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Welcome to auction 252 of Gorny & Mosch!

    • Lot 61: Attic cup.
    • Lot 257: Marble head of a bearded god.
    • Lot 282: Geometric bronze horse.
    • Lot 310: Geek silver beaker
    • Lot 61: Attic cup.
    • Lot 257: Marble head of a bearded god.
    • Lot 282: Geometric bronze horse.
    • Lot 310: Geek silver beaker
    • Near the Pithos Painter. About 510 B.C. Red-figure, published. Estimate: 15,000 Euros

    • Late 2nd / early 3rd century A.D. (Zeus, Poseidon, Hades, Asklepios or river god). Estimate: 32,000 euros

    • Laconia, 8th century B.C. Excellent enamel patina. Estimate: 15,000 euros

    • Late 4th century B.C., calyx cup, with medaillon inside depicting a silenus. Estimate: 15,000 euros

    • Lot 61: Attic cup.
    • Lot 257: Marble head of a bearded god.
    • Lot 282: Geometric bronze horse.
    • Lot 310: Geek silver beaker
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