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All Items : Traditional Collectibles : Numismatics : Coins : European : Pre 1492 item #1404894
Senatus Consulto
$750.00
A fine quality Danish Viking Penny, Hardeknud (Knud III, the Hardy). As “Vice-King,” circa 1026/8-1035. Rare variant of a scarce type!

AR Penny. East Danish standard. Lund mint. Struck circa 1030-1035. + HΛRÐΛCN·V·T RX, serpent curling leftward magistrates name around open linear convex cross with pellet terminals and pellet center; arches of pellets in quarters. Hauberg 1 var.; Becker, Coinages p. 120 type minted in Lund. The type displays the iconic Worm on the obverse, li...
All Items : Traditional Collectibles : Numismatics : Coins : European : Pre 1492 item #1404891
Senatus Consulto
$795.00
A fine quality Danish Viking Penny, Hardeknud (Knud III, the Hardy). As “Vice-King,” circa 1026/8-1035.

AR Penny. East Danish standard. Lund mint. Struck circa 1030-1035. + HΛRÐΛCN·V·T RX, serpent curling leftward / magistrates name around open linear convex cross with pellet terminals and pellet center; arches of pellets in quarters. Hauberg 1 var.; Becker, Coinages p. 120 type minted in Lund. The type displays the iconic Worm on the obverse, likely a representation of the ...
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$250.00
Interesting and superb Viking bronze ring of the Shield type, made for a warrior, ca. 9th.-10th. century AD.
Hammered from a sheet of bronze, this ring has the shape of a large rounded shield with a finely engraved pattern.

A rare larger ring made for a Man and likely a Warrior. A rarity both for the elaborate style and the exceptional condition for this bronze antiquity.

Size: ca. 20 mm. in inner diameter and and ca. 33-34 mm. wide!

Condition: Superb...
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Ancient World : European Medieval : Pre AD 1000 item #1399956
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$750.00
An illusive macehead designed to swing at the end of a chain attached to a pole, the socalled Morgen Stern or morning star in bronze, Viking / Early Medieval, likely Norse / Baltic area, ca. 8TH.-9TH. century AD.

Though often pictured as a repro, the morning star was a weapon demanding a lot of skills of the user, thus not very common then or today. This is actually the first we've had in 20 years of dealing.

A spiked, compact and very deadly Macehead with a loop on top to ...
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Ancient World : European Medieval : Pre AD 1000 item #1399450
Senatus Consulto
$450.00
A beautiful intact iron Battleaxe, dating to the Scandinavian Viking Period 8th.-9th. century AD.

Viking axe of the the typical battle type for the period, 19 cm. long.

Condition: Superb for type nice metal and silverish patina. Very nice, these are nearly always of bad metal and with chips.

Ex. Private Collection
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Ancient World : European Medieval : Pre AD 1000 item #1398813
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$795.00
An ancient Early Medieval bronze Neck Torc, Baltic Vikings of the Rus, ca. 10th. century AD.

A torc with a terrific patina and of the beautiful Twisted design leaving the part of the Torc that would have rested on the neck smooth. Terminals as stylized animal heads.

Size: 18,2 cm. in diameter.

Condition: Mint, exceptional bright green patina, untouched.

Ex. Old German Collection

This item comes with a standard export license, when shipped o...
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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...
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$195.00
A rare and massive European Gate key, Late Medieval, ca. 14th.-15th. century.

A very heavy key with kidney-shaped bow and a very thick stem and bit. Remnants of copper plating on the surface.

Size: 21,3 cm. long and 8,3 cm. wide over the bow! Weight: ca. 300-350 grams.

Condition: Basically intact with very heavy patina and corrosion and loss of metal to the bit.

Provenance: Birgit og Bent Wolstrup Collection
Senatus Consulto
$275.00
A beautiful Latten bronze spoon w Pine finial, England, 16th. cent.

The spoon very elegant with an oval bowl and the pine finial. Interestingly a clear makers mark of three spoons or keys in the upper side of the bowl. Made in Latten - an alloy of bronze.

Size: 15,6 cm.

Condition: Choice, remnants of old silvering on the bowl and mark from contemporary repiar during use on the handle.

Provenance: Birgit og Bent Wolstrup Collection
Senatus Consulto
$150.00
Rare large ancient gothic Iron key with a rhomboid bow, 12th.-14th. century

Size: 14 cm.

Condition: Intact but rough, conserved earthfind with find patina, stable metal.

Provenance: Birgit og Bent Wolstrup Collection.
Senatus Consulto
$395.00
HEAVY SPANISH BRONZE MORTAR WITH HIGH RELIEF DESIGN, DATING TO THE LATER 16TH. CENTURY.

Beautifully hand cast with a deeply moulded design of classical portraits enface in relief around the body intersected by ribs.

The mortar is ca. 11,5 cm. wide and weighing app. 1,5 kilograms.

Provenance: Large Danish Private Collection
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Ancient World : European Medieval : Pre AD 1000 item #1239774
Senatus Consulto
$275.00
An extremely rare and attractive silver filigree boat-shaped pendant, Vikings of Gotland, c. 10th.-11th. century AD.

All genuine Viking silver items are rare, so is this elaborate silver pendant, once around the neck of a Viking warrior or a warriors wife.

The pendant is larger measuring c. 26 mm. in length.

A finely crafted pendant with filigree work, shaped as a boat and guilded. Superb quality Viking artwork, found at the now Swedish Island of Gotland and in...
All Items : Traditional Collectibles : Numismatics : Coins : European : Pre AD 1000 item #1140827
Senatus Consulto
$350.00
A rare medieval / Viking period silver coin, dating to Vendian or Viking kingdoms of Northern Europe, c. 900-1000 AD. Crude imitation of a Carolingian denar, slightly cup-shaped of fine silver. The coin shows a cross with 4 pellets / a church or another building.

Condition: Good VF or better for type, very nice flan and wondeful old collection tone. A rare coin and unresearched, could be very good!