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 247 8900 AFGHANISTAN, "LURISTAN, c. 1000-500 BC, sword, hooked end to lock the grip, bronze, 322x45mm blade, 167mm handle, excellent in every way, $1,250.00

234 9901 AFGHANISTAN, "LURISTAN, c. 1000-500 BC, sword, the missing handle wrapped about 1/3 up the blade, bronze, 390x64mm blade, 25mm tang, excellent $950.00

273 0001 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

288 0100 BURKINA FASO, chevron bead, 18th c., glass, 13mm diameter, 16mm long, minor chips at ends, $24.00

298 6410 BYZANTINE?, seal, c. 500-1000 AD, Greek monogram / different monogram, lead, 13x15x4.5mm, 5g, acquired in England in a batch of mostly NWFP Pakistan stuff, irregular planchet cuts into design both sides, F $55.00

232 0683 CAMBODIA, KHMER, palanquin coupling, c. 500-1000 AD, bronze, 108x50mm tube decorated with leaves, topped with a 30x18mm stepped knob, part of a bronze pole finial & a bit of the wooden pole stuck inside, aaa-414 very nice F $200.00

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

239 7177 CHINA, SHANG-ZHOU, c. 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, c. 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, c. 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, c. 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, c. 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, c. 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, c. 1000-500 BC, mould, 3 rings one side, ornaments other side, stone, 88x42x15mm, looks like it was repurposed, F $100.00

319 1006 CHINA, ZHOU, c. 1000-500 BC, mould, 14 small globular beads, stone, 93x38x27mm, chips, VG $60.00

288 0101 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

319 1007 CHINA, WARRING STATES - HAN, c. 400 BC-1 BC, belthook, bull's eyes in filagree diamond design, bronze with bits of silver inlay remaining, 235mm long, 29mm wide, 267.5g, VG $750.00

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 0009 CHINA, WARRING STATES Period, 475-221 BC, arrowhead, tanged & barbed biblade, bronze, 48x16mm, 1 barb missing, VF $16.00

278 0010 CHINA, WARRING STATES Period, 475-221 BC, arrowhead, tanged biblade, bronze, 41x12mm, small chip at base of 1 blade, F $16.00

278 0011 CHINA, Xinjiang, WARRING STATES Period, 475-221 BC, arrowhead, socketed leaf shaped biblade, bronze, 40x17mm, small natural void in 1 balde, F $16.00

154 6101 CHINA, ZHOU Dynasty?, c. 1000-500 BC, pair of horse cheek ornaments, 2 holes & corded decoration, "open mouth" ends, bronze, 113mm long, crusty, VG $32.00

264 8013 CHINA, ZHOU dynasty, c. 1000-250 BC, goshi button, rounc, lightly domed / bar on back, bronze, 39mm, 13.14g, F $26.50

264 8014 CHINA, ZHOU dynasty, c. 1000-250 BC, goshi button, rounc, lightly domed / bar on back, bronze, 39mm, F $26.50

322 9195 CHINA, ZHOU dynasty, c. 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, c. 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

238 7170 CHINA, ZHOU, etc., c. 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 0012 CHINA, ZHOU-HAN?, c. 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

319 1011 CHINA, ZHOU-HAN, c. 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 1013 CHINA, ZHOU-HAN, c. 1000-200 AD, bead lot, ovoid tubes, whitish bronze, 9x6x12-13mm, 1.5-2g, 15 pcs, 2 are chipped, F-VF $65.00

319 1014 CHINA, ZHOU-HAN, c. 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 1015 CHINA, ZHOU-HAN, c. 1000-200 AD, tube bead lot, 4 types: a) ovoid with slotted perforations (3), similar with linear decoration (1), long round tube (1), undecorated ovoid (1), bronze, perforated tubes 13x8, 21, 28, 31mm long, decorated tube 13x9x25mm, round tube 12x93mm, plain tube 15x8x21mm, 66.14g total, decorated bead has some smooth blue patina, long tube broken both ends & casting holes, others a bit rough but intact $90.00

319 1016 CHINA, ZHOU-HAN, c. 1000-200 AD, bead pair, ovoid, linear decoration on one side, broken off tube, bronze, 12x8x13mm, 12x8x11mm, 4.07, 2.92g, F $15.00

319 1017 CHINA, ZHOU-HAN, c. 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, c. 1000-200 AD, tube bead lot, spindle shaped, bronze, 19x6mm dia., 43-46mm long, 8-9g each, 4 pcs, 2 have chips at end, F $50.00

319 1019 CHINA, ZHOU-HAN, c. 1000-200 AD, tube bead lot, bronze, ~12mm dia., ~20-30mm long, ~6-12g, 52 pcs, some have flaws, chips, most complete, F $300.00

319 1020 CHINA, ZHOU-HAN, c. 1000-200 AD, tube bead pair, segmented cylinders in 2 styles, bronze, 5x39mm, 6x52mm, 6.18g, 9.42g, VF $30.00

320 4001 CHINA, ZHOU-HAN, c. 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, 7 pcs, few casting flaws, F-VF $37.00

106 4772 CHINA, label on bag reads "Ordos," ZHOU-HAN, c. 1000-200 AD, bead lot, thin walled, hollow barrel shaped, bronze, 9-11x10-12mm average, 19.1g total, 12 pcs, crude F $37.00

318 1001 CHINA, label on bag reads "Ordos," ZHOU-HAN, c. 1000-200 AD, bead lot, thin walled, hollow barrel shaped, bronze, 10x11mm average, ~2.5-3.5g, 40 pcs, 1 broken, a few chipped, some cruder than others, mostly G-VF $175.00

319 1012 CHINA, label on bag reads "Ordos," ZHOU-HAN, c. 1000-200 AD, bead lot, thin walled, hollow barrel shaped, bronze, 10x11mm average, ~2.5-3.5g, 46 pcs, VG-VF $175.00

320 4003 CHINA, label reads: Ordos, ZHOU-HAN, c. 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, 44.65g total, few have casting flaws, F-VF $80.00

320 4004 CHINA, label reads: Ordos, ZHOU-HAN, c. 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, c. 1000-200 AD, bead, tube with belly in middle & corded decoration, different treatments & sizes, bronze, higher grade $12.00

320 4006 CHINA, ZHOU-HAN, c. 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, c. 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, c. 1000-200 AD, tube, decorated with linear bands, bronze, 13mm dia., 89mm long, 34.74g, VF $35.00

319 1024 CHINA, ZHOU-HAN, c. 1000-200 AD, pin/needle lot, long pins with hole in shaft, expanded heads, bronze, ~150-210mm long, 4 pcs, 2 are bent near the head, VG-F $80.00

319 1025 CHINA, ZHOU-HAN, c. 1000-200 AD, pair of small spatulas, long, thin handles with bits of decoration, triangular blades, bronze, 159x9mm, 155x15mm, 7.66g, 17.82g, VG-F $30.00

320 4007 CHINA, ZHOU-HAN, c. 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, c. 200 BC - 200 AD, maybe later, mao spear butt, blunt phallic end, bronze, 168mm long, 157g, F $155.00

319 1029 CHINA, HAN Dynasty?, c. 200 BC - 200 AD, jia pian armor scale?, a snake arranged in S-shape, slightly indented back, 1 stud on back, bronze, 32x19x2mm, 4.97g, F $21.00

319 1034 CHINA, HAN?, c.200 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 1033 CHINA, HAN, parasol spoke cap lot, ridged instead of hooked, all different styles, & a bell with a clapper, bronze, 7-11mm dia., 16mm long, bell 17x22mm, ~2.5g, one is 5g, bell is 5.75g, 6 pcs, one cap has rim chip, otherwise VF, bell loop missing, flaws $40.00

319 1035 CHINA, HAN Dynasty, c. 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

320 4008 CHINA, HAN Dynasty, c. 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, c. 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

308 3001 CHINA, HAN Dynasty, c. 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, c. 200 BC-200 AD, parasol spoke cap chang gao, knob end, bronze, 25x8mm, 2.86g, aVF $16.00

297 9006 CHINA, HAN or later, c. 220 BC - 500 AD, luqi crossbow mechanism, bronze, 54x16x23mm, 20.6g, v. Yang Hong fig. 281, tabs of bottom levers are missing, otherwise VF $55.00

319 1036 CHINA, HAN?, c. 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?, c. 200 BC - 200 AD, nail?, square head tapering to a flat point, iron, 104x13mm, 29.86g, or maybe its a chisel, F $20.00

297 9003 CHINA, HAN Dynasty?, c. 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

102 6565 CHINA, HAN Dynasty?, c. 200 BC - 200 AD, yuigao hook, quarter circle hook, stubby flange, bronze, 95x87x8mm, 73.58g, crusty VF $131.00

297 9005 CHINA, HAN Dynasty?, c. 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

156 4338 CHINA, HAN?, c. 200 BC - 200 AD, weight, shaped vaguely like a knucklebone, bronze, 38x25x11mm, 75.7g, 2 taels, $35.00

285 1197 CHINA, Han Dynasty perhaps, c. 200 BC - 200 AD, tool handle, a cylinder shaped perfectly for my hand, cast in central "reinforcements," bronze, 33x31mm diameter, 62mm long, 174g, nailhole in wall, $110.00

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 0019 CHINA, HAN Dynasty, c. 200 BC - 200 AD, belthook, decorated snake head hook, bronze, 65x18x18mm, red & green patina, F $89.00

277 0020 CHINA, HAN Dynasty, c. 200 BC - 200 AD, belthook, undecorated hook, basically a simple curved rod, bronze, 116x15x16mm, F $63.00

297 9007 CHINA, HAN Dynasty?, c. 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?, c. 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, c. 200 BC - 200 AD, fanlung spindle whorl, holed crude hemisphere, flat surface has worn radial grooves, bronze, 26mm, 42.85g, VG $13.00

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

155 1527 CHINA, HAN?, c. 200 BC - 200 AD, pair of horse cheek ornaments, curved strips, semicircular cross section, notched ends, 2 holes, diagonal lines decoration, bronze, 110x15mm, one has edge chip & small crack, other intact, F $40.00

245 0881 CHINA, HAN Dynasty?, c. 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?, c. 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?, c. 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

318 1005 CHINA, HAN & later, c. 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

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

319 1039 CHINA, HAN, c. 200-100 BC, belthook, dragon traced in silver thread, silver inlaid bronze, 175x30mm, 168g, F $900.00

319 1040 CHINA, HAN, c. 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

319 1043 CHINA, late HAN-TANG Dynasty, c. 100-800 AD, statuette, an elongated goat, loop on back for hanging, another loop at chest, bronze, 110x67x22mm, 88.04g, corroded, G $85.00

154 3211 CHINA, WESTERN BARBARIANS, c. 200 BC, arrowhead, thin triblade with double-pierced walled socket, bronze, 39x14mm, YH-nl, VF $45.00

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

319 1047 CHINA, TANG Dynasty?, c. 700-800 AD, necklace, 8 complex beads of 2 tubes with decorated teardrop between, 8 ovoid rings with 2 grooves on one side, and a cross-shaped cord joiner, bronze, beads ~25x13mm, rings 15x5mm, joiner 24x7mm, 49.99g, VG $65.00

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

322 9201 CHINA, TANG-SONG, c. 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, c. 700-1200 AD, giant crossbow parts, bronze, longest piece 95mm, 202g, VF $145.00

265 0011 CHINA, SONG dynasty, c. 1000 AD, dice, cuboid, some with traces of the traditional red paint on the 4, stone, ~10mm, pair, F $33.00

318 1009 CHINA, SONG?, 10-12th c., chuan weight, somewhat ricebag or fish shaped, ornamented, lead, 125x73x11mm, 346.7g, (10 taels), corroded, G $20.00

260 0013 CHINA, SONG-MING, c. 1000-1500, mirror, floral elements in concentric circles, bronze, 95mm diameter, 81.58g, VG $130.00

319 1049 CHINA, SONG-MING?, c. 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

267 0019 CHINA, QING dynasty, c. 1850-1910, hair pin, gently curved flat with pinched waist and tips, some incised floral decoration, silver, 118x10mm, horn silver, VG $35.00

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, c. 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 $17.50

319 1053 CHINA, QING dynasty, ornament lot, multi-part things with fish & bird elements, probably parts of 2 different constructions, copper with tinned elements, the parts range 100-250mm or so, 8 pcs, VF $250.00

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

101 5522 CHINA, QING, 18-19th c.?, button amulet, trigrams, brass, 40mm diameter, VF $53.00

101 5524 CHINA, QING, 18-19th c.?, button amulet, trigrams, brass, 40mm diameter, VF $53.00

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

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

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

318 1011 CHINA, stone pendant, early-mid-20th c., man riding horse L, sort of in the Song style, oval, pierced at top, brown stone, 126x5/x10mm, 222.9g, nice old imitation antique, VF $25.00

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

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

136 9825 DENMARK, SEELAND, Flinterup, Tricherbecher culture, c 2800 BC, scraper, snap base, flint, 55x36mm, these people built the megaliths and dolmens, nice $33.00

197 9908 ECUADOR, Carchi province, PURUHA-INCA, 13-15th c., nose ring, large, thin circle, tumbaga (gold-copper-alloy), 82x74mm, 12.09g, big chip out & lost $175.00

230 0316 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

231 9533 ECUADOR, Tungurahua-Chimborazo border region, PURUHA-INCA, 13-15th c., bead string, tubular, 4-8mm dia, 8-15mm long, white beads, separated by thin disks, some red, spondylus shell, string is ~640mm, aaa-404 61 beads, $60.00

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

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

225 9915 ECUADOR, BOLIVAR Province, Chillanes region, c. 1200-1600, tweezer, copper, 49mm long, 13mm wide, 5.31g, aaa-389 bit of cloth in handle, VF $85.00

217 9912 ECUADOR, Esmeraldas province, Sta. Elena, Manteño culture, c. 1250-1550, chisel, copper, 172x43mm, 366g, as is usually the case with these things there is no evidence of use, nice hard patina patches, choice in every way, $300.00

319 1059 ECUADOR, CHANCAY (central coast), Spanish colonial, c. 1540-60, bead, "Nueva Cadiz" type, square tube with spiral twist, bright blue ceramic, 5x34mm, purchased in Guayaquil, 1960s, $65.00

319 1060 ECUADOR, CHANCAY (central coast), Spanish colonial, c. 1540-60, bead, "Nueva Cadiz" type, square tube with spiral twist, bright blue ceramic, 7x44mm, purchased in Guayaquil, 1960s, $80.00

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

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

231 0150 INDONESIA, JAVA, axe, c. 1000 BC, flared blade, V-shaped socket, 2 pairs of ribs on one side, bronze, 80x50mm, 75.6g, 10 aaa-408 surface is a bit rough, $75.00

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 2005 ISRAEL, ROMAN-BYZANTINE, c. 50 BC-500 AD, sherd, base of a bottle, roughly triangular, transparent light green with nice irridescence, glass, 89x85mm, $41.00

303 2006 ISRAEL, ROMAN-BYZANTINE, c. 50 BC-500 AD, sherd, base of a bottle, transparent blue-green with nice irridescence, glass, 65mm roundish, edge partially smoothed, tiny drilled hole $28.00

303 2007 ISRAEL, ROMAN-BYZANTINE, c. 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

303 2008 ISRAEL, ROMAN-BYZANTINE, c. 50 BC-500 AD, sherd, base of a bottle, translucent deep blue-green with nice irridescence, glass, 72x55mm ovoid, edge smoothed for jewelry, tiny drilled hole $30.00

322 9207 KENYA string of cowries, 1960s, cypraea annulis, 19 shells, 3 with filed backs, & 3 dark blue & 2 red small glass beads, VF $11.00

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

325 7204 KOREA, mirror, 20th c.?, unpolished surface / 5 sons pass exam, characters in squares, 112mm, 185.2g, probably a mid-20th c. tourist thing, casting flaws, "VG" $20.00

325 7205 KOREA, mirror, 20th c.?, CHANG MING FU GUI, 121mm, 152.2g, probably a mid-20th c. tourist thing, F $25.00

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

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

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

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

328 4132 NIGER, from shores of Lake Chad, Neolithic, c. 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, c. 6000-3000 BC, point, triangular, concave snapped base, flint, 16x31mm, excellent $13.00

328 4135 NIGER, from shores of Lake Chad, Neolithic, c. 6000-3000 BC, point, thick lanceolate, flint, 18x46mm, actually, probably a knife, excellent $21.00

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 0105 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

288 0109 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 0110 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

309 0001 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

294 9305 PAKISTAN, NORTHWEST FRONTIER, Neolithic-early Bronze Age?, c. 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?, c. 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?, c. 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?, c. 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?, c. 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?, c. 5000-1000 BC, bead, shaped like a soft diamond, carved soft reddish tan stone, double drilled, 22x19x6mm, 4.1g, intact, $55.00

296 8506 PAKISTAN, NORTHWEST FRONTIER, Neolithic-early Bronze Age?, c. 5000-1000 BC, bead, pair, bladder or sack shape, carved clear transparent quartz crystal, double drilled, ground & polished surfaces, 18x27x10mm, 6 & 7.5g, small chip on top of one, otherwise nice, $62.00

297 9011 PAKISTAN, NORTHWEST FRONTIER, Neolithic-early Bronze Age?, c. 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?, c. 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?, c. 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, c. 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

271 0010 PAKISTAN, INDUS, c. 2000-1000 BC, figurine, head of a dog, clay, 45x25x42mm, chipped snout, $23.00

155 2369 PAKISTAN, from Aligrama, Swat, INDUS, c. 1800-1000 BC, figurine, a nude male, clay, 62x48mm, legs broken off at thighs, arms at shoulders, VG $45.00

231 7514 PAKISTAN, from Abbottabad, INDUS, c. 2000-1000 BC, sculpture fragment, head of a human, flat back, beardless face, hair in ringlets, white slip coating, clay, 47x43mm, 25mm thick, very worn, G $30.00

271 0009 PAKISTAN, INDUS, c. 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

277 0026 PAKISTAN, INDUS, c. 3000-1000 BC, vessel spout, shaped as head of a ram, clay, 60x41x27mm, left horn missing, otherwise nice $45.00

264 0023 PAKISTAN, from Balochistan, INDUS, c. 2000-1000 BC, ring, circular face, bull's eye design, bronze, 21x19x13mm, F $40.00

264 0027 PAKISTAN, from Balochistan, INDUS, c. 2000-1000 BC, seal ring, conch, pot, grain, bronze, 24x17x15mm, chipped edge, porous, F $75.00

264 0028 PAKISTAN, from Balochistan, INDUS, c. 2000-1000 BC, seal ring, cross, triangles in angles, bronze, 20x21x12mm, F $40.00

207 7270 PAKISTAN, unknown location, INDUS, c. 1800-1000 BC, beads: all are somewhat eccentric, as if they were spindle whorls, but they're kind of small, red clay, 15x22mm, diameter, 8-15mm tall, lot of 4, $18.00

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

123 2379 PAKISTAN, from Sawari, Buner, INDUS, c. 1800-1000 BC, bead, gray soapstone, a) $9.00

226 7436 PAKISTAN, INDUS-BAKTRIAN?, c. 1500-800 BC, arrowheads, tanged leaf shape, bronze, 65-70mm, crude, tip missing, F $6.50

180 7627 PAKISTAN, unknown location in NWFP, INDUS-BAKTRIAN?, c. 1500-800 BC, needle, bronze, 94mm long, eye 3mm wide, 1.28g, rare artifact because of its fragility, $63.00

291 9004 PAKISTAN, Northwest Frontier, BAKTRIAN, c. 1000-300 BC, mattock/axe, 2 blades set at right angles, off center socket, bronze, 109x24x21mm, 111.6g, I imagine this for small cutting work, nicely preserved, F $175.00

291 9005 PAKISTAN, Northwest Frontier, BAKTRIAN, c. 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, c. 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

292 8103 PAKISTAN, Northwest Frontier Province, BAKTRIAN, cleaver c. 2000-500 BC, modern meat cleaver shape but small & thin, bronze, 86x90mm, 37mm tang, 39g, crusty, patinated F $135.00

292 8104 PAKISTAN, Northwest Frontier Province, BAKTRIAN, c. 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, c. 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

308 3002 PAKISTAN, from NWFP, BAKTRIAN, c. 1000-500 BC, seal ring, triangles in rectangle, flowerbud side bosses, bronze, 16x9mm face, 23x19mm overall, VF $95.00

260 9027 PAKISTAN, from NWFP, I have a slightly alternative theory of these things, BAKTRIAN, c. 1000-500 BC, latch, a pierced work leaf on a squared loop, bronze, 59x41mm, 33.95g, slightly out of shape, hard dirt, needs cleaning, $185.00

260 0031 PAKISTAN, from NWFP, BAKTRIAN, c. 1000 BC, seal ring, maybe a stylized bust facing, bronze, 15x19mm face, F+ $68.00

318 1012 PAKISTAN, Northwest Frontier, BAKTRIAN, c. 1000-500 BC, seal ring, 2 stylized arthropods, bronze, 20x10mm face, 2.63g, ring bent, seal face VF $65.00

269 0006 PAKISTAN, from NWFP, BAKTRIAN, c. 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, c. 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 0032 PAKISTAN, from NWFP, BAKTRIAN, 2000-1000 BC, arrowhead, biblade with long barbs & high central spines, bronze, 31x11mm, bit of one barb missing, F $21.00

267 0044 PAKISTAN, from NWFP, BAKTRIAN, c. 2000-1000 BC, ring, formed to look like a coiled wire with decorative knobs, bronze, 22mm dia., 11mm wide, with 9mm tall pedestal 12mm dia. holding remains of round paste jewel, F $72.00

307 1201 PAKISTAN, BAKTRIAN?, c. 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

226 8445 PAKISTAN, Northwest Frontier near Afghan border, BAKTRIAN, c. 1000-500 BC, unguent bottle, teardrop shape, flat-topped expanded lip, 2 bands of corded decoration, bronze, 70mm tall, belly 36mm diameter, heavily patinated, bit of chipping, $125.00

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

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

226 8428 PAKISTAN, BAKTRIAN-GREEK, c. 400-100 BC?, arrowheads, socketed leaf shape, bronze, 37x13mm, 5.77g, broken tip, F $8.50

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

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

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

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

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

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

226 8435 PAKISTAN, BAKTRIAN-GREEK, c. 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, c. 400-100 BC?, arrowheads, socketed leaf shape, nail hole in socket, bronze, 26x9mm, 2.09g, VF $27.00

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

307 1202 PAKISTAN, BAKTRIAN?, c. 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

291 9006 PAKISTAN, Northwest Frontier, GREEK or later?, c. 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

291 9009 PAKISTAN, Northwest Frontier, GREEK or later?, c. 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

231 7519 PAKISTAN, from Kalam, NWFP, GREEK, c. 250-150 BC, string of carved beads, most are simple balls 4-15mm dia., a few disks, tubes, florets, & little pendants with bulls eye decorations, about 600mm string, shell, 87pcs, 500mm string, most have hard smooth surface, a few slightly powdery, $65.00

112 6131 PAKISTAN, from Bajawar, GREEK, c. 300-100 BC, spear head, 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

218 7337 PAKISTAN, Matiltan, Swat, GREEK, c. 250-150 BC, string of carved pieces, one is a complete clam , most have 2 holes, 1 is a white stone slab, shell, 25-70mm, 10 pcs, crude, F $40.00

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

231 7513 PAKISTAN, unknown location in NWFP, GREEK, c. 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 7518 PAKISTAN, from Darel, Gilgit, GREEK, c. 300-100 BC, razor, bronze, 81x15mm, VG $9.00

231 7521 PAKISTAN, from Kalam, NWFP, GREEK, c. 250-150 BC, string of beads, variously shaped lozenges, tubes, balls, lumps, few are decorated,4-12mm, about 300mm long, carved shell, 50 pcs, nice smooth surfaces, $45.00

231 8521 PAKISTAN, from Kalam, NWFP, GREEK, c. 250-150 BC, string of beads, variously shaped lozenges, tubes, balls, lumps, few are decorated,4-12mm, about 300mm long, carved shell, 97 pcs, nice smooth surfaces, $55.00

238 7564 PAKISTAN, from NWFP, GREEK, c. 300-100 BC, earring, nicely contoured conoid on spiral end, bronze, 26x14mm, a bit crusty, otherwise nice, $22.00

322 9209 PAKISTAN, from Gilgit, GREEK, c. 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, c. 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, c. 300-100 BC, ear stud, d) cufflink shape, round conical show, round base, bronze, 21mm dia., 20mm tall, 11.01g, F $15.00

248 1072 PAKISTAN, from Buner, GREEK-SCYTHIAN, c. 250 BC - 100 AD, seal, crudely carved lion R, flat handle with hole at end, bronze, ~35mm diameter, 18mm handle, F $40.00

264 0029 PAKISTAN, from NWFP, GREEK-SCYTHIAN?, c. 300-100 BC, seal, inverted teardrop shape, quadruped walking R, bronze, 13x14mm, VG $36.00

292 8107 PAKISTAN, Northwest Frontier Province, GREEK-SCYTHIAN, c. 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, c. 400 BC -100 AD, spearhead leaf shape blade with thick squared & flared base, wrapped shaft, iron, 33x294mm, lightly chipped blades, VG $100.00

294 9313 PAKISTAN, NORTHWEST FRONTIER, GREEK-SCYTHIAN, c. 300 BC - 100 AD, seal, oval ring gem, face has Zeus standing L, yellowish semitransparent glass, 10x12x2mm, 0.6g, lots of sparkly irridescent surface weathering, VG $21.00

288 0115 PAKISTAN, unknown location in NWFP, GREEK-SCYTHIAN, c. 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, c. 400 BC -100 AD, spearhead, iron, 350x35mm (~12.5x1.4"), split socket, cor, VG $80.00

215 7310 PAKISTAN, from Gilgit, GREEK-SCYTHIAN-KUSHAN, c. 300 BC-200 AD, mirror, handle pierced for hanging, bronze, 73mm diameter on 63x17mm handle, 52.11g, bit of original shiny surface remains, tiny crack at base of handle, otherwise F $85.00

123 2324 PAKISTAN, from Northwest Frontier, GREEK-KUSHAN, bracelet pair, incised decoration, bronze, ~95mm diameter, very nice $63.00

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

293 0005 PAKISTAN, SCYTHIAN, c. 200 BC - 100 AD, ornament, I guess that's a stag running L, fancy antlers all over the place above, looks like there used to be a gem in the eye, 2 studs on back for attaching to leather, bronze, 80x59mm, 2 small casting flaws, hard dirt, patina, bit of active green, F $600.00

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

304 4001 PAKISTAN, from Swat, SCYTHIAN, c. 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

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

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

221 7361 PAKISTAN, from Buner, NWF, KUSHAN?, c. 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

218 7335 PAKISTAN, from NWF, Khwazakhela, EARLY KUSHAN, c. 100-300 AD, sculptural fragment, a bird head, clay, 52x35x36mm, modeled on one side only, probably from a frieze, F $30.00

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

248 7599 PAKISTAN, from Darel, Gilgit, KUSHAN?, c. 50-400 AD, section of an earring, long bangle with beaded section & 4-bladed flared section, hook at top, loop at bottom, bronze, 88x10mm, 9.62g, F $32.00

237 7536 PAKISTAN, from Khwazakkhela, Swat, KUSHAN, c. 100-300 AD, fragment of a figurine, a thumb, clay, 96x45x38mm, finely modelled, monster size, decent, $45.00

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

226 8447 PAKISTAN, from Barikot, KUSHAN, c. 100-400 AD, bell, hemispherical, loop at top, bronze, 45mm tall, 36mm dia., 43.16g, crusty, F $40.00

237 7537 PAKISTAN, from Nangrial, Swat, KUSHAN, c. 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, c. 100-400 AD, sculpture fragment, hand, fingers folded, thumb touching forefinger, bronze, 12x26x8mm, 18x26x8mm, 12.4g, F $51.00

133 7271 PAKISTAN, from Swat region, NWFP, KUSHAN, c. 100-400 AD, beads, most round or tubular, some tooth shaped, square, etc., few with simple decoration, nicely arranged in 460mm (~18") string, shell, few alabaster, 3-15mm, wearable, nice $85.00

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

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

214 7299 PAKISTAN, from Gilgit, NWF, KUSHAN-HEPHTHALITE, c. 100-500 AD, bead lot, most are crude 10mm bicones, others are 6-8mm ferrules, few are thicker & decorated (older?), mostly bronze, few light color, might be silver, 37.5g total, 37 pcs, VG-VF $65.00

229 17475 PAKISTAN, KIDARITE-HEPHTHALITE, c. 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

293 9003 PAKISTAN, KUSHAN-SHAHI, c. 100-1000 AD, khanjar, spatula shaped, rounded tip, straight tang, bronze, 190mm long, 0.5mm thick 95mm long blade tapers from 50 to 20mm, 31.41g, edge nick, VF $65.00

123 2349 PAKISTAN, from Udigram, KUSHAN-ISLAMIC?, c. 100-1200 AD, honey spoon?, serrated edges, flat, bronze, 300mm long, "blade" is 70mm long, 40mm wide, bent blade, F $40.00

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

226 8439 PAKISTAN, KUSHAN-ISLAMIC, c. 100-1000 AD, kohl applicator (salai), head is a "hand" with 4 stubby "fingers," tip is bulbous, bronze, 128x7mm, 7.84g, Beard comb? Back scratcher? My gut feeling is that this is mid-late medieval. Complete, VF $42.00

226 8440 PAKISTAN, KUSHAN-ISLAMIC, c. 100-1000 AD, kohl applicator (salai), bulbous tips on both ends, bronze, 87x4mm, 4.74g, complete, "F" $21.00

322 9212 PAKISTAN, KUSHAN-ISLAMIC, c. 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

250 7615 PAKISTAN, from Darel, NWFP, SASANIAN, c. 250-350 AD, earring, long bangle with beaded section & 4-bladed flared section, hook at top, loop at bottom, bronze, 78x14x14mm, crusty surface, should clean up OK, $27.00

250 7617 PAKISTAN, from Darel, NWFP, SASANIAN, c. 250-350 AD, earring, long bangle with beaded section & 4-bladed flared section, hook at top, iron ferrule beneath, loop at bottom, bronze, 81x7x7mm, nice, $36.00

252 7027 PAKISTAN, from Darel, NWFP, SASANIAN, c. 250-350 AD, lot of buttons, rounded to conical with crossbar for fastening, bronze, 2x 15mm dia., 1x 29mm, 11.47g, 3 pcs, F-VF $25.00

123 6521 PAKISTAN, from Darel, Gilgit, NWFP, SASANIAN, c. 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, c. 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, c. 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 0112 PAKISTAN, from NWFP, HEPHTHALITE-SHAHI?, c. 400-700 AD, seal, bird R, flower behind, rectangular, no loop, bronze, 14x17x2mm, 3.4g, VF $95.00

260 0051 PAKISTAN, from NWFP, HEPHTHALITE, c. 400-700 AD, seal, 3-letter inscription that might read Kha-Mu-Ha in Brahmi, bronze, 24x17mm, F $175.00

267 0047 PAKISTAN, from NWFP, HEPHTHALITE?, c. 400-700 AD, seal, 2 birds face each other, bronze, 19x16mm rectangular, probably there used to be a ring on the back, VF $85.00

269 0007 PAKISTAN, from NWFP, HEPHTHALITE, c. 400-700 AD, seal, round with 2 loops on back, a bungled swastica!, bronze, 12mm dia., one loop bent, XF $175.00

269 0008 PAKISTAN, from NWFP, HEPHTHALITE, c. 400-700 AD, seal, swastica pointing clockwise, bronze, 20mm square, a ring was broken off the back, VF $225.00

224 7427 PAKISTAN, from Rustam, Mardan, (cave), HEPHTHALITE, c. 400-700 AD, seal, symbols or unread inscription, bronze, 22x18mm rectangular, e) ring missing from back, smooth surface, VF $200.00

292 8105 PAKISTAN, Northwest Frontier Province, HEPHTHALITE, c. 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

224 1412 PAKISTAN, from Udigram (cave), HEPHTHALITE-ISLAMIC, c. 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, c. 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?, c. 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 0108 PAKISTAN, HEPHTHALITE-SHAHI?, c. 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?, c. 700-1000 AD, spear butt, chisel shaped end, short socket, iron, 145mm long, $80.00

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

237 7540 PAKISTAN, from Nangrial, Swat, found with Vakka Deva coppers, SHAHI, c. 750-1000 AD, pair of bracelets, open ended, some incised decoration at ends, bronze, 92mm dia., 6mm thick, 8mm wide, nice with smooth surfaces, $75.00

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

237 7550 PAKISTAN, from Takhtband, Buner, SHAHI, c. 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, c. 750-1000 AD, bracelet, oval cross section, expanded ends, bronze, 60x55mm, nice patina, $16.00

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

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

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

322 9214 PAKISTAN, SHAHI-ISLAMIC, c. 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, c. 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

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

250 0048 PAKISTAN, ISLAMIC (?), c. 1000-1700 AD, ring, hollow hemisphere with incised flower on face, components are soldered together, bronze, 19mm face, USA size 8-8.5, 20mm i.d., dent in side wall, aVF $44.00

237 7553 PAKISTAN, ISLAMIC, c. 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, c. 1100-1800, knife, backed blade, short tang, iron, 179x20x5mm, corroded, $16.00

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

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

319 1064 PAKISTAN, from NWFP, Swat, ISLAMIC, c. 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

243 7581 PAKISTAN, ISLAMIC, c. 1000-1200 AD, bead, in shape of a perched bird, bronze, 18x10mm, bits of crust, VF $21.00

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

260 9054 PAKISTAN, from NWFP, 15-18th c.?, plaque, an asparasa, bronze, 69x44mm, 27.31g, artwork is quite crude, part of a larger piece, 2 cracks, F $77.00

260 9055 PAKISTAN, from Sind, ISLAMIC, 17-19th c., pair of ornamental horse bridle fittings, oval with 3 loops & foliar decoration, on top loop is attached another ornate loop with more foliar decoration, bronze, 34x43mm bits of crust, VF $22.00

260 9056 PAKISTAN, from Sind, ISLAMIC, 18-early 20th c., pair of ornamental horse tack fittings, round, multilobed edge, floral & foliar motif, 2 loops on back, silver with green, blue & orange cloisonne enamel, 34mm diameter, VF $65.00

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

259 0043 PAKISTAN, Unknown period, ring, very worn crenellations, silver, 20mm, $9.00

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?, c. 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

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

292 8110 PAKISTAN, Northwest Frontier Province, probably a door pull, 10-19th c.? fancy weathervane arrow shape, nubs of 2 iron fasteners on back, bronze, 51x208mm, 196.3g, patinated VF $35.00

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

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

301 2556 PAKISTAN, UNKNOWN PERIOD, salai, a pick with a hand at the holding end, bronze, shaft 3mm, hand 16mm wide, 55mm long, 8.3g, this could be anything from bronze age to 14th c., pretty old I think, point missing, maybe this is ~1/2 of the original length, bits of crust, F $40.00

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

316 1296 PALESTINE, ball, smooth surface, imperfectly spherical, white stone, 16mm, ex- Downey-Lepczyk auction #78, 1987, described as 1st. c. AD, VF $24.00

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

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

155 5333 UKRAINE, from Lvov region, SCYTHIAN, c. 300-100 BC, earring, teardrop shape with a 12x2.5mm applique of twisted gold wire decoration of circles between cords, on half of the belly, gold, 19x8mm, 0.5g, no hook, small dent, VF+ $150.00

239 0024 UKRAINE, BYZANTINE, more or less, c. 600-1000 AD, lot of bracelet fragments, 3 are twisted, largest is 47mm long, glass, 4 pcs $24.00

238 1709 UKRAINE, 19th c., icon, Mother of God of Smolensk, bronze, 70x50mm, aaa-439 VF $90.00

238 2071 UKRAINE, from Lvov region, near Veliki Lubni, SARMATIAN/SCYTHIAN, c. 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, c. 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, c. 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, c. 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, c. 800-500 BC, ingot, rounded all over, bronze, a) 47x9x7mm, 18.2g, aaa-444 $160.00

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

155 2720 UKRAINE, CELTIC?, c. 200 BC?, ring, knobs all over outer surface, bronze, 29mm outher diameter, 9.5g, reminds me of "Celtic wheel money" found from France to Bulgaria, crude, corroded VG $43.00

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 $12.50

155 2726 UKRAINE, c. 300 BC-1000 AD?, bells, minimal linear decoration, 15-23mm wide, 3 pieces, flaws, bent, splits, $18.50

287 5008 USA, NORTH CAROLINA, Crabtree Creek, Raleigh, Wake Co., right beside the mall, middle archaic, c. 5000-3000 BC, ball, tan stone, 12mm, found with Guilford points, Intact $21.00

322 9219 USA, TENNESSEE, Grainger Co., Archaic or later, c. 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

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

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

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

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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