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Welcome to the auction sale 243 of Gorny & Mosch!

    • Lot 2: Head of Hermes.
    • Lot 48: Silver skyphos.
    • Lot 86: Attic bell-krater of the Telos Painter.
    • Lot 614: Icon 'St. George with the dragon'.
    • Lot 2: Head of Hermes.
    • Lot 48: Silver skyphos.
    • Lot 86: Attic bell-krater of the Telos Painter.
    • Lot 614: Icon 'St. George with the dragon'.
    • Roman, about 170 A.D., after a Late Classical Greek prototype about 350 B.C. Estimate: 8,000 Euros

    • Late Hellenistic, with graffiti and gilded profile. Estimate: 8,000 euros

    • Red-figure, early 4th century B.C., with Satyr and maenads and youths. Estimate: 15,000 euros

    • Moscow, 2nd half of 19th century, with silver-gilt oklad and townmark. Estimate: 2,800 euros

    • Lot 2: Head of Hermes.
    • Lot 48: Silver skyphos.
    • Lot 86: Attic bell-krater of the Telos Painter.
    • Lot 614: Icon 'St. George with the dragon'.
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