Ancient Roman Fibulae (Toga-Pins)
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Roman, 3rd - 4th Century AD. Nice large bronze "Crossbow-fibula." Roman soldier's / Legionary type, with high arched body for thick material to fit through. Worn over the shoulder. With original pin and terminals, top one reattached. Nice green patina. L: 2 7/8" (4.8 cm). #AR2020: $225


Ancient Rome, 2nd century AD. Nice bronze "swastika-type" brooch decorated with four horse heads at the terminals. Incised concentric circle device at center. Pin missing, but with nice olive-green patina and earthen deposits. 42 mm (1 5/8") diameter. ex-Los Angeles, CA collection. #AR2036x2: $199 SOLD

Ancient Rome, c. 1st Century BC. Bronze fibula with original pin and catch. Pin a bit distorted, likely done in antiquity. Dark glossy olive-green patina. L: 2" (5.1 cm). #AR2021: $99

Roman, 1st century AD. Bronze fibula, Kraftig Profilierte type. Completely intact, coil fused in place. One area of abrasion at very top. likely made during excavation. 39 mm (1 1/2") long. #901272: $75

Roman Empire, c. 2nd century AD. Bronze "knee brooch" fibula. Neat piece with great green patina, some earthen encrustation. One spring coil bent, otherwise in excellent condition. 46 mm (1 3/4") long. #901278: $75

Ancient Rome, 1st-3rd century AD. Huge bronze fibula. Only the main body, the spring mechanism gone. Would make a great pendant! Nice big piece. 58 mm (2 1/4") & heavy! #901274: $60

Roman, 1st Century AD. Aucissa-type bronze fibula, the body with raised ridges. Intact with original pin, heavy earthen encrustation. 49 mm (1 7/8") long. #901273: $80
Roman Britain, 2nd-3rd century AD. Great bronze plate brooch. Heavily detailed with a star pattern, some original white and blue enamel remaining in details. Intact. 33 mm (1 1/4"). Ex Thomas Cotterill collection, UK, acquired in the 19th Century. #AR2120x2: $250

Roman Britain, 2nd-3rd century AD. Nice bronze plate brooch. Nicely made with some original red enamel remaining in the center. 53 mm (2 1/16"). Ex Thomas Cotterill collection, UK, acquired in the 19th Century. #AR2119x2: $225

Roman, 3rd - 4th Century AD. Attractive bronze "Crossbow-fibula." Roman soldier's / Legionary type, with high arched body for thick material to fit through. Worn over the shoulder. Missing pin but with original terminals, top one reattached, nicely incised decoration along the back. L: 3 1/8" (7.9 cm). #AR2024: $199

Ancient Rome, c. 1st Century BC. Roman la Tene type bronze fibula, with iron coil and bronze body. L: 1/4" (5.7 cm). Some losses to end. #AR2019: $99

Ancient Rome, c. 1st Century BC. Nice bronze fibula, with detailed body and original coil and pin. Gorgeous green patina. L: 1 7/8" (4.7 cm). #AR2023: $150

Ancient Rome, 2nd Century BC. Nice bronze 'knee' brooch, with nice enamel green patina and original coil and pin. L: 1 3/8" (3.5 cm). #AR2025: $125

Roman Empire, c. 2nd century AD. Bronze "knee brooch" fibula. Intact! Still uncleaned, as found. 40 mm (1 1/2"). #51114: $55


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Roman-British inlaid brooch. 1st-2nd century England, under Roman occupation. Near-perfect preservation, with original enamel/ glass inlays in blue, gold, green, red, orange, etc. Measures 2 inches long. A beauty! $355 SOLD

Roman, 1st century AD. Bronze fibula, Kraftig Profilierte type. Great piece with nice patina, original coiled spring still hangs loosely, nice incised detail. 47 mm (2") long. #51101: $85 SOLD

Ancient Rome, 2nd-5th Century AD. Bronze coiled-spring fibula. A gorgeous piece with great patina! In amazing state of preservation, original pin still swings freely!. 45 mm long. #6671: $125 SOLD

Ancient Rome, c. 1st Century BC. Rare Roman iron fibula. With original coil and pin. L: 2 5/8" (6.7 cm). Intact and nicely preserved for an all-iron fibula! Pin still swings freely! #AR2027: $150 SOLD

Roman, 2nd - 3rd Century AD. Interesting bronze and iron fibula: the body of bronze and pin of iron. 46 mm (2 3/4") long. Intact. #901277: $65 SOLD

Ancient Roman, c.4th - 5th Century AD. Bronze fibula with coiled spring and nicely incised with an early cross! Intact and nice! Measures 2 1/8". #K-syk22: $350 SOLD

Roman, 2nd-3rd century AD. Bronze fibula, "P-shape" type. Intact! Nice patina. 42 mm (1 5/8") long. #51113: $65 SOLD

Ancient Rome, 2nd-5th Century AD. Huge bronze "Crossbow-Fibula." Roman soldier's / Legionary type, with high arched body for thick material to fit through. Worn over the shoulder. Completely intact except for the top "knob" which has been reattached. Light green patina, with nice engraved markings all around. Found at a Roman military site near the Danube River in Eastern Europe. Measures a whopping 84 mm (3 1/4") and is thick and heavy! From my own personal collection. Must see in-hand! #18666x2: $299 SOLD

Roman, 3rd - 4th Century AD. Very nice large bronze "Crossbow-fibula." Roman soldier's / Legionary type, with high arched body for thick material to fit through. Worn over the shoulder. With original pin and terminals. L: 3" (7.6 cm). Some losses to the end. Nice green patination. #AR2026: $275 SOLD

Roman, 3rd - 4th Century AD. Nice large bronze "Crossbow-fibula." Roman soldier's / Legionary type, with high arched body for thick material to fit through. Worn over the shoulder. With original pin and terminals, top one reattached. Nice olive-green patina. L: 2 5/8" (6.7 cm). #AR2022: $250 SOLD

Roman Empire, c. 2nd century AD. Bronze "knee brooch" fibula. Intact! Great light green patina with some rust around the iron pin. 46 mm (1 3/4") long. #901275: $75 SOLD

Roman, 2nd-3rd century AD. Bronze fibula, "P-shape" type. Intact! Nice patina. 42 mm (1 5/8") long. #51113: $65 SOLD

Roman bronze fibula / toga-pin, 1st century AD. Glosy olive-green patina. 35 mm (1 3/8") long. #51115: $55 SOLD

Roman Empire, c. 2nd century AD. Bronze "knee brooch" fibula. Neat piece. Pin bent into a hook shape, still swings freely! 40 mm (1 1/2") long. #51116: $55 SOLD

Roman, 1st Century AD. Aucissa-type bronze fibula, the body with central ridge and raised borders, decorated with incised hatching. Intact with original pin! 48 mm (1 7/8"). #901280: $80 SOLD

Roman Empire, c. 2nd century AD. Bronze "knee brooch" fibula. Intact! Earthen encrustation - still uncleaned, as found. 46 mm (1 3/4") long. #901281: $60 SOLD

Ancient Rome, 2nd Century BC. Nice bronze 'knee' brooch, with deep green patina and original coil and pin. L: 1 3/8" (3.5 cm). #AR2028: $125 SOLD