - 8000 Satyr Statuette 1st-2nd century AD

641 £80 - 100 Bone Dice Pair 2nd-4th century AD

642 £200 - 300 Military Phalera 1st-3rd century AD

643 £300 - 400 Gold Gem Pendant 2nd-4th century AD

644 £50 - 70 Glass Bead Necklace 1st c. AD and later

645 £120 - 170 Hermes Oil Lamp 2nd century AD

646 £50 - 70 Laurel Ring 3rd-4th century AD

647 £120 - 170 Glass Bangles 1st c. BC-1st c. AD

648 £300 - 400 Gilt Cupid 1st-3rd century AD

649 £100 - 140 Key Ring Collection 1st-5th century AD

650 £4000 - 6000 Satyr Glass Lamp 3rd-4th century AD

651 £300 - 400 Hercules Figurine 1st-2nd century AD

652 £80 - 100 Bone Dice Pair 2nd-4th century AD

653 £80 - 100 Lock Plate Group 1st-3rd century AD

654 £500 - 700 Military Face Urn 1st-4th century AD

655 £80 - 100 Wheel Brooches 2nd-3rd century AD

656 £80 - 100 Decorated Bracelet 1st-3rd century AD

657 £100 - 140 Ring Bezel 2nd-3rd century AD

658 £30 - 40 Figural Ring 1st-3rd century AD

659 £120 - 170 Gladiator Oil Lamp 4th-5th century AD

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For charges payable in addition to the final hammer price of each Lot see paragraphs 19 & 26 at the back of the catalogue


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660 £150 - 200 Bull's Head Ring 1st century AD

661 £60 - 80 Head Group 1st c. BC-1st c. AD

662 £200 - 300 Blue Glass Pendant 1st c. AD and later

663 £80 - 100 Belt Attachment 1st century AD

664 £250 - 350 Silver Bird Group 2nd-3rd century AD

665 £150 - 200 Figural Mounts 1st c. BC-3rd c. AD

666 £60 - 80 Enamelled Seal Box 2nd-3rd century AD

667 £120 - 170 Rock Crystal Beads 1st c. AD and later

668 £400 - 600 Eye Bead Group 2nd-4th century AD

669 £30 - 40 Key and Shot 2nd-17th century AD

670 £300 - 400 Bird Statuette c.2nd century AD

671 £20 - 30 Bow Brooch Group 1st c. BC-2nd c. AD

672 £200 - 300 Bone Dice Group 1st-3rd century AD

673 £30 - 40 Figural Ring 1st-3rd century AD

674 £450 - 650 Blue Ribbed Vessel 1st century AD

675 £80 - 100 Silver Ring 4th-5th century AD

676 £500 - 700 Military Face Urn 1st-4th century AD

677 £18,000 - 24,000 Statuette of Venus 2nd-4th century AD

678 £300 - 400 Ring with Eros 2nd-3rd century AD

679 £60 - 80 Palmette Oil Lamp 6th-7th century AD

680 £100 - 140 Gemstone with Eagle 2nd-3rd century AD

681 £50 - 70 Dolphin Type Brooch 1st-3rd century AD

682 £300 - 400 Millefiori Beads 1st c. AD and later

683 £40 - 60 Trumpet Brooch 1st-2nd century AD

684 £700 - 900 Handle with Panther 4th-5th century AD

685 £120 - 170 Hippocampus Oil Lamp 2nd century AD

686 £100 - 140 Theatre Tokens 3rd c. BC-1st c. AD

687 £100 - 140 Ring with Minerva 2nd-3rd century AD

688 £400 - 600 Redware Platter 3rd-5th century AD

689 £80 - 100 Bone Dice Pair 2nd-4th century AD

For charges payable in addition to the final hammer price of each Lot see paragraphs 19 & 26 at the back of the catalogue

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690 £700 - 900 Chair Fittings 1st-2nd century AD

691 £120 - 170 Gold Pendant 1st-3rd century AD

692 £150 - 200 Legionary Ring 3rd century AD or later

693 £80 - 100 Gold Earring 2nd-3rd century AD

694 £180 - 240 Gold Pendant 1st-3rd century AD

695 £400 - 600 Glass Disc Weight 1st-2nd century AD

696 £120 - 170 Lion Oil Lamp 2nd century AD

697 £300 - 400 Silver Statuettes 2nd-3rd century AD

698 £300 - 400 Silver Statuettes 2nd-3rd century AD

699 £100 - 140 Theatre Tokens 1st c. BC-1st c. AD

700 £60 - 80 Bone Dice Pair 2nd-4th century AD

701 £500 - 700 Bull Statuette 1st-2nd century AD

702 £120 - 170 Phallic Pendant 1st-3rd century AD

703 £100 - 140 Redware Bowl 4th-5th century AD

704 £300 - 400 Millefiori Beads 1st c. AD and later

705 £120 - 170 Fortuna Gemstone 1st-2nd century AD

706 £40 - 60 Redware Pottery 4th century AD

707 £200 - 300 T NIKO Bread Stamp 3rd-4th century AD

708 £100 - 140 Silver Lunar Pendant 2nd-3rd century AD

709 £60 - 80 Horse Brooch c.2nd century AD

710 £250 - 350 Bead Necklace 1st-3rd century AD

711 £80 - 100 Knee Brooches 2nd century AD

712 £200 - 300 Silver Zeus Pendant 2nd-3rd century AD

713 £150 - 200 Figural Pendant 2nd-3rd century AD

714 £120 - 170 Pendant Necklace 1st c. AD and later

715 £100 - 140 Silver Ring 2nd-4th century AD

716 £120 - 170 Dolphin Mount 3rd-4th century AD

717 £100 - 140 Statuette Arm 1st-3rd century AD

718 £100 - 140 Tinned Platter 1st-2nd century AD

719 £150 - 200 Handle with Captives 1st-3rd century AD

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For charges payable in addition to the final hammer price of each Lot see paragraphs 19 & 26 at the back of the catalogue


Antiquities

TimeLine Auctions

720 £400 - 600 Glass Bead Necklace 1st-3rd c. AD and later

721 £100 - 140 Wolf Bracelet 2nd-4th century AD

722 £100 - 140 Phallic Pendant 1st-2nd century AD

723 £300 - 400 Chariot Fitting 1st-2nd century AD

724 £600 - 800 Clasped Hands Ring 3rd century AD

725 £80 - 100 Mirror with Case 1st-3rd century AD

726 £100 - 140 Fresco Fragments 1st century AD

727 £80 - 100 Ring with Lion 4th-5th century AD

728 £100 - 140 Gold 'Sun' Disc 2nd-4th century AD

729 £200 - 300 Necklace Bead String 1st c. AD and later

730 £600 - 800 Gold Pendant 2nd-3rd century AD

731 £40 - 60 Ceramic Vessel c.2nd-3rd century AD

732 £120 - 170 Athlete's Strigil 1st-2nd century AD

733 £150 - 200 Figural Oil Lamp 3rd-4th century AD

734 £40 - 60 Ceramic Vessel c.1st-3rd century AD

735 £200 - 300 Silver Fish Brooch 2nd century AD

736 £60 - 80 Silver Lunar Pendant 2nd-3rd century AD

737 £300 - 400 Ring with Lion 2nd-3rd century AD

738 £450 - 650 Glass Balsamarium 3rd-5th century AD

739 £80 - 100 Horse Head Brooch 2nd century AD

740 £100 - 140 Fresco Fragments 1st century AD

741 £100 - 140 Theatre Tokens 3rd c. BC-1st c. AD

742 £600 - 800 Gemstone Pendant 2nd-3rd century AD

743 £60 - 80 Medusa Oil Lamp 2nd century AD

744 £50 - 70 Blue Glass Beads 1st c. AD and later

745 £80 - 100 Decorated Bracelet 1st-2nd century AD

746 £120 - 170 Rock Crystal Beads 1st-3rd century AD

747 £150 - 200 Figural Mounts 1st c. AD and later

748 £200 - 300 Bone Dice Group 1st-3rd century AD

749 £300 - 400 Banqueteer Figurine c.1st century AD

For charges payable in addition to the final hammer price of each Lot see paragraphs 19 & 26 at the back of the catalogue

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Antiquities

TimeLine Auctions

750 £300 - 400 Gold & Gem Pendant c.1st century AD

751 £120 - 170 Phallic Pendant 1st-3rd century AD

752 £18,000 - 24,000 Commander Fresco 1st c. BC-1st c. AD

753 £100 - 140 Augustus Pendant 1st c. BC-1st c. AD

754 £60 - 80 Military Fittings 1st-2nd century AD

755 £100 - 140 Theatre Tokens 3rd c. BC-1st c. AD

756 £250 - 350 Eagle Statuette c.2nd century AD

757 £50 - 70 Ring with Gemstone 1st c. BC-1st c. AD

758 £150 - 200 Mercury Pendant 3rd-4th century AD

759 £80 - 100 Lead Seal Group Mainly 2nd-4th c. AD

760 £40 - 60 Redware Pottery 4th century AD

761 £80 - 100 Knee Brooches 2nd century AD

762 £50 - 70 Oil Lamp 1st-2nd century AD

763 £300 - 400 Millefiori Roundel 2nd century AD

764 £400 - 600 Gold Earring Pair 2nd-3rd c. AD & later

765 £300 - 400 Silver Lunar Pendant 2nd-3rd century AD

766 £120 - 170 Agate Gemstones 1st-2nd century AD

767 £1000 - 1400 Gold & Glass Braclet Mid-1st c. BC-2nd c.AD

768 £200 - 300 Gold Pendant c.2nd century AD

769 £1000 - 1400 Gemstone Gold Ring 2nd-3rd century AD

770 £2000 - 3000 Oil Lamp with Head 2nd-3rd c. AD & later

771 £800 - 1000 Silver Implements 1st-2nd century AD

772 £300 - 400 Gripping Hands Group 1st c. BC and earlier

773 £200 - 300 'Loaded' Crystal Die 1st-2nd century AD

774 £120 - 170 Lead Seal Group 1st-3rd century AD

775 £300 - 400 Jupiter Figurine 1st c. BC-1st c. AD

776 £150 - 200 Harpocrates Pendant 3rd century AD

777 £300 - 400 Statuette of Victory 2nd-3rd c. AD & later

778 £40 - 60 Ceramic Vessel 1st-3rd century AD

779 £200 - 300 Gold Gem Pendant 1st-2nd century AD

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For charges payable in addition to the final hammer price of each Lot see paragraphs 19 & 26 at the back of the catalogue


Antiquities

TimeLine Auctions

780 £300 - 400 Gold Amulet Pendant 2nd-3rd century AD

781 £400 - 600 Actor Attachment 1st-3rd century AD

782 £250 - 350 Gold Earrings 2nd-3rd century AD

783 £2000 - 3000 Legionary Gemstone 2nd-3rd century AD

784 £120 - 170 Cornucopia Weight 2nd-4th century AD

785 £180 - 240 Gold Pendant 1st-2nd century AD

786 £300 - 400 Baldric Fastener 3rd century AD

787 £120 - 170 Putto Oil Lamp 3rd century AD

788 £300 - 400 Silver Statuettes 2nd-3rd century AD

789 £100 - 140 Theatre Tokens 3rd c. BC-1st c. AD

790 £100 - 140 Buckle Group 4th-6th century AD

791 £120 - 170 Bull Oil Lamp 2nd century AD

792 £100 - 140 Theatre Tokens 3rd c. BC-1st c. AD

793 £120 - 170 Horse Mounts 1st-3rd century AD

794 £400 - 600 Ring with Gemstone 2nd century AD

795 £400 - 600 Earrings with Pearls 3rd-4th century AD

796 £500 - 700 Silver Seal Matrix 4th-5th century AD

797 £30 - 40 Ring with Goat 1st-3rd century AD

798 £6000 - 8000 Apollo Statuette 2nd-3rd century AD

799 £700 - 900 Glass Bead Necklace 3rd-4th century AD

800 £120 - 170 Toy Vessels 1st-3rd century AD

801 £100 - 140 Theatre Tokens 1st c. BC-1st c. AD

802 £100 - 140 Bow Brooches 1st-3rd century AD

803 £200 - 300 Ram's Head Terminal 1st-2nd century AD

804 £120 - 170 Horse Oil Lamp 4th-5th century AD

805 £400 - 600 Ring with Victory 2nd-3rd century AD

806 £200 - 300 Ring with Gemstone 3rd-4th century AD

807 £200 - 300 Gold Betrothal Ring c.3rd c. AD or later

808 £30 - 40 Ceramic Fragments 2nd c. AD and later

809 £180 - 240 Sprinkler Flask 1st-2nd century AD

For charges payable in addition to the final hammer price of each Lot see paragraphs 19 & 26 at the back of the catalogue

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Antiquities

TimeLine Auctions

810 £700 - 900 Navigational Compass 2nd-3rd century AD

811 £120 - 170 Mercury Ring 1st century AD

812 £400 - 600 Intaglio Collection 1st c. AD and later

813 £100 - 140 Large Latch Key c.2nd-3rd century AD

814 £40 - 60 Ceramic Vessel 2nd-3rd century AD

815 £200 - 300 Silver Axe Brooch 2nd century AD

816 £100 - 140 Theatre Tokens 1st c. BC-1st c. AD

817 £60 - 80 Votive Sword Pendant 1st c. BC-1st c. AD

818 £200 - 300 Gemstone Collection 1st-3rd century AD

819 £100 - 140 Fresco Fragments 1st century AD

820 £80 - 100 Stylus with Eraser 2nd-3rd century AD

821 £60 - 80 Rearing Horse Ring 1st-3rd century AD

822 £120 - 170 Socrates Oil Lamp 2nd-3rd century AD

823 £100 - 140 Clasped Hands Ring 2nd-3rd century AD

824 £80 - 100 Knee Brooches 2nd century AD

825 £1000 - 1400 Balsamarium 2nd-3rd century AD

826 £100 - 140 Glass Bead Necklace 1st c. BC and earlier

827 £120 - 170 Jupiter Oil Lamp 2nd century AD

828 £200 - 300 Bone Dice Group 1st-3rd century AD

829 £100 - 140 Theatre Tokens 3rd c. BC-1st c. AD

Byzantine Lots 832 - 860 830 £300 - 400 Millefiori Mount 3rd century AD

831 £120 - 170 Boar Oil Lamp 1st century AD

832 £100 - 140 Inscribed Ring 6th-8th century AD

833 £120 - 170 Commercial Seals 9th-12th century AD

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834 £250 - 350 Bottle with Animals 4th-6th century AD

835 £100 - 140 Silver Ring 5th-7th century AD

836 £250 - 350 Gold Bead 8th-10th century AD

For charges payable in addition to the final hammer price of each Lot see paragraphs 19 & 26 at the back of the catalogue


Antiquities

TimeLine Auctions

837 £300 - 400 Shield Mount 6th-7th century AD

838 £200 - 300 Reliquary Pendant c.9th century AD

839 £100 - 140 Bronze Mace Head 11th-12th century AD

840 £400 - 600 Gold Earring 11th-12th century AD

841 £1000 - 1400 Gold Ring with Ruby 7th-10th century AD

842 £400 - 600 Gold Gemstone Ring 6th-9th century AD

843 £250 - 350 Gold Disc with Cross 6th-9th century AD

844 £1000 - 1400 Reliquary Pendant 12th-14th c. AD or later

845 £100 - 140 Buckle Collection 6th-10th century AD

846 £100 - 140 Cross Pendant 14th-15th century AD

847 £200 - 300 Reliquary Pendant 11th century AD

848 £100 - 140 Buckle Collection 6th-10th century AD

849 £150 - 200 Belt Decoration c.15th century AD

850 £100 - 140 Openwork Censer 6th-7th century AD

851 £80 - 100 Jewelled Cross 9th-12th century AD

852 £200 - 300 Reliquary Pendant 10th-11th century AD

853 £200 - 300 Bone Pin with Cross 6th century AD

854 £200 - 300 Gold Star Pendant 6th-7th century AD

855 £120 - 170 Cross Pendant Group 10th-14th century AD

856 £400 - 600 Filigree Earrings 6th-8th century AD

857 £100 - 140 Buckle Collection 6th-10th century AD

858 £200 - 300 Gold Pendant 13th-14th century AD

859 £50 - 70 Buckle and Plate 6th-7th century AD

860 £120 - 170 Cross Collection 10th-14th century AD

Western Asiatic Lots 861 - 1089 861 £200 - 300 Hunnic Stamp 4th-5th century AD For charges payable in addition to the final hammer price of each Lot see paragraphs 19 & 26 at the back of the catalogue

862 £50 - 70 Achaemenid Beads 6th c. BC and later 19


Antiquities

TimeLine Auctions

863 £600 - 800 Elamite Bead Necklace 2nd millennium BC

864 £30 - 40 Ring with Zig-Zag c.6th-7th century AD

865 £400 - 600 Glass Bead Necklace 1st millennium BC

866 £100 - 140 Old Babylonian Dogs 20th-16th century BC

867 £300 - 400 Cylinder Seal 2nd-1st millennium BC

868 £150 - 200 Luristan Platter 13th-6th century BC

869 £300 - 400 Sassanian Vessel 8th-9th century AD

870 £200 - 300 Cuneiform Tablet 1st M BC or earlier

871 £60 - 80 Cylinder Seal 1st M BC or later

872 £150 - 200 Snake Bracelet 2nd-1st millennium BC

873 £700 - 900 Achaemenid Pin 6th-4th century BC

874 £200 - 300 Elamite Cup Early 1st millennium BC

875 £200 - 300 Amlash Bronze Bowl 2nd-1st millennium BC

876 £40 - 60 Ur III Text Fragment 3rd millennium BC

877 £150 - 200 Bone Face 1st millennium BC

878 £200 - 300 Anatolian Idol 3rd M BC or later

879 £150 - 200 Sassanian Seals 3rd-7th century AD

880 £200 - 300 Bronze Age Storage Jar 4th-3rd millennium BC

881 £120 - 170 Cylinder Seal 2nd millennium BC

882 £200 - 300 Achaemenid Ring 5th-4th century BC

883 £150 - 200 Luristan Bronze Bowl 13th-6th century BC

884 £600 - 800 Sassanian Ornament c.5th century AD

885 £300 - 400 South Arabian Vessel 2nd c. BC-2nd c. AD

886 £150 - 200 Judean Stamp Seal 8th century BC

887 £6000 - 8000 Sassanian Glass Dish 6th-7th century AD

888 £200 - 300 Elamite Footed Bowl Early 1st millennium BC

889 £400 - 600 Ceremonial Vessel 1st millennium BC

890 £100 - 140 Urartu Stamp Seal c.8th-7th century BC

891 £100 - 140 Seals and Amulets Mainly 1st M BC

892 £100 - 140 Akkadian Plaque c.3rd millennium BC

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For charges payable in addition to the final hammer price of each Lot see paragraphs 19 & 26 at the back of the catalogue


Antiquities

TimeLine Auctions

893 £100 - 140 Seal and Bead Group Mainly 1st M BC

894 £100 - 140 Stamp Seal 1st millennium BC

895 £800 - 1000 Akkadian Face Mount 16th-14th century BC

896 £120 - 170 Bactrian Bead String 1st M BC or later

897 £120 - 170 Kohl Jar 1st millennium BC

898 £400 - 600 Sassanian Weights 3rd-7th century AD

899 £800 - 1000 Stamp Seals 1st millennium BC

900 £50 - 70 Bovine Head Plaque c.1st millennium BC

901 £40 - 60 Hardstone Bead Group 17th-18th c.AD or earlier

902 £400 - 600 Stamp Seal Group 2nd-1st millennium BC

903 £200 - 300 Cylinder Seal Group 31st-6th century BC

904 £200 - 300 Amlash Vessel 3rd-2nd millennium BC

905 £300 - 400 Sassanian Belt Mount 6th-8th century AD

906 £30 - 40 Amlash Ring 2nd-1st millennium BC

907 £50 - 70 Bronze Age Bowl 3rd millennium BC

908 £300 - 400 Sumerian Seal Amulet c.3rd millennium BC

909 £250 - 350 Old Babylonian Seal 2nd millennium BC

910 £60 - 80 Cuneiform Tablet 3rd millennium BC

911 £150 - 200 Amlash Wine Flagon 1st millennium BC

912 £150 - 200 Luristan Spearhead 13th-6th century BC

913 £120 - 170 Edomite Stamp Seal 8th-6th century BC

914 £1500 - 2000 Neo-Sumerian Seal 2112-2004 BC

915 £300 - 400 Anatolia Kilia Heads 3rd millennium BC

916 £100 - 140 Urartu Pendant Seal 1st millennium BC

917 £6000 - 8000 Mesopotamian Eye Idol 4th-3rd millennium BC

918 £50 - 70 Pin with Seal Finial 2nd millennium BC

919 £350 - 450 Bactrian Chalice 3rd millennium BC

920 £150 - 200 Seal with Archer 12th-10th century BC

921 £50 - 70 Ceramic Jar 3rd-2nd millennium BC

922 £150 - 200 Canaanite Figure 2nd millennium BC

For charges payable in addition to the final hammer price of each Lot see paragraphs 19 & 26 at the back of the catalogue

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Antiquities

TimeLine Auctions

923 £200 - 300 Animal-Headed Bead 6th-4th century BC

924 £1000 - 1400 Speckled Calcite Vessel 2nd millennium BC

925 £300 - 400 Stamp Seal c.6th-4th century BC

926 £150 - 200 Luristan Axehead 13th-6th century BC

927 £150 - 200 Sassanian Seals 3rd-7th century AD

928 £200 - 300 Bactrian Stone Jar 2nd millennium BC

929 £2500 - 3500 Cylinder Seal 2nd-early 1st M BC

930 £3000 - 4000 Tepe Hissar Marble Idol 23rd-19th century BC

931 £700 - 900 Bead Necklace 1st millennium BC

932 £80 - 100 Cylinder Seal 14th-10th century BC

933 £1000 - 1400 Elamite Necklace 2nd-early 1st M BC

934 £200 - 300 Urartu Bronze Bowl 6th-5th century BC

935 £100 - 140 Sumerian Amulet 3rd-2nd millennium BC

936 £400 - 600 Bactrian Idol 2nd millennium BC

937 £700 - 900 Stamp Seal Group 3rd-7th century AD

938 £50 - 70 Amlash Pendant 13th-12th century BC

939 £400 - 600 Elamite Bracelet 9th-8th century BC

940 £80 - 100 Jemdet Nasr Amulet 3rd millennium BC

941 £250 - 350 Amlash Animal Group 1st millennium BC

942 £4000 - 6000 Parthian Plate 1st c. BC-1st c. AD & later

943 £200 - 300 Cylinder Seal Group 31st-10th century BC

944 £200 - 300 Large Stamp Seal c.2nd millennium BC

945 £150 - 200 Bronze Age Bowl 3rd millennium BC

946 £80 - 100 Cylinder Seal 31st-30th century BC

947 £5000 - 7000 Sassanian Bowl 3rd-7th century AD

948 £100 - 140 Sassanian Seal 3rd-7th century AD

949 £250 - 350 Gold Idol Pendant 5th-4th millennium BC

950 £500 - 700 Glass Eye 6th-4th century BC

951 £150 - 200 Trans Jordan Bowl 30th-27th century BC

952 £600 - 800 Pendant Necklace 1st millennium BC

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For charges payable in addition to the final hammer price of each Lot see paragraphs 19 & 26 at the back of the catalogue


Antiquities

TimeLine Auctions

953 £100 - 140 Urartu Bowl 6th-4th century BC

954 £700 - 900 Achaemenid Pin 6th-4th century BC

955 £1000 - 1400 Ziwiye Vessel 8th-7th century BC

956 £150 - 200 Bactrian Stone Jar 2nd millennium BC

957 £60 - 80 Stamp Seal 1st millennium BC

958 £200 - 300 Alabaster Jar 1st millennium BC

959 £4000 - 6000 Proto-Elamite Vessel 3rd-2nd millennium BC

960 £250 - 350 Bactrian Chalice 3rd-2nd millennium BC

961 £200 - 300 Geometric Stamp Seal 1st millennium BC

962 £300 - 400 Bactrian Kohl Pot 3rd-2nd millennium BC

963 £300 - 400 Elamite Pendant 2nd-early 1st M BC

964 £100 - 140 Decorated Bracelet 2nd-1st millennium BC

965 £100 - 140 Jemdet Nasr Seal c.31st-29th century BC

966 £300 - 400 Persian Applique 8th-7th c. BC or later

967 £1500 - 2000 Cylinder Seal Pendant 1st M BC or earlier

968 £80 - 100 Jemdet Nasr Amulet 3rd millennium BC

969 £200 - 300 Bronze Seal Group 2nd millennium BC

970 £50 - 70 Luristan Kohl Pot 13th-6th century BC

971 £100 - 140 Decorated Bracelet 2nd-1st millennium BC

972 £400 - 600 Bactrian Beaker 3rd-2nd millennium BC

973 £150 - 200 Sassanian Seals Mainly 3rd-7th c. AD

974 £300 - 400 Ceramic Jar 3rd-2nd millennium BC

975 £150 - 200 Mesopotamian Seal 31st-30th century BC

976 £200 - 300 Neo-Babylonian Seal 7th-6th century BC

977 £120 - 170 Agate Bead Necklace 1st M BC and later

978 £300 - 400 Bactrian Stone Head 2nd millennium BC

979 £100 - 140 Canaanite Stamp Seal c.1000 BC

980 £80 - 100 Animal Cylinder Seal 16th-10th century BC

981 £200 - 300 Alabaster Jar 1st millennium BC

982 £200 - 300 Large Luristan Plate 13th-6th century BC

For charges payable in addition to the final hammer price of each Lot see paragraphs 19 & 26 at the back of the catalogue

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Antiquities

TimeLine Auctions

983 £200 - 300 Large Luristan Plate 13th-6th century BC

984 £100 - 140 Seal with Figures 10th-8th century BC

985 £200 - 300 Bactrian Bead String 1st millennium BC

986 £120 - 170 Bronze Age Jar Early 1st millennium BC

987 £300 - 400 Banded Agate Beads 1st M BC and later

988 £180 - 240 Mesopotamian Pendant 2nd-1st millennium BC

989 £300 - 400 Bactrian Necklace 3rd-2nd millennium BC

990 £200 - 300 Sassanian Bowl 3rd-7th century AD

991 £100 - 140 Sassanian Vase c.5th century AD

992 £120 - 170 Luristan Vessel 10th-7th century BC

993 £50 - 70 Cuneiform Tablet 3rd millennium BC

994 £100 - 140 Bactrian Vessel 3rd-2nd millennium BC

995 £3000 - 4000 Median Bowl Mount 9th-8th century BC

996 £100 - 140 Bronze Age Jar 3rd-2nd millennium BC

997 £150 - 200 Cuneiform Bowl 4th-3rd millennium BC

998 £250 - 350 Amlash Teapot 1st millennium BC

999 £250 - 350 Bird-Shaped Vessel 2nd-1st millennium BC

1000 £80 - 100 Cylinder Seal 1st millennium BC

1001 £100 - 140 Bracelet Pair 1st millennium BC

1002 £180 - 240 Urartian Pins 9th-6th century BC

1003 £100 - 140 Western Asiatic Seal 9th-8th century BC

1004 £100 - 140 Female Idol c.3rd millennium BC

1005 £300 - 400 Late Amlash Askos 7th-4th century BC

1006 £50 - 70 Vase 1st millennium BC

1007 £200 - 300 Luristan Pin 11th-9th century BC

1008 £300 - 400 Amlash Cage Pendants 2nd millennium BC

1009 £50 - 70 Sassanian Stamp Seal 3rd-7th century AD

1010 £300 - 400 Silver Pins 4th c. BC-2nd c. AD

1011 £200 - 300 Sassanian Bowl 3rd-7th century AD

1012 £100 - 140 Terracotta Bowl 1st millennium BC

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For charges payable in addition to the final hammer price of each Lot see paragraphs 19 & 26 at the back of the catalogue


Antiquities

TimeLine Auctions

1013 £200 - 300 Cylinder Seal Group 26th-7th century BC

1014 £150 - 200 Bactrian Stone Jar 2nd millennium BC

1015 £200 - 300 Limestone Jar c.2nd millennium BC

1016 £200 - 300 Amlash Cage Beads 2nd-1st millennium BC

1017 £120 - 140 Gold Bell Pendant 11th-5th century BC

1018 £250 - 350 Holy Land Juglet 1st millennium BC

1019 £150 - 200 Sassanian Seals 3rd-7th century AD

1020 £150 - 200 Amlash Wine Flagon 1st millennium BC

1021 £180 - 240 Bactrian Chalice 2nd millennium BC

1022 £100 - 140 Luristan Bronze Bowl 13th-6th century BC

1023 £60 - 80 Luristan Kohl Pot 10th-8th century BC

1024 £200 - 300 Holy Land Flask 11th-6th century BC

1025 £120 - 170 Luristan Stag 1st millennium BC

1026 £120 - 170 Graeco-Persian Stone 3rd century BC

1027 £100 - 140 Jemdet Nasr Seals 3rd millennium BC

1028 £100 - 140 Luristan Bracelets 13th-6th century BC

1029 £50 - 70 Ring with Gemstone 4th-5th century AD

1030 £100 - 140 Sassanian Ring 4th century AD

1031 £1000 - 1400 Bactrian Idol 2nd millennium BC

1032 £800 - 1000 Elamite Necklace 2nd-early 1st M BC

1033 £200 - 300 Figural Gold Sheet c.5th-4th century BC

1034 £40 - 60 Anatolian Idol c.5th millennium BC

1035 £100 - 140 Amlash Bell Pendants 2nd-1st millennium BC

1036 £200 - 300 Earthenware Jar 2nd millennium BC

1037 £2000 - 3000 Marlik Bead Necklace 11th-9th century BC

1038 £400 - 600 Amlash Handled Jar 1st millennium BC

1039 £200 - 300 Bactrian Chalice 2nd millennium BC

1040 £100 - 140 Bactrian Bowl 2nd millennium BC

1041 £100 - 140 Achaemenid Bowl 6th-4th century BC

1042 £200 - 300 Sassanian Ingots 3rd-7th century AD

For charges payable in addition to the final hammer price of each Lot see paragraphs 19 & 26 at the back of the catalogue

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Antiquities

TimeLine Auctions

1043 £600 - 800 Astarte Female Figure 1st millennium BC

1044 £100 - 140 Painted Jar c.2nd millennium BC

1045 £100 - 140 Barrel-Shaped Seal 31st-26th century BC

1046 £100 - 140 Luristan Bronze Bowl 13th-6th century BC

1047 £300 - 400 Gold Earring Pair 1st millennium BC

1048 £100 - 140 Bactrian Vessel 2nd millennium BC

1049 £700 - 900 Elamite Necklace 1st M BC or earlier

1050 £80 - 100 Camel Figurine 1st millennium BC

1051 £60 - 80 Sassanian Stamp Seal 3rd-7th century AD

1052 £200 - 300 Bactrian Vessel 3rd-2nd millennium BC

1053 £300 - 400 Sassanian Mounts 3rd-7th century AD

1054 £100 - 140 Urartu Stamp Seal 8th-7th century BC

1055 £100 - 140 Sassanian Earrings 3rd-7th century AD

1056 £300 - 400 Bead Necklace 1st M BC or later

1057 £400 - 600 Stamp Seals 2nd-1st millennium BC

1058 £100 - 140 Trans-Jordan Jar 3000-2700 BC

1059 £100 - 140 Vessel Collection 2nd-1st millennium BC

1060 £300 - 400 Sumerian Bulla 4th-3rd millennium BC

1061 £60 - 80 Sassanian Jewellery 3rd-7th century AD

1062 £80 - 100 Bactrian Kohl Pot 3rd-2nd millennium BC

1063 £800 - 1000 Lapis Bead Necklace 1st millennium BC

1064 £250 - 350 Gold Earrings 1st millennium BC

1065 £300 - 400 Vessel with Ibex 3rd-2nd millennium BC

1066 £250 - 350 Urartian Pins 8th-7th century BC

1067 £80 - 100 Bactrian Kohl Pot 3rd-2nd millennium BC

1068 £200 - 300 Trans-Jordan Bowl 3rd millennium BC

1069 £250 - 350 Achaemenid Applique 6th-3rd century BC

1070 £120 - 170 Idar Oberstein Bead Early-mid 20th c. AD

1071 £120 - 170 Bronze Age Vase 2nd-1st millennium BC

1072 £150 - 200 Snake Bracelet 2nd-1st millennium BC

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For charges payable in addition to the final hammer price of each Lot see paragraphs 19 & 26 at the back of the catalogue


Antiquities

TimeLine Auctions

1073 £180 - 240 Bactrian Chalice 2nd millennium BC

1074 £100 - 140 Trans-Jordan Bowl 30th-27th century BC

1075 £700 - 900 Elamite Bead Necklace 24th-21st century BC

1076 £120 - 170 Terracotta Platter 1st millennium BC

1077 £150 - 200 Luristan Animals 13th-6th century BC

1078 £250 - 350 Amlash Bird Jar 2nd-1st millennium BC

1079 £100 - 140 Snake Bracelet 2nd-1st millennium BC

1080 £6000 - 8000 Achaemenid Bull Fitting 6th-5th century BC

1081 £100 - 140 Luristan Bronze Bowl 13th-7th century BC

1082 £400 - 600 Bactrian Idol 2nd millennium BC

1083 £300 - 400 Elamite Silver Lion 1st millennium BC

1084 £100 - 140 Gold Bead Collection 11th-5th century BC

1085 £800 - 1000 Gemstone Ring 3rd-6th century AD

1086 £300 - 400 Bactrian Pedestal 1st millennium BC

1087 £200 - 300 Alabaster Jar 1st millennium BC

Antiquities 02 December 1088 £120 - 170 Agate Bead Necklace 1st M BC and later

1089 £80 - 100 Stamp Seal with Zebu 3rd-2nd millennium BC

Chinese & Far Eastern Lots 1090 - 1176

1090 £200 - 300 Wei Buddha Brick 534-550 AD

1091 £2500 - 3500 Altar Vessel 17th-18th century AD

For charges payable in addition to the final hammer price of each Lot see paragraphs 19 & 26 at the back of the catalogue

1092 £200 - 300 Bird on Snake Lamp 19th c. AD or earlier

1093 £150 - 200 Ming Stone Head 1368-1644 AD

1094 £500 - 700 Sino-Tibetan Buddha 19th-20th century AD 27


Antiquities

TimeLine Auctions

1095 £40 - 60 Ming Shipwreck Dish 1368-1644 AD

1096 £150 - 200 Yuan Glazed Jar 16th-17th century AD

1097 £50 - 70 Tang Model Saddle 618-907 AD

1098 £150 - 200 Glazed Jar 16th-17th century AD

1099 £100 - 140 Cau Mau Boy 18th century AD

1100 £80 - 100 Tibetan Thangka Group Late 20th century AD

1101 £300 - 400 Japanese Playing Cards Late 19th century AD

1102 £300 - 400 Vietnamese Beads 2nd c.BC-2nd c.AD & later

1103 £2500 - 3500 Rock Crystal Vessel 475-221 BC or later

1104 £200 - 300 Tang Lidded Jar 618-907 AD

1105 £500 - 700 Sino-Tibetan Vajravarahi 19th-20th century AD

1106 £80 - 100 Tibetan Dagger 19th-20th century AD

1107 £100 - 140 Tibetan Sutra Leaves Mid-late 20th c. AD

1108 £80 - 100 Tibetan Prayer Wheel 20th century AD

1109 £40 - 60 Tibetan Sutra Pages 18th-19th century AD

1110 £200 - 300 Chinese Mirror 19th c. AD or earlier

1111 £350 - 450 Thai Seated Buddha 19th century AD

1112 £180 - 240 Central Asian Rider 3rd c. BC-3rd c. AD

1113 £300 - 400 Book of Rubbings Assembled 1818 AD

1114 £40 - 60 Phra Sankachai 17th c. AD or later

1115 £300 - 400 Jade Necklace 20th century AD

1116 £50 - 70 South Asian Figures 19th-20th century AD

1117 £40 - 60 Asian Door Handle 19th-20th century AD

1118 £180 - 240 Ordos Animal Plaques 5th-2nd century BC

1119 £200 - 300 Woven Silk Panel 19th-20th century AD

1120 £200 - 300 Wei Buddha Brick 534-550 AD

1121 £700 - 900 Cambodian Earrings 13th-15th century AD

1122 £100 - 140 Tibetan Pendant 20th century AD

1123 £40 - 60 Tibetan Sutra Pages 18th-19th century AD

1124 £500 - 700 Sino-Tibetan Arya Tara 19th-20th century AD

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For charges payable in addition to the final hammer price of each Lot see paragraphs 19 & 26 at the back of the catalogue


Antiquities

TimeLine Auctions

1125 £40 - 60 Japanese Waka Cards 19th century AD

1126 £50 - 70 Buddhist Beads 20th century AD

1127 £300 - 400 Thai Seated Buddha 18th-19th century AD

1128 £50 - 70 Porcelain Bowl 17th c. AD or earlier

1129 £20 - 30 Asian Page Turner 19th-20th century AD

1130 £200 - 300 Ming Model Altar 1368-1644 AD

1131 £120 - 170 Chinese Mirror 618-907 AD or later

1132 £150 - 200 Phoenix Box 19th c. AD or earlier

1133 £600 - 800 Large Decorated Jar 19th-20th century AD

1134 £500 - 700 Sino-Tibetan Figure 20th century AD

1135 £500 - 700 Sino-Tibetan Vajrasattva 19th-20th century AD

1136 £350 - 450 Burmese Wold Amulet 16th-18th century AD

1137 £200 - 300 Wildlife Painting c.1840 AD

1138 £200 - 300 Wei Buddha Brick 534-550 AD

1139 £50 - 70 Asian Belt Buckle 17th-18th century AD

1140 £100 - 140 Sumatra Bone Texts 19th-20th century AD

1141 £40 - 60 Ming Shipwreck Dish 1368-1644 AD

1142 £200 - 300 Han Storage Bowl 206 BC-220 AD

1143 £100 - 140 Tibetan Erotic Book 20th century AD

1144 £300 - 400 Thai Seated Buddha 19th century AD

1145 £300 - 400 Neolithic Jar 3300-2000 BC

1146 £40 - 60 South Asian Naga Kanya 20th century AD

1147 £100 - 140 Cambodian Statue 18th-19th century AD

1148 £40 - 60 Ink Block Group 20th century AD

1149 £400 - 600 Framed Paintings 19th century AD

1150 £500 - 700 Song Flared Jar 960-1127 AD or later

1151 £50 - 70 Glazed Bowl 19th-20th c.AD or earlier

1152 £500 - 700 Bronze Horse 20th c. AD or earlier

1153 £350 - 450 Cambodian Vishnu 19th-20th century AD

1154 £40 - 60 Greyware Jar 3rd millennium BC

For charges payable in addition to the final hammer price of each Lot see paragraphs 19 & 26 at the back of the catalogue

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Antiquities

TimeLine Auctions

1155 £200 - 300 Tibetan Ritual Horn 19th century AD

1156 £50 - 70 Qing Glazed Jar 17th-18th century AD

1157 £150 - 200 Mirror with Dragon 19th c. AD or earlier

1158 £100 - 140 Cau Mau Cup & Saucer 18th century AD

1159 £200 - 300 Woven Silk Panel 19th-20th century AD

1160 £150 - 200 Neolithic Jar 3300-2000 BC

1161 £150 - 200 Song Tea Bowl 960-1127 AD

1162 £1000 - 1400 Glazed Yellow Vessel 19th century AD

1163 £40 - 60 Japanese Texts 18th-19th century AD

1164 £50 - 70 Ring with Serpent 19th century AD

1165 £50 - 70 Sino-Tibetan Beads 20th century AD

1166 £200 - 300 Sino-Tibetan Buddha 20th century AD

1167 £180 - 240 Han Jade Pig 1st-2nd century AD

1168 £180 - 240 Northern Wei Brick 386-534 AD

1169 £40 - 60 Tibetan Tsingkas Late 20th century AD

1170 £200 - 300 Calligraphy Rubbings 19th century AD

1171 £500 - 700 Ming Ink Pot 1368-1644 AD

1172 £80 - 100 Manilla Ring Money 20th c. AD or earlier

1173 £180 - 240 Han Bi Disk 206 BC-220 AD

1174 £50 - 70 Ming Glazed Tray 16th-17th century AD

India & Region Lots 1177 - 1221 1175 £350 - 450 Thai Standing Buddha 19th-20th century AD

1176 £100 - 140 Tang Priest Figure 618-907 AD

1177 £120 - 170 Central Asian Seals 3rd-2nd millennium BC

1178 £100 - 140 Indian Hindu Carving 17th-19th century AD

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1179 £200 - 300 Indus Valley Vessels 4th-2nd M BC and later

1180 £100 - 140 Indus Valley Vessels 3rd-2nd millennium BC

1181 £40 - 60 Indus Valley Vessel 3rd-2nd millennium BC

For charges payable in addition to the final hammer price of each Lot see paragraphs 19 & 26 at the back of the catalogue


Antiquities

TimeLine Auctions

1182 £200 - 300 Indus Valley Vessels 4th-2nd M and later

1183 £50 - 70 Mehrgarh Vessel 3rd millennium BC

1184 £150 - 200 Indus Valley Vessel 3rd millennium BC

1185 £120 - 170 Central Asian Seals 23rd-20th century BC

1186 £150 - 200 Central Asian Seals 3rd-2nd millennium BC

1187 £200 - 300 Indus Valley Figure c.33rd-13th century BC

1188 £2000 - 3000 Mughal Mortar 17th century AD

1189 £150 - 200 Central Asian Seals 3rd-2nd millennium BC

1190 £150 - 200 Indus Valley Vessel 3rd-2nd millennium BC

1191 £150 - 200 Indus Valley Seals 3rd-2nd millennium BC

1192 £200 - 300 Moghul Stamp Seal 17th-18th century AD

1193 £150 - 200 Central Asian Seals 3rd-2nd millennium BC

1194 £150 - 200 Mughal Duck Amulet 17th-18th century AD

1195 £50 - 70 Indus Valley Jar 3rd-2nd millennium BC

1196 £150 - 200 Central Asian Seals Late 3rd-1st M BC

1197 £200 - 300 Indus Valley Vessels 4th-2nd M BC and later

1198 £150 - 200 Central Asian Seals Late 3rd-early 2nd M BC

1199 £120 - 170 Central Asian Seals 23rd-20th century BC

1200 £40 - 60 Indus Valley Vessel 3rd-2nd millennium BC

1201 £120 - 170 Central Asian Seals Late 3rd-2nd M BC

1202 £120 - 150 Indian Painting Late 19th-early 20th c.AD

1203 £120 - 170 Indian Bead Necklace 20th century AD

1204 £150 - 200 Central Asian Seals 3rd-2nd millennium BC

1205 £100 - 140 Indus Valley Beads 2nd M BC or later

1206 £100 - 140 Central Asian Seal 23rd-20th century BC

1207 £150 - 200 Central Asian Seals Late 3rd-2nd M BC

1208 £40 - 60 Indus Valley Vessel 3rd-2nd millennium BC

1209 £1500 - 2000 Deccan Sultanate Lion 16th century AD

1210 £150 - 200 Indus Valley Figure c.33rd-13th century BC

1211 £200 - 300 Central Asian Seals 23rd-20th century BC

For charges payable in addition to the final hammer price of each Lot see paragraphs 19 & 26 at the back of the catalogue

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Antiquities

TimeLine Auctions

1212 £80 - 100 Mehrgarh Vessel 3rd-2nd millennium BC

1213 £1200 - 1700 Habbari Sindh Base 9th-10th century AD

1214 £200 - 300 Indian Painting Collection 19th-20th century AD

1215 £150 - 200 Central Asian Seals 3rd-2nd millennium BC

1216 £50 - 70 Mehrgarh Vessel 3rd millennium BC

1217 £120 - 170 Central Asian Seals 3rd-2nd millennium BC

1218 £500 - 700 Asian Ritual Ladle Late 1st M BC or later

1219 £150 - 200 Indian Monkey God Head 10th-11th century AD

1220 £100 - 140 Indus Valley Figure c.33rd-13th century BC

1221 £150 - 200 Central Asian Seals Late 3rd-1st M BC

Islamic Lots 1222 - 1261

1222 £200 - 300 Persian Gemstones 19th-early 20th c. AD

1223 £300 - 400 Shiraz Glass Jug Early 20th century AD

1224 £100 - 140 Glazed Vase 20th century AD

1225 £150 - 200 Bead Necklace 14th-15th century AD

1226 £100 - 140 Lidded Stone Vessel 20th century AD

1227 £300 - 400 Turkman Painting Late 17th century AD

1228 £80 - 100 Qajar Roundel Early-mid 20th c. AD

1229 £600 - 800 Decorated Flask 12th-13th century AD

1230

11th century AD

1231 £80 - 100 Gemstone Pendant 20th century AD

1232 £200 - 300 Lucknow Gemstones 18th-19th century AD

1233 £300 - 400 Sultanate Stone Text Early 16th century AD

1234 £400 - 600 Rings with Gemstones 19th-20th century AD

1235 £600 - 800 Glazed Vessel 13th-14th century AD

1236 £400 - 600 Ottoman Tile Early 20th century AD

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£800 - 1000

Ghaznavid Column Capital

For charges payable in addition to the final hammer price of each Lot see paragraphs 19 & 26 at the back of the catalogue


Antiquities

TimeLine Auctions

1237 £200 - 300 Bowl Fragment 13th-14th century AD

1238 £50 - 70 Seal on Ring c.13th century AD

1239 £150 - 200 Glazed Vase 20th c. AD or earlier

1240 £250 - 350 Calligraphic Gemstones 19th century AD

1241 £60 - 80 Qajar Crystal Amulet 18th-20th century AD

1242 £300 - 400 Ilkanid Tile 14th century AD

1243 £60 - 80 Glass Inkwell 8th-10th century AD

1244 £300 - 400 Persian Watercolour 18th-19th century AD

1245 £400 - 600 Gold Earring Pair 19th c. AD or earlier

1246 £4000 - 6000 Inlaid Mace Head 12th century AD

1247 £150 - 200 Glass Vessel 14th-16th century AD

1248 £40 - 60 Glazed Oil Lamp c.10th-11th century AD

1249 £1200 - 1700 Kushan Glazed Bowl 12th-13th century AD

1250 £60 - 80 Canon Medicinae Leaf c.17th century AD

1251 £100 - 140 Arabic-Turkish Dictionary 19th century AD

1252 £80 - 100 Ottoman Silver Ring 18th-19th century AD

1253 £40 - 60 Talisman Pendant c.9th-13th century AD

1254 £100 - 140 Glass Camel Vessel 14th-16th century AD

1255 £50 - 70 Rock Crystal Beads 13th-14th century AD

1256 £200 - 300 Forger's Coin Die c.9th-10th century AD

1257 £200 - 300 Lucknow Gemstones 18th-early 19th c. AD

1258 £100 - 140 Bead Collection 20th century AD

1259 £300 - 400 Moroccan Panels 16th century AD

1260 £300 - 400 Inlaid Box 20th century AD

1261 £120 - 170 Dog-Head Finial 19th c. AD or earlier

For charges payable in addition to the final hammer price of each Lot see paragraphs 19 & 26 at the back of the catalogue

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Antiquities

TimeLine Auctions

Arms & Armour Lots 1262 - 1451

1262 £100 - 140 Byzantine Fire Bomb 9th-15th century AD

1263 £30 - 40 Luristan Arrowhead c.10th century BC

1264 £200 - 300 European War-Hammer 13th-17th century AD

1265 £200 - 300 Pinfire Revolver 19th century AD

1266 £120 - 170 Western Asiatic Axe 3rd M BC or later

1267 £150 - 200 Viking Axehead 11th-12th century AD

1268 £500 - 700 European Mace Head 4th-3rd millennium BC

1269 £200 - 300 Viking Axe-Hammer 8th-11th century AD

1270 £50 - 70 Arrowhead Group 6th-5th century BC

1271 £200 - 300 Amlash Spearhead 12th-11th century BC

1272 £150 - 200 Viking Axehead 11th-12th century AD

1273 £120 - 170 Amlash Spearhead 12th-11th century BC

1274 £200 - 300 Viking Axehead 9th-11th century AD

1275 £200 - 300 Roman Spearhead 1st-2nd century AD

1276 £100 - 140 Scythian Pommel 9th-6th century BC

1277 £200 - 300 F and W Revolver c.1875 AD

1278 £200 - 300 Roman Spearhead 1st-2nd century AD

1279 £300 - 400 Pinfire Knife Pistol 19th century AD

1280 £120 - 170 African Axehead 19th century AD

1281 £80 - 100 Greek Arrowheads 5th-3rd century BC

1282 £200 - 300 Western Asiatic Dagger Late 2nd-early 1st M BC

1283 £120 - 170 Viking Axehead 9th-11th century AD

1284 £30 - 40 Luristan Arrowhead 13th-6th century BC

1285 £120 - 170 Western Asiatic Axe 2nd millennium BC

1286 £200 - 300 Viking Spearhead Mid-late 9th c. AD

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For charges payable in addition to the final hammer price of each Lot see paragraphs 19 & 26 at the back of the catalogue


Antiquities

TimeLine Auctions

1287 £200 - 300 Anglo-Saxon Axehead 8th-11th century AD

1288 £80 - 100 Greek Arrowheads 5th-3rd century BC

1289 £200 - 300 Anglo-Saxon Axehead 8th-11th century AD

1290 £100 - 140 Byzantine Fire Bomb 9th-15th century AD

1291 £50 - 70 Roman Slingshot 1st century BC

1292 £200 - 300 Pinfire Revolver 19th century AD

1293 £120 - 170 Viking Axehead 10th-12th century AD

1294 £100 - 140 Greek Arrowheads 5th-3rd century BC

1295 £120 - 170 Viking Axehead 12th-14th century AD

1296 £100 - 140 Medieval Axehead 13th century AD

1297 £200 - 300 Viking Spearhead Late 8th century AD

1298 £30 - 40 Marlik Arrowhead 12th-10th century BC

1299 £200 - 300 Roman Axehead 4th-5th century AD

1300 £50 - 70 Western Asiatic Blade 17th-14th century BC

1301 £150 - 200 Black Hut Spearhead 11th-13th century AD

1302 £200 - 300 Viking Armour Plate 9th-12th century AD

1303 £8000 - 10000 Silver Belt Plaque 8th-7th century BC

1304 £150 - 200 Medieval Axehead 13th-14th century AD

1305 £200 - 300 Viking Spearhead 9th-11th century AD

1306 £50 - 70 Medieval Axehead 12th-14th century AD

1307 £400 - 600 European Key Gun 19th century AD

1308 £100 - 140 Byzantine Fire Bomb 9th-11th century AD

1309 £120 - 170 Viking Axehead 10th-11th century AD

1310 £200 - 300 Viking Spearhead c.10th century AD

1311 £200 - 300 Achaemenid Arrowhead 6th-4th century BC

1312 £200 - 300 Medieval Flail 15th century AD

1313 £200 - 300 Rus-Varangian Axe 10th-11th century AD

1314 £200 - 300 Viking Axehead 9th-11th century AD

1315 £120 - 170 Western Asiatic Axe 2nd millennium BC

1316 £200 - 300 Viking Spearhead 9th-13th century AD

For charges payable in addition to the final hammer price of each Lot see paragraphs 19 & 26 at the back of the catalogue

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Antiquities

TimeLine Auctions

1317 £100 - 140 Greek Arrowheads 5th-3rd century BC

1318 £100 - 140 Luristan Adze Axe 2nd-1st millennium BC

1319 £200 - 300 Baltic Axehead 12th-15th century AD

1320 £300 - 400 Iron Age Blades 7th-6th century BC

1321 £200 - 300 Viking Axe-Hammer 9th-11th century AD

1322 £100 - 140 Viking Age Axehead 8th-11th century AD

1323 £200 - 300 Viking Javelin Head 12th-13th century AD

1324 £100 - 140 Viking Spearhead 9th century AD

1325 £100 - 140 Belgian Rimfire Pistol Late 19th century AD

1326 £300 - 400 Persian Dagger Late 2nd-early 1st M BC

1327 £120 - 170 Luristan Spearhead 12th-11th century BC

1328 £150 - 200 Roman Javelin Head 1st-2nd century AD

1329 £60 - 80 Byzantine Fire Bomb 9th-11th century AD

1330 £180 - 240 Luristan Shield Boss 1st millennium BC

1331 £300 - 400 Western Asiatic Dagger 12th-6th century BC

1332 £120 - 170 Persian Dagger Early 1st millennium BC

1333 £100 - 140 Luristan Dagger 11th-8th century BC

1334 £100 - 140 Medieval Axehead 13th-14th century AD

1335 £400 - 600 Georgian Mortars Early 19th century AD

1336 £200 - 300 Medieval Axehead 13th-15th century AD

1337 £30 - 40 Luristan Arrowhead 13th-6th century BC

1338 £180 - 240 Luristan Arrowheads Late 2nd-early 1st M BC

1339 £200 - 300 Viking Age Axehead 9th-11th century AD

1340 £200 - 300 Balkan Adze Axe 4th millennium BC

1341 £100 - 140 Greek Arrowheads 5th-3rd century BC

1342 £1500 - 2000 Elamite Pendant 2nd-early 1st M BC

1343 £200 - 300 Viking Spearhead 9th-11th century AD

1344 £150 - 200 Viking Spearhead 9th-13th century AD

1345 £350 - 450 Byzantine Horse Bit 14th-16th century AD

1346 £100 - 140 Greek Arrowheads 5th-3rd century BC

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For charges payable in addition to the final hammer price of each Lot see paragraphs 19 & 26 at the back of the catalogue


Antiquities

TimeLine Auctions

1347 £200 - 300 Roman Spearhead 1st-2nd century AD

1348 £120 - 170 Marlik Spearhead 12th-11th century BC

1349 £200 - 300 Iron Age Blades 7th-6th century BC

1350 £100 - 140 Byzantine Fire Bomb 9th-13th century AD

1351 £100 - 140 Luristan Pickaxe Late 3rd millennium BC

1352 £120 - 170 Western Asiatic Axe 2nd millennium BC

1353 £100 - 140 Byzantine Fire Bomb 9th-11th century AD

1354 £80 - 100 Persian Dagger Early 1st millennium BC

1355 £80 - 100 Scythian Pommel 9th-6th century BC

1356 £60 - 80 Bearded Axehead 15th-17th century AD

1357 £50 - 70 Scythian Pommel 7th-5th century BC

1358 £200 - 300 Viking Axehead 10th-13th century AD

1359 £100 - 140 Luristan Sword Blade 2nd-1st millennium BC

1360 £60 - 80 Celtic Javelin Head 2nd century BC

1361 £300 - 400 Luristan Dagger 12th-6th century BC

1362 £180 - 240 Medieval Flail 15th century AD

1363 £150 - 200 Viking Spearhead c.10th century AD

1364 £300 - 400 Pinfire Revolver 19th century AD

1365 £150 - 200 Luristan Axehead Late 3rd millennium BC

1366 £30 - 40 Luristan Arrowhead 13th-6th century BC

1367 £200 - 300 Slavic Axehead 12th century AD

1368 £80 - 100 Greek Arrowheads 5th-4th century BC

1369 £80 - 100 Greek Arrowheads 5th-4th century BC

1370 £30 - 40 Roman Slingshots 1st century BC

1371 £200 - 300 Roman Axehead 1st-4th century AD

1372 £80 - 100 Elamite Phalera 2nd-early 1st M BC

1373 £100 - 140 Byzantine Fire Bomb 9th-11th century AD

1374 £200 - 300 Medieval Arrows 13th-14th century AD

1375 £200 - 300 Viking Axehead 9th-11th century AD

1376 £100 - 140 Yataghan Sabre Blade 19th-20th century AD

For charges payable in addition to the final hammer price of each Lot see paragraphs 19 & 26 at the back of the catalogue

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Antiquities

TimeLine Auctions

1377 £150 - 200 Viking Axehead 10th-12th century AD

1378 £350 - 450 Asiatic War Axehead 3rd millennium BC

1379 £800 - 1000 Yataghan Sabre 18th century AD

1380 £300 - 400 Western Asiatic Axe 2nd millennium BC

1381 £120 - 170 Viking Axehead 9th-11th century AD

1382 £150 - 200 Byzantine Axehead 11th century AD

1383 £30 - 40 Luristan Arrowhead 13th-6th century BC

1384 £80 - 100 Greek Arrowheads 5th-3rd century BC

1385 £200 - 300 Luristan Arrowheads 2nd BC-early 1st M BC

1386 £300 - 400 Medieval Caltrops 13th-15th century AD

1387 £500 - 700 Indonesian Dagger 17th-19th century AD

1388 £120 - 170 Marlik Spearhead 14th-10th century BC

1389 £100 - 140 Luristan Arrowheads 2nd M BC-9th c. BC

1390 £200 - 300 Medieval Axehead 14th century AD

1391 £150 - 200 Warring States Spear 475-221 BC

1392 £100 - 140 Byzantine Fire Bomb 9th-11th century AD

1393 £30 - 40 Luristan Arrowhead c.10th century BC

1394 £200 - 300 Marlin Revolver 1873-1876 AD

1395 £200 - 300 Viking Axehead 9th-12th century AD

1396 £200 - 300 Viking Spearhead 8th-9th century AD

1397 £120 - 170 Persian Dagger Blade Early 1st millennium BC

1398 £200 - 300 Scythian Pommel Caps 1st millennium BC

1399 £100 - 140 Byzantine Fire Bomb 9th-11th century AD

1400 £200 - 300 Mongol Spearhead 13th-14th century AD

1401 £120 - 170 Asiatic Spearhead c.21st-mid 15th c. BC

1402 £120 - 170 Viking Axehead 11th-12th century AD

1403 £500 - 700 Indonesian Dagger 17th-19th century AD

1404 £200 - 300 Iron Age Blades 7th-6th c. BC and later

1405 £100 - 140 Asiatic Spearhead 21st-20th century BC

1406 £120 - 170 Viking Axehead 9th-11th century AD

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For charges payable in addition to the final hammer price of each Lot see paragraphs 19 & 26 at the back of the catalogue


Antiquities

TimeLine Auctions

1407 £120 - 170 Viking Axehead 10th-11th century AD

1408 £80 - 100 Greek Arrowheads 5th-3rd century BC

1409 £50 - 70 Roman Slingshots 1st century BC

1410 £100 - 140 Roman Slingshot 1st century BC

1411 £30 - 40 Marlik Arrowhead 12th-10th century BC

1412 £60 - 80 'Headman's' Axehead 17th-18th century AD

1413 £2500 - 3500 Helmet Cheek Guard 2nd century AD

1414 £100 - 140 Asiatic Arrowheads 2nd M BC-6th c. BC

1415 £40 - 60 Greek Slingshot 3rd-1st century BC

1416 £200 - 300 Medieval Axehead 13th-15th century AD

1417 £500 - 700 Indonesian Dagger 17th-19th century AD

1418 £100 - 140 Byzantine Fire Bomb 9th-11th century AD

1419 £120 - 170 Persian Dagger Early 1st millennium BC

1420 £200 - 300 Knife Blade Group 8th c. BC-11th c. AD

1421 £150 - 200 Medieval Axehead 12th-15th century AD

1422 £200 - 300 Greek Arrowhead 6th-4th century BC

1423 £300 - 400 Proto-Elamite Axe Mid 3rd century BC

1424 £200 - 300 Viking Axehead c.9th century AD

1425 £250 - 350 Mesopotamian Axehead 3rd millennium BC

1426 £200 - 300 Medieval Arrows 13th-14th century AD

1427 £200 - 300 European Axehead 10th-11th century AD

1428 £30 - 40 Marlik Arrowhead 12th-10th century BC

1429 £300 - 400 Luristan Sword 2nd millennium BC

1430 £100 - 140 Luristan Pickaxe 26th-23rd century BC

1431 £120 - 170 Roman Slingshot 1st century BC

1432 £3000 - 4000 Pendant Group 2nd-early 1st M BC

1433 £100 - 140 Viking Axehead 9th-11th century AD

1434 £200 - 300 Viking Javelin 8th-9th century AD

1435 £200 - 300 Roman Spearhead 1st-2nd century AD

1436 £120 - 170 Persian Spearhead 9th-7th century BC

For charges payable in addition to the final hammer price of each Lot see paragraphs 19 & 26 at the back of the catalogue

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Antiquities

TimeLine Auctions

1437 £100 - 140 Marlik Spearhead 14th-10th century BC

1438 £120 - 170 Asiatic Dagger 11th century BC

1439 £150 - 200 Viking Axehead 10th-11th century AD

1440 £200 - 300 Viking Spearhead c.11th century AD

1441 £200 - 300 Medieval Axehead 13th-16th century AD

1442 £300 - 400 Luristan Dagger 12th-6th century BC

1443 £150 - 200 Greek Arrowheads Mainly 5th-3rd c. BC

1444 £100 - 140 Byzantine Fire Bomb 9th-11th century AD

1445 £300 - 400 Persian Spear Butt 8th-6th century BC

1446 £200 - 300 Persian Sword Blade Early 1st millennium BC

1447 £30 - 40 Luristan Arrowhead 13th-6th century BC

1448 £200 - 300 Iron Age Blades c.12th century BC

1449 £120 - 170 Luristan Dagger 13th century BC

1450 £180 - 240 Luristan Arrowheads Late 2nd-early 1st M BC

1451 £200 - 300 Roman Spearhead 1st-2nd century AD

Stone Age Lots 1452 - 1494

1452 £30 - 40 Knife Collection Neolithic, 9000-5000 BP

1453 £30 - 40 Blade Collection Neolithic, 9000-5000 BP

1454 £20 - 30 Flint Artefacts Neolithic, 8000-5000 BP

1455 £30 - 40 Knife Collection Neolithic, 9000-5000 BP

1456 £40 - 60 Tool Collection Neolithic, 8000-5000 BP

1457 £100 - 140 Spearhead or Dagger 8000-3000 BC

1458 Linear Shards 5500-4500 BC

1459 £40 - 60 Knapped Arrowhead 5th-3rd millennium BC

1460 £30 - 40 Aterian Collection c.150,000 BP

1461 £40 - 60 Polished Axe Group Neolithic, 8000-5000 BP

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£20 - 30

For charges payable in addition to the final hammer price of each Lot see paragraphs 19 & 26 at the back of the catalogue


Antiquities

TimeLine Auctions

1462 £150 - 200 Neolithic Idol Torso c.4th millennium BC

1463 £40 - 60 Arrowhead Collection Neolithic, 9000-5000 BP

1464 £50 - 70 Polished Axehead Neolithic, 8000-5000 BP

1465 £30 - 40 Axehead Group Neolithic, 8000-5000 BP

1466 £40 - 60 Mousterian Tools 80,000-40,000 years BP

1467 £40 - 60 Knife Blade Group 6th millennium BC

1468 £200 - 250 Acheulian Hand Axe 500000-130000 BP

1469 £60 - 80 Arrowhead Collection Neolithic, 9000-5000 BP

1470 £50 - 70 Arrowhead Collection Neolithic, 9000-5000 BP

1471 £400 - 600 Knife Collection 6th-3rd millennium BC

1472 £60 - 80 Arrowhead Group Neolithic, 8000-5000 BP

1473 £50 - 70 Polished Axehead Neolithic, 8000-5000 BP

1474 £100 - 140 Stone Crusher 5th-2nd M BC or later

1475 £80 - 100 Michelsberg Core Axe 4400-3500 BC

1476 £30 - 40 Knife Collection Neolithic, 9000-5000 BP

1477 £50 - 70 Arrowhead Collection Neolithic, 9000-5000 BP

1478 £100 - 140 Flint Artefact Group c.12000-5000 BP

1479 £40 - 60 Aterian Stone Points 85,000-40,000 yrs BP

1480 £40 - 60 Axehead Group c.6th-4th millennium BC

1481 £30 - 40 Quern Pestle Stone Neolithic, 8000-5000 BP

1482 £20 - 30 Flint Artefacts Neolithic, 8000-5000 BP

1483 £40 - 60 Polished Axehead 4th-2nd millennium BC

1484 £30 - 40 Pestle Group Neolithic, 8000-5000 BP

1485 £60 - 80 Large Stone Pestle Neolithic, 8000-5000 BP

1486 £40 - 60 Points & Arrowheads c.6th millennium BC

1487 £180 - 240 British Hand Axe 12000-7000 BP

1488 £50 - 70 Flint Artefact Group Neolithic, 8000-4000 BP

1489 £30 - 40 Knife Collection Neolithic, 9000-5000 BP

1490 £40 - 60 Points & Arrowheads c.6th millennium BC

1491 £40 - 60 Tool Collection Neolithic, 8000-5000 BP

For charges payable in addition to the final hammer price of each Lot see paragraphs 19 & 26 at the back of the catalogue

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Antiquities

TimeLine Auctions

1492 £30 - 40 Knapped Flint Knife Neolithic, 8000-5000 BP

1493 £40 - 60 Neolithic Tool Group c.4000 years BC

1494 £40 - 60 Axehead Group c.6th-4th millennium BC

Bronze Age Lots 1495 - 1518

1495 £200 - 300 Palstave Axehead 15th-12th century BC

1496 £100 - 140 Coiled Bracelet Pair 1st millennium BC

1497 £150 - 200 Dagger Blade 1st millennium BC

1498 £50 - 70 Spectacle Pendants 16th-10th century BC

1499 £150 - 200 Dagger Blade 1st millennium BC

1500 £120 - 170 Socketted Axehead 8th-5th century BC

1501 £60 - 80 'Holy Land' Vessels 3rd-2nd millennium BC

1502 £60 - 80 Palstave Axehead 2000-1000 BC

1503 £100 - 140 Socketted Axehead 8th-5th century BC

1504 £300 - 400 Bronze Age Blades 4th M BC-12th c. BC

1505 £120 - 170 Socketted Axehead 2nd millennium BC

1506 £50 - 70 Spectacle Head Pin 1st millennium BC

1507 £200 - 300 Bronze Age Necklace 13th-11th century BC

1508 £120 - 170 Socketted Axehead 8th-5th century BC

1509 £180 - 240 Gold Hair Ring 3rd-2nd millennium BC

1510 £120 - 170 Socketted Axehead 8th-5th century BC

1511 £50 - 70 Spectacle Pendants 16th-10th century BC

1512 £40 - 60 Socketted Axehead c.1000-750 BC

1513 £300 - 400 Spectacle Brooch 1st millennium BC

1514 £200 - 300 Dagger Blade 1st millennium BC

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For charges payable in addition to the final hammer price of each Lot see paragraphs 19 & 26 at the back of the catalogue


Antiquities

TimeLine Auctions

1515 £40 - 60 Bronze Age Axehead 10th century BC

1516 £100 - 140 Socketted Spearhead c.12th-8th century BC

1517 £100 - 140 European Sickle 2nd millennium BC

1518 £80 - 100 Bronze Age Scythe 2nd millennium BC

Iron Age Lots 1519 - 1533

1519 £80 - 100 Earring Fragment 7th-4th century BC

1520 £800 - 1000 Danubian Statuettes 1st-2nd century AD

1521 £50 - 70 La Tene Fibula 1st c. BC-1st c. AD

1522 £80 - 100 Fibula Collection 6th-1st century BC

1523 £80 - 100 Fibula Collection 2nd c. BC-1st c. AD

1524 £120 - 170 Votive Statuette 1st c. BC-1st c. AD

1525 £80 - 100 Silver Pendants 2nd c. BC-1st c. AD

1526 £120 - 170 Bracelet with Snakes 2nd c. BC-1st c. AD

1527 £100 - 140 Fibula Collection 4th-3rd century BC

1528 £60 - 80 Artefact Collection 1st c. BC-3rd c. AD

1529 £80 - 100 Fibula Collection 6th-1st century BC

1530 £200 - 300 Gold Pendant 6th-3rd century BC

1531 £100 - 140 Fibula Collection 5th-1st century BC

1532 £200 - 300 Twisted Torc 5th-2nd century BC

1533 £80 - 100 Stamped Silver Ring 1st c. BC-1st c. AD

For charges payable in addition to the final hammer price of each Lot see paragraphs 19 & 26 at the back of the catalogue

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Antiquities

TimeLine Auctions

Saxon, Viking & Germanic Lots 1534 - 1632

1534 £300 - 400 Pre-Viking Pendant 4th-7th century AD

1535 £80 - 100 Viking Silver Brooch 9th-11th century AD

1536 £300 - 400 Viking Age Bracelet 9th-11th century AD

1537 £150 - 200 Viking Pendant Group 9th-12th century AD

1538 £400 - 600 Viking Brooch 9th century AD

1539 £300 - 400 Viking Age Brooch 9th-11th century AD

1540 £100 - 140 Mordvinian Brooches 12th-15th century AD

1541 £100 - 140 Viking Tooth Pendant 9th-12th century AD

1542 £150 - 200 Viking Rider Plaque 8th-9th century AD

1543 £100 - 140 Viking Pendant 9th-12th century AD

1544 £200 - 300 Viking Cloak Pin Set 9th-12th century AD

1545 £50 - 70 Viking Age Ring 9th-11th century AD

1546 £200 - 300 Viking Urnes Mount 11th-12th century AD

1547 £400 - 600 Germanic Plaque 6th-9th century AD

1548 £100 - 140 Viking Pendant 9th-12th century AD

1549 £50 - 70 Viking Bracelet 9th-11th century AD

1550 £200 - 300 Pre-Viking Pendant 6th-7th century AD

1551 £100 - 140 Viking Axe Pendant 9th-12th century AD

1552 £100 - 140 Mordvinian Brooches 12th-15th century AD

1553 £100 - 140 Anglo-Saxon Artefacts c.6th-9th century AD

1554 £50 - 70 Viking Bear Buckle 11th century AD

1555 £100 - 140 Viking Pendant 9th-11th century AD

1556 £80 - 100 Viking Double Comb 11th-12th century AD

1557 £50 - 70 Viking Bracelet 9th-12th century AD

1558 £300 - 400 Viking Nail Ring 9th-12th century AD

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For charges payable in addition to the final hammer price of each Lot see paragraphs 19 & 26 at the back of the catalogue


Antiquities

TimeLine Auctions

1559 £2500 - 3500 Merovingian Brooch 6th-7th century AD

1560 £200 - 300 Viking Ring-Pin 9th-12th century AD

1561 £30 - 40 Viking Age Artefacts Mainly 9th-11th c. AD

1562 £400 - 600 Pre-Viking Pendant 4th-7th century AD

1563 £120 - 170 Viking Age Pendant 10th-12th century AD

1564 £100 - 140 Viking Age Pendant 9th-11th century AD

1565 £200 - 300 Viking Patrix Die 11th-12th century AD

1566 £600 - 800 Viking Silver Brooch 9th century AD

1567 £300 - 400 Viking Age Ingot 9th-11th century AD

1568 £80 - 100 Viking Age Artefacts 9th-11th century AD

1569 £200 - 300 Viking Age Pendant 9th-12th century AD

1570 £400 - 600 Jellinge Pendant c.10th century AD

1571 £300 - 400 Finno-Ugric Sets 9th-12th century AD

1572 £200 - 300 Viking Temple Rings 9th-12th century AD

1573 £100 - 140 Mordvinian Brooches 12th-14th century AD

1574 £120 - 170 Viking Rider Mount 9th-11th century AD

1575 £300 - 400 Viking Gold Pendant 9th-12th century AD

1576 £120 - 170 Viking Age Necklace 9th-12th century AD

1577 £80 - 100 Viking Mount Group 11th-12th century AD

1578 £100 - 140 Viking Bear Mount 11th-12th century AD

1579 £80 - 100 Viking Age Ring 9th-12th century AD

1580 £100 - 140 Anglo-Frankish Brooch 7th-8th century AD

1581 £300 - 400 Varangian Earrings 10th-13th century AD

1582 £80 - 100 Viking Figure 7th-11th century AD

1583 £400 - 600 Viking Brooch 9th century AD

1584 £100 - 140 Pre-Viking Pendant 4th-7th century AD

1585 £100 - 140 Saxon Silver Ring 6th-9th century AD

1586 £200 - 300 Viking Age Rings 9th-12th century AD

1587 £80 - 100 Viking Face Mount 9th-12th century AD

1588 £150 - 200 Anglo-Saxon Capital Early 11th century AD

For charges payable in addition to the final hammer price of each Lot see paragraphs 19 & 26 at the back of the catalogue

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Antiquities

TimeLine Auctions

1589 £400 - 600 Vendel Brooch 4th-5th century AD

1590 £50 - 70 Viking Bracelet 9th-11th century AD

1591 £80 - 100 Viking Age Comb 10th-12th century AD

1592 £60 - 80 Viking Fire Strikers 9th-11th century AD

1593 £80 - 100 Anglo-Saxon Brooch 5th-6th century AD

1594 £100 - 140 Viking Pendant 10th-12th century AD

1595 £80 - 100 Viking Comb 10th-12th century AD

1596 £100 - 140 Avar Beast Fittings 8th century AD

1597 £150 - 200 Viking Age Pendant 9th-12th century AD

1598 £100 - 140 Viking Axe Pendant 9th-12th century AD

1599 £80 - 100 Viking Age Comb 9th-12th century AD

1600 £100 - 140 Viking Bracelet 9th-11th century AD

1601 £200 - 300 Viking Age Pendant 10th-11th century AD

1602 £100 - 140 Pre-Viking Pendant 4th-7th century AD

1603 £100 - 140 Viking Twisted Torc 9th-11th century AD

1604 £40 - 60 Viking Age Ring 9th-12th century AD

1605 £80 - 100 Viking Axe Pendant 9th-12th century AD

1606 £300 - 400 Pre-Viking Pendant 4th-7th century AD

1607 £50 - 70 Viking Statuette 11th-12th century AD

1608 £60 - 80 Anglo-Saxon Fragment 6th century AD

1609 £60 - 80 Viking Mount Group 11th-12th century AD

1610 £100 - 140 Mordvinian Brooch 12th-15th century AD

1611 £80 - 100 Visigothic Buckle 5th-6th century AD

1612 £80 - 100 Viking Pendant 9th-12th century AD

1613 £250 - 350 Viking Gold Pendant 10th-11th century AD

1614 £800 - 1000 Pre-Viking Pendant 6th-7th century AD

1615 £400 - 600 Pre-Viking Pendant 4th-7th century AD

1616 £50 - 70 Viking Bracelet 9th-12th century AD

1617 £80 - 100 Viking Necklace 9th-12th century AD

1618 £50 - 70 Lombardic Mount c.6th-7th century AD

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For charges payable in addition to the final hammer price of each Lot see paragraphs 19 & 26 at the back of the catalogue


Antiquities

TimeLine Auctions

1619 £200 - 300 Germanic Buckle 6th century AD

1620 £120 - 170 Viking Age Pendant 9th-11th century AD

1621 £300 - 400 Viking Age Neck Torc 10th-11th century AD

1622 £500 - 700 Anglo-Saxon Pin 7th-8th century AD

1623 £200 - 300 Viking Age Firesteel 9th-11th century AD

1624 £50 - 70 Saxon Strap End 8th-9th century AD

1625 £80 - 100 Viking Cheekpiece Early 11th century AD

1626 £100 - 140 Viking Age Pendant 9th-12th century AD

1627 £200 - 300 Viking Age Bracelet 9th-11th century AD

1628 £60 - 80 Viking Age Ring 9th-11th century AD

1629 £120 - 170 Viking Age Beads 9th-12th century AD

1630 £50 - 70 Viking Bracelet 9th-12th century AD

1631 £400 - 600 Pre-Viking Pendant 4th-7th century AD

1632 £50 - 70 Viking Fire Striker 10th-12th century AD

Medieval Lots 1633 - 1703

1633 £200 - 300 Fleur-de-Lis Ring c.12th century AD

1634 £100 - 140 Manuscript Page c.15th century AD

1635 £300 - 400 Crusader Diadem 11th-13th century AD

1636 £40 - 60 Limestone Corbel 12th-14th century AD

1637 £80 - 100 Beast Applique 13th-14th c. AD or later

1638 £40 - 60 Harness Pendant 14th-15th century AD

1639 £120 - 170 Posy Seal Matrix 13th-15th century AD

1640 £80 - 100 Norman Lion Mount 12th-14th century AD

1641 £200 - 300 English Floor Tile 15th century AD

1642 £60 - 80 Seal of Ernold 12th-14th century AD

For charges payable in addition to the final hammer price of each Lot see paragraphs 19 & 26 at the back of the catalogue

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Antiquities

TimeLine Auctions

1643 £180 - 240 English Bible Page 13th century AD

1644 £150 - 200 French Manuscript 13th century AD

1645 £250 - 350 Gold Ring 12th-14th century AD

1646 £200 - 300 Glass Panel Pair France, c.1520-1540 AD

1647 £180 - 240 Gold Pendant 13th-14th century AD

1648 £3000 - 4000 Pricket Candlesticks Late 11th-12th c. AD

1649 £100 - 140 Manuscript Fragments Italy, c.1450 AD

1650 £200 - 300 Stained Glass Panel France, c.1500 AD

1651 £100 - 140 Ring with Saint 11th-13th century AD

1652 £20 - 30 Finger Ring 13th-15th century AD

1653 £180 - 240 Gold Pendant 8th-12th century AD

1654 £100 - 140 Steelyard Weights 12th-15th century AD

1655 £80 - 100 Key Group 12th-15th century AD

1656 £150 - 200 English Manuscript 13th century AD

1657 £80 - 100 Gilt Lion Mount 14th century AD

1658 £200 - 300 Stained Glass Panel France, c.1500 AD

1659 £200 - 300 Animal Mount c.12th century AD

1660 £200 - 300 Harness Pendant 13th-15th century AD

1661 £120 - 170 Key Group 12th-15th century AD

1662 £40 - 60 Pilgrim's Ampulla 12th-15th century AD

1663 £80 - 100 St George Ring 10th-12th century AD

1664 £60 - 80 Heraldic Mount 13th-15th century AD

1665 £20 - 30 Artefact Group c.15th c. AD and later

1666 £200 - 300 Nobleman Glass Panel Late 15th century AD

1667 £200 - 300 Stained Glass France, c.1500 AD

1668 £200 - 300 Stained Glass Panel France, c.1500 AD

1669 £120 - 170 Jerusalem Cross Ring 11th-13th century AD

1670 £70 - 90 Lion Belt Mount 13th-15th century AD

1671 £80 - 100 Heraldic Pendant 13th-15th century AD

1672 £100 - 140 Gold Animal Head 13th-15th century AD

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For charges payable in addition to the final hammer price of each Lot see paragraphs 19 & 26 at the back of the catalogue


Antiquities

TimeLine Auctions

1673 £100 - 140 Silver Rings 14th-16th century AD

1674 £120 - 170 Ring Collection 12th-15th century AD

1675 £120 - 170 Gold Child's Ring 13th-15th century AD

1676 £100 - 140 Papal Bulla 1291-1352 AD

1677 £350 - 450 Silver Bracteate 11th century AD

1678 £30 - 40 Ring with Cross 13th-15th century AD

1679 £80 - 100 Ring Collection 11th-18th century AD

1680 £70 - 90 Belt Mount Group 12th-14th century AD

1681 £200 - 300 Gold Stirrup Ring 6th-7th century AD

1682 £100 - 140 Norman Lion Fitting 11th-12th century AD

1683 £200 - 300 Coat of Arms Ring 14th century AD

1684 £100 - 140 Artefact Collection Mainly 10th-14th c. AD

1685 £150 - 200 Fitting Group 13th-14th century AD

1686 £120 - 170 DEO Ring 14th-15th century AD

1687 £100 - 140 Gold Ring c.12th-14th century AD

1688 £150 - 200 Norman Stone 11th century AD

1689 £200 - 300 Equine Mount 12th-15th century AD

1690 £80 - 100 Gilt Lion Buckle 12th-13th century AD

1691 £300 - 400 Glazed Floor Tile Late 14th century AD

1692 £60 - 80 Prick Spur 11th-12th century AD

1693 £200 - 300 Men and Staffs Panel 16th century AD

1694 £100 - 140 Pilgrim Badge Early 15th century AD

1695 £200 - 300 Knife Group 12th-14th century AD

1696 £20 - 30 Crude Cast Fitting 12th-15th century AD

1697 £100 - 140 Gold Ring 12th-14th century AD

1698 £500 - 700 Lion Dagger Chape 13th century AD

1699 £250 - 350 Gold Ring 10th-13th century AD

1700 £100 - 140 Royal Pendant 13th-14th century AD

1701 £200 - 300 English Roof Boss 1400-1450 AD

1702 £300 - 400 Majolica Tile Pair c.1480-1500 AD

For charges payable in addition to the final hammer price of each Lot see paragraphs 19 & 26 at the back of the catalogue

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Antiquities

TimeLine Auctions

1703 £200 - 300 Stained Glass Panel France, c.1500 AD

Antiquities 03 December

Post Medieval Lots 1704 - 1805

1704 £20 - 30 Weights and Bullets 17th-19th century AD

1705 £60 - 80 Georgian Pipe Tamper 18th-19th century AD

1706 £20 - 30 Artefact Group 18th-19th century AD

1707 £100 - 140 St Albans Abbey Study 19th century AD

1708 £300 - 400 Hebrew Gemstone 18th-19th century AD

1709 £120 - 170 Gold Earrings 19th-20th century AD

1710 £100 - 140 Georgian Pillar Capitals 18th-19th century AD

1711 £250 - 350 Gold Floral Ring 16th-17th century AD

1712 £200 - 300 Alchemist's Tile 17th century AD

1713 £100 - 140 Rajah Cigars Sign c.1910 AD

1714 £300 - 400 Hebrew Gemstone 18th-19th century AD

1715 £80 - 100 Portrait Cameo 19th-20th century AD

1716 £30 - 40 Decorative Fragment Dated 1704 AD

1717 £100 - 140 Stuart Oil Lamp 17th century AD

1718 £40 - 60 Tile with Figures 17th-18th century AD

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For charges payable in addition to the final hammer price of each Lot see paragraphs 19 & 26 at the back of the catalogue


Antiquities

TimeLine Auctions

1719 £150 - 200 Rock Crystal Bead 19th-20th century AD

1720 £250 - 350 Gold Ring 16th-17th century AD

1721 £80 - 100 Portrait Cameo 19th-20th century AD

1722 £40 - 60 Posy Ring 17th-18th century AD

1723 £60 - 80 Hebrew Torah Leaf c.15th-17th century AD

1724 £100 - 140 Intaglio Gemstones 20th c. AD or earlier

1725 £100 - 140 Gilt Apothecary Jar 20th century AD

1726 £120 - 170 Signed Etching c.1923 AD

1727 £80 - 100 Portrait Cameo 18th-20th century AD

1728 £120 - 170 Himalayas Maps 16th century AD

1729 £50 - 70 Floral Mount 17th-18th century AD

1730 £20 - 30 Button Collection 18th-19th century AD

1731 £300 - 400 Erotic Gemstone 18th century AD

1732 £300 - 400 Hebrew Gemstone 18th-19th century AD

1733 £70 - 90 Heraldic Oak Panel 20th century AD

1734 £100 - 140 Gold Mourning Brooch Dated 1829 AD

1735 £80 - 100 Intaglio Gemstone 20th century AD

1736 £80 - 100 Land Indenture Dated 6 March 1868 AD

1737 £700 - 900 French Chatelaine 18th century AD

1738 £50 - 70 Venetian Glass Beads 20th century AD

1739 £180 - 240 Philosopher Mount 19th century AD

1740 Virol Sign c.1910 AD

£150 - 200

1741 £80 - 100 Portrait Cameo 19th-20th century AD

1742 £300 - 400 Hebrew Gemstone 18th-19th century AD

1743 £300 - 400 Hebrew Gemstone 18th-19th century AD

1744 £50 - 70 Venetian Type Beads Late 20th century AD

1745 £80 - 100 Intaglio Gemstone 19th century AD

1746 £80 - 100 Georgian Vinaigrette 18th century AD

1747 £150 - 200 Handle Pair 16th-17th century AD

1748 £200 - 300 Jeweller's Rings 17th-18th century AD

For charges payable in addition to the final hammer price of each Lot see paragraphs 19 & 26 at the back of the catalogue

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Antiquities

TimeLine Auctions

1749 £100 - 140 Grand Tour Tanagras 18th-19th century AD

1750 £80 - 100 Portrait Cameo 19th-20th century AD

1751 £80 - 100 Portrait Intaglio 19th-20th century AD

1752 £60 - 80 Grand Tour Plaque 17th-18th century AD

1753 £150 - 200 Apollo Intaglio 19th-20th century AD

1754 £80 - 100 Grand Tour Head 17th-18th century AD

1755 £120 - 170 Heraldic Seal Matrix 18th century AD

1756 £40 - 60 Charles I Weight 17th century AD

1757 £300 - 400 Hebrew Gemstone 18th-19th century AD

1758 £150 - 200 Intaglio Gemstones 19th-20th century AD

1759 £80 - 100 Intaglio Gemstone 19th century AD

1760 £40 - 60 Tile with Feasting 17th-18th century AD

1761 £250 - 350 Gold Ring 16th-17th century AD

1762 £150 - 200 Oil Lamp 19th c. AD or earlier

1763 £80 - 100 Portrait Cameo 18th-20th century AD

1764 £80 - 100 Dress Accessory 19th-20th century AD

1765 Venos Sign c.1910 AD

£100 - 140

1766 £100 - 140 Hozapfels Sign c.1890s AD

1767 £300 - 400 Jewelled Brooch 18th century AD

1768 £20 - 30 Buckle and Mounts c.16th-18th century AD

1769 £200 - 300 Pewter Spoon Group 17th-18th century AD

1770 £80 - 100 Portrait Cameo 19th-20th century AD

1771 £150 - 200 Dolphin Mount 18th c. AD or earlier

1772 £80 - 100 Hawking Whistle 16th-17th century AD

1773 £70 - 90 Heraldic Oak Panel 20th century AD

1774 £100 - 140 Portrait Cameo 19th-20th century AD

1775 £100 - 140 Deity Intaglios 20th c. AD or earlier

1776 £40 - 60 Cameo of Pericles 18th-19th century AD

1777 £80 - 100 Intaglio Gemstone 19th-20th century AD

1778 £80 - 100 Charles I Document Dated 9 April 1635 AD

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For charges payable in addition to the final hammer price of each Lot see paragraphs 19 & 26 at the back of the catalogue


Antiquities

TimeLine Auctions

1779 £40 - 60 Cased Miniature Late 19th century AD

1780 £300 - 400 Egyptian Cippus Late 19th c.AD or earlier

1781 £100 - 140 Grand Tour Titus 18th-19th century AD

1782 £40 - 60 Posy Ring 17th-18th century AD

1783 £80 - 100 Sotheby's Sale Set 11-19 Sept 1997 AD

1784 £40 - 60 Private Eye Group 27 Nov 1964-18 Aug 1967

1785 £40 - 60 Cleopatra Programme 31 July 1963 AD

1786 £40 - 60 Christie's Sales 1995 AD

1787 £20 - 30 Stone Age Guides 1902, 1926, 1956 & 1939

1788 £20 - 30 Keir Medieval Works Sale 20 Nov 1997 AD

1789 £150 - 200 Islamic Paintings 20th century AD

1790 £50 - 70 Museums of the World Published 1966 AD

1791 £50 - 70 Gvrgan Faiences Published 1949 AD

1792 £20 - 30 Hattatt - Brooches Published 1987 AD

1793 £20 - 30 Greek & Roman Guides 1928, 1908, 1920 & 1951

1794 £150 - 200 Hennessy Ceramics V1 Published 1979 AD

1795 £20 - 30 Hattatt - Brooches Published 1982 AD

1796 £20 - 30 Egyptian Guides 1909, 1922, 1924 & 1930 AD

1797 £30 - 40 Jade & Other Titles 1973, 1978 & 1979 AD

1798 £20 - 30 Art Sales Catalogues 2016-2020 AD

1799 £40 - 60 Ornament Titles 1995 and 1996 AD

1800 £30 - 40 Dalton Byzantine Art Published 1961 AD

1801 £20 - 30 Museum Guides 1938-2002 AD

1802 £150 - 200 Oriental Ceramics 8 Published 1975 AD

1803 £400 - 600 Rhyton Plates Published 1956 AD

1804 £20 - 30 BM Guides 1953, 1920 & 1925 AD

For charges payable in addition to the final hammer price of each Lot see paragraphs 19 & 26 at the back of the catalogue

1805 £20 - 30 BM and LM Guides 1921, 1923 and 1940 AD 53


Antiquities

TimeLine Auctions

Christian Lots 1806 - 1830

1806 £60 - 80 Silver Angel Pendant 17th-18th century AD

1807 £100 - 140 Ring with Fish 17th-19th century AD

1808 £150 - 200 Russian Pendant 17th-19th century AD

1809 £150 - 200 Russian Crucifix Late 18th-19th c. AD

1810 £60 - 80 Byzantine Pendant 10th-12th century AD

1811 £150 - 200 Byzantine Plaque 14th century AD

1812 £40 - 60 Crucifix Stoup 18th-19th century AD

1813 £80 - 100 Madonna and Child 19th-20th century AD

1814 £40 - 60 Gilt Gothic Shrine 19th century AD

1815 £60 - 80 Crucifix Bread Stamp 19th c. AD or earlier

1816 £500 - 700 Russian Doors 18th century AD

1817 £150 - 200 Russian Pendant 17th-19th century AD

1818 £1200 - 1700 Byzantine Cross 6th-7th c. AD or later

1819 £60 - 80 Post Byzantine Cross 17th century AD

1820 £80 - 100 Reliquary Cross 19th century AD

1821 £100 - 140 Aquamanile 19th-20th century AD

1822 £400 - 600 Gold Cross Ring 18th c. AD or earlier

1823 £1500 - 2000 Ring with Cross 17th-19th century AD

1824 £100 - 140 Pius IX Bull Dated 8 April 1850 AD

1825 £80 - 100 Medieval 'IHS' Ring 15th century AD

1826 £100 - 140 Russian Crucifix 18th-19th century AD

1827 £60 - 80 Christ Mount 19th-20th century AD

1828 £60 - 80 Devotional Plaques Early 20th century AD

1829 £100 - 140 Inscribed Ring 17th-19th century AD

1830 £400 - 600 Silver Cross Pendant 17th-18th century AD

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For charges payable in addition to the final hammer price of each Lot see paragraphs 19 & 26 at the back of the catalogue


Natural History

TimeLine Auctions

Prehispanic and Ethnographic Lots 1831 - 1840

1831 £300 - 400 Beast Rattle 14th-15th c. AD or later

1832 £50 - 70 Tupu Pin Pair c.15th-16th century AD

1833 £40 - 60 Ethnographic Head 20th century AD

1834 £100 - 140 Bedouin Rings 20th century AD

1835 £80 - 100 African Slave Bracelet 15th-20th century AD

1836 £20 - 30 Kuchi Belts 20th century AD

1837 £100 - 140 Bedouin Rings 20th century AD

1838 £100 - 140 Bedouin Rings 20th century AD

1839 £100 - 140 Bedouin Rings 20th century AD

1840 £400 - 600 Gourd Maraca 19th-20th century AD

Natural History Lots 6000 - 6170

6000 £30 - 40 Goniatite Bookends 419-358 million yrs BP

6001 £60 - 80 Orthoceras Column 417-354 million yrs BP

6002 £80 - 100 Argentinian Meteorite Fell 6000-5000 years BP

6003 £50 - 70 Fossil Tooth Group 145-65 million years BP

6004 £40 - 60 Sea Urchin Display 199-145 million yrs BP

6005 £70 - 90 Ammonite Group 199-145 million yrs BP

6006 £30 - 40 Whitby Jet Specimen 199-145 million yrs BP

6007 £40 - 60 Fossil March Flies 56-33 million years BP

6008 £40 - 60 Fossil Trilobites 485-444 million yrs BP

6009 £60 - 80 Otodus Shark Teeth 58-36 million years BP

For charges payable in addition to the final hammer price of each Lot see paragraphs 19 & 26 at the back of the catalogue

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Natural History

6010 £100 - 140 Fossil Trilobite

TimeLine Auctions

541-485.4 million years BP

6011 £20 - 30 Goniatite Ammonites 419-358 million yrs BP

6012 £30 - 40 Orthoceras Bookends 419-358 million yrs BP

6013 £70 - 90 Dinosaur Vertebra 145-65 million years BP

6014 £200 - 300 Crinoid Plate c.420 million years BP

6015 £40 - 60 Knightia Fossil Fish 58-36 million years BP

6016 £60 - 80 Mastodon Tusk Face 5.2-2.5 M yrs BP & later

6017 £80 - 100 Megalodon Tooth 23-2.5 million years BP

6018 £70 - 90 Combarbalita Lizards 20th century AD

6019 £50 - 70 Spinosaurus Teeth 125-113 million yrs BP

6020 £30 - 40 Lapis Necklace

6021 £80 - 100 Cidaroida Fossil 45-5.3 million years BP

6022 £30 - 40 Trilobite 470 million years BP

6023 £40 - 60 English Minerals

6024 £50 - 70 Bison Leg Bones 2.6 M yrs-11,700 yrs BP

6025 £120 - 170 Mammoth Tooth 110,000-12,000 yrs BP

6026 £50 - 70 Mosasaur Jaw Section 145-65 million years BP

6027 £200 - 300 Megalodon Tooth 5.2-2.5 million years BP

6028 £150 - 200 Fossil Hadrosaur Egg 100-66 million years BP

6029 £50 - 70 Orthoceras Column 400 million years BP

6030 £30 - 40 Insects in Amber c.45 million years BP

6031 £40 - 60 Fossilised Wood 250-200 million yrs BP

6032 Aragonite

£120 - 170

6033 £40 - 60 Scottish Minerals

6034 £40 - 60 Mosasaur Tooth 145-65 million years BP

6035 £70 - 90 Dinosaur Bone Group 145-65 million years BP

6036 £80 - 100 Fish Mortality Plate 58-36 million years BP

6037 £50 - 70 Mosasaur Jaw Section 145-65 million years BP

6038 £30 - 40 Fossil Egg Shell 199-145 million yrs BP

6039 Iron Meteorite

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£50 - 70

For charges payable in addition to the final hammer price of each Lot see paragraphs 19 & 26 at the back of the catalogue


Natural History

TimeLine Auctions

6040 £30 - 40 Serpentine 'Sphere'

6041 £40 - 60 Knightia Fossil Fish 58-36 million years BP

6042 World Minerals

£30 - 40

6043 £120 - 170 Mosasaur Jaw Section 145-65 million years BP

6044 £80 - 100 Argentinan Meteorite Fell 6000-5000 years BP

6045 £60 - 80 Megalodon Tooth 28-5 million years BP

6046 £60 - 80 Insects in Amber c.45 million years BP

6047 £120 - 170 Haematite & Calcite

6048 £40 - 60 Fossil Fish 56-33 million years BP

6049 £40 - 60 British Ammonites 199-145 million yrs BP

6050 £30 - 40 Spinosaurus Teeth 145-65 million years BP

6051 £40 - 60 Reedops Trilobite 417-354 million yrs BP

6052 £30 - 40 Fossil Leaf Group 58-36 million years BP

6053 £60 - 80 Giant Sawfish Teeth 145-65 million years BP

6054 £40 - 60 Spinosaurus Teeth 145-65 million years BP

6055 £60 - 80 Spinosaurus Teeth 145-65 million years BP

6056 £80 - 100 7.30 Ct Citrine

6057 £120 - 170 Homestead Meteorite Fell 12th Feb 1875 AD

6058 £30 - 40 Mars Meteoritic Rock

6059 Agate Bracelet

6060 £100 - 140 Fish Mortality Plate 199-145 million yrs BP

6061 £30 - 40 Fossil Trilobite 417-354 million yrs BP

6062 £200 - 300 Meteorite Fell 6000-5000 years BP

6063 £100 - 140 Fossil Trilobite 540-500 million yrs BP

6064 £30 - 40 Meteoritic Moon Rock

6065 £200 - 300 T-Rex Fossil Tooth 145-65 million years BP

6066 £200 - 300 Hyphalosaurus Fossil 145-65 million years BP

6067 £120 - 170 Calcite Crystals

6068 £30 - 40 Jasper Cabochon

6069 £100 - 140 Orthoceras Display 417-354 million yrs BP

For charges payable in addition to the final hammer price of each Lot see paragraphs 19 & 26 at the back of the catalogue

£50 - 70

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Natural History

TimeLine Auctions

6070 £30 - 40 Fossil Ammonites 150 million years BP

6071 £100 - 140 Megalodon Tooth 58-36 million years BP

6072 £50 - 70 Mosasaur Jaw Section 145-65 million years BP

6073 £30 - 40 Insects in Amber 45 million years BP

6074 £30 - 40 Fossil Ammonite 199-145 million yrs BP

6075 £80 - 100 Argentina Meteorite Fell 6000-5000 years BP

6076 £50 - 80 Plesiosaur Teeth 145-65 million years BP

6077 £40 - 60 Nantan Meteorites Fell in 1516 AD

6078 £70 - 90 Mammoth Teeth 110,000-12,000 yrs BP

6079 £40 - 60 English Minerals

6080 £20 - 30 Mosasaur Tooth 145-65 million years BP

6081 £180 - 240 Chrysoprase Mineral

6082 £20 - 30 Fossil Tooth Group 199-145 million yrs BP

6083 £40 - 60 Ammonite Display 145-65 million years BP

6084 £40 - 60 Fossil Fish Group 58-36 million years BP

6085 £100 - 140 Woolly Mammoth Tooth 110,000-12,000 yrs BP

6086 £50 - 70 Fossil Plate 417-354 million yrs BP

6087 £30 - 40 Hexagonia Coral 417-354 million yrs BP

6088 £200 - 300 Gogotte Sculpture

6089 £40 - 60 Spinosaurus Tooth 145-65 million years BP

6090 £30 - 40 Ammonite Display c.150 million years BP

6091 £70 - 90 A-Grade Ammonite 145-65 million years BP

6092 £120 - 170 Megalodon Tooth 23-2.5 million years BP

6093 £100 - 140 Raptor Fossil Group 145-65 million years BP

6094 £200 - 300 Meteorite Slice Fell 10th July 1922 AD

6095 £50 - 70 Spinosaurus Teeth 145-65 million years BP

6096 £30 - 40 Lapis Necklace

6097 £50 - 70 British Ammonites 199-145 million yrs BP

6098 £60 - 80 Fossil Plate 419-358 million yrs BP

6099 £200 - 300 African T-Rex Tooth 145-65 million years BP

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For charges payable in addition to the final hammer price of each Lot see paragraphs 19 & 26 at the back of the catalogue


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TimeLine Auctions

6100 £30 - 40 Polished Nautili 145-65 million years BP

6101 £30 - 40 Twin Fossil Bivalve 160 million years BP

6102 £100 - 140 African T-Rex Tooth 145-65 million years BP

6103 £120 - 170 Sphalerite on Quartz

6104 £50 - 70 Cornish Minerals

6105 £100 - 140 Megalodon Teeth 23-2.5 million years BP

6106 £120 - 170 Fossil Crab 23-5.3 million years BP

6107 £30 - 40 Lapis Necklace

6108 £30 - 40 Knightia Fossil Fish 58-36 million years BP

6109 £40 - 60 Fossil Trilobite 417-354 million yrs BP

6110 Iron Meteorite

£60 - 80

6111 £150 - 200 Quartz &Chalcopyrite

6112 £40 - 60 Fossil Fish Group 58-36 million years BP

6113 £30 - 40 Mammoth Bone Beads 110,000-12,000 yrs BP

6114 £60 - 80 Mastodon Bone Face 5.2-2.5 million years BP

6115 £120 - 170 Haematite & Calcite

6116 £60 - 80 15 Carat Rubies

6117 £100 - 140 Haematite and Pyrite

6118 £40 - 60 Goniatite Plate 419-358 million yrs BP

6119 £40 - 60 Fossil Shark Teeth 56-33 million years BP

6120 £150 - 200 Ammonite Plate 201-145 million yrs BP

6121 £120 - 170 Calcite & Sphalerite

6122 £70 - 90 Fossil Ammonite 145-65 million years BP

6123 £40 - 60 Nantan Meteorites Fell 1516, found 1958

6124 Iron Meteorite

6125 £40 - 60 Fossil Brittle Star 485-444 million yrs BP

6126 £80 - 100 Ammonite Pair 145-65 million years BP

6127 £40 - 60 Fossil Leaf Group c.300-250 million yrs BP

6128 £40 - 60 Fossil Grasshopper 110 million years BP

6129 £50 - 70 Brittle Star Plate c.450 million years BP

For charges payable in addition to the final hammer price of each Lot see paragraphs 19 & 26 at the back of the catalogue

£50 - 70

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6130 £70 - 90 Spinosaurus Teeth 145-65 million years BP

6131 £50 - 70 Polished Nautilus 145-65 million years BP

6132 £150 - 200 Meteorite Fragment Fell 16th May 2019 AD

6133 £40 - 60 English Minerals

6134 £30 - 40 Insects in Amber c.45 million years BP

6135 £50 - 70 Giant Bird Eggshell 5.2 M yrs BP-c.1200 AD

6136 £120 - 170 Haematite & Quartz

6137 £100 - 140 47.5 Carat Rubies

6138 £70 - 90 Fossil Starfish 199-145 million yrs BP

6139 £40 - 60 Lyme Regis Ammonite 199-145 million yrs BP

6140 £100 - 140 Goniatite Plate 419-358 million yrs BP

6141 £30 - 40 Ammonite Pair 199-145 million yrs BP

6142 Iron Meteorite

£30 - 40

6143 £40 - 60 Fossil Shrimp Group 145-65 million years BP

6144 £50 - 70 Fossilised Wood 250-200 million yrs BP

6145 £120 - 170 Mammoth Tooth 110,000-12,000 yrs BP

6146 £70 - 90 Orthoceras Plate 417-354 million yrs BP

6147 £40 - 60 Orthoceras Display 417-354 million yrs BP

6148 £60 - 80 Polished Nautilus 145-65 million years BP

6149 Ceylon Ruby

6150 £30 - 40 Lapis Necklace

6151 £30 - 40 Lapis Bead Necklace

6152 £40 - 60 Fossil Wood Display 23-5.3 million years BP

6153 £40 - 60 Fossil Ammonite 113-100 million yrs BP

6154 £40 - 60 Triceratops Tooth 145-66 million years BP

6155 £40 - 60 Cornish Minerals

6156 £40 - 60 Fossil Trilobite 417-354 million yrs BP

6157 £40 - 60 Fossil Brittle Star 485-444 million yrs BP

6158 £60 - 80 Meteorite Fell 20th June 1998 AD

6159 £70 - 90 Sahara Meteorite

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£80 - 100

For charges payable in addition to the final hammer price of each Lot see paragraphs 19 & 26 at the back of the catalogue


Natural History

TimeLine Auctions

6160 £40 - 60 Knightia Fossil Fish 58-36 million years BP

6161 £50 - 70 Sauropod Tooth c.95 million years BP

6162 £100 - 140 Meteorite Group Fell 1576 AD

6163 £150 - 200 Galena Specimen

6164 £80 - 100 Fossil Snake Egg 58-36 million years BP

6165 Mineral Eggs

6166 £40 - 60 Fossil Wood Display 23-5.3 million years BP

6167 £30 - 40 Mosasaur Teeth 145-65 million years BP

6168 £80 - 100 Meteorite Fragment Fell 31st Jan 1991 AD

6169 £30 - 40 British Ammonite 199-145 million yrs BP

£40 - 60

6170 £20 - 30 Mosasaur Tooth 100-94 million years BP

For charges payable in addition to the final hammer price of each Lot see paragraphs 19 & 26 at the back of the catalogue

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Bidder/Buyer Terms and Conditions 1. Interpretations and Definitions: the following terms generally apply within these Terms and Conditions; other terms are defined within specific sections following: Auctioneer – the firm TimeLine Auctions Ltd (“TimeLine” hereafter) or its authorised auctioneer, acting as Agent for the Seller. TimeLine is a company registered in England and Wales (company no: 06873501) with registered office at 40 Kilmarnock Drive, Luton, LU2 7YP, UK. The website and telephone number are https://timelineauctions.com and ++44 (0) 1277 815121. Agent – a person or body acting on behalf of another. ALR – Art Loss Register - All lots with an upper estimate value of £1,000 and above and all ancient Western Asiatic lots are searched against the Art Loss Register database. Auction – a sale event whether taking place live in real-time or of extended duration (Timed Auction). Bid – a sum offered by a Bidder to purchase the Lot. Bidder – the person offering a Bid. Buyer – the Bidder who the Lot is Knocked Down to. Buyer’s Premium – the percentage of the Hammer Price payable by the Buyer to TimeLine in accordance with clause 19. CITES - Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species. Data Protection Legislation –all applicable data protection and privacy legislation in force from time to time in the UK including the General Data Protection Regulation ((EU) 2016/679) (83) (GDPR); the Data Protection Act 2018; the Privacy and Electronic Communications Directive 2002/58/EC (as updated by Directive 2009/136/EC) and the Privacy and Electronic Communications Regulations 2003 (SI 2003/2426) as amended, and any and all applicable national data protection laws made under or pursuant to the GDPR, as may be amended or superseded from time to time. Date of Sale – the date on which the Auctioneer Knocks Down the Lot. Group – any Lot comprising more than one item. Hammer Price – the amount of the winning bid when Knocked Down by the Auctioneer to a Bidder. Knock(ed/ing) Down – the act of the Auctioneer in bringing the Hammer down to complete the contract for the sale of the Lot to the Bidder submitting the highest bid. Lot – the goods for sale. Purchase Price – the total sum due for any Lot, including the Hammer Price, the Buyer’s Premium, any internet bidding fees, any shipping charges, taxes, duties or any other costs payable to TimeLine. Registered Bidder –a Bidder who has registered with TimeLine for the purpose of taking part in any Auction. Reserve Price – the minimum Hammer Price at which a Lot may be Knocked Down. Seller – the person offering the Lot for sale. Title – legal rights of ownership of the Lot. 2. Application: the singular includes the plural and vice versa and any reference to ‘he’, ‘she’ or ‘it’ applies to all of them. 3. Basis of Contract: a. These Terms and Conditions apply to the exclusion of any other terms that the Bidder/Buyer seeks to impose or incorporate, or which are implied by trade, custom, practice or course of dealing. b. Each Buyer is required to carefully read the Terms and Conditions before offering a bid. When a Buyer makes a bid he/she acknowledges that he/she has read, understood and accepted these terms. c. TimeLine does not act for or give advice to Bidders/Buyers. 4. Dimensions, weights and colour: all dimensions and weights (including ring sizes) are approximate and are for general guidance only; a single dimension given is normally the greatest dimension for the piece(s). Although TimeLine have made

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every effort to precisely display the colours and condition of a Lot, TimeLine does not guarantee that a device displays them accurately. The Lot may vary slightly from those images. 5. Condition: items are briefly described with respect to condition using various phrases to signify the overall and general condition. It should be noted that items having significant age, sometimes being very ancient, often show minor blemishes and defects and these are considered to be normal and will not be individually described. Phrases used include: Restored - may be repaired or otherwise reinstated; possibly with some areas replaced; Fair Condition - may be fragmentary or obviously damaged; Fine Condition - usually essentially complete but may have minor damage or show restoration or repair; Very Fine Condition - usually complete and in good condition; may have some minor damage, restoration or repair; and Extremely Fine Condition - complete and better than average condition, without significant repair or restoration. Bidders are encouraged to carefully examine in person any Lot(s) for which they intend or do Bid for. It is not possible to note all marks or defects and neither TimeLine or the Auctioneer make any guarantee as to the physical quality or condition of any Lot(s). 6. Dating: dates may be given in several forms, as examples below: 527 AD - an item that bears a date upon it or that can otherwise be dated with precision; 6th century AD - an item that can be dated with considerable confidence to a specific period; Circa 6th century AD - an item that can be approximately dated by comparison with other pieces; Probably 6th century AD - an item that is likely to be of this period in the light of similar pieces; Possibly 6th century AD - an item that might be of this period by comparison with items of a broadly similar character; and Undated - no date is known or suggested for the piece. 6th Century AD or later – an item is dated to a specific period but may also be a revival of style of a later date. 7. Attributions: works of art attributions may be given in several forms, as examples below: Signed – a work bearing the signature of the named artist; Attributed to – a work of the period of the artist which may be in whole or in part the work of the artist named; Circle of – a work of the period of the artist and showing his influence; Follower of – a contemporary or nearly so work executed in the style of the artist; Manner of – a work executed in the style of the artist but of a later date; and After – a copy of any date of a work of the artist. 8. Other Descriptive Matters: some other words or phrases are used descriptively, as examples below: Style - an item made in the style of an earlier age but thought to be probably of later date. Archaistic - an item made in the style of a much earlier age; Grand Tour - an item usually of some age but in the style of an earlier age; After the Antique - an item made as a reproduction, usually of quite modern date; and Faux - used descriptively when the material used is probably imitative in character. 9. Lots including Archaeological or Cultural Property: a UK export licence from the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport, is required for Lots originating

from UK soil or territory leaving the UK and for such Lots of non-UK origin when leaving the EU. TimeLine will make applications for the necessary Cultural Property Export Licence as a ‘free of charge’ service to Buyers, where the Export Licence is legally required. If a Buyer requests for TimeLine to apply for an Export Licence where this is not legally required, an additional fee of £24 (VAT inclusive) will be invoiced to the Buyer. Buyers are advised to check concerning any Regulations applicable in their country of residence regarding importation and to enquire prior to bidding. The deferment of any Export Licence shall not be reason to cancel any bid nor to delay payment. 10. Lots including materials from Endangered Species: Buyers are responsible for obtaining a CITES licence when required for the export from the UK of any item(s) made of or containing materials such as ivory, tortoiseshell, rhinoceros horn, whalebone, etc. 11. Import Licences: Buyers are responsible for checking and ensuring compliance with any regulations applicable in their country of residence regarding importation. 12. Copyright: all cataloguing text, images and other material published by TimeLine whether physically or electronically is the property of TimeLine and may not be reproduced, stored in any retrieval system or otherwise transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording or otherwise without the prior written consent of TimeLine. 13. General Conduct of Auction: TimeLine shall have absolute discretion as to lots offered for sale, lots withdrawn and the conduct of any Auction. TimeLine shall have absolute discretion to refuse entry, decline bids and expel any person from the Auction whether present in person or by agent or proxy or attending by way of any electronic media or telecommunications. 14. Viewing: all Lots are available to view. All prospective Bidders are advised to view any Lot(s) prior to bidding and the Bidder must form their own opinion before bidding. Public viewing arrangements will be advised in advance of the Date of Sale and private viewing can be arranged at the TimeLine premises by appointment. 15. Lot Descriptions: all Lots are offered ‘as seen’ and ‘as is’ and are available for inspection. The Buyer is obligated to make all and any enquiries he wishes as to the accuracy and authenticity of any sale description (including Condition, Dating and Attributions, as set out in clauses 5-7).The principle of caveat emptor applies except where expressly excluded by operation of law. While materials (such as catalogues) are vetted by an external committee of experts, TimeLine do not make or give any guarantee, warranty or representation or undertake any duty of care in relation to the description, illustrations or photographs of any Lot, including condition, quality, provenance, authenticity, background, style, period, age, origin, value and estimated selling price. TimeLine undertakes no obligation to examine, investigate or carry out any tests either in sufficient depth or at all to establish the accuracy or otherwise of any description or opinions given by TimeLine whether in the catalogue or elsewhere. Lots comprising Groups are sold strictly subject to them not being returnable for any reason whatsoever; the provisions set out under clause 43 are specifically excluded in respect of such Lots. For coins that have been authenticated, graded and encapsulated ('slabbed') by an independent grading company, no guarantee of any kind is offered by TimeLine. Buyers should note that removal or attempted removal from any slab will immediately void any independent guarantee that might have been offered by that grading company. 16.

Condition Reports: All Lots are

available for inspection. TimeLine will provide a report on the physical condition of any Lot on request. Bidders should note that reports are provided as a free service to interested Bidders. Descriptions therein are not warranties and all Lots are offered ‘as seen’ and ‘as is’. 17. Estimates: estimates are for general guidance only and Lots may sell outside their indicated range(s). Bidders must make their own assessment as to the value of any Lot and conduct their bidding accordingly. 18. Reserves: Lots may be subject to a Reserve Price set by the Seller, at a level not exceeding the low estimate, below which bids cannot be accepted; TimeLine reserves the right to bid on behalf of a Seller, up to the amount of any Reserve Price. 19. Buyer’s Premium: the Buyer’s Premium is 27% of the Hammer Price [inclusive of VAT] for all successful Bidders. Use of the TimeLine Auctions online inhouse bidding service is free of additional charge. For those using any other internet bidding platforms, the provider’s normal charges at up to 6% (inclusive of VAT) will be payable by the Buyer in addition to the Buyer’s Premium. 20. Registration and Bidding: all prospective Bidders must register their personal details with TimeLine before bidding and a Bidder Number will be allocated for their use in relation to a specific sale; prospective Bidders will be asked to provide proof of identity and address. TimeLine reserves its right to refuse any Bidder or any Bid at its discretion. A deposit in accordance with clause 27 may be required before accepting any Bid(s). The Bidder Number must be shown by Bidders to the Auctioneer when placing a bid and by the successful Bidder when the Lot is Knocked Down. The auctioneer shall conduct the Auction at his sole discretion for all matters, accept Bids from any source and may exercise bids on behalf of absent Bidders or on behalf of Sellers up to any Reserve Price. Bidding shall be in pounds sterling only and generally in accordance with the increments set out below: a. £0 to £99 – in increments of £5 b. £100 to £199 – in increments of £10 c. £200 to £499 – in increments of £20 d. £500 to £999 – in increments of £50 e. £1000 to £1999 – in increments of £100 f. £2000 to £4,999 – in increments of £200 g. £5000 to £9,999 – in increments of £500 h. £10000 to £19,999 – in increments of £1,000 i. £20000 to £49,999 – in increments of £2,000 j. £50000 to £99,999 – in increments of £5,000 k. £100,000 to £249,999 – in increments of £10,000 l. £250,000 and up – in minimum increments of £20,000 21. Absentee Bidding/Auto Bidding: Registered Bidders may leave absentee/auto Bids in advance of a live Auction directly through the TimeLine website or in writing by mail, email, fax or other delivery means and will be automatically exercised at the Reserve Price or at one bid increment above any competing Bid up to the submitted maximum Bid amount. 22. Commission Bidding: while Bidders are advised to attend the Auction and to bid


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in person, TimeLine will accept written instructions in advance of a live Auction from a Registered Bidder to personally execute bids on behalf of the Bidder up to a stated maximum. Unlimited bids or bids to ‘buy’ will not be accepted. In the event of identical bids being received from more than one Bidder, the earliest received will have priority. TimeLine offers this as a free service for live Auctions but] no liability is accepted for any errors in bidding or in the event that a Bid is not placed. A deposit may be required In accordance with clause 27. 23. Internet Bidding: live, real-time bidding is available to Bidders through the TimeLine website for all live Auctions. Bidders intending to use any other internet bidding service must Register in advance with that service and the provider’s normal charges at up to 6% (VAT inclusive) will be payable in addition to the Buyer’s Premium. It is entirely the responsibility of the Bidder using any bidding service to ensure that Bids are made accurately; Bids cannot be retracted once made and are binding on the Bidder in all circumstances. TimeLine are not responsible for any technical or other failure which results in Bids not being received. 24. Telephone Bidding: facilities for telephone bidding are available at live Auctions at the discretion of TimeLine for Bidders on Lots with a low estimate in excess of £250 and must be booked and confirmed in advance. It is a condition for acceptance by TimeLine of any telephone bidding request that the Bidder undertakes to execute a minimum Bid at the low estimate sum. TimeLine offers telephone bidding as a free service but no liability is accepted for any errors or in the event that a connection cannot be made or is interrupted before the Lot is Knocked Down. 25. Agents: all Bidders making Bids through any means shall be deemed to be acting as principal in their bidding and shall be directly and fully liable for all Bid amounts, Buyer’s Premium and any other charges or costs. If any prospective Bidder wishes to appoint a person to bid on their behalf, then this must be agreed and authorised in writing by TimeLine in advance of the Auction. A deposit may be required in accordance with clause 27. 26. Value Added Tax: VAT is charged on an inclusive basis, under the Auctioneer’s Margin Scheme on all Buyer's Premiums and other charges. For some items, such as investment gold, modern jewellery and gemstones, where marked with a ‘dagger’ (†) symbol, VAT on the Hammer Price will be payable in addition. Where import duties are payable, these lots are marked with symbols ‡ Ω at the corresponding rates. 27. Deposits: Timeline reserves the right to request a deposit in certain circumstances. The amount of the deposit will be set by Timeline. If a Bid is not placed the deposit will be paid back within a reasonable timeframe after the close of the auction. In case of a successful bid, the deposit will be reduced from the Purchase Price payable by the Buyer. 28. Payment: the Purchase Price becomes due and payable when the Lot is Knocked Down by the Auctioneer. Requests and Statements detailing the purchase information will be sent out by email or post; Bidders may be telephoned or otherwise contacted when payment is not received promptly or where there are queries in any respect. a. The full Purchase Price must be paid in Pounds Sterling and can be made by bank transfer (for transfers from outside the UK, subject to payment of an additional £10 overseas bank transaction fee), by cash up to the value of £7,000, by cheque from a UK bank (subject to clearance) or by bank debit card or credit card (up to a maximum of £500). It is the responsibility of the Buyer to ensure that TimeLine receives the correct amount payable. b. Unless agreed by TimeLine in writing

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in advance of the Auction, the Buyer must pay the Purchase Price in full in cleared funds to TimeLine by no later than 4.30pm on the third working day following the Date of Sale. In case of delayed payment, clause 32 applies. 29. Title, Risk and Insurance: Title to any Lot is retained by the Seller until the Purchase Price and all other sums payable by the Buyer have been paid in full in cleared funds to TimeLine; at this point, Title will transfer from the Seller to the Buyer. Risk for the Lot passes to the Buyer at the time the Lot is Knocked Down to the Bidder. TimeLine does not hold property insured after the Lot has been Knocked Down. 30. Collection of Lots and Storage: Once the Buyer has paid the Purchase Price in full, TimeLine will release the Lot to the Buyer for collection. The Buyer must collect, or arrange the collection of, all purchases from the location advised by TimeLine by 4.30pm on the seventh working day following the Date of Sale.

33. Limitation of Liability: The Auctioneer has obtained insurance cover in respect of its own legal liability for individual claims. The limits and exclusions in this clause reflect the insurance cover the Auctioneer has been able to arrange and the Buyer is responsible for making his own arrangements for the insurance of any excess loss. Timeline will under no circumstances be liable to the Buyer, whether in contract, tort (including negligence), breach of statutory duty, or otherwise, arising under or in connection with the contract for: a. any loss of profits, sales, business or revenue b. loss of business opportunity c. an indirect or consequential loss. Our total liability to you for all losses arising under or in connection to the contract, whether in contract, tort (including negligence), breach of statutory duty, or otherwise, will in no circumstances exceed £500.

TimeLine may provide the Buyer with a quotation and contact details for the services of Mail Boxes Etc on TimeLine documentation (any storage/shipping contract is between the Buyer and Mail Boxes Etc). The Buyer may arrange a service of their choice for collection, packing and shipping services. Lots not collected by the seventh working day following the Date of Sale will be moved to storage at a transfer cost of £20 plus VAT per Lot and storage charges will thereafter be applied at the rate of £1.90 plus VAT per Lot per day until collected; no Lots may be removed/released to the Buyer until all storage and transfer costs have been paid in full. In the event that the accrual of storage charges reaches 50% of the Hammer Price paid or after the expiration of three months from the transfer date, whichever occurs first, Timeline reserve the right to re-sell any and all Lots stored without notice and in any manner at their sole discretion and to apply any proceeds in defrayment of such costs. The Buyer will be entitled to receive any credit balance above the amount of the costs on request but will remain liable for any deficit.

Nothing in the Contract limits any liability which cannot legally be limited, including but not limited to liability for: a. death or personal injury caused by negligence; b. fraud or fraudulent misrepresentation; and c. breach of the terms implied by section 12 of the Supply of Goods and Services Act 1979 (title and quiet possession).

31. Delivery by TimeLine: at the absolute discretion of TimeLine, TimeLine may, on request, directly arrange delivery of certain Lots to the address registered to the Buyer, on payment by the Buyer to TimeLine of any advised handling and delivery charge.

36. Anti-Money Laundering: TimeLine’s Anti-Money Laundering Policy sets out TimeLine’s policy for ensuring compliance anti-money laundering legislation that applies to some of TimeLine’s activities. TimeLine may amend this policy from time to time.

32. Remedies for Buyer’s Failure to Make Payment and/or Remove Lots: if the Purchase Price and/or all sums payable are not paid in full when they fall due and/or the Lot is not removed in accordance with these terms, TimeLine may without further notice to the Buyer be entitled to exercise one or more of the following rights: a. To terminate the agreement immediately for breach of contract; b. To retain possession of the Lot; c. To remove and/or store the Lot at the Buyer’s expense, as detailed at clause 30at a cost to the Buyer of £20 + VAT for the transfer per Lot plus a daily cost of £1.90 plus VAT per Lot for the storage; d. To take legal proceedings against the Buyer for payment of any sums due to TimeLine by the Buyer; e. To be paid interest on any monies due to TimeLine at the annual rate of 8% per annum from time to time to be calculated on a daily basis from the date upon which such monies became payable until the date of actual payment; f. To sell the Lot without a Reserve Price at Auction or by any other means and apply any proceeds against the amount owing by the Buyer to TimeLine; g. To apply any monies received from the Buyer in payment or part payment of any sums due from the Buyer to TimeLine under these terms; h. To refuse to allow the Buyer to register for a future Auction or to reject a bid from the Buyer at a future Auction.

This clause 33 shall survive termination of the Contract. 34. Buyer’s Indemnity: the Buyer agrees to indemnify TimeLine on a full indemnity basis against all legal and other costs, all losses and expenses incurred as a result of TimeLine taking steps under clause 33. 35. Use of your personal information: TimeLine will only use the Seller’s personal information as set out in their privacy policy. TimeLine may amend this policy from time to time. Where Timeline processes any personal data, it will comply with the requirements and obligations under the Data Protection Legislation.

37. Sale of Goods Act: The terms implied by sections 13 to 15 of the Sale of Goods Act 1979 are, to the fullest extent permitted by law, excluded. 38. Severance: If any provision or partprovision of these terms and conditions is or becomes invalid, illegal or unenforceable, it shall be deemed modified to the minimum extent necessary to make it valid, legal and enforceable. If such modification is not possible, the relevant provision or partprovision shall be deemed deleted. Any modification to or deletion of a provision or part-provision under this clause shall not affect the validity and enforceability of the rest of the terms and conditions. 39. Amendments: TimeLine may amend these Terms and Conditions from time to time. Please check our website for our latest terms and conditions. 40. No waiver: No failure or delay by TimeLine to exercise any right or remedy provided under the these Terms and Conditions or by law shall constitute a waiver of that or any other right or remedy, nor shall it prevent or restrict the further exercise of that or any other right or remedy. 41. Third-Party rights: These Terms & Conditions are between Timeline and a Seller. No other person shall have any rights to enforce any of these terms.

42. Governing Law: these terms and conditions and any dispute or claim arising out of or in connection with them or their subject matter or formation (including noncontractual disputes or claims) shall be governed by, and construed in accordance with, the law of England and Wales. 43. Jurisdiction: the Bidder irrevocably agrees that the courts of England and Wales shall have exclusive jurisdiction to settle any dispute or claim arising out of or in connection with these terms and conditions or its subject matter or formation (including non-contractual disputes or claims). At the sole discretion of TimeLine, the auctioneer may instigate any proceedings within the jurisdiction of the bidder's country of residence. 44. Disputes: in the event that the Buyer has any dispute in relation to any Lot, not being a Lot described as a Group, Collection or other term indicating that the lot comprises more than one object, (such lots being sold cannot be returned in accordance with clause 15), which has been sold, that dispute must be notified to TimeLine in writing within 14 days following the Date of the Sale in order that TimeLine can hold the proceeds pending resolution of the dispute. In the event of deliberate forgery being claimed for any Lot, the Buyer shall submit two opinions in writing from recognised experts for consideration; the inability of different experts to agree shall not be sufficient grounds. No liability is accepted by TimeLine for any costs/losses of the Buyer, including but not limited to fees, shipping, loss of profit, consequential costs or any other matters beyond the Hammer Price and Buyer's Premium. In all cases, any item must be returned to TimeLine, strictly in the condition it was in at the date of the sale being held; Buyers are advised that any form of destructive examination or testing undertaken will result in claims being rejected; claims resulting from results of tests under a scientific process not generally accepted for use at the Date of the Sale or which were unreasonably expensive in relation to the estimates for the lot or impractical or likely to have caused damage to the Lot at the Date of the Sale will not be allowed. TimeLine will have no liability to the Buyer after a period of 14 days as then TimeLine will release monies and make payments to Sellers.

Seller’s Terms and Conditions 1. Interpretations and Definitions: the following terms generally apply within these Terms and Conditions; other terms are defined within specific sections following: Auctioneer – the firm TimeLine Auctions Ltd (“TimeLine” hereafter) or its authorised auctioneer, acting as Agent for the Seller. TimeLine is a company registered in England and Wales (company no: 06873501) with registered office at 40 Kilmarnock Drive, Luton, LU2 7YP, UK. The website and telephone number are https://timelineauctions.com and +44 (0) 1277 815121. Agent – a person or body acting on behalf of another. ALR – Art Loss Register - All lots with an upper Estimate value of £1,000 and above and all ancient Western Asiatic lots are searched against the Art Loss Register database. Auction – a sale event whether taking place live in real-time or of extended duration (Timed Auction). Bid – a sum offered by a Bidder to purchase the Lot. Bidder – the person offering a Bid. Buyer – the person who the Lot is Knocked Down to. Date of Sale – the date on which the Auctioneer Knocks Down the Lot. Data Protection Legislation –all applicable data protection and privacy legislation in force from time to time in the UK including

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TimeLine Auctions

the General Data Protection Regulation ((EU) 2016/679) (83) (GDPR); the Data Protection Act 2018; the Privacy and Electronic Communications Directive 2002/58/EC (as updated by Directive 2009/136/EC) and the Privacy and Electronic Communications Regulations 2003 (SI 2003/2426) as amended, and any and all applicable national data protection laws made under or pursuant to the GDPR, as may be amended or superseded from time to time. Estimate – the estimate for any Lots as set out in the Property Receipt. Group – any Lot comprising more than one item. Hammer Price – the amount of the winning bid when Knocked Down by the Auctioneer to a Bidder. Knock(ed/ing) Down – the act of the Auctioneer in bringing the Hammer down to complete the contract for the sale of the Lot to the Bidder submitting the highest bid. Lot – the goods for sale. Net Proceeds-the Hammer Price less the Selling Commission and any charges or expenses levied at Timeline’s discretion in accordance with these Terms and Conditions. Purchase Price – the total sum due for any Lot, including the Hammer Price, the Buyer’s Premium, any internet bidding fees, any shipping charges, taxes, duties or any other costs payable to TimeLine. Reserve Price – the minimum Hammer Price at which a Lot may be Knocked Down Seller – the person offering the Lot for sale. Selling Commission – the sum due to TimeLine from the Seller in accordance with clause 10. Timed Sale –in relation to an unsold Lot, a 28 day timeframe to allow a sale post Auction in accordance with clause 15. Title – legal rights of ownership of the Lot. Unsold Fee – 6% (VAT inclusive) of the Reserve Price. Withdrawal Fee – the fee payable to TimeLine in the event the Seller withdraws a Lot in accordance with clause 14, which shall be 6% (VAT inclusive) of the low Estimate or Reserve Price, whichever is higher.

cleared funds to TimeLine; at this point, Title will transfer from the Seller to the Buyer. Risk for the Lot passes to the Buyer at the time the Lot is Knocked Down to the Bidder. TimeLine does not hold any Lot insured after the Lot has been Knocked Down.

2. Application: the singular includes the plural and vice versa and any reference to ‘he’, ‘she’ or ‘it’ applies to all of them.

This clause 8 shall survive termination of the Contract.

3. Basis of Contract: a. These terms and conditions apply to the exclusion of any other terms that the Seller seeks to impose or incorporate, or which are implied by trade, custom, practice or course of dealing. b. Each Seller is required to read the terms and conditions attached to the Property Acceptance/Receipt and acknowledges that he/she has read, accepted and acknowledged the terms of such attachment, in advance of signing the same. c. As auctioneer, TimeLine acts solely for, and in the interest of, the Seller. 4. Copyright: all cataloguing text, images and other material published by TimeLine (including in relation to any Lot) whether physically or electronically is the property of TimeLine and may not be reproduced, stored in any retrieval system or otherwise transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording or otherwise without the prior written consent of TimeLine. Timeline does not guarantee that a device accurately displays the colours and condition of a Lot. 5. Rights to Photographs, Illustrations and Documents: the Seller grants to Timeline full and absolute right to photograph or illustrate any Lot and to use such photographs or illustrations, and any photographs, illustrations or documents provided by the Seller, at any time and at TimeLine’s absolute discretion (whether or not in connection with any Auction). 6. Title, Risk and Insurance: Title to any Lot is retained by the Seller until the Purchase Price and all other sums payable by the Buyer have been paid in full in

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7. Seller’s Representations and Warranties: in submitting any Lot for sale, the Seller warrants and represents to TimeLine the matters set out in the Property Acceptance/Receipt and Seller’s statement of provenance. The Seller will be asked to provide proof of identity and address. 8. Limitation of Liability: The Auctioneer has obtained insurance cover in respect of its own legal liability for individual claims. The limits and exclusions in this clause reflect the insurance cover the Auctioneer has been able to arrange and the Seller is responsible for making his own arrangements for the insurance of any excess loss. Timeline will under no circumstances be liable to the Seller, whether in contract, tort (including negligence), breach of statutory duty, or otherwise, arising under or in connection with the Contract for: a. any loss of profits, sales, business or revenue; b. loss of business opportunity; and c. an indirect or consequential loss. TimeLine’s total liability to the Seller for all losses arising under or in connection to the Contract, whether in contract, tort (including negligence), breach of statutory duty, or otherwise, will in no circumstances exceed £500. Nothing in these terms and conditions limits any liability which cannot legally be limited, including but not limited to liability for: a. death or personal injury caused by negligence; b. fraud or fraudulent misrepresentation; and c. breach of the terms implied by section 12 of the Supply of Goods and Services Act 1979 (title and quiet possession).

9. Seller’s Indemnity: the Seller shall indemnify and hold TimeLine harmless from all claims and all direct, indirect or consequential losses (including loss of profits, loss of business, depletion of goodwill and similar losses), costs, proceedings, damages and expenses (including legal and other professional fees and expenses) awarded against or incurred or paid by TimeLine as a result or in connection with: a. any breach of the warranties referred to in clause 7; b. any claim made against TimeLine concerning the authenticity of any Lot; c. any alleged or actual infringement, whether or not under English law, of any third party’s Intellectual Property Rights or other rights arising out of the Auction or sale of the Lot. 10. Selling Commission: The standard rate of selling commission payable to TimeLine shall be 18% of the Hammer Price (VAT inclusive). 11. Additional Charges: TimeLine may levy additional charges regarding: a. Collection of goods from Seller’s premises, storage of goods submitted for sale by a Seller and storage of Lots unsold in accordance with clause 15; b. Further charges at the discretion of TimeLine on advance warning to the Seller for any unusual research, special or additional imaging, testing, consultation with external specialists, conservation, cleaning or other services concerned with presenting the Lot, including VAT or other taxes or duties as applicable. c. All items submitted for sale in the 'Western Asiatic' category (other than items designated as 'style') and all lots over £1000

will incur an administration charge of £6.00 (VAT inclusive) per item for additional checking, including searches against the ALR. 12. Lots: all goods submitted to TimeLine will be lotted, catalogued and offered by live auction sale, limited timed auction sale, 'buy it now' direct sale or other method at the sole discretion of TimeLine; antiquities, antiques and collectables Lots with a low Estimate of £200 or less and coin Lots with a low Estimate of £100 or less will not normally be illustrated in any printed catalogue and printed text entries may be minimised (images and full text will always be shown on the TimeLine website); Estimates are provided for information only and Hammer Prices may differ from the estimated range. 13. Reserve Price: The Seller may set a Reserve Price on any Lot where the low Estimate exceeds £120 subject to agreeing that an Unsold Fee will become payable to Timeline for any such Reserved Lot which fails to sell; in addition the Seller agrees that the auctioneer may accept a bid received at one bid increment or 10% of the Reserve Price (whichever is higher) below the Reserve Price sum if necessary to sell the Lot. 14. Withdrawal of Lots: Once entered for sale, Lots may be withdrawn by the Seller only upon the agreement of TimeLine and payment to TimeLine of the Withdrawal Fee; a Withdrawal Fee will also be payable should any post-Sale offer be received in accordance with clause 14 but not accepted by the Seller. TimeLine reserves the absolute right to withdraw any Lot from sale for any reason in which circumstance no Withdrawal Fee will be payable. The Seller is thereafter responsible for collection of any Lot which has been withdrawn and clause 15 applies. 15. Unsold Lots and Storage: in the event that a Lot is not sold no Selling Commission is payable unless the Lot was subject to a Reserve Price in which case a sum of 6% (VAT inclusive)of the Reserve Price is payable by the Seller to TimeLine. TimeLine shall retain possession of unsold Lots for a period of twenty-eight days from the date of any Auction for entry into any Timed Sale or against the possibility of receiving post-Sale offers for such Lots. The Seller is thereafter responsible for collection of any unsold goods immediately after this period and Lots will be released after any charges due have been paid in full. Lots not removed by 4.30pm on the seventh working day after the due date will be moved to storage at a transfer cost of £20 plus VAT per Lot and storage charges will thereafter be applied at the rate of £1.90 plus VAT per Lot per day until collected; no Lots may be removed until any storage or other amounts due to TimeLine have been paid in full. In the event that the accrual of storage charges reaches 50% of the Reserve Price or after the expiration of three months from the transfer date, whichever occurs first, Timeline reserve the right to re-sell any and all Lots stored without notice and in any manner at their sole discretion and to apply any proceeds in defrayment of such costs. The Seller will be entitled to receive any credit balance above the amount of the costs on request but will remain liable for any deficit. 16. Payment to Sellers: the Net Proceeds of the Auction will become due and payable to the Seller 30 days following the Date of Sale provided that TimeLine have received cleared payment of the Purchase Price in full from the Buyer. 17. Use of your personal information: TimeLine will only use the Seller’s personal information as set out in their privacy policy. TimeLine may amend this policy from time to time. Where Timeline processes any personal data, Timeline will comply with the requirements and obligations under the Data Protection Legislation. 18.

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Anti-Money Laundering Policy sets out TimeLine’s policy for ensuring compliance with anti-money laundering legislation that applies to some of TimeLine’s activities. TimeLine may amend this policy from time to time. 19. Sale of Goods Act: The terms implied by sections 13 to 15 of the Sale of Goods Act 1979 are, to the fullest extent permitted by law, excluded. 20. Severance: If any provision or partprovision of these terms and conditions is or becomes invalid, illegal or unenforceable, it shall be deemed modified to the minimum extent necessary to make it valid, legal and enforceable. If such modification is not possible, the relevant provision or partprovision shall be deemed deleted. Any modification to or deletion of a provision or part-provision under this clause shall not affect the validity and enforceability of the rest of the terms and conditions. 21. Amendments: TimeLine may amend these Terms and Conditions from time to time. Please check our website for our latest terms and conditions. 22. No waiver: No failure or delay by TimeLine to exercise any right or remedy provided under the these Terms and Conditions or by law shall constitute a waiver of that or any other right or remedy, nor shall it prevent or restrict the further exercise of that or any other right or remedy. 23. Third-Party rights: These Terms & Conditions are between Timeline and a Seller. No other person shall have any rights to enforce any of these terms. 24. Governing Law: these terms and conditions and any dispute or claim arising out of or in connection with them or their subject matter or formation (including noncontractual disputes or claims) shall be governed by, and construed in accordance with, the law of England and Wales. 25. Jurisdiction: each party irrevocably agrees that the courts of England and Wales shall have exclusive jurisdiction to settle any dispute or claim arising out of or in connection with these terms and conditions or its subject matter or formation (including non-contractual disputes or claims).