All the invaluable items are believed to have been looted by ISIL militants from Syrian archeological sites.
After receiving reports about the illegal trade, Facebook removed the pages presenting the stolen items.
Reports also said that ISIL plans to sell the plundered items through middlemen on social media because museums and auction houses all over the world have been warned against any such trade.
The terrorist group has so far managed to secure $100 million via selling the stolen archeological items, the reports added.
ISIL terrorists have so far destroyed artifacts at a number of historical sites in Iraq and Syria, including Iraq’s northern ancient Assyrian city of Nimrud and the Ninawa museum in Mosul.