Roman Empire - 2nd - 3rd century A.D. - Europe
|Century/ Timeframe:||Roman Empire - 2nd - 3rd century A.D.|
|Dimensions (in cm):||3,6cm.|
|Condition:||Good Condition, See Photo|
Ancient Roman Bronze Knee Fibula
Material:Bronze / natural patina.
Date: 2nd - 3rd century A.D.
Condition: see photos to get a good impression.
Shipping method: registered mail.
Purchased by the current owner on 2013 in Austria from "Antique & Collectors Fair"
The seller can prove that the lot was obtained legally, documentation seen by Catawiki.
The Supplier warrants that it has obtained this lot in a legal manner.
Obtained from a private collection.
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The seller will inform the buyer about this if this takes more than a few days.
|Member since:||May 27, 2016|
Fast Shipping. And this lot had a few nice lage coins in it!
Ring has a significant repair that was not reported in the listing.
Very disapointed with my purchase!
Had to be an ancient bronze ring but it's not, it's just a fake copy of one. Not even bronze material.
A shame that you can buy stuff like that here...Dear Sir,
in our team there are laureate numismatist and archaeologist who carefully check every item before we put to the auction, than there are experts from Catawiki who precisely select every single lot for the auction. In this case there is even nothing suspicious, because the ring is bronze and original. But like we already wrote you in private message which you didnt respond if you are not content from your purchase, we could stop this transaction and you will got your money back!!
I would expect your response, otherwise I would guess that this feedback has only goal to destroy my reputation after years of hard work and 100% positive feedbacks.
With kind regards
The seller will ship the item(s) within 3 working days after receiving confirmation of payment.
Shipping costs are for mainland destinations only.
|Rest of Europe||$11.66|
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