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Earthenware olive jar neck with encrustation that could contain other artifacts.

Currency:USD Category:Artifacts / Shipwreck Artifacts Start Price:60.00 USD Estimated At:75.00 - 100.00 USD
Earthenware olive jar neck with encrustation that could contain other artifacts.
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This item SOLD at 2013 May 02 @ 21:07UTC-4 : AST/EDT
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Earthenware olive jar neck with encrustation that could contain other artifacts. 645 grams; about 4" in diameter and 4" thick. As the thickest part of the jar, the neck seems to be the usual survivor, and it is also the nicest display, this example additionally with heavy (dark-orange) encrustation on the bottom with lots of small pieces of other items. With certificate hand-signed by Frank and Daniel Sedwick in 1995. Recovered from: San Geronimo, sunk in 1751 off the Yucatan peninsula of Mexico