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Item: i28531 Authentic Ancient Coin of: Greek City of Kyme in Asia Minor Bronze 11mm(1.23 grams) Struck circa 350 B.C. Reference: Sear 4186; B.M.C. 17.106.20 ... moreEagle standing right. Wings closed. K- Y on either side of one-handled vase. By far the most important of the Aiolian coastal cities. Kyme was situated southwest of Myrina. For much of its history it was dominated by great powers- Persia, Athens, the Hellenistic Kingdoms and, finally, Rome. You are bidding on the exact item pictured. Provided with a Certificate of Authenticity and Lifetime Guarantee of Authenticity. Cyme(or Kymi. Also: Phriconis. Modern Namurt) was an ancient Greek city in Aeolis( Asia Minor) close to the kingdom of Lydia. The Aeolians regarded Cyme as the largest and most important of their twelve cities. Which were located on the coastline of Asia Minor(modern day Turkey) As a result of their direct access to the sea. Unlike most non-landlocked settlements of the ancient world, trade is believed to have prospered. In his Histories. Herodotus makes reference to Cyme(or Phriconis) as being one of the cities in which the rebel Lydian governor Pactyes sought refuge. Following his attempted rebellion against the Persian King Cyrus the Great: 1] Pactyes. When he learnt that an army was already on his tracks and near, took fright and fled to Cyme, and Mazares the Mede marched to Sardis with a detachment of Cyrus' troops. Finding Pactyes and his supporters and his supporters gone. The first thing he did was to compel the Lydians to carry out Cyrus' orders— as a result of which they altered from that moment their whole way of life; he then sent a demand to Cyme that Pactyes should be surrendered, and the men of the town decided to consult the oracle at Branchidae as to whether they should obey…The messengers returned home to report. And the citizens of Cyme were prepared in consequence to give up the wanted man. Location Both the author of the'life of Homer' and Strabo the ancient geographer. Locate Cyme north of the Hermus riv
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(Strabo: 622) Archaeological finds such as coins give reference also to a river, believed to be that of the Hyllus . The Ionians arrived in Hellas around ... more1600 and mixed with the original inhabitants while the Dorians arrived 500 years later and enslaved them, without learning anything from their culture.
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Item: i28531 Authentic Ancient Coin of: Greek City of Kyme in Asia Minor Bronze 11mm(1.23 grams) Struck circa 350 B.C. Reference: Sear 4186; B.M.C. 17.106.20 ... moreEagle standing right. Wings closed. K- Y on either side of one-handled vase. By far the most important of the Aiolian coastal cities. Kyme was situated southwest of Myrina. For much of its history it was dominated by great powers- Persia, Athens, the Hellenistic Kingdoms and, finally, Rome. You are bidding on the exact item pictured. Provided with a Certificate of Authenticity and Lifetime Guarantee of Authenticity. Cyme(or Kymi. Also: Phriconis. Modern Namurt) was an ancient Greek city in Aeolis( Asia Minor) close to the kingdom of Lydia. The Aeolians regarded Cyme as the largest and most important of their twelve cities. Which were located on the coastline of Asia Minor(modern day Turkey) As a result of their direct access to the sea. Unlike most non-landlocked settlements of the ancient world, trade is believed to have prospered. In his Histories. Herodotus makes reference to Cyme(or Phriconis) as being one of the cities in which the rebel Lydian governor Pactyes sought refuge. Following his attempted rebellion against the Persian King Cyrus the Great: 1] Pactyes. When he learnt that an army was already on his tracks and near, took fright and fled to Cyme, and Mazares the Mede marched to Sardis with a detachment of Cyrus' troops. Finding Pactyes and his supporters and his supporters gone. The first thing he did was to compel the Lydians to carry out Cyrus' orders— as a result of which they altered from that moment their whole way of life; he then sent a demand to Cyme that Pactyes should be surrendered, and the men of the town decided to consult the oracle at Branchidae as to whether they should obey…The messengers returned home to report. And the citizens of Cyme were prepared in consequence to give up the wanted man. Location Both the author of the'life of Homer' and Strabo the ancient geographer. Locate Cyme north of the Hermus riv
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(Strabo: 622) Archaeological finds such as coins give reference also to a river, believed to be that of the Hyllus . The Ionians arrived in Hellas around ... more1600 and mixed with the original inhabitants while the Dorians arrived 500 years later and enslaved them, without learning anything from their culture.
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The old-style tetradrachm of Athens is famous for its almond shaped eye, archaic smile, and charming owl reverse. On the reverse, a crescent moon was ... moreadded. Athena / Owl. OVERALL CONDITION: FAIR. I do not provide Doctorate less value for International Sale, DO NOT EVEN ASK THIS.
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The old-style tetradrachm of Athens is famous for its almond shaped eye, archaic smile, and charming owl reverse. On the reverse, a crescent moon was ... moreadded. OVERALL CONDITION: FAIR. I do not provide Doctorate less value for International Sale, DO NOT EVEN ASK THIS.
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Beautiful Almond shaped eye, impressive Archaic smile and breath taking charming Owl ,a superb beauty ex The Sam Mansourati Collection. Athens mint. Struck ... morebetween 449 - 413 B.C. During the period 449 - 413 B.C.
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VI, 6; SNG Ashmolean 660; SNG BnF 1195; SNG Cop 191; SNGvA 1295; BMC Mysia p. 83, 36 ff.. AR Silver Diobol. Authentic Valuable and A Superb Art. The photo ... moreis a superb studio photo. Sold as is. Obverse: Janiform female head, wearing taenia and disk earring.
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Olbia, Sarmatia, c. 5th Century B.C. Obverse: dolphin with raised eye and dorsal fin, no tail. Reverse : The Greek letter Thee-ta Y. Books & Ref :SNG ... moreBM 373, SNG Pushkin 27, SNG Cop 69, SNG Stancomb 339.
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(Strabo: 622) Archaeological finds such as coins give reference also to a river, believed to be that of the Hyllus . The Ionians arrived in Hellas around ... more1600 and mixed with the original inhabitants while the Dorians arrived 500 years later and enslaved them, without learning anything from their culture.
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Item: i28531 Authentic Ancient Coin of: Greek City of Kyme in Asia Minor Bronze 11mm(1.23 grams) Struck circa 350 B.C. Reference: Sear 4186; B.M.C. 17.106.20 ... moreEagle standing right. Wings closed. K- Y on either side of one-handled vase. By far the most important of the Aiolian coastal cities. Kyme was situated southwest of Myrina. For much of its history it was dominated by great powers- Persia, Athens, the Hellenistic Kingdoms and, finally, Rome. You are bidding on the exact item pictured. Provided with a Certificate of Authenticity and Lifetime Guarantee of Authenticity. Cyme(or Kymi. Also: Phriconis. Modern Namurt) was an ancient Greek city in Aeolis( Asia Minor) close to the kingdom of Lydia. The Aeolians regarded Cyme as the largest and most important of their twelve cities. Which were located on the coastline of Asia Minor(modern day Turkey) As a result of their direct access to the sea. Unlike most non-landlocked settlements of the ancient world, trade is believed to have prospered. In his Histories. Herodotus makes reference to Cyme(or Phriconis) as being one of the cities in which the rebel Lydian governor Pactyes sought refuge. Following his attempted rebellion against the Persian King Cyrus the Great: 1] Pactyes. When he learnt that an army was already on his tracks and near, took fright and fled to Cyme, and Mazares the Mede marched to Sardis with a detachment of Cyrus' troops. Finding Pactyes and his supporters and his supporters gone. The first thing he did was to compel the Lydians to carry out Cyrus' orders— as a result of which they altered from that moment their whole way of life; he then sent a demand to Cyme that Pactyes should be surrendered, and the men of the town decided to consult the oracle at Branchidae as to whether they should obey…The messengers returned home to report. And the citizens of Cyme were prepared in consequence to give up the wanted man. Location Both the author of the'life of Homer' and Strabo the ancient geographer. Locate Cyme north of the Hermus riv
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Item: i28531 Authentic Ancient Coin of: Greek City of Kyme in Asia Minor Bronze 11mm(1.23 grams) Struck circa 350 B.C. Reference: Sear 4186; B.M.C. 17.106.20 ... moreEagle standing right. Wings closed. K- Y on either side of one-handled vase. By far the most important of the Aiolian coastal cities. Kyme was situated southwest of Myrina. For much of its history it was dominated by great powers- Persia, Athens, the Hellenistic Kingdoms and, finally, Rome. You are bidding on the exact item pictured. Provided with a Certificate of Authenticity and Lifetime Guarantee of Authenticity. Cyme(or Kymi. Also: Phriconis. Modern Namurt) was an ancient Greek city in Aeolis( Asia Minor) close to the kingdom of Lydia. The Aeolians regarded Cyme as the largest and most important of their twelve cities. Which were located on the coastline of Asia Minor(modern day Turkey) As a result of their direct access to the sea. Unlike most non-landlocked settlements of the ancient world, trade is believed to have prospered. In his Histories. Herodotus makes reference to Cyme(or Phriconis) as being one of the cities in which the rebel Lydian governor Pactyes sought refuge. Following his attempted rebellion against the Persian King Cyrus the Great: 1] Pactyes. When he learnt that an army was already on his tracks and near, took fright and fled to Cyme, and Mazares the Mede marched to Sardis with a detachment of Cyrus' troops. Finding Pactyes and his supporters and his supporters gone. The first thing he did was to compel the Lydians to carry out Cyrus' orders— as a result of which they altered from that moment their whole way of life; he then sent a demand to Cyme that Pactyes should be surrendered, and the men of the town decided to consult the oracle at Branchidae as to whether they should obey…The messengers returned home to report. And the citizens of Cyme were prepared in consequence to give up the wanted man. Location Both the author of the'life of Homer' and Strabo the ancient geographer. Locate Cyme north of the Hermus riv
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Item: i28531 Authentic Ancient Coin of: Greek City of Kyme in Asia Minor Bronze 11mm(1.23 grams) Struck circa 350 B.C. Reference: Sear 4186; B.M.C. 17.106.20 ... moreEagle standing right. Wings closed. K- Y on either side of one-handled vase. By far the most important of the Aiolian coastal cities. Kyme was situated southwest of Myrina. For much of its history it was dominated by great powers- Persia, Athens, the Hellenistic Kingdoms and, finally, Rome. You are bidding on the exact item pictured. Provided with a Certificate of Authenticity and Lifetime Guarantee of Authenticity. Cyme(or Kymi. Also: Phriconis. Modern Namurt) was an ancient Greek city in Aeolis( Asia Minor) close to the kingdom of Lydia. The Aeolians regarded Cyme as the largest and most important of their twelve cities. Which were located on the coastline of Asia Minor(modern day Turkey) As a result of their direct access to the sea. Unlike most non-landlocked settlements of the ancient world, trade is believed to have prospered. In his Histories. Herodotus makes reference to Cyme(or Phriconis) as being one of the cities in which the rebel Lydian governor Pactyes sought refuge. Following his attempted rebellion against the Persian King Cyrus the Great: 1] Pactyes. When he learnt that an army was already on his tracks and near, took fright and fled to Cyme, and Mazares the Mede marched to Sardis with a detachment of Cyrus' troops. Finding Pactyes and his supporters and his supporters gone. The first thing he did was to compel the Lydians to carry out Cyrus' orders— as a result of which they altered from that moment their whole way of life; he then sent a demand to Cyme that Pactyes should be surrendered, and the men of the town decided to consult the oracle at Branchidae as to whether they should obey…The messengers returned home to report. And the citizens of Cyme were prepared in consequence to give up the wanted man. Location Both the author of the'life of Homer' and Strabo the ancient geographer. Locate Cyme north of the Hermus riv
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Item: i28531 Authentic Ancient Coin of: Greek City of Kyme in Asia Minor Bronze 11mm(1.23 grams) Struck circa 350 B.C. Reference: Sear 4186; B.M.C. 17.106.20 ... moreEagle standing right. Wings closed. K- Y on either side of one-handled vase. By far the most important of the Aiolian coastal cities. Kyme was situated southwest of Myrina. For much of its history it was dominated by great powers- Persia, Athens, the Hellenistic Kingdoms and, finally, Rome. You are bidding on the exact item pictured. Provided with a Certificate of Authenticity and Lifetime Guarantee of Authenticity. Cyme(or Kymi. Also: Phriconis. Modern Namurt) was an ancient Greek city in Aeolis( Asia Minor) close to the kingdom of Lydia. The Aeolians regarded Cyme as the largest and most important of their twelve cities. Which were located on the coastline of Asia Minor(modern day Turkey) As a result of their direct access to the sea. Unlike most non-landlocked settlements of the ancient world, trade is believed to have prospered. In his Histories. Herodotus makes reference to Cyme(or Phriconis) as being one of the cities in which the rebel Lydian governor Pactyes sought refuge. Following his attempted rebellion against the Persian King Cyrus the Great: 1] Pactyes. When he learnt that an army was already on his tracks and near, took fright and fled to Cyme, and Mazares the Mede marched to Sardis with a detachment of Cyrus' troops. Finding Pactyes and his supporters and his supporters gone. The first thing he did was to compel the Lydians to carry out Cyrus' orders— as a result of which they altered from that moment their whole way of life; he then sent a demand to Cyme that Pactyes should be surrendered, and the men of the town decided to consult the oracle at Branchidae as to whether they should obey…The messengers returned home to report. And the citizens of Cyme were prepared in consequence to give up the wanted man. Location Both the author of the'life of Homer' and Strabo the ancient geographer. Locate Cyme north of the Hermus riv
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Rarity Roman Republic,Second Triumvirate, Octavian and Mark Antony, Late 40 - Early 39 B.C. Obverse : CAESAR - IMP, bare head of Octavian right. Reverse ... more: ANTONIVS IMP (refers to Mark Antony ), winged caduceus.
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FORVM Greek Terracotta Seated Male Figure 3rd-2nd Century BC ex Malloy
Greek. Terracotta Seated Male Figure, 3rd- 2nd Century B.C. We are pleased to offer Alex G. Malloy's personal collection of Greek antiquities. Mr. Malloy. Now retired but consulting for Forum, was a dealer in antiquities for 40 years. We hope you find a few nice pieces here to enhance your collection. From the collection of Alex G. Malloy. Former dealer in antiquities for 40 years. AT35513. references: Terracotta figure of seated man; 2 inches tall; tan-beige ware. Drapery on shoulder, hollow, side away from camera is missing; condition: Average, additional comments: with clear plexiglass base stand(not shown) estimated value: $109, GUARANTEE Guaranteed Delivery- We guarantee delivery or we will offer a refund. Replacement or store credit. Authenticity Guaranteed For Eternity- Any item deemed a forgery may be returned anytime forever ... morefor a refund of the purchase price. If any coin purchased from Forum is deemed a forgery by the ACCS. IGC, NGC or PCGS, we will pay the authentication fee plus a refund. SHIPPING OPTIONS COMBINED SHIPPING AT THE SINGLE ITEM SHIPPING RATE FOR AUCTIONS WON WITHIN 3 DAYS. Please note combined shipping is STRICTLY limited to auctions won within 3 days. Please consider the benefits of tracking provided by express mail. Some options are not available for all items or to all locations(for example. Global Express may not be available for books and Global Priority is not available to Italy) U.S. Shipping Options: 1st Class Mail(ONLY FOR COINS(ANY NUMBER) ONLY FOR ORDERS UNDER $200) $3 Priority Mail(ONLY FOR ORDERS UNDER $200) $9 Registered Mail(slow. Normally 2- 3 weeks) $18 Express Mail- $21 Federal Express- $35 International Shipping Options: International 1st Class Mail(ONLY FOR COINS(ANY NUMBER) ONLY FOR ORDERS UNDER $200) $5 Global Priority Mail(ONLY FOR ORDERS UNDER $200) $20 International Registered Mail(slow. Normally 2- 6 weeks) $20 Global Express Mail- $45 Federal Express- $68 PAYMENT OPTIONS If you are the winning bidder. You will receive an emai
FORVM Greek Small 3¼ inches Black Glazed Pelike 4th Century BC ex Malloy
Greek. Small Black Glazed Pelike, 4th Century B.C. We are pleased to offer Alex G. Malloy's personal collection of Greek antiquities. Mr. Malloy. Now retired but consulting for Forum, was a dealer in antiquities for 40 years. We hope you find a few nice pieces here to enhance your collection. From the collection of Alex G. Malloy. Former dealer in antiquities for 40 years. AK35516. references: Small black glazed pelike; 3 ¼' high; bulbous body. Narrow neck, flaring rim, strap handles(one missing) flanged base; condition: Choice. Additional comments: variegated red-orange and black glaze; restoration to rim; estimated value: $218, GUARANTEE Guaranteed Delivery- We guarantee delivery or we will offer a refund. Replacement or store credit. Authenticity Guaranteed For Eternity- Any item deemed a forgery may be returned anytime forever ... morefor a refund of the purchase price. If any coin purchased from Forum is deemed a forgery by the ACCS. IGC, NGC or PCGS, we will pay the authentication fee plus a refund. SHIPPING OPTIONS COMBINED SHIPPING AT THE SINGLE ITEM SHIPPING RATE FOR AUCTIONS WON WITHIN 3 DAYS. Please note combined shipping is STRICTLY limited to auctions won within 3 days. Please consider the benefits of tracking provided by express mail. Some options are not available for all items or to all locations(for example. Global Express may not be available for books and Global Priority is not available to Italy) U.S. Shipping Options: 1st Class Mail(ONLY FOR COINS(ANY NUMBER) ONLY FOR ORDERS UNDER $200) $3 Priority Mail(ONLY FOR ORDERS UNDER $200) $9 Registered Mail(slow. Normally 2- 3 weeks) $18 Express Mail- $21 Federal Express- $35 International Shipping Options: International 1st Class Mail(ONLY FOR COINS(ANY NUMBER) ONLY FOR ORDERS UNDER $200) $5 Global Priority Mail(ONLY FOR ORDERS UNDER $200) $20 International Registered Mail(slow. Normally 2- 6 weeks) $20 Global Express Mail- $45 Federal Express- $68 PAYMENT OPTIONS If you are the winning bidder. You will receive an email f
FORVM Greek Terracotta Bust of Artemis w/ Lyre Fragment 3rd Century BC ex Malloy
Greek. Terracotta Bust of Artemis With a Lyre, 3rd Century B.C. We have been fortunate to obtain the personal ancient terracotta head collection of Alex G. Malloy. A former dealer in antiquities for 40 years. These interesting pieces originate from a diverse spectrum of ancient cultures and time periods, from primitive cult objects of the 3rd millenium B.C. to Greek and Roman busts in fine classical style. We hope you enjoy browsing this interesting collection and discover a few pieces to enhance your collection. From the collection of Alex G. Malloy. Former dealer in antiquities for 40 years. AT34458. references: 5 cm(2' high. Fragment with only part of the lyre present, some wear to face; condition: near Choice, additional comments: unmounted; estimated value: $75, GUARANTEE Guaranteed Delivery- We guarantee delivery or we will offer ... morea refund. Replacement or store credit. Authenticity Guaranteed For Eternity- Any item deemed a forgery may be returned anytime forever for a refund of the purchase price. If any coin purchased from Forum is deemed a forgery by the ACCS. IGC, NGC or PCGS, we will pay the authentication fee plus a refund. SHIPPING OPTIONS COMBINED SHIPPING AT THE SINGLE ITEM SHIPPING RATE FOR AUCTIONS WON WITHIN 3 DAYS. Please note combined shipping is STRICTLY limited to auctions won within 3 days. Please consider the benefits of tracking provided by express mail. Some options are not available for all items or to all locations(for example. Global Express may not be available for books and Global Priority is not available to Italy) U.S. Shipping Options: 1st Class Mail(ONLY FOR COINS(ANY NUMBER) ONLY FOR ORDERS UNDER $200) $3 Priority Mail(ONLY FOR ORDERS UNDER $200) $9 Registered Mail(slow. Normally 2- 3 weeks) $18 Express Mail- $21 Federal Express- $35 International Shipping Options: International 1st Class Mail(ONLY FOR COINS(ANY NUMBER) ONLY FOR ORDERS UNDER $200) $5 Global Priority Mail(ONLY FOR ORDERS UNDER $200) $20 International Registered Mail(slow. Normally 2
FORVM Greek Terracotta Woman's Head 4th century BC ex Alex Malloy Collection
Greek. Terracotta Woman's Head, 4th century B.C. We have been fortunate to obtain the personal ancient terracotta head collection of Alex G. Malloy. A former dealer in antiquities for 40 years. These interesting pieces originate from a diverse spectrum of ancient cultures and time periods, from primitive cult objects of the 3rd millenium B.C. to Greek and Roman busts in fine classical style. We hope you enjoy browsing this interesting collection and discover a few pieces to enhance your collection. From the collection of Alex G. Malloy. Former dealer in antiquities for 40 years. AT34475. references: 3.5 cm(1 1/4' high. Grey terracotta, old repair from fragments; additional comments: unmounted; $81, GUARANTEE Guaranteed Delivery- We guarantee delivery or we will offer a refund. Replacement or store credit. Authenticity Guaranteed For ... moreEternity- Any item deemed a forgery may be returned anytime forever for a refund of the purchase price. If any coin purchased from Forum is deemed a forgery by the ACCS. IGC, NGC or PCGS, we will pay the authentication fee plus a refund. SHIPPING OPTIONS COMBINED SHIPPING AT THE SINGLE ITEM SHIPPING RATE FOR AUCTIONS WON WITHIN 3 DAYS. Please note combined shipping is STRICTLY limited to auctions won within 3 days. Please consider the benefits of tracking provided by express mail. Some options are not available for all items or to all locations(for example. Global Express may not be available for books and Global Priority is not available to Italy) U.S. Shipping Options: 1st Class Mail(ONLY FOR COINS(ANY NUMBER) ONLY FOR ORDERS UNDER $200) $3 Priority Mail(ONLY FOR ORDERS UNDER $200) $9 Registered Mail(slow. Normally 2- 3 weeks) $18 Express Mail- $21 Federal Express- $35 International Shipping Options: International 1st Class Mail(ONLY FOR COINS(ANY NUMBER) ONLY FOR ORDERS UNDER $200) $5 Global Priority Mail(ONLY FOR ORDERS UNDER $200) $20 International Registered Mail(slow. Normally 2- 6 weeks) $20 Global Express Mail- $45 Federal Express- $68 PAYM
FORVM Greek Terracotta Male Head 3rd Century BC ex Malloy Choice
Greek. Terracotta Male Head, 3rd Century B.C. We have been fortunate to obtain the personal ancient terracotta head collection of Alex G. Malloy. A former dealer in antiquities for 40 years. These interesting pieces originate from a diverse spectrum of ancient cultures and time periods, from primitive cult objects of the 3rd millenium B.C. to Greek and Roman busts in fine classical style. We hope you enjoy browsing this interesting collection and discover a few pieces to enhance your collection. From the collection of Alex G. Malloy. Former dealer in antiquities for 40 years. AT34459. references: 4.5 cm(1 3/4' high. Dark beige terracotta, head of male in the round, white slip with red brown atop; condition: Choice. Additional comments: unmounted; $75, GUARANTEE Guaranteed Delivery- We guarantee delivery or we will offer a refund. Replacement ... moreor store credit. Authenticity Guaranteed For Eternity- Any item deemed a forgery may be returned anytime forever for a refund of the purchase price. If any coin purchased from Forum is deemed a forgery by the ACCS. IGC, NGC or PCGS, we will pay the authentication fee plus a refund. SHIPPING OPTIONS COMBINED SHIPPING AT THE SINGLE ITEM SHIPPING RATE FOR AUCTIONS WON WITHIN 3 DAYS. Please note combined shipping is STRICTLY limited to auctions won within 3 days. Please consider the benefits of tracking provided by express mail. Some options are not available for all items or to all locations(for example. Global Express may not be available for books and Global Priority is not available to Italy) U.S. Shipping Options: 1st Class Mail(ONLY FOR COINS(ANY NUMBER) ONLY FOR ORDERS UNDER $200) $3 Priority Mail(ONLY FOR ORDERS UNDER $200) $9 Registered Mail(slow. Normally 2- 3 weeks) $18 Express Mail- $21 Federal Express- $35 International Shipping Options: International 1st Class Mail(ONLY FOR COINS(ANY NUMBER) ONLY FOR ORDERS UNDER $200) $5 Global Priority Mail(ONLY FOR ORDERS UNDER $200) $20 International Registered Mail(slow. Normally 2- 6 weeks) $
FORVM Greek Terracotta Male Bust in Polos and Himation 3rd Cent BC ex Malloy
Greek. Terracotta Male Bust, 3rd Century B.C. We have been fortunate to obtain the personal ancient terracotta head collection of Alex G. Malloy. A former dealer in antiquities for 40 years. These interesting pieces originate from a diverse spectrum of ancient cultures and time periods, from primitive cult objects of the 3rd millenium B.C. to Greek and Roman busts in fine classical style. We hope you enjoy browsing this interesting collection and discover a few pieces to enhance your collection. From the collection of Alex G. Malloy. Former dealer in antiquities for 40 years. AT34444. references: 6.5 cm(2 1/2' high. Cream terracotta; bearded male bust in polos and himation; condition: Choice. Additional comments: unmounted; $121, GUARANTEE Guaranteed Delivery- We guarantee delivery or we will offer a refund. Replacement or store credit. ... moreAuthenticity Guaranteed For Eternity- Any item deemed a forgery may be returned anytime forever for a refund of the purchase price. If any coin purchased from Forum is deemed a forgery by the ACCS. IGC, NGC or PCGS, we will pay the authentication fee plus a refund. SHIPPING OPTIONS COMBINED SHIPPING AT THE SINGLE ITEM SHIPPING RATE FOR AUCTIONS WON WITHIN 3 DAYS. Please note combined shipping is STRICTLY limited to auctions won within 3 days. Please consider the benefits of tracking provided by express mail. Some options are not available for all items or to all locations(for example. Global Express may not be available for books and Global Priority is not available to Italy) U.S. Shipping Options: 1st Class Mail(ONLY FOR COINS(ANY NUMBER) ONLY FOR ORDERS UNDER $200) $3 Priority Mail(ONLY FOR ORDERS UNDER $200) $9 Registered Mail(slow. Normally 2- 3 weeks) $18 Express Mail- $21 Federal Express- $35 International Shipping Options: International 1st Class Mail(ONLY FOR COINS(ANY NUMBER) ONLY FOR ORDERS UNDER $200) $5 Global Priority Mail(ONLY FOR ORDERS UNDER $200) $20 International Registered Mail(slow. Normally 2- 6 weeks) $20 Global Express Mail
FORVM Greek Terracotta Female Head 3rd Century BC ex Malloy Superb
Greek. Terracotta Female Head, 3rd Century B.C. We have been fortunate to obtain the personal ancient terracotta head collection of Alex G. Malloy. A former dealer in antiquities for 40 years. These interesting pieces originate from a diverse spectrum of ancient cultures and time periods, from primitive cult objects of the 3rd millenium B.C. to Greek and Roman busts in fine classical style. We hope you enjoy browsing this interesting collection and discover a few pieces to enhance your collection. From the collection of Alex G. Malloy. Former dealer in antiquities for 40 years. AT34452. references: 3.5 cm(1 1/2' high; brown terracotta; hair in curls at sides; condition: Superb. Additional comments: unmounted; $161, GUARANTEE Guaranteed Delivery- We guarantee delivery or we will offer a refund. Replacement or store credit. Authenticity ... moreGuaranteed For Eternity- Any item deemed a forgery may be returned anytime forever for a refund of the purchase price. If any coin purchased from Forum is deemed a forgery by the ACCS. IGC, NGC or PCGS, we will pay the authentication fee plus a refund. SHIPPING OPTIONS COMBINED SHIPPING AT THE SINGLE ITEM SHIPPING RATE FOR AUCTIONS WON WITHIN 3 DAYS. Please note combined shipping is STRICTLY limited to auctions won within 3 days. Please consider the benefits of tracking provided by express mail. Some options are not available for all items or to all locations(for example. Global Express may not be available for books and Global Priority is not available to Italy) U.S. Shipping Options: 1st Class Mail(ONLY FOR COINS(ANY NUMBER) ONLY FOR ORDERS UNDER $200) $3 Priority Mail(ONLY FOR ORDERS UNDER $200) $9 Registered Mail(slow. Normally 2- 3 weeks) $18 Express Mail- $21 Federal Express- $35 International Shipping Options: International 1st Class Mail(ONLY FOR COINS(ANY NUMBER) ONLY FOR ORDERS UNDER $200) $5 Global Priority Mail(ONLY FOR ORDERS UNDER $200) $20 International Registered Mail(slow. Normally 2- 6 weeks) $20 Global Express Mail- $45 Federal
FORVM Greek Bronze Krater(?) Handle Ornamented w/ Head of Dionysos 400-200 BC
Greek. Bronze Krater( Handle, Ornamented With Head of Dionysos, c. 400- 200 B.C. Antiquities authenticated and attributed by Alex G. Malloy. This handle was probably once attached to a krater. A punch-bowl type vessel used for diluting and serving wine. The earliest kraters were bronze and almost exclusively the volute-type. Very few bronze kraters have survived. Most often only the handles remain. AG40492. references: Greek bronze krater( handle. Height 12.7 cm(4 5/8' ornamented with facing head of Dionysos; $1823, GUARANTEE Guaranteed Delivery- We guarantee delivery or we will offer a refund. Replacement or store credit. Authenticity Guaranteed For Eternity- Any item deemed a forgery may be returned anytime forever for a refund of the purchase price. If any coin purchased from Forum is deemed a forgery by the ACCS. IGC, NGC or PCGS, ... morewe will pay the authentication fee plus a refund. SHIPPING OPTIONS COMBINED SHIPPING AT THE SINGLE ITEM SHIPPING RATE FOR AUCTIONS WON WITHIN 3 DAYS. Please note combined shipping is STRICTLY limited to auctions won within 3 days. Please consider the benefits of tracking provided by express mail. Some options are not available for all items or to all locations(for example. Global Express may not be available for books and Global Priority is not available to Italy) U.S. Shipping Options: 1st Class Mail(ONLY FOR COINS(ANY NUMBER) ONLY FOR ORDERS UNDER $200) $3 Priority Mail(ONLY FOR ORDERS UNDER $200) $9 Registered Mail(slow. Normally 2- 3 weeks) $18 Express Mail- $21 Federal Express- $35 International Shipping Options: International 1st Class Mail(ONLY FOR COINS(ANY NUMBER) ONLY FOR ORDERS UNDER $200) $5 Global Priority Mail(ONLY FOR ORDERS UNDER $200) $20 International Registered Mail(slow. Normally 2- 6 weeks) $20 Global Express Mail- $45 Federal Express- $68 PAYMENT OPTIONS If you are the winning bidder. You will receive an email from FORVM with a checkout link and payment instructions. We prefer that winning bidders checkout and make pay
FORVM Greek Attic Vessel Shard 6th Cent. BC Torso and Legs w/ Male Genitals
Greek. Attic Vessel Shard, 6th Century B.C. We are pleased to offer Alex G. Malloy's personal collection of Greek antiquities. Mr. Malloy. Now retired but consulting for Forum, was a dealer in antiquities for 40 years. We hope you find a few nice pieces here to enhance your collection. From the collection of Alex G. Malloy. Former dealer in antiquities for 40 years. AK35518. references: Attic vessel shard. Probably part of a black figure kylix, 1 inch x 1 inch; part of torso and legs with male genitals; condition: a clear Choice fragment. estimated value: $259, GUARANTEE Guaranteed Delivery- We guarantee delivery or we will offer a refund. Replacement or store credit. Authenticity Guaranteed For Eternity- Any item deemed a forgery may be returned anytime forever for a refund of the purchase price. If any coin purchased from Forum is deemed ... morea forgery by the ACCS. IGC, NGC or PCGS, we will pay the authentication fee plus a refund. SHIPPING OPTIONS COMBINED SHIPPING AT THE SINGLE ITEM SHIPPING RATE FOR AUCTIONS WON WITHIN 3 DAYS. Please note combined shipping is STRICTLY limited to auctions won within 3 days. Please consider the benefits of tracking provided by express mail. Some options are not available for all items or to all locations(for example. Global Express may not be available for books and Global Priority is not available to Italy) U.S. Shipping Options: 1st Class Mail(ONLY FOR COINS(ANY NUMBER) ONLY FOR ORDERS UNDER $200) $3 Priority Mail(ONLY FOR ORDERS UNDER $200) $9 Registered Mail(slow. Normally 2- 3 weeks) $18 Express Mail- $21 Federal Express- $35 International Shipping Options: International 1st Class Mail(ONLY FOR COINS(ANY NUMBER) ONLY FOR ORDERS UNDER $200) $5 Global Priority Mail(ONLY FOR ORDERS UNDER $200) $20 International Registered Mail(slow. Normally 2- 6 weeks) $20 Global Express Mail- $45 Federal Express- $68 PAYMENT OPTIONS If you are the winning bidder. You will receive an email from FORVM with a checkout link and payment instructions. We prefer tha
FORVM Greek Hellenistic Tall Aryballos 2nd Century BC ex Malloy Collection
Greek. Hellenistic, Tall Aryballos, 2nd Century B.C. We are pleased to offer Alex G. Malloy's personal collection of Greek antiquities. Mr. Malloy. Now retired but consulting for Forum, was a dealer in antiquities for 40 years. We hope you find a few nice pieces here to enhance your collection. From the collection of Alex G. Malloy. Former dealer in antiquities for 40 years. AK35505. references: Tall aryballos; cf. ROM 46; 5 inches tall; buff color. Pyriform body, narrowing tubular neck, flared rim, long pedestal base; condition: Average, some restoration, $144, GUARANTEE Guaranteed Delivery- We guarantee delivery or we will offer a refund. Replacement or store credit. Authenticity Guaranteed For Eternity- Any item deemed a forgery may be returned anytime forever for a refund of the purchase price. If any coin purchased from Forum is ... moredeemed a forgery by the ACCS. IGC, NGC or PCGS, we will pay the authentication fee plus a refund. SHIPPING OPTIONS COMBINED SHIPPING AT THE SINGLE ITEM SHIPPING RATE FOR AUCTIONS WON WITHIN 3 DAYS. Please note combined shipping is STRICTLY limited to auctions won within 3 days. Please consider the benefits of tracking provided by express mail. Some options are not available for all items or to all locations(for example. Global Express may not be available for books and Global Priority is not available to Italy) U.S. Shipping Options: 1st Class Mail(ONLY FOR COINS(ANY NUMBER) ONLY FOR ORDERS UNDER $200) $3 Priority Mail(ONLY FOR ORDERS UNDER $200) $9 Registered Mail(slow. Normally 2- 3 weeks) $18 Express Mail- $21 Federal Express- $35 International Shipping Options: International 1st Class Mail(ONLY FOR COINS(ANY NUMBER) ONLY FOR ORDERS UNDER $200) $5 Global Priority Mail(ONLY FOR ORDERS UNDER $200) $20 International Registered Mail(slow. Normally 2- 6 weeks) $20 Global Express Mail- $45 Federal Express- $68 PAYMENT OPTIONS If you are the winning bidder. You will receive an email from FORVM with a checkout link and payment instructions. We prefer tha
FORVM Greek Magna Grecia Limestone Frieze of Triton 4th-3rd Cent BC Choice
Greek. Magna Grecia, Limestone Relief Frieze of Triton, 4th- 3rd Century B.C. A large. Impressive piece! Worthy of the finest collection. From the collection of Alex G. Malloy. Former dealer in antiquities for 40 years. AZ35502. Frieze of Triton; cf. Pierre Berge& Assocites. June 2009, 161(later date, marble sarcophagus with similar Tritons and Nereids, est. $300,000) condition: Choice. Additional comments: 10 X 13 ½ inches; Triton swimming right with male torso, lower portion of a very long fish body and an upturned tail, riding on him is a Nereid in a chiton with her right arm raised holding a long sail above; some wear but very attractive; $4520, GUARANTEE Guaranteed Delivery- We guarantee delivery or we will offer a refund. Replacement or store credit. Authenticity Guaranteed For Eternity- Any item deemed a forgery may be returned ... moreanytime forever for a refund of the purchase price. If any coin purchased from Forum is deemed a forgery by the ACCS. IGC, NGC or PCGS, we will pay the authentication fee plus a refund. SHIPPING OPTIONS COMBINED SHIPPING AT THE SINGLE ITEM SHIPPING RATE FOR AUCTIONS WON WITHIN 3 DAYS. Please note combined shipping is STRICTLY limited to auctions won within 3 days. Please consider the benefits of tracking provided by express mail. Some options are not available for all items or to all locations(for example. Global Express may not be available for books and Global Priority is not available to Italy) U.S. Shipping Options: 1st Class Mail(ONLY FOR COINS(ANY NUMBER) ONLY FOR ORDERS UNDER $200) $3 Priority Mail(ONLY FOR ORDERS UNDER $200) $9 Registered Mail(slow. Normally 2- 3 weeks) $18 Express Mail- $21 Federal Express- $35 International Shipping Options: International 1st Class Mail(ONLY FOR COINS(ANY NUMBER) ONLY FOR ORDERS UNDER $200) $5 Global Priority Mail(ONLY FOR ORDERS UNDER $200) $20 International Registered Mail(slow. Normally 2- 6 weeks) $20 Global Express Mail- $45 Federal Express- $68 PAYMENT OPTIONS If you are the winning bidder. You
FORVM Greek Archaic Terracotta Korai Style Goddess Head 5th c. BC Wearing Polos
Greek. Archaic Terracotta Korai Style Goddess Head, c. 5th century B.C. Antiquities authenticated and attributed by Alex G. Malloy. AE61816. Terracotta goddess head; 1.25 x 2 inches; long braided hair and wearing a polos. Remains of white pigment; nice example with good detail; date struck: c. 5th century B.C. additional comments: from a New Jersey collection; $379, FORVM DOES NOT HAGGLE. NEGOCIATE PRICES, DISCOUNT, OR CONSIDER OFFERS FOR OUR FIXED PRICE EBAY LISTINGS. GUARANTEE Guaranteed Delivery- We guarantee delivery. If your order is not delivered we will refund. Authenticity Guaranteed For Eternity- Any item deemed a forgery may be returned anytime forever for a refund of the purchase price. If any coin purchased from Forum is deemed a forgery by the ACCS. IGC, NGC or PCGS, we will pay the authentication fee plus a refund. SHIPPING ... moreOPTIONS COMBINED SHIPPING AT THE SINGLE ITEM SHIPPING RATE FOR AUCTIONS WON WITHIN 3 DAYS. Please note combined shipping is STRICTLY limited to auctions won within 3 days. Some options are not available for all items or to all locations. First Class Mail and International Airmail can only be used on envelopes. We cannot ship fragile items or items too large to fit in an envelope by First Class Mail or International Airmail. Express mail may not be available or an additional charge may be necessary for heavy book orders. U.S. Shipping Options: 1st Class Mail(Coins Only) $3 Priority Mail- $9 Express Mail- $21 International Shipping Options: International 1st Class Mail(Coins Only) $5 Global Priority Mail(ONLY FOR ORDERS UNDER $200) $20 International Registered Mail(slow. Normally 2- 6 weeks) $20 Global Express Mail- $45. LIMITS AND EXCEPTIONS Returned items must be in the same condition as when purchased. Uncleaned coins must still be uncleaned. Encapsulated coin holders must still be sealed. Coins purchased as a group for one price may be returned only as an entire group. Shipping charges are not refunded for items that were delivered. For international shipmen
FORVM Greek Terracotta Woman's Head Veiled w/ Himation 4th Cent BC Choice
Greek. Terracotta Woman's Head Veiled with Himation, 4th Century B.C. Antiquities authenticated and attributed by Alex G. Malloy. From the collection of Alex G. Malloy. Former dealer in antiquities for 40 years. AT34466. 3.5 cm(1 1/4' high. Red-beige terracotta; condition: Choice. Additional comments: unmounted; $144, FORVM DOES NOT HAGGLE. NEGOCIATE PRICES, DISCOUNT, OR CONSIDER OFFERS FOR OUR FIXED PRICE EBAY LISTINGS. GUARANTEE Guaranteed Delivery- We guarantee delivery. If your order is not delivered we will refund. Authenticity Guaranteed For Eternity- Any item deemed a forgery may be returned anytime forever for a refund of the purchase price. If any coin purchased from Forum is deemed a forgery by the ACCS. IGC, NGC or PCGS, we will pay the authentication fee plus a refund. SHIPPING OPTIONS COMBINED SHIPPING AT THE SINGLE ITEM ... moreSHIPPING RATE FOR AUCTIONS WON WITHIN 3 DAYS. Please note combined shipping is STRICTLY limited to auctions won within 3 days. Some options are not available for all items or to all locations. First Class Mail and International Airmail can only be used on envelopes. We cannot ship fragile items or items too large to fit in an envelope by First Class Mail or International Airmail. Express mail may not be available or an additional charge may be necessary for heavy book orders. U.S. Shipping Options: 1st Class Mail(Coins Only) $3 Priority Mail- $9 Express Mail- $21 International Shipping Options: International 1st Class Mail(Coins Only) $5 Global Priority Mail(ONLY FOR ORDERS UNDER $200) $20 International Registered Mail(slow. Normally 2- 6 weeks) $20 Global Express Mail- $45. LIMITS AND EXCEPTIONS Returned items must be in the same condition as when purchased. Uncleaned coins must still be uncleaned. Encapsulated coin holders must still be sealed. Coins purchased as a group for one price may be returned only as an entire group. Shipping charges are not refunded for items that were delivered. For international shipments our delivery guarantee is voided if you refu
FORVM Greek Corinth Pottery Exaleiptron 525 - 500 BC Nice Large Example RARE!
Greek. Corinth, Pottery Exaleiptron, 525- 500 B.C. Antiquities authenticated and attributed by Alex G. Malloy. This distinctively shaped vessel is an exaleiptron. Exaleiptra take various forms. Some with high pronounced feet. The form suggests that it held liquids and was designed prevent spills. Funerary scenes depict exaleiptra either carried by women toward the tomb or resting beside it. They likely held oils or perfumes that would have been offered to the deceased. AL59770. Greek. Corinth, Pottery Exaleiptron, 525- 500 B.C. 2 x 7.4 inches across handle; additional comments: nice large example, squat foot, shallow bowl, the rim curving inward, black dot and line pattern, a few chips on inner rim reattached with small gap; from a New Jersey collection; rare. $518, FORVM DOES NOT HAGGLE. NEGOCIATE PRICES, DISCOUNT, OR CONSIDER OFFERS FOR ... moreOUR FIXED PRICE EBAY LISTINGS. GUARANTEE Guaranteed Delivery- We guarantee delivery. If your order is not delivered we will refund. Authenticity Guaranteed For Eternity- Any item deemed a forgery may be returned anytime forever for a refund of the purchase price. If any coin purchased from Forum is deemed a forgery by the ACCS. IGC, NGC or PCGS, we will pay the authentication fee plus a refund. SHIPPING OPTIONS COMBINED SHIPPING AT THE SINGLE ITEM SHIPPING RATE FOR AUCTIONS WON WITHIN 3 DAYS. Please note combined shipping is STRICTLY limited to auctions won within 3 days. Some options are not available for all items or to all locations. First Class Mail and International Airmail can only be used on envelopes. We cannot ship fragile items or items too large to fit in an envelope by First Class Mail or International Airmail. Express mail may not be available or an additional charge may be necessary for heavy book orders. U.S. Shipping Options: 1st Class Mail(Coins Only) $3 Priority Mail- $9 Express Mail- $21 International Shipping Options: International 1st Class Mail(Coins Only) $5 Global Priority Mail(ONLY FOR ORDERS UNDER $200) $20 International Registered Ma
FORVM Archaic Greek Terracotta Cock Head 7th Cent BC Choice of GREAT RARITY!
Archaic Greek. Terracotta Cock Antiquities authenticated and attributed by Alex G. Malloy. From the collection of Alex G. Malloy. Former dealer in antiquities for 40 years. AT34409. 10 cm(4' high. Cream terracotta; head of cock with crested head, large eyes and cylindrical beak; condition: Choice. Additional comments: with black base stand; of great rarity. $299, FORVM DOES NOT HAGGLE. NEGOCIATE PRICES, DISCOUNT, OR CONSIDER OFFERS FOR OUR FIXED PRICE EBAY LISTINGS. GUARANTEE Guaranteed Delivery- We guarantee delivery. If your order is not delivered we will refund. Authenticity Guaranteed For Eternity- Any item deemed a forgery may be returned anytime forever for a refund of the purchase price. If any coin purchased from Forum is deemed a forgery by the ACCS. IGC, NGC or PCGS, we will pay the authentication fee plus a refund. SHIPPING ... moreOPTIONS COMBINED SHIPPING AT THE SINGLE ITEM SHIPPING RATE FOR AUCTIONS WON WITHIN 3 DAYS. Please note combined shipping is STRICTLY limited to auctions won within 3 days. Some options are not available for all items or to all locations. First Class Mail and International Airmail can only be used on envelopes. We cannot ship fragile items or items too large to fit in an envelope by First Class Mail or International Airmail. Express mail may not be available or an additional charge may be necessary for heavy book orders. U.S. Shipping Options: 1st Class Mail(Coins Only) $3 Priority Mail- $9 Express Mail- $21 International Shipping Options: International 1st Class Mail(Coins Only) $5 Global Priority Mail(ONLY FOR ORDERS UNDER $200) $20 International Registered Mail(slow. Normally 2- 6 weeks) $20 Global Express Mail- $45. LIMITS AND EXCEPTIONS Returned items must be in the same condition as when purchased. Uncleaned coins must still be uncleaned. Encapsulated coin holders must still be sealed. Coins purchased as a group for one price may be returned only as an entire group. Shipping charges are not refunded for items that were delivered. For international shipmen
FORVM Greek Macedonian Jar Handle Stamped MAKE... 3rd-2nd Cent BC ex Malloy
Greek. Macedonian, Jar Handle Stamped MAKE. 3rd- 2nd Century B.C. Antiquities authenticated and attributed by Alex G. Malloy. From the collection of Alex G. Malloy. Former dealer in antiquities for 40 years. AK35509. Jar handle; buff clay. Stamped with Greek inscription in round stamp, MAKE. Makedonia) 3 inches long; $92, GUARANTEE Guaranteed Delivery- We guarantee delivery or we will offer a refund. Replacement or store credit. Authenticity Guaranteed For Eternity- Any item deemed a forgery may be returned anytime forever for a refund of the purchase price. If any coin purchased from Forum is deemed a forgery by the ACCS. IGC, NGC or PCGS, we will pay the authentication fee plus a refund. SHIPPING OPTIONS COMBINED SHIPPING AT THE SINGLE ITEM SHIPPING RATE FOR AUCTIONS WON WITHIN 3 DAYS. Please note combined shipping is STRICTLY limited to ... moreauctions won within 3 days. Please consider the benefits of tracking provided by express mail. Some options are not available for all items or to all locations(for example. Global Express may not be available for books and Global Priority is not available to Italy) U.S. Shipping Options: 1st Class Mail(ONLY FOR COINS(ANY NUMBER) ONLY FOR ORDERS UNDER $200) $3 Priority Mail(ONLY FOR ORDERS UNDER $200) $9 Registered Mail(slow. Normally 2- 3 weeks) $18 Express Mail- $21 Federal Express- $35 International Shipping Options: International 1st Class Mail(ONLY FOR COINS(ANY NUMBER) ONLY FOR ORDERS UNDER $200) $5 Global Priority Mail(ONLY FOR ORDERS UNDER $200) $20 International Registered Mail(slow. Normally 2- 6 weeks) $20 Global Express Mail- $45 Federal Express- $68 PAYMENT OPTIONS If you are the winning bidder. You will receive an email from FORVM with a checkout link and payment instructions. We prefer that winning bidders checkout and make payment using the email link. We accept PayPal, Visa, MasterCard, Discover, American Express, Checks. Lay-away and reserve are not available for our eBay sales. LIMITS AND EXCEPTIONS Returned items m
FORVM Hellenistic Greek Bronze Trilobate Arrowhead 300-100 BC ex Malloy
Hellenistic Greek. Bronze Arrowhead, 300- 100 B.C. Antiquities authenticated and attributed by Alex G. Malloy. From the collection of Alex G. Malloy. Former dealer in antiquities for 40 years. AA36835. Bronze arrowhead; 25 mm long; trilobate with straight edge indents. Medium shaft; blunted tip; $69, Forum Ancient Coins' Buy it Now eBay listings are priced to sell. We do NOT discount or consider offers for our FIXED PRICE eBay listings. GUARANTEE Guaranteed Delivery- We guarantee delivery. If your order is not delivered we will refund. Authenticity Guaranteed For Eternity- Any item deemed a forgery may be returned anytime forever for a refund of the purchase price. If any coin purchased from Forum is deemed a forgery by the ACCS. IGC, NGC or PCGS, we will pay the authentication fee plus a refund. SHIPPING OPTIONS COMBINED SHIPPING AT ... moreTHE SINGLE ITEM SHIPPING RATE FOR AUCTIONS WON WITHIN 3 DAYS. Please note combined shipping is STRICTLY limited to auctions won within 3 days. Some options are not available for all items or to all locations. First Class Mail and International Airmail can only be used on envelopes. We cannot ship fragile items or items too large to fit in an envelope by First Class Mail or International Airmail. Express mail may not be available or an additional charge may be necessary for heavy book orders. U.S. Shipping Options: 1st Class Mail(Coins Only) $3 Priority Mail- $9 Express Mail- $21 International Shipping Options: International 1st Class Mail(Coins Only. Orders Under $200) $5 Global Priority Mail(Orders Under $200) $20 International Registered Mail(slow. Normally 2- 6 weeks) $20 Global Express Mail- $45. Heavy multiple book orders and orders for large fragile antiquities may require additional shipping to some locations. LIMITS AND EXCEPTIONS Returned items must be in the same condition as when purchased. Uncleaned coins must still be uncleaned. Encapsulated coin holders must still be sealed. Coins purchased as a group for one price may be returned only as an entire
FORVM Greek Bronze Arrowhead 8th-6th Cent BC Trilobate No Shaft ex Malloy
Greek. Bronze Arrowhead, 8th- 6th Century B.C. Antiquities authenticated and attributed by Alex G. Malloy. From the collection of Alex G. Malloy. Former dealer in antiquities for 40 years. AA36820. Bronze arrowhead; 25 mm long; bilobate with no shaft; $52, Forum Ancient Coins' Buy it Now eBay listings are priced to sell. We do NOT discount or consider offers for our FIXED PRICE eBay listings. GUARANTEE Guaranteed Delivery- We guarantee delivery. If your order is not delivered we will refund. Authenticity Guaranteed For Eternity- Any item deemed a forgery may be returned anytime forever for a refund of the purchase price. If any coin purchased from Forum is deemed a forgery by the ACCS. IGC, NGC or PCGS, we will pay the authentication fee plus a refund. SHIPPING OPTIONS COMBINED SHIPPING AT THE SINGLE ITEM SHIPPING RATE FOR AUCTIONS WON ... moreWITHIN 3 DAYS. Please note combined shipping is STRICTLY limited to auctions won within 3 days. Some options are not available for all items or to all locations. First Class Mail and International Airmail can only be used on envelopes. We cannot ship fragile items or items too large to fit in an envelope by First Class Mail or International Airmail. Express mail may not be available or an additional charge may be necessary for heavy book orders. U.S. Shipping Options: 1st Class Mail(Coins Only) $3 Priority Mail- $9 Express Mail- $21 International Shipping Options: International 1st Class Mail(Coins Only. Orders Under $200) $5 Global Priority Mail(Orders Under $200) $20 International Registered Mail(slow. Normally 2- 6 weeks) $20 Global Express Mail- $45. Heavy multiple book orders and orders for large fragile antiquities may require additional shipping to some locations. LIMITS AND EXCEPTIONS Returned items must be in the same condition as when purchased. Uncleaned coins must still be uncleaned. Encapsulated coin holders must still be sealed. Coins purchased as a group for one price may be returned only as an entire group. Shipping charges are not refunded for
FORVM Greek Terracotta Child's Head 4th Century BC Choice ex Malloy Collection
Greek. Terracotta Child's Head, 4th Century B.C. Antiquities authenticated and attributed by Alex G. Malloy. From the collection of Alex G. Malloy. Former dealer in antiquities for 40 years. AT34465. 2.8 cm(1' high. Brown-beige terracotta, fine details; condition: Choice. Additional comments: unmounted; $103, Forum Ancient Coins' Buy it Now eBay listings are priced to sell. We do NOT discount or consider offers for our FIXED PRICE eBay listings. GUARANTEE Guaranteed Delivery- We guarantee delivery. If your order is not delivered we will refund. Authenticity Guaranteed For Eternity- Any item deemed a forgery may be returned anytime forever for a refund of the purchase price. If any coin purchased from Forum is deemed a forgery by the ACCS. IGC, NGC or PCGS, we will pay the authentication fee plus a refund. SHIPPING OPTIONS COMBINED ... moreSHIPPING AT THE SINGLE ITEM SHIPPING RATE FOR AUCTIONS WON WITHIN 3 DAYS. Please note combined shipping is STRICTLY limited to auctions won within 3 days. Some options are not available for all items or to all locations. First Class Mail and International Airmail can only be used on envelopes. We cannot ship fragile items or items too large to fit in an envelope by First Class Mail or International Airmail. Express mail may not be available or an additional charge may be necessary for heavy book orders. U.S. Shipping Options: 1st Class Mail(Coins Only) $3 Priority Mail- $9 Express Mail- $21 International Shipping Options: International 1st Class Mail(Coins Only. Orders Under $200) $5 Global Priority Mail(Orders Under $200) $20 International Registered Mail(slow. Normally 2- 6 weeks) $20 Global Express Mail- $45. Heavy multiple book orders and orders for large fragile antiquities may require additional shipping to some locations. LIMITS AND EXCEPTIONS Returned items must be in the same condition as when purchased. Uncleaned coins must still be uncleaned. Encapsulated coin holders must still be sealed. Coins purchased as a group for one price may be returned only as
FORVM Greek Bilobate Bronze Arrowhead with Spur 6th-5th Century BC
Greek. Bronze Arrowhead, 6th- 5th Century B.C. Antiquities authenticated and attributed by Alex G. Malloy. From the collection of Alex G. Malloy. Former dealer in antiquities for 40 years. AA36826. Bronze arrowhead; 34 mm long; bilobate with rounded edge. Shaft and spur; slightly blunted tip; $57, Forum Ancient Coins' Buy it Now eBay listings are priced to sell. We do NOT discount or consider offers for our FIXED PRICE eBay listings. GUARANTEE Guaranteed Delivery- We guarantee delivery. If your order is not delivered we will refund. Authenticity Guaranteed For Eternity- Any item deemed a forgery may be returned anytime forever for a refund of the purchase price. If any coin purchased from Forum is deemed a forgery by the ACCS. IGC, NGC or PCGS, we will pay the authentication fee plus a refund. SHIPPING OPTIONS COMBINED SHIPPING AT THE ... moreSINGLE ITEM SHIPPING RATE FOR AUCTIONS WON WITHIN 3 DAYS. Please note combined shipping is STRICTLY limited to auctions won within 3 days. Some options are not available for all items or to all locations. First Class Mail and International Airmail can only be used on envelopes. We cannot ship fragile items or items too large to fit in an envelope by First Class Mail or International Airmail. Express mail may not be available or an additional charge may be necessary for heavy book orders. U.S. Shipping Options: 1st Class Mail(Coins Only) $3 Priority Mail- $9 Express Mail- $21 International Shipping Options: International 1st Class Mail(Coins Only. Orders Under $200) $5 Global Priority Mail(Orders Under $200) $20 International Registered Mail(slow. Normally 2- 6 weeks) $20 Global Express Mail- $45. Heavy multiple book orders and orders for large fragile antiquities may require additional shipping to some locations. LIMITS AND EXCEPTIONS Returned items must be in the same condition as when purchased. Uncleaned coins must still be uncleaned. Encapsulated coin holders must still be sealed. Coins purchased as a group for one price may be returned only as an entire gr
FORVM Greek Bronze Krater Handle Ornamented w/ Panther Head 400 BC
Greek Bronze(Krater) Handle. Ornamented With a Panther Head, c. 400 B.C. Antiquities authenticated and attributed by Alex G. Malloy. The Panther was the companion of Bacchus. This handle was probably once attached to a krater. A punch-bowl type vessel used for diluting and serving wine. The earliest kraters were bronze and almost exclusively the volute-type. Very few bronze kraters have survived. Most often only the handles remain. AG30977. height 8.0 cm(3' additional comments: bronze(krater? handle with panther head emerging from acanthus; $552, Forum Ancient Coins' Buy it Now eBay listings are priced to sell. We do NOT discount or consider offers for our FIXED PRICE eBay listings. GUARANTEE Guaranteed Delivery- We guarantee delivery. If your order is not delivered we will refund. Authenticity Guaranteed For Eternity- Any item deemed ... morea forgery may be returned anytime forever for a refund of the purchase price. If any coin purchased from Forum is deemed a forgery by the ACCS. IGC, NGC or PCGS, we will pay the authentication fee plus a refund. SHIPPING OPTIONS COMBINED SHIPPING AT THE SINGLE ITEM SHIPPING RATE FOR AUCTIONS WON WITHIN 3 DAYS. Please note combined shipping is STRICTLY limited to auctions won within 3 days. Some options are not available for all items or to all locations. First Class Mail and International Airmail can only be used on envelopes. We cannot ship fragile items or items too large to fit in an envelope by First Class Mail or International Airmail. Express mail may not be available or an additional charge may be necessary for heavy book orders. U.S. Shipping Options: 1st Class Mail(Coins Only) $3 Priority Mail- $9 Express Mail- $21 International Shipping Options: International 1st Class Mail(Coins Only. Orders Under $200) $5 Global Priority Mail(Orders Under $200) $20 International Registered Mail(slow. Normally 2- 6 weeks) $20 Global Express Mail- $45. Heavy multiple book orders and orders for large fragile antiquities may require additional shipping to some locati
FORVM Greek Olynthus Archaic Terracotta Protome Head 5th Cent BC Choice
Greek. Olynthus, Archaic Terracotta Protome Head, 5th Century B.C. Antiquities authenticated and attributed by Alex G. Malloy. From the collection of Alex G. Malloy. Former dealer in antiquities for 40 years. AT34430. 9 cm(3 1/2' high. Beige-orange terracotta; protome head; wearing amulet on necklace, archaic eye; condition: Choice. Additional comments: on stand with black base; $402, Forum Ancient Coins' Buy it Now eBay listings are priced to sell. We do NOT discount or consider offers for our FIXED PRICE eBay listings. GUARANTEE Guaranteed Delivery- We guarantee delivery. If your order is not delivered we will refund. Authenticity Guaranteed For Eternity- Any item deemed a forgery may be returned anytime forever for a refund of the purchase price. If any coin purchased from Forum is deemed a forgery by the ACCS. IGC, NGC or PCGS, ... morewe will pay the authentication fee plus a refund. SHIPPING OPTIONS COMBINED SHIPPING AT THE SINGLE ITEM SHIPPING RATE FOR AUCTIONS WON WITHIN 3 DAYS. Please note combined shipping is STRICTLY limited to auctions won within 3 days. Some options are not available for all items or to all locations. First Class Mail and International Airmail can only be used on envelopes. We cannot ship fragile items or items too large to fit in an envelope by First Class Mail or International Airmail. Express mail may not be available or an additional charge may be necessary for heavy book orders. U.S. Shipping Options: 1st Class Mail(Coins Only) $3 Priority Mail- $9 Express Mail- $21 International Shipping Options: International 1st Class Mail(Coins Only. Orders Under $200) $5 Global Priority Mail(Orders Under $200) $20 International Registered Mail(slow. Normally 2- 6 weeks) $20 Global Express Mail- $45. Heavy multiple book orders and orders for large fragile antiquities may require additional shipping to some locations. LIMITS AND EXCEPTIONS Returned items must be in the same condition as when purchased. Uncleaned coins must still be uncleaned. Encapsulated coin holders must still
FORVM Greek Terracotta Child's Bust 2nd Century BC Choice ex Malloy Collection
Greek. Terracotta Child's Bust, 2nd Century B.C. Antiquities authenticated and attributed by Alex G. Malloy. From the collection of Alex G. Malloy. Former dealer in antiquities for 40 years. AT34521. 2.8 cm(1' high. Red-brown terracotta; hair bound up, cute; condition: Choice. Additional comments: unmounted; $98, Forum Ancient Coins' Buy it Now eBay listings are priced to sell. We do NOT discount or consider offers for our FIXED PRICE eBay listings. GUARANTEE Guaranteed Delivery- We guarantee delivery. If your order is not delivered we will refund. Authenticity Guaranteed For Eternity- Any item deemed a forgery may be returned anytime forever for a refund of the purchase price. If any coin purchased from Forum is deemed a forgery by the ACCS. IGC, NGC or PCGS, we will pay the authentication fee plus a refund. SHIPPING OPTIONS ... moreCOMBINED SHIPPING AT THE SINGLE ITEM SHIPPING RATE FOR AUCTIONS WON WITHIN 3 DAYS. Please note combined shipping is STRICTLY limited to auctions won within 3 days. Some options are not available for all items or to all locations. First Class Mail and International Airmail can only be used on envelopes. We cannot ship fragile items or items too large to fit in an envelope by First Class Mail or International Airmail. Express mail may not be available or an additional charge may be necessary for heavy book orders. U.S. Shipping Options: 1st Class Mail(Coins Only) $3 Priority Mail- $9 Express Mail- $21 International Shipping Options: International 1st Class Mail(Coins Only. Orders Under $200) $5 Global Priority Mail(Orders Under $200) $20 International Registered Mail(slow. Normally 2- 6 weeks) $20 Global Express Mail- $45. Heavy multiple book orders and orders for large fragile antiquities may require additional shipping to some locations. LIMITS AND EXCEPTIONS Returned items must be in the same condition as when purchased. Uncleaned coins must still be uncleaned. Encapsulated coin holders must still be sealed. Coins purchased as a group for one price may be returned onl
FORVM Greek Terracotta Baby's Head 4th Century BC Choice ex Malloy Collection
Greek. Terracotta Baby's Head, 4th Century B.C. Antiquities authenticated and attributed by Alex G. Malloy. From the collection of Alex G. Malloy. Former dealer in antiquities for 40 years. AT34470. 2 cm(3/4' high. Red-beige terracotta, short hair, charming head; condition: Choice. Additional comments: unmounted; $144, Forum Ancient Coins' Buy it Now eBay listings are priced to sell. We do NOT discount or consider offers for our FIXED PRICE eBay listings. GUARANTEE Guaranteed Delivery- We guarantee delivery. If your order is not delivered we will refund. Authenticity Guaranteed For Eternity- Any item deemed a forgery may be returned anytime forever for a refund of the purchase price. If any coin purchased from Forum is deemed a forgery by the ACCS. IGC, NGC or PCGS, we will pay the authentication fee plus a refund. SHIPPING OPTIONS ... moreCOMBINED SHIPPING AT THE SINGLE ITEM SHIPPING RATE FOR AUCTIONS WON WITHIN 3 DAYS. Please note combined shipping is STRICTLY limited to auctions won within 3 days. Some options are not available for all items or to all locations. First Class Mail and International Airmail can only be used on envelopes. We cannot ship fragile items or items too large to fit in an envelope by First Class Mail or International Airmail. Express mail may not be available or an additional charge may be necessary for heavy book orders. U.S. Shipping Options: 1st Class Mail(Coins Only) $3 Priority Mail- $9 Express Mail- $21 International Shipping Options: International 1st Class Mail(Coins Only. Orders Under $200) $5 Global Priority Mail(Orders Under $200) $20 International Registered Mail(slow. Normally 2- 6 weeks) $20 Global Express Mail- $45. Heavy multiple book orders and orders for large fragile antiquities may require additional shipping to some locations. LIMITS AND EXCEPTIONS Returned items must be in the same condition as when purchased. Uncleaned coins must still be uncleaned. Encapsulated coin holders must still be sealed. Coins purchased as a group for one price may be return
FORVM Greek Terracotta Grotesque Crude Male Bust 4th Century BC Choice
Greek. Terracotta Grotesque Male Bust with Outstretched Arms, 4th Century B.C. We are pleased to offer Alex G. Malloy's personal collection of Greek antiquities. Mr. Malloy. Now retired but consulting for Forum, was a dealer in antiquities for 40 years. We hope you find a few nice pieces here to enhance your collection. From the collection of Alex G. Malloy. Former dealer in antiquities for 40 years. AT34437. 3.5 cm(1 1/4' high; condition: Choice. Additional comments: unmounted; $75, Forum Ancient Coins' Buy it Now eBay listings are priced to sell. We do NOT discount or consider offers for our FIXED PRICE eBay listings. GUARANTEE Guaranteed Delivery- We guarantee delivery. If your order is not delivered we will refund. Authenticity Guaranteed For Eternity- Any item deemed a forgery may be returned anytime forever for a refund ... moreof the purchase price. If any coin purchased from Forum is deemed a forgery by the ACCS. IGC, NGC or PCGS, we will pay the authentication fee plus a refund. SHIPPING OPTIONS COMBINED SHIPPING AT THE SINGLE ITEM SHIPPING RATE FOR AUCTIONS WON WITHIN 3 DAYS. Please note combined shipping is STRICTLY limited to auctions won within 3 days. Some options are not available for all items or to all locations. First Class Mail and International Airmail can only be used on envelopes. We cannot ship fragile items or items too large to fit in an envelope by First Class Mail or International Airmail. Express mail may not be available or an additional charge may be necessary for heavy book orders. U.S. Shipping Options: 1st Class Mail(Coins Only) $3 Priority Mail- $9 Express Mail- $21 International Shipping Options: International 1st Class Mail(Coins Only. Orders Under $200) $5 Global Priority Mail(Orders Under $200) $20 International Registered Mail(slow. Normally 2- 6 weeks) $20 Global Express Mail- $45. Heavy multiple book orders and orders for large fragile antiquities may require additional shipping to some locations. LIMITS AND EXCEPTIONS Returned items must be in the same condi
FORVM Greek Bronze Arrowhead 6th-3th Century BC Bilobate w/ Spur
Greek. Bronze Arrowhead, 6th- 3th Century B.C. Antiquities authenticated and attributed by Alex G. Malloy. From the collection of Alex G. Malloy. Former dealer in antiquities for 40 years. AA36827. Bronze arrowhead; 25 mm long; bilobate with rounded edge. Short shaft and spur; $81, Forum Ancient Coins' Buy it Now eBay listings are priced to sell. We do NOT discount or consider offers for our FIXED PRICE eBay listings. GUARANTEE Guaranteed Delivery- We guarantee delivery. If your order is not delivered we will refund. Authenticity Guaranteed For Eternity- Any item deemed a forgery may be returned anytime forever for a refund of the purchase price. If any coin purchased from Forum is deemed a forgery by the ACCS. IGC, NGC or PCGS, we will pay the authentication fee plus a refund. SHIPPING OPTIONS COMBINED SHIPPING AT THE SINGLE ITEM SHIPPING ... moreRATE FOR AUCTIONS WON WITHIN 3 DAYS. Please note combined shipping is STRICTLY limited to auctions won within 3 days. Some options are not available for all items or to all locations. First Class Mail and International Airmail can only be used on envelopes. We cannot ship fragile items or items too large to fit in an envelope by First Class Mail or International Airmail. Express mail may not be available or an additional charge may be necessary for heavy book orders. U.S. Shipping Options: 1st Class Mail(Coins Only) $3 Priority Mail- $9 Express Mail- $21 International Shipping Options: International 1st Class Mail(Coins Only. Orders Under $200) $5 Global Priority Mail(Orders Under $200) $20 International Registered Mail(slow. Normally 2- 6 weeks) $20 Global Express Mail- $45. Heavy multiple book orders and orders for large fragile antiquities may require additional shipping to some locations. LIMITS AND EXCEPTIONS Returned items must be in the same condition as when purchased. Uncleaned coins must still be uncleaned. Encapsulated coin holders must still be sealed. Coins purchased as a group for one price may be returned only as an entire group. Shipping ch
FORVM Greek Terracotta Youth's Head 4th Century BC Original Pigment Choice
Greek. Terracotta Youth's Head, 4th Century B.C. We are pleased to offer Alex G. Malloy's personal collection of Greek antiquities. Mr. Malloy. Now retired but consulting for Forum, was a dealer in antiquities for 40 years. We hope you find a few nice pieces here to enhance your collection. From the collection of Alex G. Malloy. Former dealer in antiquities for 40 years. AT34435. 2.8 cm(1' high. Beige terracotta, original pigment; hair up and rolled back; condition: Choice. Additional comments: unmounted; $184, Forum Ancient Coins' Buy it Now eBay listings are priced to sell. We do NOT discount or consider offers for our FIXED PRICE eBay listings. GUARANTEE Guaranteed Delivery- We guarantee delivery. If your order is not delivered we will refund. Authenticity Guaranteed For Eternity- Any item deemed a forgery may be returned ... moreanytime forever for a refund of the purchase price. If any coin purchased from Forum is deemed a forgery by the ACCS. IGC, NGC or PCGS, we will pay the authentication fee plus a refund. SHIPPING OPTIONS COMBINED SHIPPING AT THE SINGLE ITEM SHIPPING RATE FOR AUCTIONS WON WITHIN 3 DAYS. Please note combined shipping is STRICTLY limited to auctions won within 3 days. Some options are not available for all items or to all locations. First Class Mail and International Airmail can only be used on envelopes. We cannot ship fragile items or items too large to fit in an envelope by First Class Mail or International Airmail. Express mail may not be available or an additional charge may be necessary for heavy book orders. U.S. Shipping Options: 1st Class Mail(Coins Only) $3 Priority Mail- $9 Express Mail- $21 International Shipping Options: International 1st Class Mail(Coins Only. Orders Under $200) $5 Global Priority Mail(Orders Under $200) $20 International Registered Mail(slow. Normally 2- 6 weeks) $20 Global Express Mail- $45. Heavy multiple book orders and orders for large fragile antiquities may require additional shipping to some locations. LIMITS AND EXCEPTIONS Returned it
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