Senatus Consulto sells neolithic axe, spear, cylinder seal, scarab, tools, ceramic
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Ancient World : Egyptian : Sculpture : Pre AD 1000 item #1398628
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$150.00
Rare and interesting pottery head of a Nubian, Egypt, late 1st. millenium BC.

The head with grotesque features of an African Nubian man with tungue protruding, made in the Late to Greek Period, ca. 3th.-1st. century BC.

Size: 6,2 cm. tall

Condition: Fragmentary finely preserved facial features.

Ex. Dr. Lammers, Hamburg, aquired prior to 1966.
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Ancient World : Egyptian : Pottery : Pre AD 1000 item #1398625
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$165.00
A very nice and cute Pilgrim Flask, Coptic Egypt, early-mid 1st. millenium AD.

The pottery Flask in terracotta finely made, two small stylized feet, two handles and with a Cross shaped pattern on both sides inside a circle.

Size: 6 cm.

Condition: Nice, small chip to the edge of the top.

Ex. Dr. Lammers, Hamburg, aquired prior to 1966.
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Ancient World : Pre AD 1000 item #1398603
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$350.00
A finely patinated large Nanish Neolithic sicle, dating back to later neolithic period, ca. 2600-2200 B.C.

Wonderful sicle of a good size, measuring c. 11 cm. long and 4,9 cm. wide. Very broad and not crescentic. Nice workmanship have resulted in a thinbladed and exquisite flint artifact that will enhance most collections.

The patina a mottling of grey with some white, and fine fossil-remains in the silex...
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Ancient World : Pre AD 1000 item #1398602
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$350.00
A finely patinated large Nanish Neolithic sicle, dating back to later neolithic period, ca. 2600-2200 B.C.

Wonderful sicle of a good size, measuring c. 12 cm. long and 5,2 cm. wide. Very broad and not crescentic...
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Ancient World : Prehistorical item #1398591
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$450.00
A beautiful miniature of a Danish neolithic dagger in the shape of a lancet type with defined handle.

The dagger dates to around 2000 BC - Danish Daggertime.

'Baby' daggers like this one were widely used as firestones - a tool for lighting a fire. The daggertime culture not only used daggers as tools and weapons of practical, but the dagger-shape had a kind of mythological meaning in the culture...
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Ancient World : Prehistorical item #1398580
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$650.00
A superb and very nicely executed thickbutted Danish Neolithic axe dating c. 3000-2500 BC.

The axe is unpolished with a beautyful amber patina. Collection tag '4' written on one side - also finding place 'Grunderup Klint.'

The thickbutted axes began to replace the the thinbutted types in the last part of the 4th mill. and became the dominant type during the first millenium BC. This specimen is a 'Lindoe'-type - a later development of the thickbutted type...
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Ancient World : Prehistorical item #1398576
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$475.00
A massive and heavy thickbutted Danish Neolithic axe dating c. 3000-2500 BC.

The axe is unpolished and made of a very calcky Damian flint. Very well executed and impressive in hand.

The thickbutted axes began to replace the thebutted types in the last part of the 4th mill. and became the dominant during the first millenium BC.

This specimen is a 'Lindoe'-type - a later development of the thickbutted type...
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Ancient World : Roman : Pottery : Pre AD 1000 item #1398557
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$195.00
Highly interesting Roman pottery Oillamp with a makers mark of the Foot with destinct toes, 1st. century AD!

Beautiful fine quality piece decorated with wine and grapes, central rosette, knob handle. This Makers mark was used in the later part of the 1st. century AD, but it's the first time we've seen it with distict toes as well.

Size: 7,7 cm.

Condition: Superb, sharp, better than pictures.

Provenance: From a Rheinland-Pfalz collection, 1970-1999...
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Ancient World : Pre AD 1000 item #1398556
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$250.00
Scarce and beautiful early type of pottery Oil lamp, Roman 1st. century AD. The lamp is of the Loeschcke Typus VIII and displays a standing Cupid, playing a flute on the discus. Finely stamped with 'the foot' workshop mark, well known workshop, central Rome, 1st. cent. AD

Size: 9 cm.

Condition:Choice, some wear to handle and decoration, but intact.

Provenance: From a Rheinland-Pfalz collection, 1970-1999.
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Ancient World : Pre AD 1000 item #1398555
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$595.00
A superbly executed Danish Neolithic sicle from the scarce crescent type of late Daggertime-early Bronzeage, 1800-1600 BC.

Lunar or crescent in shape, finely knapped in a now patinated silex. Well-balanced with miniature knapping.

Size: 13,3 cm.

Condition: Choice, very minor chip to the edge. Stunning glossy grey and black patina, no transperancy.

Ex...
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Ancient World : Pre AD 1000 item #1398553
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$1,295.00
A rare and absolutely choice Danish Neolithic Silex dagger, dating to Daggertime, ca. 1800 BC...
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Ancient World : Roman : Pottery : Pre AD 1000 item #1398547
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$395.00
Scarce and beautiful early type of pottery Oil lamp, Roman 1st. century AD.

The lamp is of the Loeschcke Typus VIII and displays three Theatre masks on the discus. Very high relief! Finely stamped with 'the foot' workshop mark, well known workshop, central Rome, 1st. cent. AD

Size: 95 mm.

Condition: Choice and intact, better than pictures.

Provenance: From a Rheinland-Pfalz collection, 1970-1999.
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Ancient World : European Medieval : Pre AD 1000 item #1398432
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$995.00
A rare and interesting pendant depicting the Midgard serpent, Vikings of the Norse or Baltic area, Northern European, ca. 9th.-10th. century AD.

A beautiful intact pendant of a wonderful style. In solid silver, some minor spots of verdigris can be removed, othervise intact.

Size: 36 mm.

Condition: Superb and intact for the type.
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$475.00
A large and choice Medieval Battleaxe, Knightly period, central-north European, likely Germany, ca. 11th.-12th. century AD.

A fine large and impressive battleaxe with a great curving blade and reenforced socket. Makers mark near the socket at one side.

The piece is cleaned and retains a fine iron colour with some patina remaining. Typical traces of corrosion but in an very nice state of preservation for the early type.

Size: 21 cm. long and ca. 18 cm. wide over th...
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Ancient World : Prehistorical item #1398379
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$295.00
Here's a rare type of the Danish neolithic core axe - a tranistion type between the primitive core axes and the later thinbutted axe. It can be dated to 4000-3500 BC.

This axe is very thin in the body, but still rounded in design. It has a specialized edge that is partly polished - so we have the design of the core axe and the techniques of the thinbutted axes in this specimen.

Besides, it is an extremely beautiful axe in hand with delicious grey patina.

Size: ...
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Ancient World : Prehistorical item #1398377
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$1,250.00
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A superb and XXL thinbutted Danish neolithic axe dating to Time of the Great Burial Mounts, c. 3500-3000 BC.

A very skilfully knapped axe, made with defined seams on the edges. Well proportioned design.

The thinbutted axes were introduced along with the transition from hunting and gathering to agriculture. The axes were used to clear the woods and prepare the ground for crops.

The size and condition of this axe however indicates that it was made as an offer ax...
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Ancient World : Egyptian : Stone : Pre AD 1000 item #1398277
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$250.00
A wonderful stone scarab with finely carved hieroglyphs and a nice style and execution of the scarab itself. The scarab with well-preserved dark green glace, Egyptian, New Kingdom 16th.-11th. century BC. Inscription for Ammon.

Size: 14-15 mm.

Condition: Superb!

Ex. Dr. Lammers, Hamburg, aquired prior to 1966.
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Ancient World : Egyptian : Faience : Pre AD 1000 item #1398256
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$195.00
Egyptian faiance figure of Bes, Late Period, likely the Ptolemaic Dynasty (305 - 30 BC).

Faiance figure of Bes, the Dwarf-god. With the refined classical features of the late period in Egyptian art.

Size: 38 mm. incl. the costum made stepped Podium. The figure is permanently mounted and the base of the figure is embedded into the podium.

Condition: Headdress lost, a minor chips. Finely patinated and from an old collection.

Ex. Dr. Lammers, Hamburg...