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Lot of 6 small, bronze hawk bells (intact), one with encrustation.

Currency:USD Category:Artifacts / Shipwreck Artifacts Start Price:80.00 USD Estimated At:100.00 - 150.00 USD
Lot of 6 small, bronze hawk bells (intact), one with encrustation.
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Lot of 6 small, bronze hawk bells (intact), one with encrustation. 45.1 grams total, up to 1" in diameter. Sundry assortment of crotal bells used for hawking/falconry, one or two with clapper still inside, a couple slightly crushed but all fundamentally intact, mostly green in color but the largest one copper-brown and with chunk of crud adhering to side. With Sedwick certificates from 2001. Recovered from: San Geronimo, sunk in 1751 off the Yucatan peninsula of Mexico