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All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Ancient World : European Medieval : Pre AD 1000 item #1416524
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$150.00
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A finely decorated bronze bracelet, Northern Europe, Viking Period, 8th.-10th. century AD.

A well-made patinated Viking era bracelet in the shape of a snake with bulging eyes. Comes with a lucite stand as seen in the pictures.

Condition: Choice, very attractive.

Size: 5,6 cm. in diameter and almost round.

Ex. Danish Private collection, comes with COA
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Ancient World : European Medieval : Pre AD 1000 item #1416427
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$195.00
A finely decorated broad hammered bronze bracelet, Northern Europe, Viking Period, 8th.-10th. century AD.

A well-made and beautifully patinated Viking era bracelet with symethric decoration of lines, dots and bull eyes. Comes with a lucite stand as seen in the pictures.

Condition: Choice, very attractive, a single brassy mark, othervise fine enamel-like patina in dark green.

Size: 6,8 cm. and 2,9 cm. broad at the max; Inner diameter 6,6 cm by 4,8 cm.

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All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Ancient World : European Medieval : Pre AD 1000 item #1416426
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$150.00
A profusely decorated sturdy bronze bracelet, Northern Europe, Viking Period, 8th.-10th. century AD.

A very nice well-known type of the Viking era with symethric decoration of lines, bulls eyes and other elements, over the entire surface. Fine green and brown patina. Comes with lucite stand as seen in the pictures.

Size: Inner diameter 6,3 cm by 4,5 cm.

Ex. Danish Private collection, comes with COA
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Ancient World : European Medieval : Pre AD 1000 item #1416425
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$150.00
A rare early decorated iron fire starter, Viking period of Scandinavia, ca. 900-1000 AD.

A particularly beautiful and top condition artifact from the Viking period. Interestingly, this piece is profusely decorated with hammered crescent symbols and of a nice quasi-boat shaped design.

Size: 11 cm. including the attached ring at the loop.

Condition: Superb! Very stunning quality, glossy patinated and very sound iron, fine conserved.

Ex. Danish Collect...
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Ethnic : Pre 1492 item #1416390
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$195.00
An early and outstanding version of the bridge bracelet, who has been copied extensively in the Ottoman and later periods, but has it's origin in Macedonia / Thrace in the medieval period. This particular bracelet is the finest we've seen in solid gilt silver with fine details, and dating around 14th.-15th. century.

The "Bridge" bracelet has its roots from the Thrace region. It is a symbol of fertility and maternity, and it was a family jewel, since it was given by a mother to a dau...
All Items : Traditional Collectibles : Numismatics : Coins : Pre 1492 item #1411341
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$350.00
Italy - Milan (MILANO) - Medieval silver Denaro Scodelatto of Enrico III-V, years 1038-1125.

Struck on broad flans, excellent centering and details, high quality silver, perfect mint condition.

Rare in such pristine condition.

Ex. Danish Private Collection
All Items : Traditional Collectibles : Numismatics : Coins : European : Pre 1492 item #1404891
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$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 ...
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
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$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
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$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.
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$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
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$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
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$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!