Crusaders Era Bronze Exceedingly Rare Openwork Applique with an Eagle symbol of the important Hohenstaufen Dynasty

Description
Crusaders Era Bronze Exceedingly Rare Openwork Applique with an Eagle symbol of the important Hohenstaufen Dynasty
12th.-13th. Century AD.

Crusaders Era Bronze Exceedingly Rare Openwork Applique with an Eagle symbol of the Hohenstaufen Dynasty with it specific style in the spirit of the epoch.
The dynasty was very important in the 12th.-13th. Century and even ruled the Holy Roman Empire during the Middle Ages from 1138 until 1254. The most prominent kings Frederick I (1155), Henry VI (1191) and Frederick II (1220) ascended the imperial throne and also ruled Italy and Burgundy.
Very well preserved with a lovely olive green natural patina.

Size:2,8cm.


Item No.D19

Purchased by the current owner in 2011 in Austria, Wien from Collector fair.
Collected Since:1970's.
Previous owners history: Old Austrian Private Collection.


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Lot details
Culture
Crusaders Era
Material
Bronze
Object
Exceedingly Rare Openwork Applique with an Eagle symbol of the important Hohenstaufen Dynasty
Century/ Timeframe
12th.-13th. Century AD.
Condition
Good Condition, See Photo
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