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Welcome to the after-sale of auction 248 of Gorny & Mosch!

    • Lot 185: Fulcrum applique.
    • Lot 265A: Necklace.
    • Lot 428: Multi handled jar.
    • Lot 591: Stone mask.
    • Lot 185: Fulcrum applique.
    • Lot 265A: Necklace.
    • Lot 428: Multi handled jar.
    • Lot 591: Stone mask.
    • Bust of a Silenos. Bronze. Late Hellenistic, 1st century B.C. Excellent style! Estimate: 15,000 Euros

    • Late Classical, 2nd half 4th century B.C. Gold. Marvelous Quality! Estimate: 30,000 euros

    • 4th - 5th century A.D. Greenish clear glass. One handle lost, otherwise intact. Estimate: 6,000 euros

    • Teotihuacan, 100 - 650 A.D. Alabaster. Masterpiece! Ex Coll. Marschall. Estimate: 3,000 euros

    • Lot 185: Fulcrum applique.
    • Lot 265A: Necklace.
    • Lot 428: Multi handled jar.
    • Lot 591: Stone mask.
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