Bronze replica of a shoe-shaped seal with a slightly raised edge and the Greek word ΧΑΡΙC (grace) in the center. The original is probably from Egypt (4th- 5th century). Seals of this type, which often bear the name of the owner or auspicious words such as ΖΩΗ (life) or ΥΓΕΙΑ (health), were used by traders to mark packaged merchandise and by potters to brand their wares.
Length 11 cm
Cardholder - ΤΥΧΕΙΝ ΑΡΙΣΤΟΝ
Key ring with a coin from Aegina
Paperweight - Aegina coin
Paperweight - Coin of Corinth