Dealer Keith Amery.

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Among these at her upcoming fair on Sunday June 23 which accommodates 70 stallholders, is dealer Keith Amery (above) whose specialisms include antiquities and ancient art, Roman coins, fossils, meteorites and shipwreck artefacts.

Amery, who has worked for Spink and book dealers Henry Sotheran, said his most expensive piece on offer at the fair will be a rare Romano-Egyptian votive terracotta statuette of Harpocrates (the child Horus) riding a ram, c.100BC-400AD for £500.

He added: “Ancient Egyptian amulets and scarabs are popular at £50-100 each, whereas the children like Neolithic arrowheads, c.6000-4000BC at £5-10 each as well as ammonite fossils at the same price because these are cool and interesting and within pocket money range.”