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210418 1242 AFGHANISTAN, "LURISTAN, circa 1000-500 BC, sword, handle is hollowed on both sides for insertion of grips which are not present, bronze, 251x47mm blade on 111mm handle, mvc904 very nice, $900.00

273 1111 AFGHANISTAN, ISLAMIC, signet ring, 1222 AH (1807 AD) engraved: 'ALI MUHAMMAD WALID GUL MUHAMMAD 1222, carved carnelian in base metal setting, face is 19x15mm, ring is US size 6.5 (18mm), aVF $85.00

115 9999 AFGHANISTAN, ISLAMIC, ring, late 19th-early 20th c. is my guess. filigree, set with flat oval 6x12mm lapis stone. silver, ring i.d. is 19mm. 7g, Actually, a nice piece. Wearable. Intact $45.00

201207 3541 ASIA, China to Pakistan, arrowhead lot, c. 500 BC - 1400 AD, identified as to: country, culture, time frame, bronze and iron, 5 different, VG $25.00

201207 3542 ASIA, China to Pakistan, arrowhead lot, c. 500 BC - 1400 AD, identified as to: country, culture, time frame, bronze and iron, 5 different, VF $50.00

201207 3542 ASIA, China to Pakistan, arrowhead lot, c. 500 BC - 1400 AD, identified as to: country, culture, time frame, all unusual types, bronze and iron, 5 different, VF $100.00

167 6826 BULGARIA, near Veliko Tarnovo late Bronze Age, sickle c. 1000 BC, bronze, 110mm long, 42.6g, $145.00

200 6836 BURKINA FASO, Hudson's Bay type bead, 19-20th c., red, glass, ~5mm, $1.00

232 1681 CAMBODIA, KHMER?, pair of rings c. 500-1000 AD, teardrop shaped, flared ends, gold plated silver, 22x16mm, 10.5g, similar to "keloh" of SE Asia and Indonesia, aaa-412 These came to me as "earrings," hard to figure them as such. Usually keloh are made of a mixture of tin, lead, & copper, or ordinary bronze, these are the first I've seen in silver, both are broken at the narrow end, one has been glued together, the pair $100.00

324 3001 CAMEROUN, bead, c. 1930, hollow, brass, 8x11mm, $3.00

273 9003 CAMEROUN, ring, c. 1920, flat surfaces, brass, 13mm, $6.00

206 6941 CAMEROUN, central region, "calabar rod" bracelet, 16-18th c., 4 coils of 5mm wire, copper, ~80mm diameter, not pictured in Quiggin or Opitz, relatively common in recent years, $30.00

222 2503 CHINA, Neolithic, circa 7000-2000 BC, tiny dart points, most triangular, some with concave bases, d) transparent crystal, <12mm long, CNS4b $13.00

222 7127 CHINA, Neolithic, circa 7000-2000 BC, tiny dart points, transparent crystal, ~12-16mm long, $22.00

239 7177 CHINA, SHANG-ZHOU, circa 1300-1000 BC, arrowhead, biblade with basal barbs & short bronze tang, bronze, 41x12mm, see. Yang Hong p. 39, 99b in picture, a bit crusty but completely intact, $30.00

239 7178 CHINA, SHANG-ZHOU, circa 1300-1000 BC, arrowhead, biblade with short bronze tang, bronze, 41x12mm, see. Yang Hong p. 39, 99c in picture, a bit crusty but completely intact, $30.00

239 7179 CHINA, SHANG-ZHOU, circa 1300-1000 BC, arrowhead, biblade with basal barbs & short bronze tang, bronze, 41x12mm, see. Yang Hong p. 39, 99d in picture, a bit crusty but completely intact, $30.00

322 9193 CHINA, SHANG-ZHOU, circa 1300-1000 BC, arrowhead, biblade with tang, bronze, 43x12mm, 5.88g, see. Yang Hong p. 39, 99e in picture, a bit crusty but completely intact, $30.00

322 9194 CHINA, SHANG-ZHOU, circa 1300-1000 BC, arrowhead, biblade with tang, bronze, 51x11mm, 5.92g, see. Yang Hong p. 39, 99e in picture, a bit crusty but completely intact, $30.00

239 7181 CHINA, SHANG-ZHOU, circa 1300-1000 BC, arrowhead, biblades in 2 styles: chunkier & thinner, with short bronze tangs, bronze, 39x11mm, see. Yang Hong p. 39, 99f in picture, a bit crusty but completely intact, $30.00

106 3311 CHINA, WESTERN ZHOU?, 1122-770 BC, pai, shield shape with 3 peaks on top, hollow back, crude linear decoration, bronze, 78x50mm, middle peak bent, VG $40.00

319 1005 CHINA, ZHOU, circa 1000-500 BC, mould, 3 rings one side, ornaments other side, stone, 88x42x15mm, looks like it was repurposed, F $100.00

258 7192 CHINA, EASTERN ZHOU, 771-256 BC, dao single edged knife, straight blade with upward pointing tip, ring shank, bronze, 82x18mm, was small to begin with, then sharpened about 100 times, therefore very short blade, smooth black patina, VF $66.00

288 1019 CHINA, SPRING & AUTUMN Period, 770-446 BC, arrowhead, triblade, bronze on bronze shank, bronze, 10x37mm head on 40mm shank, 12g, nice shape, light corrosion, $27.00

237 7166 CHINA, WARRING STATES, 475-221 BC, yuigao hook, right angle stub for attachment, bronze, 121mm at widest, VF $55.00

302 2890 CHINA, WARRING STATES period, 475-221 BC, arrowhead, triblade, bases scalloped, grooved blades, flared base, integral tang, bronze, 40x10mm, 9.9g, most of tang missing, crusty, mostly nice VF $35.00

278 9011 CHINA, Xinjiang, WARRING STATES Period, 475-221 BC, arrowhead, socketed leaf shaped biblade, bronze, 40x17mm, small natural void in 1 balde, F $16.00

201207 3544 CHINA, SHANG-ZHOU-HAN, bead collection, c. 1000 BC -200 AD, bronze, various shapes, with my writeup of what I know about them. VG-VF 4 different, $20.00

322 9195 CHINA, ZHOU dynasty, circa 1000-250 BC, goshi button, round, slightly conical, narrow lip facing backward / flat bar on back, bronze, 21mm diameter, 9mm tall, 4.27g, F $14.00

322 9196 CHINA, ZHOU dynasty, circa 1000-250 BC, goshi button, round, flat face, narrow right angle lip facing backwards / raised bar on back, bronze, 25mm diameter, 3.4mm tall, 6.38g, F $14.00

260 9012 CHINA, ZHOU, circa 1000-200 BC, yui go, 3-pronged hand weapon, bronze, 117x95mm, cleaned, VF $135.00

238 7170 CHINA, ZHOU, etc., circa 1000-300 BC or so, ring lot, all have a flattened oval cross section. 2 are obviously vessel handles, the rest are almost certainly not. 7 are significantly decorated, 4 are heavily tinned "white bronze." Most will allow a description as "ring money, bronze, smallest is 21mm, largest is 42mm, 1 has a small chip, the rest are nice, 20 pcs $100.00

322 9197 CHINA, ZHOU Dynasty, 1122-255 BC, horse ornament, round, shallow concave face, no lip / raised bar on back, bronze, 50mm diameter, 20.92g, F $22.00

322 9198 CHINA, ZHOU Dynasty, 1122-255 BC, horse ornament, roundish, squatly conical / bar on back, bronze, 61mm diameter, 19mm tall, 56.42g, F $33.00

261 9012 CHINA, ZHOU-HAN?, circa 1000 BC - 100 AD, yuigao hook, a 3-pronged hand weapon, bronze, central prong 144mm long, lateral prongs 44mm long, 84mm wide, 4mm thick, 45.4g, cleaned VF $90.00

276 9019 CHINA, c. 1000 BC - 400 AD, arrowheads, bronze, various types, partially or tentatively attributed, VG-VF 10 pcs $73.00

319 1011 CHINA, ZHOU-HAN, circa 500-200 AD, puman vessel ring handle lot, plain with no decoration, bronze, smallest 25mm dia., largest 33mm, total weight 85.89g, 10 pcs, VF $125.00

319 1014 CHINA, ZHOU-HAN, circa 1000-200 AD, bead lot, 2 types: a) 8 ovoid tubes with rectangular window, b) 11 rings with narrow tube, also a ring, a round shield money decorated with bosses broken from a strip, & a buckle with a duck head, bronze, ovoid tubes ~19x13x16mm, tube rings 13x21x10mm, ring 21mm dia., buckle 23x26x14mm, shield money 17mm dia., total 99.05g, F $120.00

319 1017 CHINA, ZHOU-HAN, circa 1000-200 AD, tube bead lot, ovoid (26), pants-shaped joiner (4), ovoid truncated cone with linear decoration at apex, white metal except conoid which is bronze, ovoid tubes ~11x8x22mm, joiners ~19x11mm, conoid 17x7mm, ovoids ~3.5g, joiners ~6.5g, conoid 6.88g, few rough, most are nice F-VF $75.00

319 1018 CHINA, ZHOU-HAN, circa 1000-200 AD, tube bead, spindle shaped, bronze, 19x6mm dia., 43-46mm long, 8-9g each, some have chips at end, F $14.00

320 4001 CHINA, ZHOU-HAN, circa 1000-200 AD, tube bead lot, segmented cylinders could be cut to make single ordinary beads, at least one has evidence of such a cut, all slightly different, bronze, smallest 16x5mm with 4 segments, longest 34x5mm with 6.5 segments, widest is 6mm, 6.18g, 9.42g, 6 pcs, few casting flaws, F-VF $37.00

318 1001 CHINA, label on bag reads "Ordos," ZHOU-HAN, circa 1000-200 AD, bead lot, thin walled, hollow barrel shaped, bronze, 10x11mm average, ~2.5-3.5g, 38 pcs, 1 broken, a few chipped, some cruder than others, mostly G-VF $175.00

320 4003 CHINA, label reads: Ordos, ZHOU-HAN, circa 1000-200 AD, bead lot, tube with belly in middle & corded decoration, different treatments & sizes, 1 has very narrow hole & is decorated with only 3 ridges, 9 pcs total, bronze, 21x9mm to 35x11mm, 11 pcs, few have casting flaws, F-VF $80.00

320 4004 CHINA, label reads: Ordos, ZHOU-HAN, circa 1000-200 AD, bead, tube with belly in middle & corded decoration, different treatments & sizes, bronze, lower grade $7.00

320 4005 CHINA, label reads: Ordos, ZHOU-HAN, circa 1000-200 AD, bead, tube with belly in middle & corded decoration, different treatments & sizes, bronze, higher grade $12.00

323 1201 CHINA, label on bag reads "Ordos," late ZHOU, circa 500-300 BC, ring, linked lozenge pattern, bronze, 23mm dia., 4mm wide, 2.5g, F-VF $20.00

323 1203 CHINA, label on bag reads "Ordos," late ZHOU, circa 500-300 BC, ring, linked lozenge pattern, bronze, 22mm dia., 3mm wide, 2.03g, F $15.00

323 1204 CHINA, label on bag reads "Ordos," late ZHOU, circa 500-300 BC, ring, linked lozenge pattern, bronze, 22mm dia., 3mm wide, 2.3g, F $15.00

323 1205 CHINA, label on bag reads "Ordos," late ZHOU, circa 500-300 BC, ring, an open spiral, bronze, 23mm dia., 2.5mm wide, 2.71g, F-VF $20.00

323 1207 CHINA, label on bag reads "Ordos," late ZHOU, circa 500-300 BC, ring, round contour, undecorated, bronze, 20mm dia., 2mm wide, 2.47g, VF $16.00

323 1209 CHINA, label on bag reads "Ordos," late ZHOU, circa 500-300 BC, ring, undecorated, bronze, 21mm dia., 5mm wide, 4.25g, F $20.00

323 1212 CHINA, label on bag reads "Ordos," late ZHOU, circa 500-300 BC, ring, undecorated, bronze, 21-23mm dia., 2.5mm wide, 1.71g, aVF $14.00

320 4006 CHINA, ZHOU-HAN, circa 1000-200 AD, bead or something, shaped like a funnel with segmented spout, bronze, funnel part 20mm diameter, spout 7mm diameter, 20.99g, I saw very similar things on google images from Cameroun described as "funnel dangle," this could be some kind of use object though, a pipe bowl, or, by a stretch, a real funnel, slight chip at end of spout, F $45.00

319 1021 CHINA, ZHOU-HAN, circa 1000-200 AD, spacer or dagger guard, round thick hollow donut with rounded rectangular center hole, bronze, 21mm dia., 10mm thick, 20.94g, F $15.00

319 1022 CHINA, ZHOU-HAN, circa 1000-200 AD, tube, decorated with linear bands, bronze, 13mm dia., 89mm long, 34.74g, VF $35.00

320 4007 CHINA, ZHOU-HAN, circa 1000-200 AD, pin, melon shaped head, 2-part squared finger stops, short shaft, bronze, 45x8mm, 3.21g, F $20.00

103 7555 CHINA, probably HAN, circa 200 BC - 200 AD, maybe later, mao spear butt, blunt phallic end, bronze, 168mm long, 157g, F $155.00

326 3262 CHINA, HAN Dynasty?, circa 200 BC - 200 AD, armor scale or button, linked border around circle / bar on back, round, gray metal, 32mm dia., 13.32g, VF $26.00

326 3263 CHINA, HAN Dynasty?, circa 200 BC - 200 AD, armor scale or button, linked border around circle / bar on back, round, gray metal, 25mm dia., 7.97g, VF $26.00

326 3264 CHINA, HAN Dynasty?, circa 200 BC - 200 AD, armor scale or button, linked border around circle / bar on back, round, gray metal, 25mm dia., 7.51g, VF $26.00

319 1034 CHINA, HAN?, circa200 AD or earlier, perfume bottle, onion shaped with 3 legs, 3 holes on bottom, bronze, 22x22x45mm, 27.57g, small chip on rim, VF $65.00

319 1035 CHINA, HAN Dynasty, circa 200 BC-200 AD, parasol spoke cap chang gao, 2 types, both with decoration, bronze, 11x45mm, 16x47mm, 7-8g, 15-16g, 2 of each type, crusty, one is chipped, VG $75.00

324 3003 CHINA, HAN period, circa 200 BC - 200 AD, parasol spoke cap, flat tipped conic cylinder with a hook to hold the cloth, bronze, 58x14x23mm, 26.69g, nice, thick metal, VF $35.00

320 4008 CHINA, HAN Dynasty, circa 200 BC-200 AD, parasol spoke cap, flat tipped conic cylinder with a hook to hold the cloth, white bronze, 70x12mm, 9.07g, broken base, F $5.00

301 2554 CHINA, HAN Dynasty, circa 200 BC-200 AD, parasol spoke cap chang gao, bronze, 62mm, 17.7mm, more robust than usual, crust, pits, chip on hook, VF $33.00

230 7155 CHINA, HAN Dynasty, circa 200 BC-200 AD, parasol spoke cap chang gao, nail holes, silver plated bronze, 165mm long, light chipping at base of socket, VF $40.00

308 3001 CHINA, HAN Dynasty, circa 200 BC-200 AD, parasol spoke cap chang gao, pyramidal tip, without hook to attach canopy, bronze, 70x11.5mm, crack at tip, crusty $25.00

322 9199 CHINA, HAN Dynasty, circa 200 BC-200 AD, parasol spoke cap chang gao, knob end, bronze, 25x8mm, 2.86g, aVF $16.00

319 1036 CHINA, HAN?, circa 200 BC - 200 AD, part of a fibula?, the rounded part with a latch, bronze, 74x45mm, 16.36g, looks kind of Roman actually, F $25.00

319 1037 CHINA, HAN?, circa 200 BC - 200 AD, nail?, square head tapering to a flat point, iron, 104x13mm, 29.86g, or maybe its a chisel, F $20.00

230 7157 CHINA, HAN Dynasty?, circa 200 BC - 200 AD, yuigao hook, right angle flange for mounting, bronze, 110mm wide, VF $52.00

297 9003 CHINA, HAN Dynasty?, circa 200 BC - 200 AD, yuigao hook, crude quarter circle hook on tapered shaft, stubby flange in opposite direction, bronze, 82x132x9mm, 72.5g, crusty VF $131.00

297 9005 CHINA, HAN Dynasty?, circa 200 BC - 200 AD, hucha trident, long central tine flanked by 2 short tines, short tang, bronze, central tine 142mm, lateral tines 59mm, 55mm wide, 4mm thick, 42.3g, flexible metal makes me think probably modern fake cleaned VF $35.00

295 9500 CHINA, Shaanxi, brick, c. 150 BC, round, with a tiger rampant L, flange for hanging on wall on back, white clay with black coat, 165mm diameter, ~35mm thick, some chipping on the hanging flange, also a tight and stable small edge crack, few minor edge chips, nice tiger, $350.00

277 8920 CHINA, HAN Dynasty, circa 200 BC - 200 AD, belthook, undecorated hook, basically a simple curved rod, bronze, 116x15x16mm, F $95.00

297 9007 CHINA, HAN Dynasty?, circa 200 BC-200 AD, cord joiner, round, mildly domed, bar on back, bronze, ~40mm, ~13g each, probably horse ornaments, light edge chips, F $80.00

297 9008 CHINA, HAN Dynasty?, circa 200 BC-200 AD, goshi button, round, mildly domed, birds & clouds design, bar on back, silvered bronze, 48mm, 16.3g, VF $80.00

237 7167 CHINA, HAN Dynasty, circa 200 BC - 200 AD, fanlung spindle whorl, holed crude hemisphere, flat surface has worn radial grooves, bronze, 26mm, 42.85g, VG $13.00

222 1526 CHINA, HAN?, circa 200 BC - 200 AD, cord joiner, tubular "Y" shape, white metal, 20x25x10mm, small casting hole, VF $16.00

318 1003 CHINA, HAN?, circa 200 BC - 200 AD, horse lead joiner, rectangular double tube, opening in middle, bronze, 35x28x12mm, 25.75g, b VF $25.00

245 9881 CHINA, HAN Dynasty?, circa 200 BC-200 AD, buttons, round, mildly domed, bar on back, bronze, ~31mm, probably horse ornaments, F 4 pcs, $36.00

320 4009 CHINA, HAN Dynasty?, circa 200 BC-200 AD, button, round, rim decorated with radiating incuse lines, mildly domed, bar on back, bronze, 33mm, 10.87g, probably horse ornament, sometimes called "shield money," F $24.00

318 1004 CHINA, HAN Dynasty?, circa 200 BC-200 AD, button lot, round, mildly domed, radial lines around edge, bar on back, bronze, 2 sizes: ~24mm & 15mm diameter, 25.98g total, 5 large, 10 small, & few fragments, 9 intact, others chipped, $55.00

245 8882 CHINA, HAN Dynasty?, circa 200 BC-200 AD, ornament, bug shaped with pierced wings, bronze, 43x21mm, uncertain purpose, back has been filed, F $18.00

318 1005 CHINA, HAN & later, circa 200 BC - 500 AD, furniture or coffin ornament, cruciform, arms are onion shaped, gold plated bronze, 60mm, 15.65g, 2 arm tips missing, VF $25.00

324 3004 CHINA, western regions, HAN period, circa 200 BC - 200 AD, arrowhead, triblade, socketed with pierced walls, bronze, 35x15mm, 5.42g, VF $22.00

101 2221 CHINA, HAN period, circa 200 BC - 200 AD, western regions, arrowhead, triblade, socketed with pierced walls, bronze, 20x10mm, aVF $24.00

101 2222 CHINA, HAN period, circa 200 BC - 200 AD, western regions, arrowhead, triblade, socketed with pierced walls, bronze, 24x9mm, chip, F $6.00

101 1222 CHINA, HAN period, circa 200 BC - 200 AD, western regions, arrowhead, triblade, socketed with pierced walls, bronze, 30x12mm, flaw, F $9.00

101 2223 CHINA, HAN period, circa 200 BC - 200 AD, western regions, arrowhead, triblade, socketed with pierced walls, bronze, 34x12mm, flaw, VF $13.00

101 2224 CHINA, HAN period, circa 200 BC - 200 AD, western regions, arrowhead, triblade, socketed, knees on blades toward base, looks Roman, bronze, 31x9mm, flaws, F $12.00

319 1040 CHINA, HAN, circa 200-100 BC, belthook, dragon shaped head, body is cylindrical rather than spatulate like the others, very thick silver inlay, silver inlaid bronze, 168x15mm, 128g, F $1,475.00

322 9200 CHINA, HAN Dynasty, 206 BC - 220 AD, or later, handle, ring shaped with trapezoidal loop, undecorated / pin stop on back, bronze, 35x49x2mm, pin stop 5mm tall, 17.38g, F $20.00

258 7193 CHINA, HAN-TANG?, circa 100 BC - 800 AD, flange, round, slightly conical, central hole, decorated as a flower, an iron thing was in the center, bronze, 51mm diameter, somewhat crusty F $22.00

245 8884 CHINA, late HAN-TANG Dynasty, circa 100-800 AD, belthook, duck's head hook, ridged body, bronze, 79x15mm, corroded, G $18.00

222 7140 CHINA, WESTERN “BARBARIANS”?, arrowhead, narrow blades, bronze, l) 24mm, VF $18.00

222 7141 CHINA, WESTERN “BARBARIANS”?, arrowhead, broad base, socket reduced to a ring, bronze, m) 31mm, VF $27.00

222 7142 CHINA, WESTERN “BARBARIANS”?, arrowhead, broad base, crude socket, bronze, n) 25mm, VF $21.00

320 4010 CHINA, WESTERN “BARBARIANS”?, circa 500-200 BC?, arrowhead, triblade with flat tang, bronze, 43x9mm, 5.41g, Yang Hong-nl resharpened, VF $25.00

280 8901 CHINA, c. 1000 BC - 400 AD, arrowhead, bronze, various types, partially or tentatively attributed, VG-F $10.00

280 8902 CHINA, c. 1000 BC - 400 AD, arrowhead, bronze, various types, partially or tentatively attributed, F-VF $20.00

280 8903 CHINA, c. 1000 BC - 400 AD, arrowhead, bronze, various types, partially or tentatively attributed, low grade, 10 pcs $30.00

280 8904 CHINA, c. 1000 BC - 400 AD, arrowhead, bronze, various types, partially or tentatively attributed, VG-VF 10 pcs $73.00

222 7129 CHINA, WESTERN “BARBARIANS”?, arrowhead, thin bladed triblade with flat tang, bronze, d) 54mm, Yang Hong-nl bent tip from impact, F $18.00

222 7130 CHINA, WESTERN “BARBARIANS”?, arrowhead, thin bladed triblade with flat tang, bronze, f) 47mm, Yang Hong-nl F $16.00

222 7131 CHINA, WESTERN “BARBARIANS”?, arrowhead, sharpened triblade, bronze, g) 40mm, F $15.00

320 4011 CHINA, WESTERN “BARBARIANS”?, arrowhead, socketed triblade, blades hollowed, bases notched, bronze, 33x11mm, 5.87g, well formed, VF $30.00

320 4012 CHINA, WESTERN “BARBARIANS”?, arrowhead, socketed triblade, leaf-shaped blades hollowed, bases notched, bronze, 28x9mm, 3.03g, F $21.00

320 4013 CHINA, WESTERN “BARBARIANS”?, arrowhead, socketed convex cone, bronze, 25x8mm, 3.22g, looks like a modern target point, have not encountered another in the ancient context, VF $40.00

247 1098 CHINA, TANG-SONG, circa 700-1200 AD, giant crossbow parts, the 3 moving parts of the normal crossbow mechanism, the box missing, possibly was made of wood, bronze, maximum length of longest piece is 103mm, total weight 293g, VF $155.00

247 1100 CHINA, TANG-SONG, circa 700-1200 AD, giant crossbow parts, bronze, longest piece 96mm, 306g, VF $145.00

322 9201 CHINA, TANG-SONG, circa 700-1200 AD, giant crossbow parts, 2 of the 3 moving parts of the normal crossbow mechanism, the box missing, possibly was made of wood, bronze, longest piece 96mm, 327g, VF $90.00

247 1101 CHINA, TANG-SONG, circa 700-1200 AD, giant crossbow parts, bronze, longest piece 95mm, 202g, VF $145.00

319 1049 CHINA, SONG-MING?, circa 1000-1500, bell lot, globular with slit in bottom, loop at top, pebble inside, one is bigger with square loop & linear decoration, bronze, big one is 19mm dia., 24mm tall, small ones are 16mm dia., 19mm tall, 14.14g, 7.5-8.5g, 4 pcs, VF $40.00

329 8121 CHINA, Xinjiang, arrowhead, tanged triblade, bronze, 13x63g, 8.49g, flaw in 1 blade, F $25.00

329 8122 CHINA, Xinjiang, arrowhead, tanged triblade, bronze, 13.5x56.5g, 7.73g, F $25.00

329 8123 CHINA, Xinjiang, arrowhead, socketed biblade with basal barbs, bronze, 17.5x37mm, 5.92g, flaw on one blade, aVF $13.00

329 8124 CHINA, Xinjiang, arrowhead, socketed biblade, bronze, 15x40mm, 7.63g, rounded tip, VF $18.00

329 8125 CHINA, Xinjiang, arrowhead, socketed triblade, basal barbs, 3 binding holes, bronze, 19x46g, 6.16g, small flaw on one blade, XF $25.00

329 8126 CHINA, Xinjiang, arrowhead, socketed triblade, basal barbs, 3 binding holes, bronze, 17x51mm, 7.03g, one barb missing, VF $13.00

329 8127 CHINA, Xinjiang, arrowhead, socketed triblade, basal barbs, 3 binding holes, bronze, 14x44mm, 6.39g, flaw on one blade, VF $17.00

329 8128 CHINA, Xinjiang, arrowhead, socketed triblade, basal barbs, 3 binding holes, bronze, 13x32mm, 5.21g, VF $22.00

329 8129 CHINA, Xinjiang, arrowhead, socketed triblade, flat base, 3 binding holes, bronze, 18x28mm, 4.58g, flaw, VF $16.00

329 8130 CHINA, Xinjiang, arrowhead, socketed triblade, slightly barbed base, 3 binding holes, bronze, 9x32mm, 3.77g, VF $22.00

329 8131 CHINA, Xinjiang, arrowhead, socketed triblade, slightly barbed base, 3 binding holes, bronze, 12x29mm, 3.77g, flaw, aVF $14.00

329 8132 CHINA, Xinjiang, arrowhead, socketed triblade, socket extending beyond slight barbs, 1 binding hole, bronze, 8x37mm, 2.32g, chips. VG $5.00

222 7132 CHINA, YUAN Dynasty, 1260-1368, arrowhead, thin triblade, notched bases, triple pierced socket, bronze, b) 45mm, nicked blade, VF $29.00

222 7133 CHINA, YUAN Dynasty, 1260-1368, arrowhead, thin triblade with triple pierced socket, bronze, d) 37mm, VF $18.00

222 7134 CHINA, YUAN Dynasty, 1260-1368, arrowhead, thin triblade with triple pierced socket, bronze, e) 36mm, VF $18.00

222 7135 CHINA, YUAN Dynasty, 1260-1368, arrowhead, thin triblade with triple pierced socket, bronze, g) 33mm, patina stripped, VF $18.00

222 7136 CHINA, YUAN Dynasty, 1260-1368, arrowhead, thin triblade with triple pierced socket, bronze, h) 30mm, VF $22.00

222 7138 CHINA, YUAN Dynasty, 1260-1368, arrowhead, thin triblade with triple pierced socket, bronze, j) 33mm, VF $18.00

222 7139 CHINA, YUAN Dynasty, 1260-1368, arrowhead, thin triblade, narrow blades, triple pierced socket, bronze, k) 30mm, tip bent from impact, VF $18.00

222 7143 CHINA, YUAN Dynasty, 1260-1368, arrowhead, broad, flat base, ring socket, bronze, o) 22mm, VF $18.00

322 9202 CHINA, late QING, 19th-20th c., decorative amulet, fat god seated facing / maker mark on rectangular soldered plaque, thin stamped silver, 16x20x8mm, 1.07g, sewn on children's hats for good luck & protection, crude, $22.00

322 9203 CHINA, late QING, 19th-20th c., decorative amulet, fat god seated facing / maker mark on rectanfular soldered plaque, thin stamped silver, 19x24x15mm, 1.8g, sewn on children's hats for good luck & protection, crude, $24.00

326 9002 CHINA, late QING, 19th-20th c., decorative amulet, fat god seated facing / maker mark on rectanfular soldered plaque, thin stamped silver, ~23x27x11mm, ~1.5-2.5g, sewn on children's hats for good luck & protection, XF $20.00

320 4015 CHINA, QING dynasty, bell pair, 18-19th c., corded decoration, brass, 10x16mm, 4.64g total, VF $14.00

285 1200 CHINA, late QING, circa 1800-1900, button, yinyang & trigrams / trigrams, loop in center back, 57mm diameter, G/F $28.00

285 9012 CHINA, 10-15th c., scale pan, scoop-shaped, bronze, 86x38x25mm, 38.2g, F $18.00

329 8133 CHINA, probably 19th c., sculpture, a fish with eyes, mouth, tail fins carved on both sides. concave outer wall, bone, 28x13mm, VF $20.00

329 8134 CHINA, probably 19th c., sculpture, a fish with eyes, mouth, tail fins carved on both sides. concave outer wall, bone, 63x13.5mm, one tailfin missing, VF $10.00

222 7124 CHINA, 19th c., opium pipe mouthpiece, bottle shaped, jade, 57x16mm, $26.00

222 7122 CHINA, 19th c., opium pipe mouthpiece, bottle shaped, jade, 56x15mm, $26.00

222 7123 CHINA, 19th c., opium pipe mouthpiece, bottle shaped, jade, 62x15mm, $26.00

285 1201 CHINA, QING, late 19th c.?, 1 tael weight, "shoe" shape with rounded central boss on top, Zujin (pure gold) stamped on bottom, brass, 30x17x20mm, 36.38g, F $56.00

285 1202 CHINA, unknown region, unknown period, ingot, hemispherical, on the flat face is a horse R, star(?) behind / on the round are marks that could be characters, lead, 25mm diameter, 15mm deep, 45g, odd, could be "genuine," I'll sell as creative art, VG $31.00

285 1203 CHINA, unknown region, unknown period, let's call it a hemispherical ingot, hemispherical, on the flat face is a horse R, head turned back / on the round are marks that could be characters, lead, 25mm diameter, 15mm deep, 39.8g, VG $31.00

2983 8142 CHINA, mirror, probably early 20th c., Back: 5 sons pass the exams, 4 children between, Front: smoothed, brass, silvering on front, 173mm, about 335g, too big for my scale, the artistry is quite crude, and for years I thought it was just a modern tourist thing of the 1930s or later. Now I look at the mirror side and its smooth with traces of silvering. Why would they pay attention to the front and not the back? I am now of the opinion that it is a genuine use object of impressively low quality. VF $150.00

216 7165 CHINA, tripod bowl, c. 1880-1920s, has lion heads topping the chain rings & lion paw feet with cast in "applique" of oversize Qian Long coins, Qian Long mark on bottom. No way is this an 18th c. piece! brass, 165mm dia., 160mm tall, Nice antique, VF $125.00

260 8917 CHINA, arrowheads, c. 1000 BC - 400 AD, bronze, various types, partially or tentatively attributed, low grade, $5.00

260 8918 CHINA, arrowheads, c. 1000 BC - 400 AD, bronze, various types, partially or tentatively attributed, VG-F $10.00

260 8920 CHINA, arrowheads, c. 1000 BC - 400 AD, bronze, various types, partially or tentatively attributed, low grade, 10 pcs $30.00

260 8921 CHINA, arrowheads, c. 1000 BC - 400 AD, bronze, various types, partially or tentatively attributed, VG-VF 10 pcs $73.00

287 5001 CHINA, mirror, 19th c., 4 figures, Wu Zi Deng Ke (5 sons pass civil service exam), bronze, 168mm, F $150.00

290 8893 CHINA, unknown period, I'd guess ~1600-1900, game token, floralia / similar, gray-black clay, 16-18mm, VG $2.00

290 8889 CHINA, unknown period, I'd guess ~1600-1900, game token, floralia / similar, gray-black clay, 16-18mm, 10 pcs, VG $10.00

290 8905 CHINA, unknown period, I'd guess ~1600-1900, game token, floralia / similar, brown clay, 16-18mm, aG $1.00

290 8906 CHINA, unknown period, I'd guess ~1600-1900, game token, floralia / similar, white clay, 16-18mm, dark spots, F $3.00

319 1054 CHINA, late QING or later, scraper, flat strip with eccentric expanded terminal blade, forged steel, 197x82x3mm, 100.35g, VF $15.00

296 8504 CHINA, cufflinks or similar, c. 1900, pair of big cat claws in silver settings decorated with goat faces on chains with 5-petal flower ends, claw elements are 31x27x10mm & 37x22x10mm, rosettes 28mm dia., chains 50mm, total weight the pair: 18.3g, VF $260.00

191 9212 COLOMBIA, TAIRONA Culture, circa 500-200 BC, beads, donut shape, agate, ~16mm, aaa-281 4 pieces, $36.00

191 9210 COLOMBIA, TAIRONA Culture, circa 500-200 BC, unfinished tube bead, . smooth cylinder, unpolished and undrilled, stone, ~15mm long or so aaa-280 $7.00

191 9211 COLOMBIA, TAIRONA Culture, circa 500-200 BC, unfinished tube bead, . smooth cylinder, unpolished and undrilled, ~25mm/+ aaa-280 $11.00

234 8910 COLOMBIA, c. 1400-1600, hachita, mushroom shape, raise edges on "stalk," copper, 171x144mm, 141.7g, choice VF $250.00

319 1055 COLOMBIA-ECUADOR, NARIÑO, pedestal bowl, c. 1200-1500 AD, geometric patterns, clay with black on red slip, bowl 163mm dia., base 115mm dia., 113mm tall, 2 chips out of base, one 60x10mm, other 15x7mm, $125.00

319 1056 COLOMBIA-ECUADOR, CARA, pedestal bowl, c. 1200-1500 AD, clay with red slip, bowl 150mm dia., base 77mm dia., 115mm tall, a 36x25mm chip & other minor chips out of bowl lip, only traces of slip remain, $65.00

319 1057 COLOMBIA-ECUADOR, CARA, pedestal bowl, c. 1200-1500 AD, clay with black slip, geometric pattern in bowl, bowl 166mm dia., base 69mm dia., 90mm tall, a 30x3mm chip out of rim of base, decoration is mostly gone $95.00

113 9303 CONGO, 19th c, bead, small, faceted, iron, $3.00

138 9304 CONGO, block of tukula wood, for making red paste, 50x35mm, 18g, amp-33 $7.00

223 9309 COSTA RICA, Chiriqui culture, circa 1000-1500 AD, rattle leg tripod bowl, the legs are shaped like sharks, unglazed as always, clay, traces of black paint on outside, 175mm (6.75") tall, 170mm (6.5") dia., half of 1 leg missing, small repair on lip, $200.00

185 9727 DENMARK, JUTLAND, Neolithic, circa 4000-2000 BC, blades flint, 111x24mm, aaa-169 $18.00

136 9824 DENMARK, SEELAND, Flinterup, Tricherbecher culture, c 2800 BC, scrapers, flint, 49x44mm, these people built the megaliths and dolmens, nice $33.00

161 9731 DENMARK, Ertebölle mesolithic culture, circa 5400-3900 BC, scrapers, flint, 50mm/+, these people built the megaliths and dolmens, aaa-103 have 7 nice looking @ $12.00

197 9907 ECUADOR, Carchi province, PURUHA-INCA, 13-15th c., nose ring, tumbaga (gold-copper-alloy), aaa-323 broken $200.00

197 9911 ECUADOR, Carchi province, PURUHA-INCA, 13-15th c., chisel, tumbaga (gold-copper-alloy), aaa-328 $475.00

230 8316 ECUADOR, Tungurahua-Chimborazo border region, PURUHA-INCA, 13-15th c., tupu (pin), used to be 2 spiral "eyes" at butt, but one is missing, copper, 298x20mm, aaa-398 bend in pin, wholesome metal, $90.00

230 9308 ECUADOR, Tungurahua-Chimborazo border region, PURUHA-INCA, 13-15th c., nose ring, thin, flat, oval ring with eccentric hole, copper, 51x43mm, aaa-395 slight chip on edge, VF $65.00

230 9310 ECUADOR, Tungurahua-Chimborazo border region, PURUHA-INCA, 13-15th c., nose ring, copper, b) 17x15x5mm, 4.4g, aaa-396 F $95.00

231 9530 ECUADOR, Tungurahua-Chimborazo border region, PURUHA-INCA, 13-15th c., lot of discs, all have 2 holes, some with medieval string, few dished, others flat, biggest decorated with punched dots, 37-54mm, tumbaga (gold-copper-alloy), 79.75g total, aaa-403 9 more or less chipped, 1 broken in pieces, 14 complete, very nice group overall, $900.00

231 9534 ECUADOR, Tungurahua-Chimborazo border region, PURUHA-INCA, 13-15th c., lot of plaques, 4x hemispheres ~14mm dia., 2x disks with central nipple 16mm, 2x disks 16mm, 17x roughly square 14-23mm, few decorated, 16x rectangles ~42x24mm, few fragments, a lab analysis gave ~14% gold, 41.04g total, aaa-407 42 pcs total + fragments, 13 are cracked or chipped, generally this is a splendid & impressive lot $1,000.00

187 9901 ECUADOR, PURUHA-INCA, 13-15th c., bracelet, slightly squared wire, copper, a) 85mm, 18g, $32.00

187 9902 ECUADOR, PURUHA-INCA, 13-15th c., bracelet, traces of incised design, copper, b) 80mm, 28g, $32.00

187 9900 ECUADOR, PURUHA-INCA, 13-15th c., pectoral, a flying condor, copper, 255mm wide, much nicer than other one, $140.00

187 9903 ECUADOR, PURUHA-INCA, 13-15th c., coiled wire rings, a) 3 coils copper, $50.00

197 9904 ECUADOR, PURUHA-INCA, 13-15th c., nose ring, copper, aaa-319 $1,100.00

217 9913 ECUADOR, HUANCAVILLA, Manteño culture, circa 1250-1550, hachita, ridged sides & butt, hole in middle, copper, 118x112mm overall, 40mm wide base, 65g, a consensus seems to be developing that these had a quasi-monetary use, small original split at blade edge, otherwise completely excellent, $220.00

111 2244 ETHIOPIA, text box early 20th c., cross in circle pattern, silvered base metal, 52x60mm, 10.8g, $35.00

326 9004 EUROPE, ring, unknown period but Bronze Age, round "gem" with 4 sets of 3 lines arranged as an "X," oval, bronze, 20mm dia., gem 10x12mm, 2.33g, seller: "I think its from Cyprus," VF $25.00

326 9005 EUROPE, ring, unknown period but Bronze Age, square "gem" with incised "X" of double lines in double lined border, corded decoration on near portions of band, "buckle" in back, oval, bronze, 22mm dia., gem 10mm, 5.7g, seller: "I think its from Cyprus," VF $30.00

319 1061 FIJI, tambua, old grafitti: NVIMA (?) on one side, MAI on other, sperm whale tooth with string, 165x74x32mm with ~830mm braided fiber cord attached with nylon twine, the tooth is pre-World War II, the cord & string are 1960s, when it was purchased, $950.00

319 1062 FIJI, tambua, sperm whale tooth with string, 138x62x22mm with ~860mm braided fiber cord attached, $850.00

256 3355 FRANCE, Le Grand Pressigny area, Font Maure, Mousterian, 80000-40000 BC, flake tool, jasper, $75.00

184 10654 GERMANY, BAVARIA, CELTS, late 2nd c. BC, ritual knife, iron, 245x115mm, will send my writeup why these are thought to be ritual knives rather than sickles, $200.00

87 12107 GHANA, weight, brass, $2.00

128 12108 GHANA, so called "slave bracelet, " 18th c., incised designs, copper, 90mm diameter, 1120g, Scarce. $110.00

168 12109 GHANA, ASHANTI, scraper, flint, VF $10.00

180 14023 INDONESIA, JAVA, ring, c. 1600 AD?, cabachon shape, cast bronze, 17mm, 4.5g, aaa-146 F $12.00

180 14024 INDONESIA, JAVA, ring, c. 1700 or later?, tapered ends arranged in a triple coil, brass wire, 24mm, 9.8g, aaa-146 VF $13.00

180 14025 INDONESIA, JAVA, ring, c. 1899 or later?, floral motif & ring brazed together, cast brass, 30mm, 12.3g, aaa-146 crude VF $13.00

180 14026 INDONESIA, JAVA, ring, date?, lot of 7 rings of twisted wire. On most of them the wire is bent into a symmetrical design. One of them is quite fine. 4 brass, 3 bronze, 14-25mm, .6-4.4g, aaa-146 $86.50

280 9905 INDONESIA, JAVA, picture book, 19th c., written on thin wood slats, each with elaborate picture on other side, of course I don't know what its about, 7 pages, bamboo covers, 234x32mm (9.125x1.125"), VF $135.00

205 4116 INDONESIA, JAVA, beads, c. 100-1500 AD, Indo-Pacific type, brick red, glass, 50cm string, apx. 2-5mm long, apx. 500 beads, $22.00

205 4118 INDONESIA, JAVA, beads, c. 100-1500 AD, Indo-Pacific type, green, glass, 50cm string, apx. 2-5mm long, apx. 500 beads, $32.00

205 4119 INDONESIA, JAVA, beads, c. 100-1500 AD, Indo-Pacific type, black, glass, 50cm string, apx. 2-5mm long, apx. 500 beads, $32.00

205 4120 INDONESIA, JAVA, beads, c. 100-1500 AD, Indo-Pacific type, light & dark blue, glass, 50cm string, apx. 2-5mm long, apx. 500 beads, $45.00

186 14030 INDONESIA, EAST JAVA or MADURA, kris, steel blade has a less impressive water pattern, beaded drass ferrule, decorated handle may be a replacement, old scabbard has nice grain pattern, brass sheath has a nice foliar pieced work applique, "tilam mupim," few dents in scabbard sheath, blade is slightly crude, small crack in handle $250.00

2988 9876 IRAN, LURISTAN, axe-adze, c. 2000-500 BC, front blade is vertical, back blade is horizontal, short shaft with bull's eye decoration, bronze, 154x53x55mm, 534g, excellent VF $800.00

247 1876 IRAN-SYRIA, LURISTAN, short sword, c. 1300-1000 BC, leaf-shaped blade, hooked tang hilt, bronze, 472x43mm, choice VF $750.00

247 8987 IRAN-SYRIA, LURISTAN, war axe, c. 1300-1000 BC, has shield hook on bottom of blade and helmet piercing fork at butt, bronze, 217x63mm (~8.75x2.5"), 343g, superb, $950.00

270 1001 IRAQ, BABYLONIAN, ca. 3200 BC, bead string, black & white tubes, steatite & shell, ~4mm diameter, 2-4mm long, the string is ~540mm (22"), I remember when these came on the market in the '70s, beads are ancient, who knows where they're from. $39.00

303 2007 ISRAEL, ROMAN-BYZANTINE, circa 50 BC-500 AD, sherd, base of a bottle, sort of teardrop shaped, transparent blue-green with nice irridescence, glass, 53x40mm, 2/3 of edge smoothed for jewelry, the rest broken $22.00

190 14904 IVORY COAST, Senufo, early 20th c., figurine, has helmeted male head, holds a spear, breasts, no genitals. Spirit world hermaphrodite warrior?, brass, 108mm (4.25 inches) tall, $96.00

324 3011 KENYA cowries, 1980s, cypraea annulis & moneta species, some with filed backs or pierced, 10 pcs, XF-Unc $5.00

285 1204 KENYA bead lot, 1950s, 4mm & 6mm red, 4 & 6mm white, 4mm blue & 14mm spiral blue donut, glass, ex-Dillingham, his notes: called ushonga & pound beads, little red called samisami, big red dammu yamma yangu (my mother's blood, small white nsambia, big white maziwa (milk), small blue mtinorok, good old days stuff, $31.00

325 7202 KOREA, mirror, 18th c.?, flowers & birds, 117mm, 127.3g, F $90.00

325 7203 KOREA, mirror, 19th c.?, no design on back, square, 63mm, 39.41g, crusty, VF $35.00

190 15632 LEBANON, BEKA'A Persian, fibula, c. 700-400 BC, elbow type, bronze, 40mm, aaa-271 no pin, $15.00

190 15633 LEBANON, BEKA'A Persian, fibula, c. 700-400 BC, elbow type, bronze, 46-50mm, aaa-271 no pin, $21.00

206 15656 LIBERIA kissie penny 18-19th c., iron, $9.00

137 5657 LIBERIA cowrie, cypraea moneta, VF $1.00

137 5658 LIBERIA cowrie, cypraea moneta, holed, VF $2.00

234 8813 LIBERIA, kissie penny 18-19th c., elongated & attentuated "hoe" with a "T" shaped "handle" & flat rudimentary "blade," shaft is twisted, iron, ~250mm (10") $9.00

234 9914 LIBERIA, kissie penny 18-19th c., elongated & attentuated "hoe" with a "T" shaped "handle" & flat rudimentary "blade," shaft is twisted, iron, ~300mm (~13") $16.00

234 9915 LIBERIA, kissie penny 18-19th c., elongated & attentuated "hoe" with a "T" shaped "handle" & flat rudimentary "blade," shaft is twisted, iron, ~380mm (~15") $21.00

234 8816 LIBERIA, kissie penny 18-19th c., elongated & attentuated "hoe" with a "T" shaped "handle" & flat rudimentary "blade," shaft is twisted, iron, ~410mm (~16") $24.00

234 9917 LIBERIA, kissie penny 18-19th c., elongated & attentuated "hoe" with a "T" shaped "handle" & flat rudimentary "blade," shaft is twisted, iron, lot with 1 end missing, 180-440mm (7-17"), 19 pcs, $29.00

176 15658 LIBERIA, kissie penny 18-19th c., $8.00

184 15667 LIBYA, Erg Ubari, Acheulian, circa 500,000-200,000 BC, handaxe, c) lanceolate thick biface, stone, 145x70mm, $120.00

184 15671 LIBYA, Erg Ubari, Acheulian, circa 500,000-200,000 BC, handaxe, g) cordiform bifacial handaxe, somewhat elongated, stone, 160x110mm, $145.00

284 1211 MEXICO, OAXACA, Zapotec, incense burner cover, unknown period, probably after 13th c., shaped like about 2/3 of a mango with 2 keyholes & 2 tall recatngles cut in the wall, buff clay with traces of red slip, 58mm dia., 60mm tall, chipped at bottom, VG $35.00

284 1212 MEXICO, SAN LUIS POTOSI, lot of sherds, unknown period, probably after 13th c., some have patterns, some have glaze, clay, 20-70mm, 13 pcs $30.00

92 16076 MEXICO, milagro, leg, tin or tire balancer metal, amp-28 VF $3.00

175 16079 MEXICO, Chihuahua, Casas Grandes culture, 1250 and before, dart point, triangular, notched, d) 21x15mm, aaa-136 crude, $8.00

267 8728 MEXICO, from Tuxpan, Veracruz, Huastec?, circa 1000-1500 AD, figurine, human head, "coffee bean" eyes, earrings, tall hair, clay, 43x60x24mm, light chipping around edge, excellent face, $45.00

267 8729 MEXICO, from Tuxpan, Veracruz, but almost certainly an import, Mixtec?, circa 1300-1500, figurine, human head, "elaborate hair, big earrings, mould made, clay, 51x56x13mm, worn, $42.00

199 16080 MEXICO, GUERRERO, Iguala area, late Preclassic-Classic, circa 200-1000 AD, worked core, obsidian, a) 78x17mm, aaa-346 $35.00

199 16081 MEXICO, GUERRERO, Iguala area, late Preclassic-Classic, circa 200-1000 AD, worked core, obsidian, b) 59x14mm, aaa-347 $30.00

320 4017 MEXICO, Unknown location, unknown period, circa 1000 BC-1500 AD, prismatic blade, obsidian, 50x28mm, $30.00

131 16077 MEXICO, Cocoa beans, with descriptive card, $1.00

267 8725 MEXICO, from Uxmal, Yucatan, c. 200 BC - 1000 AD?, axe, smoothly conical, curved blade, ground stone, 142x70mm, blade blightly chipped from use, $155.00

267 8727 MEXICO, from general vicinity of Monte Alban, Oaxaca, Zapotec, circa 200-1000 AD, votive "blood cup," shallow bowl with stellate pattern inside, clay, 55mm dia., 15mm tall, light chipping at edge $95.00

267 8726 MEXICO, from general vicinity of Monte Alban, Oaxaca, Zapotec, circa 200-1000 AD, figurine, head of a tapir (?), clay, 38x51x18mm, fragment, possibly of a vessel, $70.00

267 8730 MEXICO, Nayarit, circa 1000-1300 AD?, olla, pinched neck, red slip with bands of black geometric decoration, clay, 110mm dia, 100mm tall, small missing piece & small repair on lip $180.00

267 8731 MEXICO, Nayarit, circa 1000-1300 AD?, bowl, red slip inside & out decorated with a band of diamonds, clay, 150mm dia., 58mm tall, 1 very small chip on inside of rim, otherwise nice $240.00

131 16083 MEXICO, milagro, woman kneeling L, man kneeling R, boy facing, girl facing, girl R, eyes, broken heart @ tin or tire balancer metal, $1.00

131 16084 MEXICO, milagro, collection of 15 dif tin or tire balancer metal, $19.00

322 9208 MICRONESIA, GUADALCANAL olivella shell, holed, ~8x10mm, I got these from Paul Dillingham !1978, he got them in the 60s, $1.00

192 16489 MICRONESIA, GUAM, Southern Coast, Chamorro, sherd, c. 1500 AD, bowl rim fragmen, red terracotta, 90x40mm, $21.00

321 7124 MICRONESIA, Western Caroline Islands, Palau-Yap area, adze, before 1960s, steel blade probably made from car leaf suspension spring, tied to naturally bent wooden handle with black rubber "string" from a tire inner tube, handle has a section of bark remaining, base is wound with additional rubber string, blade 135x42x2mm, handle 421mm long, 18mm diameter, acquired in Papua-New Guinea, $55.00

192 3232 NEW GUINEA, diwarra shells $1.00

85 16962 NEW GUINEA, Diwarra shells $1.00

328 4131 NIGER, from shores of Lake Chad, Neolithic, circa 6000-3000 BC, point, triangular, flat base, eccentric, flint, 14x21mm, excellent $9.00

328 4132 NIGER, from shores of Lake Chad, Neolithic, circa 6000-3000 BC, point, triangular, convex base, flint, 19x23mm, this is actually a multitool, excellent $31.00

328 4133 NIGER, from shores of Lake Chad, Neolithic, circa 6000-3000 BC, point, triangular, concave snapped base, flint, 16x31mm, excellent $13.00

328 4134 NIGER, from shores of Lake Chad, Neolithic, circa 6000-3000 BC, point, triangular, concave snapped base, basal barbs, flint, 17x26mm, superior work, excellent $26.00

267 8732 NIGER, from shores of Lake Chad, Neolithic, circa 6000-3000 BC, point, triangular lanceolate, flint, 22x15mm, 1 basal point is chipped $8.00

267 8733 NIGER, from shores of Lake Chad, Neolithic, circa 6000-3000 BC, point, elongated convex with contracted stem, flint, 35x10mm, $12.00

234 8719 NIGER, 17-18th c., 'popo" manilla, brass, ~80mm, 120g, according to Semans, this type was mostly made in Nantes, France, $13.00

329 8137 NIGERIA & West Africa in general, manilla, 18-early 19th c., small, oval footprint, brass, 50x57mm, 9mm dia. Body, 17x20mm footprint of flared end, 77.78g, Semans describes a similar piece as "unknown name" in his British section, Semans #971 VF $25.00

186 17077 NIGERIA, ONDO (southeast), Calaba, circa 1900-1940s, knife, angled blade, used in ceremony & bride price, blade is 60 degrees to handle which has iron ribbon wound at base, incised herringbone decoration, iron, a) handle 350mm, blade 250mm (14", 10"), $60.00

186 17080 NIGERIA, Plateau region, Ibo, 19-20th c., bell, iron, b) 180x95mm (7x3.75") $40.00

90 17081 NIGERIA, Eastern Region, bone tubular beads with incised lines, 20x9mm. bead, tubular with incised lines, bone, 20x9mm, $3.00

285 1208 NIGERIA, western region, "calabar rod" bracelet, 18-20th c., 4 coils of 5mm wire, 80mm diameter, copper, ~80mm diameter, ~225g, F-VF $30.00

285 1209 NIGERIA, western region, open ring bracelet, 18-20th c., undecorated oval, hemisphical cross section, cast then hammered, brass, 111x102mm diameter, 18mm wide, ~10mm thick, 359g, F $23.00

285 1210 NIGERIA, western region, open ring bracelet, 18-20th c., round, triangular cross section, elaborate incised decorations, brass, 78mm diameter, 19mm wide, 15mm thick, 223g, aVF $36.00

288 8105 NIGERIA, western region, open ring bracelet, 18-20th c., round, triangular cross section, elaborate incised decorations, brass, 77mm o.d., 47mm i.d., 16mm max. thickness, 186g, aVF $36.00

285 1211 NIGERIA, western region, closed ring bracelet, 18-20th c., round, 9 strands of squarish 4mm wire twisted into a rope, ends sloppily joined with a "bandage," copper, 108mm diameter, 18mm wide, 18mm thick, 322g, aVF $36.00

329 8138 NIGERIA, western region, closed ring bracelet, 18-20th c., round, twisted cord pattern, flat end of the rod drilled & riveted together, brass, 79mm dia., 9mm cross section, 93.28g, aVF $40.00

329 8141 NIGERIA, western region, decorated manilla type bracelet, 18-20th c., flared ends, relief basketry motifs, 4 small knobs on body, brass, 67mm dia., 10mm cross section, 119.7g, nice XF $45.00

330 1215 NIGERIA, western region, decorated manilla type bracelet, 18-20th c., flared ends, relief basketry motifs, 6 small knobs on body, brass, 84mm dia., 10mm cross section, 143.4g, nice XF $45.00

330 1217 NIGERIA, western region, decorated manilla type bracelet, 18-20th c., flared ends, relief basketry motifs, 4 flat knobs on body, brass, 93mm dia., 10mm cross section, 157.9g, nice XF $45.00

288 8109 NIGERIA, western region, bracelet, plain round rod bent in circle, open end, copper, 96mm o.d., 71mm i.d., 9mm thick, 355.8g, $24.00

288 8110 NIGERIA, western region, bracelet, flat top & bottom for stacking, round inside & out, 6 sections of lateral incisions, open end, brass, 87mm o.d., 72mm i.d., 8mm thick, 123.4g, VF $24.00

329 8142 NIGERIA, HAUSA, 18th c. bracelet, open ring, semicircular contour sharpened to a ridge, incised decoration of lines & bull's eyes, copper, 72mm dia., 23x15mm cross section, 316g, F $30.00

192 17082 NIGERIA, unknown region - prob. northern, bracelet, c. 10-16th c., copper, 7mm thick, 68mm dia., $18.00

192 17083 NIGERIA, unknown region - prob. northern, bracelet, c. 10-16th c., copper, 9mm cross section, 82mm dia., $40.00

329 8143 NIGERIA, HAUSA, 18th c. bracelet, open ring, semicircular contour sharpened to a ridge, incised decoration of lines & bull's eyes, brass, 78mm dia., 19x14mm cross section, 313.1g, F $30.00

199 17086 NIGERIA, Northern Hausa region, circa 18-early 20th c., cigar holder on stand, brass, $29.00

206 17087 NIGERIA, E. Fulani area, 18th c., rod bracelet, brass, 72mm, ~100g, $21.00

210 8517 NIGERIA, Gworzo (northeast region), "purrpurr," imitation trowel, 18-19th c., iron, ~200mm long, $35.00

234 9820 NIGERIA, Eastern Fulani, 16-19th c., "losol," iron, approx. 350-400mm, These miscellaneously named "losol," "sasoreng," "tajere," or "saka." Made by Batta and Mumuye peoples, who were subject to the Fulani, northeastern Nigeria. Quiggin plate 1 #6 $35.00

131 17091 NIGERIA, Southeastern region, 19th c, anyun, looks like squashed tack, iron, 15mm, Quiggin p.88, $7.00

309 9991 NIGERIA, SE region, manilla, 19th c., called "abi" or "nkombo" type, brass, 54x59x7mm, 71.95g, very rare, $50.00

221 2233 NIGERIA, eastern region, Fulani, manilla, 18-early 19th c., nkobnkob type, 72mm, ~100g, $21.00

208 17118 NIGER-MALI, Neolithic, c 8000-2000 BC, axe, chipped with ground & polished edge, flint, c) 96x50mm, $65.00

208 17119 NIGER-MALI, Neolithic, c 8000-2000 BC, axe, chipped, no polishing, flint, d) 93x44mm, $65.00

208 17120 NIGER-MALI, Neolithic, c 8000-2000 BC, axe, chipped, leaf shape, flint, 90x37mm, $48.00

294 9305 PAKISTAN, NORTHWEST FRONTIER, Neolithic-early Bronze Age?, circa 5000-1000 BC, bead, shaped like a canine tooth, dark brown, I can't tell whether its stone or clay, I think stone, I think very old, 18x12x8mm, 2.25g, intact $130.00

294 9306 PAKISTAN, NORTHWEST FRONTIER, Neolithic-early Bronze Age?, circa 5000-1000 BC, bead, impressionistically shaped like a recumbent lion, gray soapstone, 21x14x10mm, 2.25g, intact $62.00

294 9307 PAKISTAN, NORTHWEST FRONTIER, Neolithic-early Bronze Age?, circa 5000-1000 BC, bead, shaped like a duck with a boss on its bill, what's the name of that bird? Or maybe it's a crouching rodent. buff-tan stone, 19x11x5mm, 1.9g, a bit worn here & there, F $55.00

295 9502 PAKISTAN, NORTHWEST FRONTIER, Neolithic-early Bronze Age?, circa 5000-1000 BC, bead, shaped like a magic tooth wrapped with ritual string, carved bone, 33x7x7mm, 3.7g, looks like the tip was chewed a bit, but this thing is so evocative of most ancient magic, hey you gamers, you know, actually, this is real. $400.00

320 4018 PAKISTAN, NORTHWEST FRONTIER, Neolithic-early Bronze Age?, circa 5000-1000 BC, bead lot, shaped like canine teeth or wrapped adze heads, rectangular contour, double drilled, carved black stone, 42x8x7mm, 42x9x6mm, 38x7x6mm, 3 pcs, small chip at base of small one, overall VF+ $65.00

295 9503 PAKISTAN, NORTHWEST FRONTIER, Neolithic-early Bronze Age?, circa 5000-1000 BC, bead, shaped like a soft diamond, carved soft reddish tan stone, double drilled, 22x19x6mm, 4.1g, intact, $55.00

297 9011 PAKISTAN, NORTHWEST FRONTIER, Neolithic-early Bronze Age?, circa 5000-1000 BC, bead, mouse head shape, instead of a hole there is an open-sided tube in back as if the hole broke during drilling, then the edge of the tube was smoothed, carved dark gray soapstone, 12x16x2mm, 2.7g, VF $37.00

299 7264 PAKISTAN, NORTHWEST FRONTIER, Neolithic-early Bronze Age?, circa 5000-1000 BC, beads, flat rounds, carved shell, 8-10x1mm, shell usually imported from Bal0chistan back then, 17 pcs, nice $75.00

294 9310 PAKISTAN, NORTHWEST FRONTIER, Neolithic-early Bronze Age?, circa 5000-1000 BC, seal, round face has a bunch of straight lines perhaps arranged as an altar, handle is perhaps a bird head, , cream colored stone, 13x13x8mm, 1.7g, crude, F $125.00

299 7265 PAKISTAN, NORTHWEST FRONTIER, bronze age - early medieval, circa 1000 BC - 1000 AD, beads, mostly fat donuts, brick red glass, 10-13x5-10mm, 9 pcs , nice $55.00

298 6405 PAKISTAN, NORTHWEST FRONTIER, NEOLITHIC-BAKTRIAN, bead, c. 3000-1000 BC?, tooth shaped, soapstone, 12x17x6mm, 1.9g, intact, VF $25.00

329 8145 PAKISTAN, from Balochistan, INDUS, circa 1800-1000 BC, figurine, head & forelegs of a humped bull, clay, 57x52x30mm, horns & most of front legs missing too, crude, VG $16.00

326 3260 PAKISTAN, INDUS, circa 1800-1000 BC, cup, clay, black paint, 80x61mm, completely choice, $165.00

271 8910 PAKISTAN, INDUS, circa 2000-1000 BC, figurine, head of a dog, clay, 45x25x42mm, chipped snout, $25.00

224 17426 PAKISTAN, from Udigram, INDUS, circa 1800-1000 BC, figurine, head of a ram, has a yoke or rope around neck, snout pierced for a cord, clay, 58x40x62mm, perhaps this was a wheeled toy?, horns broken, VF $30.00

271 9809 PAKISTAN, INDUS, circa 2000-1000 BC, sculptural fragment, head and neck of a camel, holed through snout for a string, clay, 50x22x32mm, maybe it was a wheeled toy?, one eye chipped, $36.00

2983 8143 PAKISTAN, INDUS and successors, circa 1800-1000 BC, whistle, in shape of a bird with a crest and eyes, clay with reddish slip, 53x45x21mm, it still works, VF $100.00

2983 8144 PAKISTAN, INDUS, circa 1800-1000 BC, whistle, in shape of a bird with a crest on a pedestal, clay with brown slip, 69x65x21mm, it still works, VG $65.00

321 7129 PAKISTAN, Balochistan, INDUS, circa 1800-1000 BC, ring, tall conoid with shallow depression to hold a gem, corded decoration around base, bronze, 19mm i.d., "gem" collar is 15mm o.d. and 8mm tall, band is 10-11mm wide, 10.21g, VF $85.00

259 5529 PAKISTAN, from Sind, INDUS, circa 3000-1000 BC, split ring, silver plated bronze, 17mm o.d., 7mm i/d/, 2mm wide, $24.00

182 17267 PAKISTAN, INDUS, circa 1800-1000 BC, part of a bracelet, incised lines for decoration, shell, 38x7mm, heavily calcined, $3.00

207 7269 PAKISTAN, from near Mohenjo Daro, INDUS, circa 1800-1000 BC, beads, ridged like a pumpkin, greenish steatite, d) ~10x8mm, PIB3d lot of 4, $20.00

215 17303 PAKISTAN, INDUS, circa 1800-1000 BC, bead necklace, c) stone tubes (18), small stone balls & cylinders (3), glass ball, small carnelian balls (2), medium stone balls & cylinders (4), terra cotta donuts (2), & beautiful 18mm cream stone ball, & 4x modern brass spacers, 46cm long, $135.00

215 7306 PAKISTAN, INDUS, circa 1800-1000 BC, bead, cylindrical, gray stone, 36x24mm, 36g, PI6 hypothesized as a net weight, intact $55.00

215 17307 PAKISTAN, INDUS, circa 1800-1000 BC, bead, phallic, gray stone, 42x30mm, 58.2g, PI5 hypothesized as a weight, intact $120.00

229 17460 PAKISTAN, from Balochistan, INDUS, circa 2000-1000 BC, cultivating fork, 3 curved tines 80mm long, 94mm tang, bronze, crusty, F $65.00

238 7559 PAKISTAN, from Balochistan, INDUS, circa 2000-1000 BC, nose ring, round with flared expansion in middle, bronze, 15x17x8mm, F $85.00

238 7560 PAKISTAN, from Balochistan, INDUS, circa 2000-1000 BC, nose ring, oval with expansion in middle, bronze, 13x18x7mm, F $25.00

226 7436 PAKISTAN, INDUS-BAKTRIAN?, circa 1500-800 BC, arrowheads, tanged leaf shape, bronze, 65-70mm, crude, tip missing, F $7.00

226 17437 PAKISTAN, INDUS-BAKTRIAN?, circa 1500-800 BC, arrowheads, tanged leaf shape, bronze, 55-60mm, crude, light chips, $20.00

291 9005 PAKISTAN, Northwest Frontier, BAKTRIAN, circa 1000-300 BC, mace head, pomegranite or opium poppy shape on what to me is an improbably narrow lipped socket, bronze, 142x100mm, 977g, nicely preserved, F $400.00

291 8156 PAKISTAN, from Bajawar, BAKTRIAN, circa 800-300 BC, short handled spear, leaf shaped blade on very stout handle, bronze, 329x39mm, badly chipped, some of the chips retained for repair, $100.00

260 7722 PAKISTAN, from NWFP, BAKTRIAN, circa 2000-500 BC, bead, diamond shaped, flat cross section, double drilled, carnelian, 20x24x6mm, several original surface flaws, overall choice, $53.00

278 7716 PAKISTAN, BAKTRIAN, circa 3000-500 BC, beads, 1 is a rectangular prism 24x9mm, others are globes, few donuts, carnelian, most ~6-8mm dia., nothing special, not bad, 70 pcs, $71.00

292 8104 PAKISTAN, Northwest Frontier Province, BAKTRIAN, circa 2000-500 BC, beads, various sizes & shapes, some faceted, mostly carnelian, few of other material, 5-17mm, 128 pcs, some chipped, most intact, $350.00

320 4019 PAKISTAN, Northwest Frontier Province, BAKTRIAN, circa 2000-500 BC, bead lot, one is tubular with slightly tapered ends & 3 incised lines around, three are rounded & flattened rectangular with "X" shaped incised decoration, double drilled holes, carnelian with white inlay, 14x4mm,9x7x4mm, 11x9x4mm, 12x11x4mm, 4 pieces, a 16mm tube with 5 lines got $61 on Ebay in March, all nice, $84.00

230 17491 PAKISTAN, from Bajawar, BAKTRIAN, circa 800-300 BC, spearhead, thick central ridges with incised "blood" grooves, split socket, ring at base, nail holes, bronze, 175x30mm, a bit rough but pretty nice, F $180.00

230 17492 PAKISTAN, from Bajawar, BAKTRIAN, circa 800-300 BC, spearhead, thick central ridges, split socket, nail holes, bronze, 230x22mm, nice F $200.00

231 17510 PAKISTAN, from Bajawar, NWFP, BAKTRIAN, circa 500-300 BC, spearhead, rudimentary blood grooves, thin wrapped socket, 1 ferrule, 2 nail holes, bronze, 165x27mm, split on socket wall, aVG $85.00

231 17511 PAKISTAN, from Bajawar, NWFP, BAKTRIAN, circa 800-500 BC, spearhead, thick, cast socket, bronze, 199x31mm, heavy patina, crust, chips, $45.00

238 17562 PAKISTAN, from Afghanistan, BAKTRIAN, circa 800-300 BC, spearhead, leaf shaped with split socket, bronze, 182x32mm, base of socket is corroded & chipped, blade is nice, hard dirt, F $40.00

224 17406 PAKISTAN, from Darel, Gilgit, BAKTRIAN, circa 800-500 BC, spearhead, leaf shaped head, bronze, 202mm long, chipped socket, repaired point, $65.00

269 9996 PAKISTAN, from NWFP, BAKTRIAN, circa 2000-1000 BC?, votive figure, female human wearing a diaphanous gown, spiked crown with tall apical cone, clay, 116x67mm, simple but rather nice, missing below knees otherwise intact, $75.00

229 7462 PAKISTAN, from Bajawar. Conus are marine shells from at least 500 miles away, BAKTRIAN, circa 1000-300 BC, rings, conus shell, 62-80mm dia., 11-38mm wide, Mostly nice, one is broken. I know I could sell these more easily one at a time, but they belong together $25.00

260 8833 PAKISTAN, from NWFP, BAKTRIAN, circa 1000-500 BC, bracelet, giant hollow ring with crenellated outer edge, bronze, ~120mm diameter, badly corroded & falling apart, with part of another one stuck to it, basically a big mess, $5.00

307 1201 PAKISTAN, BAKTRIAN?, circa 3000-500 BC, bracelet, kidney bean contour, snake head terminals, triangular cross section, bronze, 71x58x12mm, 55.51g, kidney bean contour seems only from NWFP-Gandhara, scholarly literature not found, my attributions are completely "poetic": someone told me, or the artwork reminds me of something, other websites seem to do this too, looks like Luristan, looks like Achaemenid. crude technique, very simple artwork reminicent of early Indus, nice hard green patina, F $155.00

330 1228 PAKISTAN, NORTHWEST FRONTIER, Taxila area, BAKTRIAN, figurine fragment, c. 1500-500 BC, head of a goat, clay, 61x53x27mm, $15.00

224 17397 PAKISTAN, from Darel, Gilgit, BAKTRIAN-GREEK, circa 800-100 BC, axe, bronze, 212x67mm, 388g, $150.00

227 17451 PAKISTAN, from Bajawar, BAKTRIAN-GREEK-SCYTHIAN, circa 400-100 BC?, war axe, a long, narrow, curved blade, flanged ring shank in middle, iron, 245x104mm, both tips of blade are broken, otherwise wholesome, $40.00

224 17404 PAKISTAN, from Bajawar, BAKTRIAN-GREEK, circa 450-300 BC, spearhead, nicely shaped, bits of rivet remain in socket, iron, 382mm long, 30mm wide at base of blade, rather excellent, $350.00

226 17432 PAKISTAN, from Bajawar, BAKTRIAN-GREEK, circa 500-300 BC, spearhead, forged wrapped socket, 5 retaining rings, hole for locking pin, bronze, 189x28mm, dent in socket, aVF $250.00

227 17444 PAKISTAN, from Bajawar, BAKTRIAN-GREEK-SCYTHIAN, circa 400-100 BC?, spearhead or dagger, narrow leaf shape with tang, this would be the only spearhead I've seen with a tang, so it's probably a dagger, iron, 337x28mm, corroded but whole, $190.00

221 17353 PAKISTAN, from Barikot (Bazera), Swat, BAKTRIAN-GREEK, circa 800-100 BC, dagger, leaf shaped blade on very short tang, bronze, 212x43mm, few small chips & dent on edges, otherwise excellent, VF $180.00

221 7368 PAKISTAN, from NWFP, "BAKTRIAN?," c. 1000-500 BC, seal ring, ibex running R in rectangle, thick ornamental bosses flank seal panel, bronze, 18mm i.d., cl F+ $145.00

291 9009 PAKISTAN, Northwest Frontier, GREEK or later?, circa 300 BC+, heavy knobby thing, they are macehead weight but shaped wrong, I am imagining that they are wheel retainers but that is probably incorrect, sort of onion shaped, bronze, iron shaft, 79mm tall, 49mm largest diameter, 602g, might be a mace head, F $75.00

222 17375 PAKISTAN, BAKTRIAN-GREEK, circa 450-300 BC, pin lot, variously shaped heads including a (rare) ram (broken shaft), & 2 bird jar tops, bronze, 25 pcs, 3 broken, the rest OK to rather nice, $125.00

226 7438 PAKISTAN, BAKTRIAN-GREEK, circa 400-100 BC?, arrowheads, socketed leaf shape, bronze, 54x13mm, crusty, $21.00

226 8428 PAKISTAN, BAKTRIAN-GREEK, circa 400-100 BC?, arrowheads, socketed leaf shape, bronze, 37x13mm, 5.77g, broken tip, F $9.00

226 8429 PAKISTAN, BAKTRIAN-GREEK, circa 400-100 BC?, arrowheads, socketed leaf shape, bronze, 47x12mm, 5.47g, VF $26.00

226 8430 PAKISTAN, BAKTRIAN-GREEK, circa 400-100 BC?, arrowheads, socketed leaf shape, nail hole in socket, bronze, 37x11mm, 4.65g, crusty, F $16.00

226 8431 PAKISTAN, BAKTRIAN-GREEK, circa 400-100 BC?, arrowheads, socketed leaf shape, nail hole in socket, bronze, 34x11mm, 3.64g, F $20.00

226 8432 PAKISTAN, BAKTRIAN-GREEK, circa 400-100 BC?, arrowheads, socketed leaf shape, nail hole in socket, bronze, 31x9mm, 3.53g, F $20.00

226 8433 PAKISTAN, BAKTRIAN-GREEK, circa 400-100 BC?, arrowheads, socketed leaf shape, nail hole in socket, bronze, 34x10mm, 4.05g, crusty VF $24.00

226 8434 PAKISTAN, BAKTRIAN-GREEK, circa 400-100 BC?, arrowheads, socketed leaf shape, nail hole in socket, bronze, 30x9mm, 2.96g, F $20.00

226 8435 PAKISTAN, BAKTRIAN-GREEK, circa 400-100 BC?, arrowheads, socketed leaf shape, very narrow blades, nail hole in socket, bronze, 31x9mm, 3.88g, aVF $23.00

226 8436 PAKISTAN, BAKTRIAN-GREEK, circa 400-100 BC?, arrowheads, socketed leaf shape, nail hole in socket, bronze, 26x9mm, 2.09g, VF $27.00

226 8437 PAKISTAN, BAKTRIAN-GREEK, circa 400-100 BC?, arrowheads, socketed leaf shape, nail hole in socket, bronze, 27x9mm, 3.23g, VF $27.00

226 17439 PAKISTAN, BAKTRIAN-GREEK, circa 400-100 BC?, arrowheads, socketed leaf shape, bronze, 42x14mm, hole in socket wall, crusty, $19.00

226 17440 PAKISTAN, BAKTRIAN-GREEK, circa 400-100 BC?, arrowheads, socketed, thick tip, 30-35mm, different styles, bronze, a bit crusty, $20.00

247 17590 PAKISTAN, Northwest Frontier, BAKTRIAN-GREEK, circa 500-300 BC, rings, c. 1000 BC - 500 AD, plain or simple design, bronze, $5.00

307 1202 PAKISTAN, BAKTRIAN?, circa 3000-500 BC, bracelet, closed kidney bean shape, flat edges for stacking, angular geometric decoration, yellow bronze, 72x56x6mm, 58.15g, the stackable ones seem to be relatively strong suggestions for use as currency, I have previously attributed this shape to Kushan-Sasanian, perhaps for vague applied art associations, now I think they're all older than that. The more of these I see the more I seem to think that they were not for wearing. some crust. some shiny black patina, VF $75.00

327 1230 PAKISTAN, from Northwest Frontier, BAKTRIAN?, circa 3000-500 BC, bracelet pair, incised decoration on rounded outside edge, sides are flat, bronze, 85-97mm diameter, not quite round, 97.16g, & 92.77g, this is a matched pair obviously made by the same person at the same time & thus extremely rare, patina is part rough, part smooth, overall very nice VF $175.00

280 7712 PAKISTAN, BAKTRIAN-KUSHAN, circa 1000 BC - 300 AD, ring, bronze, plain or simple design, G-VG $7.00

280 7713 PAKISTAN, BAKTRIAN-KUSHAN, circa 1000 BC - 300 AD, ring, bronze, plain or simple design, F/+ $10.00

280 7714 PAKISTAN, BAKTRIAN-ISLAMIC, circa 1000 BC - 1300 AD, ring, bronze, somewhat better, decorations, etc. F/+ $15.00

278 7626 PAKISTAN, BAKTRIAN-ISLAMIC, circa 1000 BC - 1300 AD, ring, bronze, somewhat better, decorations, etc. F/+ $15.00

221 17370 PAKISTAN, NWF, GREEK, circa 300-100 BC, seal, rectangular, 4 loops on back, finely carved winged figure, naked but for helmet, holding a wreath, adv. R, bronze, 16x13mm, VF $180.00

221 17355 PAKISTAN, from Barikot (Bazera), Swat, PERSIAN-GREEK, circa 500-100 BC, dagger, thin blade, attached handle is moulded for holding, has a pommel, bit of decoration, a stabbing weapon, bronze, 240x22mm, a bit crude, bit of point missing, F $175.00

112 6131 PAKISTAN, from Bajawar, GREEK, circa 300-100 BC, spearhead, head has rhomboid cross section & 45 degree angles at base, iron, 260mm of which 156mm is socket, significant chips on blades & minor chip at base of socket, $145.00

250 7628 PAKISTAN, NWFP, Barikot, GREEK, circa 300-100 BC, figurine, horse head with halter, clay, 45x28x39mm, ears missing, $28.00

250 8631 PAKISTAN, from Nal, NWFP, GREEK, circa 300-100 BC, fragment of a plaque, female head with giant earrings facing, clay, 46x44x22mm, a bit rough $45.00

218 17336 PAKISTAN, from Matiltan, Swat, GREEK, circa 250-150 BC, string of carved crescents, some with simple incised decorations, shell, 20-65mm long, to 218 14 pcs, F $63.00

218 17338 PAKISTAN, GREEK, circa 250-150 BC, carved rings, most with incised decoration, shell, 15-25mm, F $12.00

218 17339 PAKISTAN, GREEK, circa 250-150 BC, carved rings, shell, 5 pcs $35.00

223 17376 PAKISTAN, from Barikot, GREEK, circa 300-100 BC, axe, hole for shaft, probably votive, iron, 50x28mm, 30.8g, F $75.00

219 17349 PAKISTAN, from Udigram, GREEK?, door latch, with horsehead finial, bronze, 58x33mm, corroded, G $10.00

221 17358 PAKISTAN, GREEK, circa 300-100 BC, spearhead, head has rhomboid cross section & scooped base, iron, 330mm of which 235mm is socket, moderate chips on blade, minor chip at base of socket, $245.00

223 7377 PAKISTAN, from Bajawar, GREEK, circa 300-100 BC, spear butt, solid tetrahedral point, iron, 128mm long, 18mm diameter at base of socket, pretty much intact, $150.00

223 17378 PAKISTAN, GREEK, circa 300-100 BC, spear head iron, $250.00

291 9006 PAKISTAN, Northwest Frontier, GREEK or later?, circa 300 BC+, heavy knobby thing, macehead weight but shaped wrong, I am imagining that it is a wheel retainer but that is probably incorrect, sort of onion shaped, bronze, iron shaft, 70mm tall, 44mm widest diameter, 419.7g, might be a mace head, F $75.00

223 17379 PAKISTAN, from Barikot, GREEK, circa 300 BC-10 AD, sickle, handle would be attached with a rivetted sleeve, iron, 218mm long, intact, $120.00

223 17380 PAKISTAN, from Udigram, GREEK, circa 300 BC-10 AD, specialty blade, blade is longitudinally concave to the right as if for scraping, loop end handle, iron, 350mm long, 30mm wide at base of blade, excellent $95.00

223 17382 PAKISTAN, from Udigram, GREEK, circa 300 BC-10 AD, blade, blade is straight & flat, slightly domed to the right, expanded toward tip, iron, 216mm long, tip missing, $45.00

224 17417 PAKISTAN, from Darel, Gilgit, GREEK, circa 300-100 BC, pectoral, crescent shaped, bronze, 108x110mm, one loop broken & anciently repaired with a riveted copper strip, $25.00

224 17398 PAKISTAN, from Shingardar, Swat, GREEK?, circa 300-100 BC, axe, iron, 135x105mm, 443g, $100.00

231 7513 PAKISTAN, unknown location in NWFP, GREEK, circa 300-100 BC, ring handle for a box or somesuch, flattened cross section, decorated at distal end with 4 buds, bronze, 33mm od, 20mm id, one bud missing, F $15.00

231 17515 PAKISTAN, from Darel, Gilgit, GREEK, circa 300-100 BC, razor, bronze, 82x12mm, F $12.00

231 17516 PAKISTAN, from Darel, Gilgit, GREEK, circa 300-100 BC, razor, bronze, 58x6mm, F $12.00

231 17517 PAKISTAN, from Darel, Gilgit, GREEK, circa 300-100 BC, razor, bronze, 86x14mm, VF $16.00

231 7518 PAKISTAN, from Darel, Gilgit, GREEK, circa 300-100 BC, razor, bronze, 81x15mm, VG $9.00

248 17597 PAKISTAN, from Darel, Gilgit, GREEK, circa 300-100 BC, axe, flared primary blade, bulbous butt, oblong central hole for shaft, bronze, 126x31mm, chipped blade, otherwise VG $30.00

322 9209 PAKISTAN, from Gilgit, GREEK, circa 300-100 BC, ear or clothing stud, b) cufflink shape, round flat show, round base, bronze, 16mm dia., 17mm tall, 7.46g, F $15.00

322 9210 PAKISTAN, from Gilgit, GREEK, circa 300-100 BC, ear stud, c) cufflink shape, round conical show, round base, bronze, 18mm dia., 16mm tall, 5.97g, F $15.00

322 9211 PAKISTAN, from Gilgit, GREEK, circa 300-100 BC, ear stud, d) cufflink shape, round conical show, round base, bronze, 21mm dia., 20mm tall, 11.01g, F $15.00

292 8107 PAKISTAN, Northwest Frontier Province, GREEK-SCYTHIAN, circa 400 BC -100 AD, spearhead, leaf shape blade with thick squared central spine, iron, 27x122mm, F $150.00

292 8108 PAKISTAN, Northwest Frontier Province, GREEK-SCYTHIAN, circa 400 BC -100 AD, spearhead, leaf shape blade with thick squared & flared base, wrapped shaft, iron, 33x294mm, lightly chipped blades, VG $100.00

221 17367 PAKISTAN, from Bahrain-Swat, NWF, GREEK-SCYTHIAN, circa 300-100 BC, buckle, 2 mouselike animals kissing, bronze, 37x31mm, 18g, F $45.00

230 17494 PAKISTAN, from Barikot, GREEK-SCYTHIAN, circa 300-100 BC, palette, decorated with a griffin recumbent L, lotus crudely incised on back, schist, 126mm diameter, edge chips, one serious, F $150.00

288 8115 PAKISTAN, unknown location in NWFP, GREEK-SCYTHIAN, circa 300-100 BC, weight, incuse outlined X both sides, square, bronze, 17mm, 8.1g, same size & weight as a bronze 1/2 unit (Senior) or dichalkon (Mitchiner), hard lumps of patina, F $35.00

292 8109 PAKISTAN, Northwest Frontier Province, GREEK-SCYTHIAN, circa 400 BC -100 AD, spearhead, iron, 350x35mm (~12.5x1.4"), split socket, cor, VG $80.00

962 17630 PAKISTAN, unknown location in NWFP, GREEK-SCYTHIAN-KUSHAN-SASANIAN, spearhead, thin biblade reinforced at base, wrapped socket, iron, 310x30mm (~12.25x1.25"), mushroomed at base of socket as if it had been used as a chisel, decent $62.00

124 6002 PAKISTAN, GREEK-KUSHAN, circa 100 BC - 300 AD, arrowhead, socketed trilobe, bronze, 24x8mm, F $20.00

212 17274 PAKISTAN, GREEK-KUSHAN, circa 300 BC-300 AD, seal, oval, Nike L, pair of loops on back for fastening to handle, bronze, 12x14mm, bit of corrosion on face, one loop broken, F $10.00

214 17298 PAKISTAN, from NWFP, Gilgit, SCYTHIAN, circa 120 BC - 100 AD, horse ornament, round, cast openwork, 2 tabs in back for insertion into leather, design is a horse curled in a circle, fancy border around, formerly with inset beads, bronze, ~50mm dia, corroded surface, VG $110.00

221 7369 PAKISTAN, from NWFP, SCYTHIAN?, circa 100 BC-100 AD, or maybe its Shahi, seal, rectangular, lion L, 1 loop on back, bronze, 13x14mm, fair $15.00

224 17419 PAKISTAN, from Bajawar, SCYTHIAN, 150 BC-100 AD, bit, bronze, a) 152mm long, terminal rings ~34mm o.d., one terminal ring cracked, corroded, G $30.00

224 17420 PAKISTAN, from Bajawar, SCYTHIAN, 150 BC-100 AD, bit, bronze, c) 154mm long, terminal rings ~34mm o.d., one terminal ring cracked, corroded, G $30.00

304 4001 PAKISTAN, from Swat, SCYTHIAN, circa 150 BC - 100 AD, spear head, leaf shaped, solid base, wrapped socket, nail hole, iron, 260x30x19mm, 118.5g, chipped socket edge, otherwise nice $100.00

230 17496 PAKISTAN, from Nal, SCYTHIAN-HEPHTHALITE?, circa 100 BC - 500 AD, spearhead, leaf shaped, wrapped socket, thick, iron, 208x29mm, VG $90.00

244 7583 PAKISTAN, from NWFP, SCYTHIAN-KUSHAN, circa 100 BC-150 AD, seal ring, Herakles facing in wreath, bronze, 15mm i.d. with 13x14mm oval face, crust spot, F $45.00

250 8835 PAKISTAN, from Swat region, NWFP, KUSHAN, circa 100-400 AD, beads, most round or tubular, some tooth shaped, square, etc., few with simple decoration, shell (few alabaster), 3-15mm, 380mm (~15") string $35.00

215 17311 PAKISTAN, from Takhtabad, Buner district, KUSHAN, circa 100-400 AD, stemmed wine cup, heavy & nicely modelled, bronze, 46mm tall, 55mm diameter, 114g, some crust, otherwise intact & nice, $75.00

221 17360 PAKISTAN, from Udigram, Swat, NWF, supplier called it a "human head cutter" but that makes no sense. This could be post Kushan up to early Islamic, KUSHAN?, circa 50-300 AD?, pruning hook?, the inner edge was sharpened, back of blade is thick, tang is bent at right angle, there is a rivet attached to a plate that was bent to form a cowl to fasten the handle, iron, 223mm (~8.5") long, 376g, intact, $135.00

221 7361 PAKISTAN, from Buner, NWF, KUSHAN?, circa 50-300 AD, khanjar, thin, flat broad blade with rounded tip, 92mm tang or handle, supplier insists that this is a weapon, but seems rather flimsy & not likely to inflict damage. Perhaps a spatula for bread baking? Found nothing on the web of course. bronze, 231x62mm (~9x2.5"), 64.24g, corroded, bad nick in edge, VG $45.00

221 17363 PAKISTAN, from Buner, NWF, KUSHAN?, circa 50-300 AD, khanjar, thin, flat, broad blade, narrowing to a pointed tip, 60mm reinforced tang. Blade is thick & sturdy, definitely a weapon. bronze, 275x72mm (~10.8x2.75"), 203g, tip broken, corroded, $85.00

224 17407 PAKISTAN, unknown location KUSHAN?, khanjar, handle has triple curve for secure grip, bronze, 110mm blade, 190mm total, blade is 41mm at widest, small nick, intact $65.00

219 17340 PAKISTAN, from Tangir, Gilgit, KUSHAN, circa 50-400 AD, pin, flat square top, numerous bull's eyes for decoration on top and shaft, bronze, 19mm face, 110mm long, about 1/3 of top is missing, nice smooth surface, VF $16.00

219 17346 PAKISTAN, Tangir, Gilgit, KUSHAN, circa 50-400 AD, bracelet lot, oval, 1 has simple decoration, bronze, avg. 60mm o.d., not pairs, but matched for hard black surface, 4 pcs VF $59.00

219 17348 PAKISTAN, Darel, Gilgit, KUSHAN, circa 50-400 AD, bracelet, dots & lines decoration, brass, 68mm o.d., 64mm i.d., broken, worn, G $4.00

240 17574 PAKISTAN, from Northwest Frontier, KUSHAN, circa 100-300 AD, female head, elaborate curled hair & headdress, terra cotta, 45x40x24mm, nose worn, hair on top of head is gone, $43.00

247 17589 PAKISTAN, from NWFP, KUSHAN, circa 100-400 AD, razor lot, some with minor decoration on handles, bronze, 150-83mm long, 10 pcs, all with rough green patina, few have missing tips, 1 bent, the rest decent, $89.00

250 7608 PAKISTAN, from Barikot, NWFP, KUSHAN, circa 100-400 AD, fragment of a votive plaque, female head & upper torso facing holding wheat stalk, clay, 75x69x19mm, nice, $53.00

243 7578 PAKISTAN, NWF, KUSHAN?, circa 100-400 AD, seal, recumbent bull R, blank back, bronze, 21x10mm, some crust, F $40.00

260 7788 PAKISTAN, from NWFP, KUSHAN, circa 100-400 AD, wine cup, bronze, 55mm dia., 28mm tall, 24mm dia. pedestal, crusty & dirty, $43.00

237 17538 PAKISTAN, from Afghanistan, KUSHAN, bracelet, cut from sheet, incised floral decoration, bronze, 51x48mm dia, 14mm wide narrowing to rounded ends, 0.3mm thick, nice patina, $45.00

231 17505 PAKISTAN, from Shingardar, Swat, NWFP, KUSHAN, circa 200-400 AD, spearhead, wrapped socket with 2 nail holes, iron, 250x35mm, $200.00

231 7512 PAKISTAN, from Darel, Gilgit, NWFP, KUSHAN, circa 50-400 AD, bracelet pair, round cross section, linear incised decoration, bronze, 88mm od, 79mm id, patchy patina, F $65.00

237 7537 PAKISTAN, from Nangrial, Swat, KUSHAN, circa 100-300 AD, hand, was holding a flower, now gone, & was on the end of a rod of some kind, not an arm, bronze, 54mm long, 22mm wide, nice fragment, F $36.00

285 1205 PAKISTAN, from NWFP, KUSHAN, circa 100-400 AD, sculpture fragment, hand, fingers folded, thumb touching forefinger, bronze, 18x26x8mm, 12.4g, F $51.00

285 1207 PAKISTAN, from NWFP, KUSHAN, circa 100-400 AD, seal, square face, truncated pyramid topped by holed handle, bronze, 9mm face, 12mm tall, VG $25.00

330 1233 PAKISTAN, NORTHWEST FRONTIER, near Taxila, KUSHAN and later, circa 100-400 AD, sculptural fragment, a frond-like decorative element, gray clay, 60x49x24mm, F $10.00

330 1234 PAKISTAN, NORTHWEST FRONTIER, near Taxila, KUSHAN and later, circa 100-400 AD, sculptural fragment, a draped forearm & hand, schist, 64x38x33mm, fingers missing, VG $16.00

112 2334 PAKISTAN, from Udigram, KUSHAN-HEPHTHALITE-SHAHI, circa 400-1000 AD, sickle, cowled rivet and right angle tang, iron, 155mm long, 28mm blade near base, intact, $45.00

229 17473 PAKISTAN, KIDARITE-HEPHTHALITE, circa 400-600 AD, arrowhead, elongated chisel point, iron, 111x10mm, chisel points are associated with the Wei dynasty in the Chinese context, contemporary with the later Kushans, Yang Hong mentioning that the "tribes" were using them at that time, F $30.00

229 7474 PAKISTAN, KIDARITE-HEPHTHALITE, circa 400-600 AD, arrowhead, elongated chisel point, iron, 133x9mm, chisel points are associated with the Wei dynasty in the Chinese context, contemporary with the later Kushans, Yang Hong mentioning that the "tribes" were using them at that time, bent tang, F $40.00

229 17475 PAKISTAN, KIDARITE-HEPHTHALITE, circa 400-600 AD, arrowhead, elongated chisel point, iron, 98x10mm, chisel points are associated with the Wei dynasty in the Chinese context, contemporary with the later Kushans, Yang Hong mentioning that the "tribes" were using them at that time, corroded, $10.00

229 7476 PAKISTAN, KIDARITE-HEPHTHALITE, circa 400-600 AD, arrowhead, elongated chisel point, iron, 87x7mm, chisel points are associated with the Wei dynasty in the Chinese context, contemporary with the later Kushans, Yang Hong mentioning that the "tribes" were using them at that time, slightly bent, VG $18.00

229 17477 PAKISTAN, KIDARITE-MONGOL, circa 400-1300 AD, arrowhead, splayed, flat rhomboid biblade, iron, 95mmx33mm, bit of corrosion on tang, F $29.00

229 7478 PAKISTAN, KIDARITE-MONGOL, circa 400-1300 AD, arrowhead, splayed, flat biblade, was cut down & reshaped into a heptagon, iron, 90x37mm, F $30.00

229 7479 PAKISTAN, KIDARITE-MONGOL, circa 400-1300 AD, arrowhead, splayed, flat biblade, iron, 96x25mm, flaws, bent, VG $15.00

215 17312 PAKISTAN, from Udigram, Buner district, KUSHAN-SHAHI?, circa 100-1000 AD?, henna spoons, floral decoration, bronze, 25mm dia. on handles 29-55mm long, VG $18.00

224 17413 PAKISTAN, from Marghazar, KUSHAN-SHAHI, circa 100-1000 AD, khanjar, thin & flat, bronze, 202mm blade, 250mm total with tang, blade 50mm at widest, corroded, G $20.00

224 17414 PAKISTAN, from Marghazar, KUSHAN-SHAHI, circa 100-1000 AD, khanjar, thin & flat, bronze, 215mm blade, 264mm total with tang, blade 45mm at widest, corroded, bent, aVG $20.00

227 17445 PAKISTAN, from Udigram cave, KUSHAN-SHAHI?, circa 100-800 AD?, spear butt, tetrahedral point, short socket, iron, 299x26mm, small chip at base of socket, $140.00

227 17446 PAKISTAN, from Udigram cave, KUSHAN-SHAHI?, circa 100-800 AD?, spear butt, tetrahedral point, short socket, iron, 283mm long, 19mm wide at base, nice, wholesome metal, $160.00

227 17449 PAKISTAN, from Udigram cave, KUSHAN-SHAHI-ISLAMIC?, circa 100-1300 AD, mirror or plate, raised rim on one side, other side almost flat, iron, 113mm diameter, $21.00

229 17468 PAKISTAN, from Bajawar, KUSHAN-ISLAMIC, circa 100-1000 AD, spearhead, biblade point, socket base, iron, 245x45mm point, 187mm socket, 28mm dia. at base, VF $320.00

229 17480 PAKISTAN, from Bajawar, KUSHAN-ISLAMIC, circa 100-1000 AD, spearhead, wrapped socket, iron, 447x65mm, F $200.00

229 17481 PAKISTAN, from Bajawar, KUSHAN-ISLAMIC, circa 100-1000 AD, spearhead, highly worked, heavy, iron, 410x53mm, VF $320.00

229 17483 PAKISTAN, from Bajawar, KUSHAN-ISLAMIC, circa 100-1000 AD, spearhead, highly decorated, pierced at bases of blades (for tassels?), iron, 363x50mm, aVF $325.00

230 7497 PAKISTAN, from Udigram near Rajagira castle, KUSHAN-ISLAMIC, circa 100-1000 AD, spear butt, tetrahedral, iron, 130mm long, 18mm diameter at base of socket, F $60.00

233 17525 PAKISTAN, KUSHAN-ISLAMIC, circa 100-1000 AD, spearhead, straight edged blade, highly forged wrapped socket with minimal decoration & 1 nail hole, iron, 368x47mm, slightly bent blade, F $165.00

229 17482 PAKISTAN, from Bajawar, KUSHAN-ISLAMIC, circa 100-1000 AD, spearhead, crude, wrapped socket is 28mm at base, iron, 424x23mm blade, F $250.00

322 9212 PAKISTAN, KUSHAN-ISLAMIC, circa 100-1000 AD or later, bracelet, open with bud ends & incised lines decoration, lead or lead alloy, 74x67mm o.d., 11x13 oval cross section, 121.1g, F $33.00

215 17304 PAKISTAN, SASANIAN, 200-600 AD, seal, carved recumbent humped bull L, holed semicircular body, green stone, oval face, 21x9mm, body 18mm tall, minor chipping on body, face is not affected, $135.00

250 17610 PAKISTAN, from Darel, NWFP, SASANIAN, circa 250-350 AD, mace head, bulb with 8 projecting ridges, socket hole open at top, bronze, 79mm tall, 56mm diameter, 191g, porous, dirty, $110.00

250 17613 PAKISTAN, from Darel, NWFP, SASANIAN, circa 250-350 AD, cheese making tool, round at head, then squared, then flattened, needle eye at butt, inserted into a flat & cut out semicircle, bronze, 290mm shaft, excellent condition, $65.00

251 8840 PAKISTAN, from Darel, NWFP, SASANIAN, circa 250-350 AD, pin, flat, round head, bronze, 141mm long, 26mm dia. corroded spots on shaft, otherwise pretty nice, $30.00

123 6521 PAKISTAN, from Darel, Gilgit, NWFP, SASANIAN, circa 250-400 AD, seal, a recumbent humped bull L, hemisphere with oval face, holed, gray stone, 20x14x17mm, minor chipping on body, face is not affected, nice $125.00

123 6522 PAKISTAN, from Darel, Gilgit, NWFP, SASANIAN, circa 250-400 AD, seal, rather schematic peacock with folded tail L, hemisphere with oval face, holed, brown stone, 20x28x18mm, intact, worn, $65.00

112 2335 PAKISTAN, from Udigram (cave), HEPHTHALITE-ISLAMIC, circa 400-1000 AD, sickle, handle is perpendicular & in starts in the plane of the blade, iron, 163mm curved blade, 27mm at base, 170mm, 20 degrees offset at 50mm, F $40.00

288 7008 PAKISTAN, from NWFP, HEPHTHALITE-SHAHI?, circa 400-700 AD, seal, bird R, flower behind, rectangular, no loop, bronze, 14x17x2mm, 3.4g, VF $95.00

292 8105 PAKISTAN, Northwest Frontier Province, HEPHTHALITE, circa 400-700 AD, seal, round face with Brahmi (?) legend I won't try to read, squatly conical with thick tubular loop, bronze, 51mm diameter, 34mm tall, 119.2g, small, shallow oxidized chip on lip, otherwise VF $1,100.00

214 17300 PAKISTAN, from Gilgit, NWF, HEPHTHALITE-TURK-SHAHI, circa 500-1000 AD, bracelet, ends are badger-like heads with open mouths, maybe there used to be inlay in the eyes, & copious incised linear decoration, brass, ~70mm dia, 18mm wide, 81.5g, VF $45.00

223 17383 PAKISTAN, from Barikot, HEPHTHALITE-TURK?, circa 500 - 900 AD, pair of stirrups, iron, 175x140mm, nice $220.00

224 17411 PAKISTAN, from Udigram (cave), HEPHTHALITE-ISLAMIC, circa 400-1000 AD, sickle, curved blade, handle is perpendicular & in starts in the plane of the blade, iron, 163mm blade, 27mm at base, 170mm, 20 degrees offset at 50mm, F $40.00

224 1412 PAKISTAN, from Udigram (cave), HEPHTHALITE-ISLAMIC, circa 400-1500 AD, shears, one piece construction, spring action, iron, 282mm long, blades 25mm at base, lightly chipped, $35.00

112 2344 PAKISTAN, from Udigram, HEPHTHALITE-ISLAMIC, circa 400-1000 AD, knife, single edged, slightly curved blade, iron, 137mm blade, 166mm total with tang, blade 18mm at widest, $30.00

123 7659 PAKISTAN, HEPHTHALITE-SHAHI?, circa 400-1000 AD?, kohl applicator (salai), head is like a 4-bladed arrowhead, bronze, 72x10mm, 9.95g, either complete or tip was refinished after it was broken off, F+ $33.00

288 8108 PAKISTAN, HEPHTHALITE-SHAHI?, circa 400-1000 AD?, kohl applicator (salai), head is like a trident, lateral tines are like a crescent moon, central tine is elongated with a round knob on the end, bronze, 24x70mm, 7.6g, about 1/3 of shaft missing, VF $21.00

112 2338 PAKISTAN, from Udigram (cave), SHAHI?, circa 700-1000 AD, spear butt, chisel shaped end, short socket, iron, 145mm long, $80.00

112 2340 PAKISTAN, from Udigram, SHAHI?, circa 700-1000 AD, spear butt, chisel shaped end, short socket, iron, 102mm long, $80.00

237 17541 PAKISTAN, from Takhtband, Buner, SHAHI, circa 750-1000 AD, bracelet, round cross section with flared ends, decorated with hammered facets, bronze, 64x60mm dia., nice patina, $33.00

237 7545 PAKISTAN, from Takhtband, Buner, SHAHI, circa 750-1000 AD, bracelet, semicircular cross section, expanded ends, bronze, 61x58mm dia., nice patina, $16.00

237 7550 PAKISTAN, from Takhtband, Buner, SHAHI, circa 750-1000 AD, bracelet, round cross section, flared knob ends like manilla, bronze, 55mm dia., nice patina, $16.00

237 7551 PAKISTAN, from Takhtband, Buner, SHAHI, circa 750-1000 AD, bracelet, oval cross section, expanded ends, bronze, 60x55mm, nice patina, $16.00

223 17384 PAKISTAN, from Udigram, SHAHI or GHAZNAVID, circa 800-1000 AD, horse bit, 2 links between 2 rings, 285mm total, iron, nice, $125.00

223 17386 PAKISTAN, from Udigram, SHAHI, circa 750-1000 AD, pair of horse cheek ornaments, S-shaped, iron, 223mm long, rusty & corroded, $63.00

224 17399 PAKISTAN, from Bahrain, SHAHI, circa 700-1000 AD, axe, triangular blade, narrow, thick butt with hole at end, decorative bosses at base of blade, iron, 194mm long, 82x73mm, crude, chip at base of blade on top, conserved, $65.00

112 2556 PAKISTAN, from Udigram (cave), SHAHI?, circa 700-1000 AD, spear butt, chisel shaped end, short socket, iron, $80.00

322 9213 PAKISTAN, from Udigram near mosque, SHAHI-ISLAMIC?, circa 700-1000 AD?, spatula, irregular blade, loop handle, iron, 150mm long, 50x44mm blade, 24.43g, rust needs stabilizing, VG $12.00

227 17453 PAKISTAN, from Udigram, SHAHI-ISLAMIC, circa 700-1500 AD, rug hook, a) iron, 91x43mm, one of the handle flanges is chipped, F $16.00

227 17454 PAKISTAN, from Udigram, SHAHI-ISLAMIC, circa 700-1500 AD, rug hook, b) iron, 135x59mm, intact, $30.00

227 17455 PAKISTAN, from Udigram, SHAHI-ISLAMIC, circa 700-1500 AD, hammer, hook back, iron, 71x52x27mm, intact, $22.00

227 17456 PAKISTAN, from Udigram, SHAHI-ISLAMIC, circa 700-1500 AD, ladle, decoratively twisted, loop end, iron, 46mm dia. bowl, 23mm deep, 171mm thin handle, handle bent, $14.00

224 17415 PAKISTAN, from Udigram, SHAHI-ISLAMIC?, circa 700-1600 AD, knife, backed & slightly curved, iron, 180mm, 225mm total with tang, light chipping, $25.00

226 8438 PAKISTAN, SHAHI-ISLAMIC, circa 800-1100 AD, tweezer, simple linear floral decoration, bronze, 83x15mm, 10.51g, VF $55.00

322 9214 PAKISTAN, SHAHI-ISLAMIC, circa 800 AD or later, knife, single backed, slightly curved blade with short, flat tang, iron, 103x16x2mm, 11.5g, VG $15.00

226 8443 PAKISTAN, ISLAMIC, circa 1800-1900, pair of earrings, thin sheets, crescent shape, chain borders with doodads soldered on, traces of silver plate, bronze, 46x45mm & 52x55mm, F $15.00

226 8441 PAKISTAN, ISLAMIC, after c. 1000 AD, tweezer, pomegranite silhouette, iron, 54x12mm, 4.64g, F $12.00

227 17458 PAKISTAN, from Udigram, ISLAMIC, circa 1000-1500 AD, tweezer, pomegranite shaped grips, iron, 58x13mm, F $12.00

226 8442 PAKISTAN, from Udigram, ISLAMIC, after c. 1000 AD, tweezer, pomegranite shaped grips, iron, 58x13mm, 5.48g, VG $9.00

221 17359 PAKISTAN, ISLAMIC, circa 1100-1600, knife, single edged blade, short tang, iron, 168x26mm, found on a mountain near Udigram, NWF, VG $65.00

237 7553 PAKISTAN, ISLAMIC, circa 1100-1300, spoon, long handle with flat rectangular countour, crude unfinished butt, bronze, 51mm dia. shallow bowl, 123mm handle, 30.16g, VG $27.00

237 7555 PAKISTAN, from Udigram, ISLAMIC, circa 1100-1800, knife, backed blade, short tang, iron, 179x20x5mm, corroded, $16.00

237 7556 PAKISTAN, from Udigram, ISLAMIC, circa 1100-1800, knife, narrow, backed blade, short tang, iron, 218x16x4mm, corroded, $16.00

322 9215 PAKISTAN, from Udigram, ISLAMIC, circa 1100-1800, knife, narrow, curved, backed blade, short tang, iron, 225x22x4mm, 46.77g, corroded, $16.00

319 1064 PAKISTAN, from NWFP, Swat, ISLAMIC, circa 1100-1800, lot of blades, 3 are backed knives with a longitudinal curve as if they were to be used as scrapers, each with a loop at the butt, the other is a thick scythe with 2 holes to attach to a handle, a rivet in one. These are handmade, he says 1000 years old, but what does he know? iron, dimensions: blade 1: 123x35mm, blade 2: 305x40mm, blade 3: 430x42mm, scythe: 234x155mm, weights: blade 1: 154g, blade 2: 210g, blade 3: 176.4g, scythe: 232.4g, 4 pcs, corroded, $65.00

237 17557 PAKISTAN, from Udigram, ISLAMIC, circa 1100-1800, fork, decorated all over, iron, 308x33mm, decent, $45.00

229 17485 PAKISTAN, from Bajawar, ISLAMIC, circa 1000-1300 AD, spearhead, leaf shaped blade132x40mm, short tang fastened to wrapped socket, with 2 splines & a ferrule, socket is double-pierced at base, decorated, iron, 270mm long, VF $320.00

230 17499 PAKISTAN, from Udigram, ISLAMIC, circa 1100-1250 AD, sickle, wrapped & tanged flange, iron, ~220x160mm, better than usual F $70.00

230 17501 PAKISTAN, from Udigram near Mahmudi mosque, ISLAMIC, circa 1100-1250 AD, (so I was told, but I think this is MUCH later, possibly 19th c.), knife, integral handle, iron/steel, 250x18mm, chipped tip, VG $20.00

243 17579 PAKISTAN, unknown location in Northwest Frontier Province, ISLAMIC?, circa 1000-1250 AD, javelin/arrowhead, curved triangular biblade, flared reinforced base, thick tang, iron, 178x28mm, VF $65.00

243 17580 PAKISTAN, from Udigram, ISLAMIC, circa 1000-1250 AD, war axe, long, curved blade, iron, 162x143mm, small flaw on back of blade, $180.00

212 17277 PAKISTAN, ISLAMIC?, c1200 AD?, tweezer, simple linear floral decoration, bronze, 83x15mm, 10,3g, unusual artifact, aVF $44.00

230 7502 PAKISTAN, from Udigram, ISLAMIC, prob. 18-19th c., lock, iron, 128x34x16mm, VG $15.00

296 8512 PAKISTAN, ISLAMIC, coin jewelry charm, c. 18-19th c., somewhat like a Mughal 1/4 rupee with nonsense legends / same, integral loop at top, bronze, 19.5x28mm, 3.4g, F $15.00

326 3265 PAKISTAN, ISLAMIC, circa 1200-1300, weight, X / 2 grooves, cuboid, lead, 6x6x3.5mm, 2.07g, VF $12.00

227 17450 PAKISTAN, from Udigram cave, MODERN, circa 1900-1950?, shears, steel, 227mm long, $5.00

221 7372 PAKISTAN, NWF, UNKNOWN PERIOD (I suspect rather late, perhaps 7-12th c., but could be 1000 BC, seal, bird walking R, bronze, 12x13mm oval, a large ring is now missing from the back, VF $33.00

308 3006 PAKISTAN, NWF, UNKNOWN PERIOD, Baktrian to early Islamic?, circa 1000 BC - 1000 AD, (I suspect rather late, perhaps 7-12th c., but could be 1000 BC), medical probe, rod with expanded blunt ends, bronze, 124x5mm, crusty, F $40.00

222 17374 PAKISTAN, from Sawari, Buner, Northwest Frontier, early 20th c.?, spoon, handle is a woman with hands raised on a snake held by a dancing girl, in the bowl is probably Hanuman, brass, 174x42mm, 82.75g, I think this is a silly tourist thing made of shell casings between 1900-1930, on the other hand, there is wear, from NWF, F $35.00

123 2373 PAKISTAN, INDUS?, circa 1800-1000 BC, pipe, mouthpiece shaped like lion, clay, 63x35x21mm, quite crude, intact, VF $55.00

260 8852 PAKISTAN, from NWFP, UNKNOWN PERIOD, dish, ~66mm depression in center as if to hold a teacup, simple linear incised decoration top & bottom, lead, 133mm dia., 22mm deep, seems Kushan-ish to me, bent, cracks, $38.00

286 1276 PAKISTAN, NORTHWEST FRONTIER, unknown period but I think rather late, like 19th c. maybe, ring, gem is a 3-layer pyramid flanked by the ancient traditional 3 berries, bronze, 19x28mm, VF $10.00

123 2376 PAKISTAN, from Udigram, Moghul?, 16-18thc.?, seal, shield, ring shield for horse, ring is seal, bronze, $15.00

216 17314 PAKISTAN, Greek?, finger rings, with crenellated decoration, bronze, 10 pcs available, avg. F $8.00

216 17315 PAKISTAN, Greek?, finger rings, with ridged or corded decoration, bronze, 4 pcs available, avg. F $7.00

216 17318 PAKISTAN, Greek?, finger ring, square "stone" with incised cross, bronze, d) 21mm dia., F $11.00

216 17319 PAKISTAN, Greek?, finger ring, small square "stone, bronze, e) 22mm dia., F $8.00

322 9216 PAKISTAN, NORTHWEST FRONTIER PROVINCE, Turko-Mongol, c, 700-1500 AD, arrowhead, rhomboid tetrahedral head, tang, iron, 78x9x9mm, bent tang, VF $12.00

322 9217 PAKISTAN, NORTHWEST FRONTIER PROVINCE, Turko-Mongol, c, 700-1500 AD, arrowhead, rhomboid tetrahedral head, short tang, iron, 56x8x5mm, non-standard & eccentric shape, a "barbarian imitation" perhaps, F $12.00

280 8886 PAKISTAN, c. 1000 BC - 400 AD, arrowhead, bronze, VG-F $10.00

280 8887 PAKISTAN, c. 1000 BC - 400 AD, arrowhead, bronze, F-VF $20.00

280 8888 PAKISTAN, c. 1000 BC - 400 AD, arrowheads, bronze, VG-F 10 pcs $70.00

280 8889 PAKISTAN, c. 300 BC - 1400 AD, arrowhead, iron, VG-F $10.00

280 8810 PAKISTAN, c. 300 BC - 1400 AD, arrowhead, iron, F-VF $20.00

280 8811 PAKISTAN, c. 300 BC - 1400 AD, arrowheads, iron, VG-VF 10 pcs $67.00

280 8815 PAKISTAN, ANCIENT, circa 3000-100 BC, bracelet, various types, attributed, or at least partially educated guess, bronze, F $15.00

280 8816 PAKISTAN, ANCIENT, circa 3000-100 BC, bracelet pair, various types, attributed, or at least partially educated guess, bronze, F $42.00

321 7133 PAKISTAN, Northwest Frontier Province, unknown period, could be 2000 BC - 1000 AD, bracelet, roughly triangular cross section, undecorated, silver, 58x49mm i.d., 3-5mm wide, 25.54g, VF $65.00

294 9304 PAKISTAN, NORTHWEST FRONTIER, lot of ancient bead fragments, some are figured or decorated, glass & stone, few bone, shell, 4-15mm, 30 pcs, some are perhaps related to each other, $8.00

206 17671 PANAMA, VERAGUAS PROV., Veraguas culture, circa 1250-1500 AD, olla (pot), smooth red with white "suspenders" decoration, terra cotta, aaa-368 rim chip, otherwise very nice, $55.00

119 17715 PAPUA-NEW GUINEA, Trobriand Islands, Massim, ceremonial grass skirt - women's money, multicolored, multilayered, made in the traditional manner with modern dyes. Scarce item, about 20 years old. 650mm waist, 300mm long. $35.00

320 4021 PHILIPPINES, Northern Luzon, Bontoc, Igorot culture, spear butt, 18th-early 20th century, cone with a split wall, cast & beaten iron, 148x20mm, 91.62g, F $36.00

1914 3505 ROMAN EMPIRE, unknown location, lamp, decorated with a galley ship, clay, 76.5x104xx40mm, 91g, label says "c. 2-3 c. AD, probably Syria." Artistry is crude but classical, VF $550.00

325 7207 ROMAN, THRACE, fibula, c. 200 BC-400 AD, some decorative shaping of the arch, bronze, 61x28x26mm, 14.71g, VF $55.00

325 7210 ROMAN, THRACE, fibula, c. 200 BC-400 AD, some decorative shaping of the arch, bronze, 56x21x25mm, 16.58g, VF $55.00

325 7211 ROMAN, THRACE, fibula, c. 200 BC-400 AD, some decorative shaping of the arch, bronze, 53x21x21mm, 14.26g, VF $55.00

325 7212 ROMAN, THRACE, fibula, c. 200 BC-400 AD, some decorative shaping of the arch, bronze, 44x20x17mm, 9.46g, VF $55.00

325 7213 ROMAN, THRACE, fibula, c. 200 BC-400 AD, some decorative shaping of the arch, bronze, 45x19x16mm, 9.41g, excellent surfaces, XF $55.00

325 7215 ROMAN, THRACE, fibula, c. 200 BC-400 AD, some decorative shaping of the arch, bronze, 45x20x19mm, 12.12g, broken arch, VF $10.00

325 7216 ROMAN, THRACE, fibula, c. 200 BC-400 AD, some decorative shaping of the arch, bronze, 38x21x20mm, 10.84g, excellent patina, XF $65.00

325 7217 ROMAN, THRACE, fibula, c. 200 BC-400 AD, some decorative shaping of the arch, bronze, 36x20x20mm, 8.94g, VF $55.00

325 7218 ROMAN, THRACE, fibula, c. 200 BC-400 AD, arch is shaped something like a bent leg, bronze, 36x20x22mm, 17.95g, excellent patina, XF $60.00

325 7219 ROMAN, THRACE, fibula, c. 200 BC-400 AD, arch is shaped something like a bent leg, bronze, 36x21x21mm, 15.43g, VF $55.00

325 7220 ROMAN, THRACE, fibula, c. 200 BC-400 AD, arch is shaped something like a bent leg, bronze, 37x18x20mm, 15.98g, ~2mm of tip of pin missing, F $25.00

196 17262 RUSSIA, from Krasnoyarsk, Siberia, Russia, SCYTHIAN, circa 700-500 BC, spear point, leaf shaped, socketed, bronze, 109x26mm, 38g, crude & nice, $150.00

253 8994 RUSSIA, icon, 18th c., St. Catherine facing, painted wood, 162x177mm (~6.3x6.4"), lot of age on this, needs expert work, "VG" $250.00

253 8995 RUSSIA, icon, 19th c., Madonna & child, TIKHVINSKI written at top, painted wood, 194x253mm (~7.6x10"), VF $250.00

253 9996 RUSSIA, icon, 19th c., Madonna & child, painted wood, 212x266mm (~8x10.5"), used to have a brass cover, background was filled in with gold paint after its removal, nice portraits, F $175.00

253 8997 RUSSIA, icon, 19th c., crowned Madonna & child, brass, 87x96mm, few gems of the crown are missing, VG $75.00

253 8998 RUSSIA, icon, 19th c., Madonna & child, Virgin of Joy, 2 panels of a tryptich, enamelled brass, 76x107mm, traces of enamel remain, decent pair, $164.00

253 8999 RUSSIA, crucifix, modern, brass, 135x271mm (~5.5x10.6"), ornate styling in the 18th c. icon style, "VF" $35.00

216 8823 RUSSIA, icon, 19th c., the Convivial Mother of God, bronze, 52x47mm, small casting hole, crude, VG $45.00

216 8824 RUSSIA, icon, 19th c., Muromskaya Mother of God, bronze, 76x48mm, bits of enamel remain. VG $55.00

216 8825 RUSSIA, icon, 19th c., Our Lady of Pokrov, bronze, 69x50mm, central panel of a triptych, hinges broken off, small casting flaw, nice surfaces, VF $95.00

191 19299 SAMOA, cord, 1950s, twisted fiber, 1165mm, aaa-274 have 500+mm piece $13.00

191 19300 SAMOA, cord, 1950s, twisted fiber, 900mm, see aaa-274 $9.00

191 19301 SAMOA, cord, 1950s, twisted fiber, 240mm, see aaa-274 $3.00

132 19318 SAUDI ARABIA, BEDOUIN, bracelet, c. 1940s, thick twisted wires, C. 1940s. Crude, interesting. made from melted copper-nickel coins, 65mm dia, 27g, crude, $12.00

191 19642 SOLOMON ISLANDS, chama pacifica shells from which red shell beads are made, $2.00

191 19643 SOLOMON ISLANDS, coix seeds, 1960s, hard, shiny grey seeds used as small change, aaa-278 55pcs $1.00

216 20332 THAILAND, Southern region, location unknown, Middle Paleolithic, circa 30,000-10,000 BC, side scraper, semicircular shape, whitish flint, 87x63mm, aaa-382 nice piece, intact, $53.00

175 20320 THAILAND, CHIANGMAI REGION bracelet, chevron design, silver, a) 23g, $16.00

175 20321 THAILAND, CHIANGMAI REGION bracelet, with floral & bulls eye design, silver, b) 24g, made in the traditional manner out of FIC piastres & Indian rupees, $18.00

175 20322 THAILAND, CHIANGMAI REGION bracelet, sort of triple stack design, silver, d) 29g, made in the traditional manner out of FIC piastres & Indian rupees, $25.00

119 20323 THAILAND, AKHA ("Hill Tribes"), ring, open ended with flanges, silver, 1 salung weight, $13.00

271 8827 THAILAND, Southern region, c. 500-1200 AD, earring pair, oval open ring with flared ends, gilt bronze, 21x14x7mm, F $110.00

174 20324 THAILAND, "spirit lock," flat basket shaped with snakelike curved "handles," silver, b) 35-40mm, average 30g, These were made to order for sick people & used in healing ceremonies. Patients wore them until they got sick again, then sold the old amulet & bought a new one. Different designs depending on the illness, $25.00

174 20325 THAILAND, "spirit lock," ND (1960s), flat basket shaped with snakelike curved "handles," silver, c) 50mm+, average 35g, These were made to order for sick people & used in healing ceremonies. Patients wore them until they got sick again, then sold the old amulet & bought a new one. Different designs depending on the illness, $33.00

196 20326 THAILAND, HILL TRIBES, bracelet, c) solid, open, with rhombic cross section, silver, 70mm (2.75") diameter, 22.5g, made from FIC piastres, $25.00

196 20327 THAILAND, HILL TRIBES, bracelet, d) solid, open, round cross section, pattern of small crescents with 5 interspersed indentations, silver, 73mm (3") diameter, 15.5g, made from FIC piastres, $25.00

196 20329 THAILAND, HILL TRIBES, bracelet pair, f) hollow, open, with intricate engraved floral design, silver, each 73mm (3"), 27g, made from FIC piastres, aaa-316 very nice pair, $66.00

196 20330 THAILAND, HILL TRIBES, bracelet pair, g) hollow, closed, double pierced rings revealing black fiber within, silver, 67mm (2.5"), 6.5g, made from FIC piastres, aaa-316 pair $36.00

196 20331 THAILAND, HILL TRIBES, bracelet, h) closed assembly consisting of a flat strip 10mm wide with 15 raised medallions with incised decoration, this flanked by 2 rings of thin coiled wire, all tied together with 3 23mm coiled wire rings, silver, 68mm (2.5") diameter central ring, 72mm outer rings, 23mm tieing rings, 38g overall, made from FIC piastres, aaa-316 $53.00

206 20426 THAILAND?, bracelet, hollow with some knobs & incised decoration, silvery brass alloy, 108mm, 94g, "VF" $36.00

327 1231 TIBET, seal, late 19th - early 20th c., Chinese FU character / shaped like a bound sheaf of grain, brass, 17x14x41mm, 25.65g, VF $110.00

327 1232 TIBET, seal, late 19th - early 20th c., legend / cross hatch pattern to handle, shaped like a chess pawn, iron, 13mm diameter, 48mm tall, 29.87g, VF $110.00

112 5001 TOGO, holed stone, ancient, quartzite, ~45mm, Quiggin reports stones were found & gathered into piles under trees into the 19th c. Now selected stone piles have been found made by apes. Quiggin plate 3 #3 $36.00

239 8824 UKRAINE, BYZANTINE, more or less, circa 600-1000 AD, lot of bracelet fragments, 3 are twisted, largest is 47mm long, glass, 4 pcs $24.00

238 2071 UKRAINE, from Lvov region, near Veliki Lubni, SARMATIAN/SCYTHIAN, circa 800-500 BC, "bracelet," a round rod with earthworm like sections, tapering from 7mm to 4mm, large end broken off, one of my antiquarian clients says I'm dreaming, but this makes me think of African currency rods; break off a piece when you need it to do the deal, bronze, 142x131mm, 118.8g, aaa-440 patinated, most chipped off, then repatinated, all naturally, $180.00

238 2072 UKRAINE, from Lvov region, near Veliki Lubni, SARMATIAN/SCYTHIAN, circa 800-500 BC, "bracelet," a rectangular rod with earthworm like sections, probably not meant to be worn as is, bronze, 116x82mm, 65.4g, aaa-440 patinated, most chipped off, then repatinated, all naturally, light pitting, $96.00

238 2073 UKRAINE, from Lvov region, near Veliki Lubni, SARMATIAN/SCYTHIAN, circa 800-500 BC, "bracelet," a rectangular rod with earthworm like sections, bronze, 98x79mm, 87.4g, aaa-440 patinated, some chipped off, then repatinated, all naturally, light pitting, $140.00

238 2074 UKRAINE, from Lvov region, near Veliki Lubni, SARMATIAN/SCYTHIAN, circa 800-500 BC, "bracelet," a rectangular rod with earthworm like sections, fragment of larger piece, bronze, 68mm, 18.5g, aaa-440 patinated, some chipped off, then repatinated, all naturally, light pitting, $36.00

238 20714 UKRAINE, from Lvov region, SARMATIAN/SCYTHIAN, circa 800-500 BC, ingot, rounded all over, bronze, a) 47x9x7mm, 18.2g, aaa-444 $160.00

238 20715 UKRAINE, from Lvov region, SARMATIAN/SCYTHIAN, circa 800-500 BC, ingot, rounded all over, bronze, b) 48x13x5mm, 21.3g, $160.00

155 2723 UKRAINE, c. 500-1000 AD?, tongue of a fibula, bronze, 36x33mm, someone told me what culture & time this (probably) is, but I forgot, F $15.00

155 2724 UKRAINE, c. 300 BC-1000 AD?, tweezer, minimal decoration, ring at base, bronze, 68mm long, 10mm wide, broken, VG $13.00

155 2726 UKRAINE, c. 300 BC-1000 AD?, bells, minimal linear decoration, 15-23mm wide, 3 pieces, flaws, bent, splits, $19.00

192 20903 USA, ALABAMA, unknown location, point, Kirk snap base type point, gray flint 35x21mm, aaa-304 $13.00

192 20904 USA, ALABAMA, unknown location, point, Johnson type, red and gray flint, 55x34mm, aaa-304 $24.00

192 20906 USA, ALABAMA, unknown location, point, Savannah River type, gray flint, 45x30mm aaa-304 $10.00

192 20907 USA, ALABAMA, unknown location, point, Savannah River type, gray flint, 52x25mm, aaa-304 tip broken in ancient times, then it continued in use as a blunt, $7.00

192 20908 USA, ALABAMA, unknown location, late archaic-woodland, point, Adena-Robbins type, tan flint, 44x33mm, aaa-304 $17.00

127 20857 USA, ALASKA, spindle whorl, nice incised design, clay, 18mm, Looks South American to me, but what to I know? He got it in Alaska. $13.00

135 20863 USA, ARIZONA, Pima Co., Arivaca, Hohokam, circa 900-1250 AD, sherds, decorated, 4 are rim sherds, clay, 50-80mm average, one is 150mm long, lot of 7, $45.00

139 20860 USA, CALIFORNIA, Early Archaic?, circa 8000-5000 BC, point, neat little sort of basal notched, flint, 31x16mm, aaa-57 Intact $8.00

139 20867 USA, Central MISSISSIPPI, probably Mississippian-Historic, circa 700-1500 AD, point, grainy quartz, 36x20mm, Crude, worn $6.00

214 20913 USA, MISSISSIPPI, location unknown, Woodland, circa 500-1500 AD, drill, with wings, pink chert, 47x28mm, aaa-379 excellent, $30.00

214 20914 USA, MISSISSIPPI, location unknown, Woodland, circa 500-1500 AD, drill, pink cert, 63x10mm, aaa-379 excellent, $30.00

214 20915 USA, MISSISSIPPI, location unknown, Woodland, circa 500-1500 AD, drill, made from a point, red chert, 69x25mm, aaa-379 excellent, $30.00

164 20892 USA, MISSOURI, Marion Co., Early Archaic, circa 7000-3000 BC, dovetail type, flint, 48x32mm, crudish, intact $15.00

159 10332 USA, NORTH CAROLINA, early archaic, circa 8000-5000 BC, point, Guilford type rhyolite, j) 72x24mm, crudish, $16.00

182 20895 USA, NORTH CAROLINA, Lincoln Co., near Lincolnton, Archaic, circa 7000-3000 BC, two crude points, 60x29mm Kirkoid, intact & 66x27mm with Guilford & Savannah River characteristics, rhyolite, aaa-151 repaired, $9.00

159 20876 USA, NORTH CAROLINA, Orange County, point, Morrow Mountain type, rhyolite, l) 85x28mm, aaa-92 crudish, $16.00

159 20877 USA, NORTH CAROLINA, Orange County, point, Morrow Mountain type, rhyolite, m) 52x39mm, $13.00

159 20878 USA, NORTH CAROLINA, Orange County, point, Morrow Mountain type, rhyolite, n) 40x29mm, very crude, $8.00

182 20894 USA, NORTH CAROLINA, Lincoln Co., near Lincolnton, Late Paleo-early Archaic, circa 10,000 BC, point, Kessel type, light gray chert, 30x20mm, aaa-150 small chip on one ear $9.00

182 20896 USA, NORTH CAROLINA, Lincoln Co., near Lincolnton, Archaic, circa 7000-3000 BC, point, large, unfinished, gray rhyolite, 102x78mm, aaa-152 small edge chip, otherwise nice, $16.00

182 20897 USA, NORTH CAROLINA, Lincoln Co., near Lincolnton, Archaic, circa 7000-3000 BC, blade, backed, tan rhyolite, 110x58mm, aaa-153 worn, $12.00

182 20898 USA, NORTH CAROLINA, Lincoln Co., near Lincolnton, Archaic, circa 7000-3000 BC, blade, rectangular, tan rhyolite, 58x45mm, aaa-154 intact, $9.00

182 20899 USA, NORTH CAROLINA, Lincoln Co., near Lincolnton, Mississippian, circa 900-1700 AD, point, Madison type, gray rhyolite, 32x30mm, aaa-155 intact, $7.00

192 20909 USA, NORTH CAROLINA, eastern region, ground axe, rounded, one side is rough and unworked, other side is nice. Why did he do this?, 74x53mm, $25.00

182 20900 USA, NORTH CAROLINA, Lincoln Co., near Lincolnton, Mississippian, circa 900-1700 AD, point, Madison type, gray rhyolite, 25x20mm, aaa-156 intact, $7.00

159 20873 USA, NORTH CAROLINA, Halifax Co., Mid-archaic, 5000-2000 BC, point, Morrow Mountain type, rhyolite, e) 43x32mm, $10.00

159 20874 USA, NORTH CAROLINA, Orange Co., point, Kirk type, sugar quartz, g) 30x21mm, aaa-90 crudish, $10.00

159 20879 USA, NORTH CAROLINA, Orange Co., scraper, Morrow Mountain type, haftless, rhyolite, o) 52x22mm, aaa-95 crude, $8.00

159 20881 USA, NORTH CAROLINA, Randolph Co., point, Morrow Mountain type, rhyolite, s) 33x21mm, aaa-97 neat & nice, $13.00

160 20882 USA, NORTH CAROLINA, Cumberland Co., early archaic, circa 8000-5000 BC, Kirk type point: knife/point, Kirk type, white quartz 60x33mm, intact, $25.00

160 20883 USA, NORTH CAROLINA, Jackson Co., early archaic, circa 8000-5000 BC, Kirk type point: point, Kirk type, flint, 40x28mm, intact, $15.00

161 20884 USA, NORTH CAROLINA, Randolph Co., point, b) Kirk type, concave base, gray chert, 70x28mm, aaa-104 intact $18.00

161 20885 USA, NORTH CAROLINA, Randolph Co., point, c) Kirk type, blunted tip for artisan work, tan flint, 54x30mm, aaa-104 intact $27.00

161 20886 USA, NORTH CAROLINA, Swain Co., point, e) Kirk type, bit of a hook to the tip, gray chert, 50x22mm, aaa-106 crude, intact, $14.00

162 20887 USA, NORTH CAROLINA, Coastal region, Woodland-Historic, circa 1000 BC-1500 AD, point, a) convex base, rhyolite, 35x15mm, aaa-113 intact, $6.00

273 8818 USA, NORTH CAROLINA, Orange Co., hafted axe, stone, 160x117x38mm, few minor shovel marks, minor chip on edge, choice $280.00

135 20859 USA, NORTH CAROLINA, Yancey Co., Woodland-Mississippian period, 1-1500 AD, discoid, black stone, 38mm, aaa-56 some say burnishing stone, others gambling chip, intact $17.00

128 20856 USA, NORTH CAROLINA Kirk period, 6900-5500 BC, blunt, 51mm used for stunning rather than killing small animals,, Intact $23.00

191 20902 USA, OHIO, HOPEWELL CULTURE, Ohio, circa 800 BC, fresh water pearl, double drilled for stringing, aaa-284 Ex-Gibbs collection, $21.00

166 20893 USA, OHIO, Hamilton Co. near Cincinnati, Woodland-Mississippian, circa 500 BC-1500 AD, blade, Adena type, 57x31mm, $13.00

139 20868 USA, PENNSYLVANIA, Delaware, River, I can't date it, guess later than earlier, blade, slate, 50x25mm, $5.00

328 4141 USA, PENNSYLVANIA, lot of stone points & a few scrapers, various styles, range of neatness, a few are quite nice, others not so much, various stone types, 50x25mm, note with them: Shawnee & Ohio Valley tribes, 26 pcs few broken, few superb $70.00

322 9219 USA, TENNESSEE, Grainger Co., Archaic or later, circa 6500 BC - c. 1500 AD, cache of points. These were all found at the same site, some are made from the same stone, apparently by the same person. Includes points of various styles and sizes (24), drills (3), knives (4), most are fine grained flint, few quartzite, ~30-55mm long, Excellent condition mostly, all but 4 have have intact tips $1,100.00

139 20869 USA, TENNESSEE, White Co., Late Archaic-Woodland, c 1500-1 BC, point, Swan Lake type, gray flint, 36x20mm, About 1mm off tip $4.00

312 4003 USA, TENNESSEE, White Co., Archaic-Woodland, c 3500 BC - 1000 AD, knife, double edged, gray chert, so-called "Tennessee quartz," 163x63mm, nice, $500.00

87 20872 USA, W. Tennessee pipe bowl, 19th c., terra cotta, Caucasian trade item, $16.00

162 20889 USA, VIRGINIA, Roanoke Co., Woodland, circa 200 BC-1000 AD, point, Bakers Creek type, flint, b) 37x19mm, aaa-115 intact, $18.00

320 4027 USA, VIRGINIA, Roanoke Co., net weight, c. 1000-1600 AD, bell shaped, terminal groove & double-drilled hole, carved stone, 58x30mm, 60.69g, intact, $35.00

162 20890 USA, VIRGINIA, unknown location, late Archaic-Woodland, circa 2000 BC-1000 AD, blade, Copena type, flint, 70x28mm, aaa-116 intact, $31.00

100 20851 USA, VIRGINIA, Civil War, .58 Minie ball, crudely made into a dum-dum lead, unfired, $4.00

100 20852 USA, VIRGINIA, Civil War, Confederate army, button, blank face, IMPERIAL STANDARD back, brass, 18mm, loop missing, F $3.00

191 20901 USA, SOUTHEAST REGION, mid-late 19th c., "bugle" bead, cut from sheet, copper, 23mm, holed, $33.00

328 4142 USA, WASHINGTON, found on beach at Port Townsend, c. 10,000-2000 BC?, flake scraper, triangular, basalt, 25x32mm, crude, $11.00

328 4143 USA, WASHINGTON, found on beach at Port Townsend, c. 10,000-2000 BC?, flake scraper, round, thin, snapped base, basalt, 34mm dia., unusually fine work, $35.00

139 20861 USA, WISCONSIN, Wood Co, Wisconsin Rapids, probably Historic, 1500/+ AD, Menominee, point, triangular, one side of stem is corner notched, other side recurved, quartz, 20x11mm, aaa-58 Intact $4.00

139 20862 USA, WISCONSIN, Wood Co, probably Woodland-Mississippian, 1000 BC-1500 AD, point, triangular blade with 16mm expanded tapered stem, bevelled both sides all around, quartz, 39x25mm, Tag said "Menominee." intact $18.00

2117 22196 WEST AFRICA, tiny chevron bead, 19th c. dark blue w/ red & white zigzag stripes, 7mm diameter, 2mm long, Dutch made, $7.50

322 9220 YEMEN, mid-20th c., amulet text box, cylinder decorated with filagree and dangling "coins" imitating Turkish 1327 1 kurush & a plastic "amber" bead, silvered base metal, cylinder is 69x18nnm 29.73g, crude, VF $22.00

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