A very rare fibula, most likely (until proven otherwise) a unique piece.
Found in the north of the Noord-Holland province in the Netherlands (Kop van Noord-Holland) and is was probably a water sacrifice because of its location.
Material: copper alloy with enamel.
The fibula is a Roman symmetrical (equilateral) disk/plate-fibula with animal heads at the ends.
The discs are enamelled and the remnants of this is present.
This type of fibula has a hinge and a needle holder, which is sadly lacking.
Several specialists have now taken a look, but such a specimen is not known in Western Europe.
Though there are some derivations of this ‘relative' of the fibula.
The fibula has been preserved by a specialist company, ADC ArcheoCare.
The report is included in the purchase.
For shipment between countries in the EU no export permit is required. The seller warrants that he has obtained this lot in a legal way and that he has the necessary permits. The seller shall inform the buyer if obtaining the proper permits and the shipment of the lot will take more than a few days.
款項一經收訖，賣家須於 3 個工作天內將拍賣品付運至貨運公司。
您可從賣家地址自行提貨: Den Helder (Noord-Holland), 荷蘭.