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A 'Celtic' torc from Trichtingen, Germany. It dates from between 350-100 BC

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An ancient Celtic Torc found in Trichtingen, Germany. It dates from between 350 to 100 BCE

Bague en or retrouvée au doigt d’une princesse gauloise de la nécropole de Bucy-le-Long (Aisne). IV-III BC, France

Bague en or retrouvée au doigt d’une princesse gauloise de la nécropole de Bucy-le-Long (Aisne). IV-III BC, France

A CELTIC SOLID GOLD BRACELET  IRON AGE, CIRCA 1000 B.C.  With central ridge flanked on each side by a shorter, sharper ridge, and then a line of 'cones', with a line of small, square piercings on either side, the outer edges each with another triple set of ridges, the ridges, cones and piercings extending right along the extent of the bracelet, with no distinct terminals, the interior surface with central longitudinal groove, flanked by a double row of small, square piercings

A Celtic solid gold bracelet, Iron Age, circa 1000 B. Estimate: GBP - Photo: Christie's Images Ltd

Bow-Shaped Brooch Celtic northern France 5th century BC silver and copper alloy

Celtic Bow-Shaped Brooch Date: century B. Geography: Made in Northern France Culture: Celtic Medium: Silver, Copper alloy Dimensions: Overall: 1 x 2 x in. x x cm) Classification: Metalwork-Silver

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