REAL GREEK APULIAN-CORINTHIAN BRONZE HELMETS
(also named apulio-corinthian, pseudo-corinthian)
6th/5th century B.C. Early stages of transition from the Corinthian to the Apulo-Corinthian type. 11.000 EUR Oct-2005 (H.H.)
6th/5th century B.C. Reddish-brown patina. 9000 EUR Oct-2009 (H.H.)
5th century B.C. An early example of its type. Reddish-brown patina. 16.000 EUR Oct-2005 (H.H.)
5th century B.C. Red to dark brown and black patina. 14.000 EUR Oct-2009 (H.H.)
5th century B.C. Dark green to bluish-green patina. 10.000 EUR Oct-2005 (H.H.)
6th/5th century B.C. Reddish-brown patina with a metallic surface visible in places. 14.500 EUR Oct-2009 (H.H.).
5th century B.C. Reddish-brown patina, with a partially metallic finish. 6.300 EUR Oct-2005 (H.H.)
6th/5th century B.C. The face cutout was closed in ancient times by two riveted decorated, bronze sheets.Presumably the helmet was used in antiquity as a funerary offering. Extremely rare evidence for rendering an ancient helmet unserviceable for burial with the warrior. 9.000 EUR Oct-2009 (H.H.)
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