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Welcome to the auction sale 231 of Gorny & Mosch!

    • Lot 18A: Bronze horse.
    • Lot 34: Silver beaker.
    • Lot 58: Terra sigillata gobelet.
    • Lot 99: Mummy mask.
    • Lot 18A: Bronze horse.
    • Lot 34: Silver beaker.
    • Lot 58: Terra sigillata gobelet.
    • Lot 99: Mummy mask.
    • Geometric, 8th century B.C., green patina, with openwork stand. Estimate: 10,000,- euros

    • Greek, 5th century B.C., with gilded friezes. Estimate: 15,000,- euros

    • Roman, Arezzo, early 1st century A.D., with ivy tendril and korymboi. Estimate: 7,000 euros

    • Ptolemaic, 3rd - 1st century B.C., gilded, with original export licence. Estimate: 4,000 Euros

    • Lot 18A: Bronze horse.
    • Lot 34: Silver beaker.
    • Lot 58: Terra sigillata gobelet.
    • Lot 99: Mummy mask.
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