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'The Tenby' Hiberno-Norse Viking Penannular Brooch

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'The Tenby' Hiberno-Norse Viking Penannular Brooch
Item Details
Description
8th-9th century AD. A bronze penannular brooch comprising a round-section crescent with flared ends terminating in two curved spatulate flat panels each with a ropework border surrounding a two-band knotwork motif. Treasure Hunting Magazine, Portable Antiquities Scheme Corner, November 2021, p.38. 10.55 grams, 62mm wide (2 1/2''"). Found whilst searching with a metal detector on a beach, probably having been washed out of a Viking burial from an overlooking cliff near Tenby, Pembrokeshire, UK, on Thursday 7th April 2016 by Kelvin Maddocks. Recorded with the Portable Antiquities Scheme (PAS) with reference number NMGW-DA579E. Accompanied by a copy of the PAS report including a museum drawing of the object, a copy of report number NMWPA 2016.43 sent to the finder. Accompanied by a copy of the relevant Treasure Hunting Magazine pages where it has recently been published.
Condition
Fine condition, cleaned and conserved.
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'The Tenby' Hiberno-Norse Viking Penannular Brooch

Estimate £1,000 - £1,400
Feb 22, 2022
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Starting Price £700
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0375: 'The Tenby' Hiberno-Norse Viking Penannular Brooch

Sold for £2,400
19 Bids
Est. £1,000 - £1,400Starting Price £700
TimeLine Auctions Antiquities Sale - Day 1
Feb 22, 2022 4:00 AM EST
Buyer's Premium 35%

Lot 0375 Details

Description
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8th-9th century AD. A bronze penannular brooch comprising a round-section crescent with flared ends terminating in two curved spatulate flat panels each with a ropework border surrounding a two-band knotwork motif. Treasure Hunting Magazine, Portable Antiquities Scheme Corner, November 2021, p.38. 10.55 grams, 62mm wide (2 1/2''"). Found whilst searching with a metal detector on a beach, probably having been washed out of a Viking burial from an overlooking cliff near Tenby, Pembrokeshire, UK, on Thursday 7th April 2016 by Kelvin Maddocks. Recorded with the Portable Antiquities Scheme (PAS) with reference number NMGW-DA579E. Accompanied by a copy of the PAS report including a museum drawing of the object, a copy of report number NMWPA 2016.43 sent to the finder. Accompanied by a copy of the relevant Treasure Hunting Magazine pages where it has recently been published.
Condition
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Fine condition, cleaned and conserved.

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