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100-300AD Authentic Ancient Roman Bronze Fibula Brooch Artefact circa

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Seller: got1go (299) 100%, Location: Shrewsbury, Ships to: GB & many other countries, Item: 112206233894 100-300AD Authentic Ancient Roman Bronze Fibula Brooch Artefact circa Reduced from £533 to £400.00. Please note these are my investments and I don't need to sell these for 10 years at least ! So I have 10 years of offers to look forward to. All my coins and other items are items of distinction n come with expert authenticity and are guaranteed for life etc. So investments increase in value over time and I don't need to sell them. If you press the buy it now button of course it's yours or put in a sensible offer. Just like every item on here I don't need to sell them for 10 years n every sale I get is reinvested into the gallery immediately and not in my pocket ! So my items are an ever changing gallery through sales n reinvestments . I add to it monthly. I will continually do this over the next 10 years to. Authentic Ancient Roman Bronze Fibula Brooch circa 100-300 A.D. 4.0 x 2.5 x 1.1 centimeters (10.41 grams) Material: Bronze Provenance: From private collection in the United States of America. Ownership History: From private collection in the United States, bought in private sale in the United States of America. You are buying the exact item pictured, provided with a Certificate of Authenticity and Lifetime Guarantee of Authenticity. A Fibula (Latin "to fasten") is an ancient brooch. Technically, the Latin term fibulae refers specifically to Roman brooches, however, the term is widely used to refer to brooches from the entire ancient andearly medieval world. Unlike modern brooches, fibulae were not only decorative, they originally served a practical function: to fasten clothes, including cloaks. Fibulae replaced straight pins that were used to fasten clothing in the Neolithic period and Bronze Age. In turn, fibulae were replaced as clothing fasteners in the Middle Ages by buttons. Their descendant, the modern safety-pin, remains in use today. There are hundreds of different types and variations of fibulae. They are usually divided into families or groups based on historical period, geography and/or cultural grouping. Fibulae are also divided into classes based on their general forms. Colour: Bronze, Type: Brooches, Material: Bronze, Provenance: Ownership History Available

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