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Welcome to the auction sale 239 of Gorny & Mosch!

    • Lot 76: Chalcidian helmet.
    • Lot 125: Head of a bearded man.
    • Lot 447: Figural vessel.
    • Lot 505: Brooch with cameo.
    • Lot 76: Chalcidian helmet.
    • Lot 125: Head of a bearded man.
    • Lot 447: Figural vessel.
    • Lot 505: Brooch with cameo.
    • 4th - 2nd century B.C. Bronze with tinned surface. Excellent condition. Estimate: 25,000 Euros

    • Late Classical, early Hellenistic, 4th - 3rd century B.C. Marble. Excellent style! Estimate: 2,500 euros

    • Chorrera, about 800 B.C. - 200 A.D. Clay with painting. Seated 'cargador'. Estimate: 4,500 euros

    • Italy, about 1800. Chalcedony depicting the bust of Heracles. Estimate: 5,200 euros

    • Lot 76: Chalcidian helmet.
    • Lot 125: Head of a bearded man.
    • Lot 447: Figural vessel.
    • Lot 505: Brooch with cameo.
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