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    Ancient Coin, Ruby, Sapphire, Gold Brooch

    The brooch features an Ancient silver drachma, depicting Lysimachus of Thrace, dated between 323 - 281 BC, enhanced by round and oval-shaped ruby cabochons weighing a total of approximately 1.75 carats, accented by an oval-shaped sapphire cabochon weighing approximately 1.25 carats, set in 18k yellow gold. A pinstem and catch mechanism completes the reverse. Gross weight 23.10 grams.
    Dimensions: 1-7/8 inches x 1-5/8 inches
    *Property of Sharon Bush

    Condition Report*: Brooch
    Colored Gemstones: Ruby, Sapphire
    Average Clarity: Good
    Shapes: Round, Oval Cabochons
    Gemstone Count: 5
    Overall Condition: Good
    Notes: Ancient coin-silver drachm of Lysimachus of Thrace 323-28/BC. He is represented as a God, due to the Horn of Amman. Needs polishing.
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    Auction Info

    Auction Dates
    December, 2007
    3rd Monday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 2
    Lot Tracking Activity: N/A
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