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Image database with photographs of ancient art and antiquities

Our image database provides photographs of ancient art and antiquities for press releases as well as for private use. All artefacts sold in our gallery are documented through professional photographs. The resulting image library contains numerous ancient Egyptian, Greek and Roman antiquities as well as ancient coins. The time span from Stone Age, over Bronze Age and Classical Antiquity until Late Antiquity is covered.

The photo gallery aims at providing a vast visual archive equipped with filters and search tools. You are most welcome to search the constantly growing number of artefacts in the image library. We are also happy to authorize hyperlinks from your webpage / forum to the objects depicted in our gallery. For this purpose, please send us a short notification prior to placing a hyperlink. For almost every object high definition photographs are available and can be provided e.g. to document your collection or for scientific papers or popular science articles. If you are interested in using pictures for publications, print media or other purposes, please contact us and we will be happy to assist you.

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  1. Buy a perfectly preserved Roman beaker found 1907 in Cologne
    Perfectly preserved Roman beaker found 1907 in Cologne

    From the collection of the viniculture historian Friedrich von Bassermann-Jordan. Worth the exhibition in a museum.

  2. Celtic spear head - found in 1970s near Radstock, UK
    Celtic spear head - found in 1970s near Radstock, UK

    Iron, about 2nd century BC - 1st century AD. With export permit by the Arts Council of England.

    Price: on request
  3. Buy Roman potsherds from the Rhineland
    Roman potsherds from the Rhineland

    Fragments of Roman pottery. Finds from the Roman city of Novaesium, today's Neuss in Germany, an early Roman foundation and with this one of the oldest cities in Germany.

    Price: on request
  4. Buy Roman potsherds from the Rhineland
    Roman potsherds from the Rhineland

    Fragments of Roman pottery. Finds from the Roman city of Novaesium, today's Neuss in Germany, an early Roman foundation and with this one of the oldest cities in Germany.

    Price: on request
  5. Buy Roman gold fingerring
    Roman gold fingerring

    Nice piece of jewellery from the later Roman Imperial period. With beaded wires and intaglio. Found in England.

  6. Rare Tacitus print by Hieronymus Froben, Basel 1544
    Rare Tacitus print by Hieronymus Froben, Basel 1544

    The only 1544 print currently offered on the market. Attractive and rare 16th century print, published in the workshop Froben. Impressive folio in very good condition, thoroughly printed. Beautiful large wood- and metal-cut initials.

    Price: on request
  7. Celtic spear head - found in 1970s near Warminster, UK
    Celtic spear head - found in 1970s near Warminster, UK

    Made of iron, about 1st century BC - 1st century AD. With export permit by the Arts Council of England.

    Price: on request
  8. Celtic coin - Iceni tribe
    Celtic coin - Iceni tribe

    East Anglia mint, reported to have been found in Stonea Grange, Cambridgeshire.

    Price: on request
  9. Celtic coin - Iceni tribe
    Celtic coin - Iceni tribe

    East Anglia mint, reported to have been found in Stonea Grange, Cambridgeshire.

    Price: on request
  10. Buy Flint knife
    Flint knife from Northern Germany

    Flat two-edged stone blade from the Dagger Period of Northern Europe.

    Price: on request
  11. Jungsteinzeitlichen Meißel kaufen
    Stone Age chisel from Northern Germany

    Asymmetrically shaped chisel with two polished sides. Made of light flint. Approx. 3400 to 2400 BC.

    Price: on request
  12. Neolithic thin butted axe head
    Neolithic thin butted axe head

    Axe from the Early Neolithic is made of beautiful reddish brown flint with inclusions. Found in Northern Germany.

    Price: on request
  13. Neolithic flint sickle
    Small Neolithic sickle from Northern Germany

    The crescent-shaped blade is made of reddish brown flint. This tool represents an intermediate state within the radical transition from Neolithic to Bronze Age.

    Price: on request
  14. Neolithic flint sickle
    Neolithic sickle from Northern Germany

    Small crescent-shaped blade made of beautiful polychrome flint. This tool represents an intermediate state within the radical transition from Neolithic to Bronze Age.

    Price: on request
  15. Celtic coin - Iceni tribe
    Perfectly preserved Celtic coin - Iceni tribe

    East Anglia mint, reported to have been found in Stonea Grange, Cambridgeshire.

    Price: on request
  16. Elegant Roman jar with one handle
    Elegant Roman jar with one handle

    From an old German private collection, acquired December 1966 at Hermann Zirkel, Cologne, Germany.

    Price: on request
  17. Elegant Roman jar with two handles
    Elegant Roman jar with two handles

    From an old German private collection, acquired in the 1960s at a Cologne ancient art gallery.

    Price: on request
  18. Voluminous Roman pot
    Voluminous Roman pot

    From an old German private collection, acquired December 1965 at Hermann Zirkel, Cologne, Germany.

  19. Roman jar with handle
    Roman jar with handle

    Roman Empire, 3rd century AD, excellently preserved. From and old German collection, acquired in the 1960s - 1970s.

    Price: on request
  20. Buy Bronze Age bowl
    Bronze Age bowl with handle

    The simple dish is made of coarse clay and originated in Bronze Age Europe.

    Price: on request
  21. Buy storage vessel from Early Bronze Age
    Small storage vessel from Early Bronze Age

    The elegant vessel could be stringed and suspended to protect its content from animals. From Early Bronze Age Europe.

    Price: on request
  22. Buy Bell Beaker culture cup
    Beaker of the Bell Beaker culture

    The voluminous body has the typical shape of vessels from the Bell Beaker culture. It has been made during the transitioning period between Stone Age and Bronze Age.

    Price: on request
  23. Buy bone pyxis
    Tall bone pyxis

    Interesting cylindrical vessel with rich decoration. From antiquity or early Middle Ages.

    Price: on request
  24. Buy violin bow fibula
    Large decorated violin bow fibula

    Impressive piece of jewellery because of its size and decoration. From Central Europe, made during Late Bronze Age or Early Iron Age.

    Price: on request
  25. Buy New Stone Age axe head
    Small axe head from the New Stone Age

    Compact stone axe from the 3rd Millenium BC. Found on the Danish island of Moen.

    Price: on request
  26. Buy Neolithic chisel
    Neolithic chisel from Northern Germany

    Elegantly shaped chisel with two polished sides. Made of dark flint. Approx. 3400 to 2400 BC.

    Price: on request
  27. Buy Neolithic axe head
    Neolithic axe head from Luetzow in Northern Germany

    Polished axe made of beautiful brown flint. It was found more than 100 years ago near the town of Luetzow.

    Price: on request
  28. Buy flint Dagger blade
    Dagger blade made of beautiful flint

    The finely worked long blade was found in Luetzow in Northern Germany. The artefact was made towards the end of the Neolithic.

    Price: on request
  29. Buy Celtic neck ring
    Celtic neck ring

    Open ring made of solid bronze. The torc is from Gaul or Central Europe and dates to the 4th or 3rd century BC.

    Price: on request
  30. Neolithic chisel
    Neolithic chisel from Northern Germany

    Elegantly shaped chisel with two polished sides. Made of grey flint. Approx. 3400 to 2400 BC.

    Price: on request
  31. Buy Neolithic sickle
    Neolithic sickle from Northern Germany

    Crescent-shaped blade made of beautiful grey flint. This tool represents an intermediate state within the radical transition from Neolithic to Bronze Age.

    Price: on request
  32. Neolithic flint sickle
    Neolithic sickle from Northern Germany

    Small crescent-shaped blade made of beautiful grey flint. This tool represents an intermediate state within the radical transition from Neolithic to Bronze Age.

    Price: on request
  33. Buy Neolithic axe head
    Neolithic axe head from Luetzow in Northern Germany

    Nice polished axe from brown flint. It was found more than 100 years ago near the town of Luetzow.

    Price: on request
  34. Roman beaker found in Cologne
    Roman beaker found in Cologne

    Museum-worth preservation. Found in the Luxemburgerstrasse in Cologne, Germany. Acquired in 1967 at Hermann Zirkel Gallery in Cologne.

    Price: on request
  35. Roman legionary wine cup found in Cologne
    Roman legionary wine cup found in Cologne

    Acquired in 1967 at Hermann Zirkel Gallery, Cologne, Germany. Very well preserved. Reported to have been found in Cologne.

    Price: on request
  36. Rare Roman amphora stopper found in Cologne
    Rare Roman amphora stopper found in Cologne

    Acquired in 1965 at Hermann Zirkel Gallery, Cologne, Germany. Very well preserved. Reported to have been found in Cologne.

    Price: on request

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