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An interesting collection of 17 Roman pottery fragments excavated in London c.1939, Full Provenance. SOLD
An interesting collection of 17 Roman pottery fragments excavated in London c.1939, Full Provenance. SOLD
An interesting collection of 17 Roman pottery fragments excavated in London c.1939, Full Provenance. SOLD An interesting collection of 17 Roman pottery fragments excavated in London c.1939, Full Provenance. SOLD An interesting collection of 17 Roman pottery fragments excavated in London c.1939, Full Provenance. SOLD An interesting collection of 17 Roman pottery fragments excavated in London c.1939, Full Provenance. SOLD
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c.1st to 4th Century A.D. An interesting collection of 17 assorted Roman pottery fragments excavated in London and including the base segment from a large Roman storage jar. All of these pottery fragments were from a group of assorted Roman artefacts excavated from the same site in London c.1939 and which hails from an Amateur Archaeologists own private collection amassed during the 1930's and all the items also once formed part of a Museum display as various display signage and labelling accompanied the collection. All items in this particular Roman group were unearthed at a depth of 24 feet below Western Union House, 22 Great Winchester Street, London during re-inforcement work to a basement air raid shelter. An affordable and interesting group of Roman British pottery shards, covering many different pottery types and spanning almost the entire Roman occupation of Britain. Jar base approximately 150mm diameter x 65mm high, other fragments range from 30mm to 110mm on average.


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