Mixed lot of ROMAN GOLD JEWELRY parts, 2,000 years old

A neat mixed lot of Roman era gold and jewelry parts, excavated in the Levant, near the Eastern Mediterranean Sea, dating from around 200 BC to 400 AD, more or less. T are no complete pieces, being mainly curiousities for a collection of Roman period items, although the garnet bead appears to be intact. The rest are probably earring parts. The total weight is about 1.8 grams, Roman period gold usually sells for about $120 or more per gram, we are offering this for one half of the retail price.
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