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Lot 762    SESSION 2 (2.00PM TUESDAY 28TH JULY)    Miscellaneous

Estimate $80
SOLD $50

ROMAN, bronze fibula, (c.2nd-4th century A.D.), of shield form terminating in four points, decorated with central triangular inlays, (42mm x 34mm). Toned, very fine and a scarce shape.

From an old Sydney collection.

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