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Auction Description for Ancient Resource LLC: Auction 55: Fine Ancient Artifacts Winter Sale
Auction Description:
Our December 4th auction will be filled with over 400 lots of fine museum-quality items and sure to showcase some our finest offerings yet. This auction offers a spectacular selection of authentic, museum quality, and well-provenanced Ancient Egyptian, Greek, Roman, Near Eastern, Islamic, Byzantine, and Pre-Columbian antiquities. We are thrilled to be offering a section of 20+ lots de-accessed from the California Museum of Ancient Art to help raise money for their Ancient Art Acquisition Fund, including a little Noah's Ark of animal amulets sure to delight. Also offered will be two fabulous Roman marble busts; one depicting the Emperor Hadrian, and the other the Greek philosopher Demosthenes. Please get in touch if you have any questions and please remember to ask for condition reports on any items you may be interested in. We also accept absentee bids and phone bidding if bidders would like to call and set either option up for the sale.
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Auction 55: Fine Ancient Artifacts Winter Sale (414 Lots)

by Ancient Resource LLC


414 lots with images

December 4, 2016

Live Auction

Montrose, CA, USA

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Egyptian faience amulet of Taweret

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Description: Egyptian pale blue faience amulet of Taweret, Late Period, c. 664 - 30 BC, nicely detailed with suspension loop at back. H: 1 ½ in (3.8cm). Ex John Cummings Ltd, London.

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An Egyptian stone amulet of a trussed ox

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Description: An Egyptian stone amulet of a trussed ox, New Kingdom, c. 1570 - 1075 BC, extremely well carved in naturalistic style with light deposits. L: 1.8 cm. Ex Boston Museum of Fine Arts.

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A fantastic Egyptian New Kingdom steatite oval plaque

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Description: A fantastic Egyptian New Kingdom steatite oval plaque, c. 1550-1070 BC, depicting a striding king smiting enemy on one side and royal titles with uncertain name, perhaps a member of the household. Cf. Matouk II, 1678 for one side, L: 18 x 13 mm. Ex Jonathan Rosen collection, New York.

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Egyptian faience bust from an amulet of Harpokrates, Ptolemaic

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Description: An Egyptian faience bust from an amulet of Harpokrates, Ptolemaic, c. 332 - 30 BC, his features nicely modeled and wearing characteristic side lock, he holds a jar in left arm and holds right finger to his lower lip. H: 1 in (2.5cm). Mounted on rectangular wood base. Ex collection of William Major Tedder.

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Egyptian brecciated jasper and hematite mace head

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Description: An Egyptian brecciated jasper and hematite mace head, late Pre-Dynastic - early Dynastic Period, c. 3000 - 2500 BC, in shades of black, white and maroon stone, D: 1 3/5 in (4.1cm). Because of the fragile nature of the stone, breccia mace heads were thought to be ceremonial and not for use in warfare. The rarity of the stone would also indicate that it belonged to a person of the royal bloodline. Ex Denton Estate.

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An Egyptian faience torso from a concubine figure

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Description: An Egyptian faience torso from a concubine figure, Late Period, c. 664 – 32 BC, right hand cupped beneath her right breast, left arm pendant at side. Light blue glaze remains with some black spots painted on the arms. H: 2 2/3 in (6.7cm). Mounted on rectangular wood base. Ex collection of the Czech diplomat Stanislav Kovar (1889-1962).

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Roman terracotta figure of a robed woman, Egypt,

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Description: A Roman terracotta figure of a robed woman, Egypt, c. 3rd - 4th Century AD, holding a tambourine, wearing robes with a brooch at her breast and an arm band, her hair styled in waves behind a rolled diadem. H: 4 1/3 in (11.1cm). Traces of slip, light deposits. Ex collection of Lieutenant Commander Henry Honychurch Gorringe, later consigned to the Worcester Art Museum, and including original museum collection numbers

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A Greek terracotta figurine of a robed man

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Description: A Greek terracotta figurine of a robed man, c. 4th - 3rd Century BC, wearing a diadem, his face bearded in the manner of a philosopher. H: 4 7/8 in (12.3cm). Light deposits. Ex Connecticut private collection.

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A life-sized Etruscan terracotta left foot

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Description: A life-sized Etruscan terracotta left foot, c. 3rd - 2nd Century BC, from a large statue, naturalistically fashioned on an integral base which resembles the sole of a sandal. L: 8 1/3 in (21.1cm), H: 5 7/8 in (15cm). Deposits throughout. Ex East Sussex, UK private collection.

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An attractive Italo-Megarian bowl

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Description: An attractive Italo-Megarian bowl, c. 2nd Century AD, red-slipped, hemispherical in form. The base is centered by a disk enclosing a rosette from which radiates a composite floral of 6 acanthus leaves and 6 flowering plants. A band of draping runs around the body above the floral design, H: 2 7/8 in (7.4cm), D: 4 4/5 in (12.2cm). Ex estate of an Ohio private antiquities collector.

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A Syro-Hittite terracotta seated figure

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Description: A Syro-Hittite terracotta seated figure, c. 2000 - 1500 BC, with large circular eyes, angular nose and wearing a pointed headdress and collar, the arms resembling wings pressed against its chest, incised lines indicating tattoos or scarification on the hands and wrists. An interesting piece with good style. H: 3 ¾ in (9.6cm). Ex New York private antiquities collection.

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A large Central Asian terracotta male head

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Description: A large Central Asian terracotta male head, c. 5th - 7th Century AD, with well-rendered features and wearing an elaborate headdress. A lovely piece resembling the Ghandaran schist sculpture of the same period. H: 6 in (15.3cm). Mineral deposits throughout, custom stone base. Ex New York private antiquities collection.

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A Villanovan bronze spectacle brooch, Etruria

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Description: A Villanovan bronze spectacle brooch, Etruria, c. 8th-7th Century BC, W: 4 1/2 in. (11.4 cm). Ex Royal Athena Galleries, New York; Acquired from James Ede, in London, July 1990.

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Italic bronze nude male figure, c.7th Century BC

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Description: Italic bronze nude male figure, c.7th Century BC, standing with hands held out before him and feet together. He wears a helmet-like hairstyle, facial features stylized with large eyes. H: 5 1/8 in (13 cm). Mounted on stand. Ex collection Sol Rabin, Beverly Hills, Cal.; Acquired in Switzerland, May 1986.

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Western Asiatic bronze male adorant, Steppes

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Description: Western Asiatic bronze male adorant, Steppes, c. 8th-6th Century BC, H. 2 1/2 in. (6.4 cm.). Cf. Archäologie der Sowjetunion vom Altertum bis zum Mittelalter: Bronzezeit Mittelasiens und des Kaukasus, Verkag Nauka, 1992, fig. 50 ff. See also: B.E. Markovin, 'Bronze ‘Amulets’ From the Caucasus Mountains and their Adorants', in Eurasian Antiquities, Moscow, 1999. Ex French collection

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Phoenician bronze duck head axe, Middle Bronze Age IIa

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Description: Phoenician bronze duck head axe, Middle Bronze Age IIa, c. 2000-1750 BC, with oblong rounded blade, fenestrated with two oblong openings. L: 4 1/4 in. (10.7 cm.) Ex French collection; David R. Russell collection, author of Antique Woodworking Tools, Their Craftsmanship from the Earliest Times to the Twentieth Century (2010).

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Roman marble herm bust of a Celtic queen or goddess

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Description: A Roman marble herm bust of a Celtic queen or goddess, c. 1st-2nd Century AD, with long curling hair, centrally-parted and flowing to the shoulders, wearing a diadem, the brow furrowed above deep-set eyes, and the ears drilled for earrings, She wears a torq around the neck and the back of the head is flat, H: 6 in (15.2cm). Ex New York private collection, acquired between 1970 and 1989; thence by descent.

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A Roman colorless glass ribbed beaker

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Description: A Roman colorless glass ribbed beaker, c. 4th Century AD, the tall drinking cup with four deeply indented vertical grooves, curved rim with the edges ground flat. The vessel shows a lovely silvery iridescence with earthen deposits. H: 5 in (12.8cm). Ex Antiquarium Gallery, New York ; From the Collection of Vincent Smith-Durham, Hav-A-Mil House.

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A Roman purple glass miniature pitcher

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Description: A Roman purple glass miniature pitcher, c. 3rd-4th Century AD, with a trefoil mouth, cylindrical ribbed body, and applied handle, H: 2 ½ in (6.5cm). Ex South London private collection.

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A Roman golden yellow glass cosmetic jar

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Description: A Roman golden yellow glass cosmetic jar, c. 4th Century AD, with small flared foot, the body tapering to a widely flared mouth with inward folded rim, a trailed handle to either side. An attractive vessel, the surface with a purple sheen with attractive multi-colored iridescence. H: 4 7/8 in (12.5cm). Foot re-attached, light mineral deposits inside and in the recesses. Ex German private antiquities collection.

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A lot of 10 Egyptian terracotta amulet molds

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Description: A lot of 10 Egyptian terracotta amulet molds, New Kingdom, c. 1570 - 1075 BC. Lot includes a mold for a Wedjat, or 'Eye of Horus', with a uraeus before, one for a large scarab, a mold for the base of a scarab, a mold for a nice Djed pillar of Osiris amulet representing Osiris, a mold for a date palm element for a broad collar, another for a serpentine bezel for a faience ring, a mold for “knot of Isis” amulet, a mold for a poppy bead, a mold for an amulet of Bes and a mold for a large rosette bead. A few containing remains of the white paste from use and earthen deposits, the scarab mold with old collection numbers in red. Well preserved. Largest measures 37 x 38mm in width. Ex Orange County private collection.

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Egyptian mold for a bezel with cartouche of Ramses II

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Description: A choice Egyptian mold for a bezel with cartouche of Ramses II, c. 1279 – 1075 BC, with nearly perfectly preserved characters. Would have produced beads or ring bezels with pharaoh’s name which were common all the way to the end of the New Kingdom. 22 x 21cm. Ex Orange County private collection.

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An Egyptian ceramic votive flask, New Kingdom

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Description: An Egyptian ceramic votive flask, New Kingdom, c. 1570 – 1075 BC, of slender shape with slightly ovoid body, long cylindrical neck and flat rim, a band of linen around the neck. Collection notes on round wood base 'Tomb of Kings, Thebes 18th Dyn.' H: 4 ½ in (11.4 cm). A nice little flask and scarce from the New Kingdom. Ex Los Angeles private collection.

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Lovely Greek terracotta bust of a woman, Egypt

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Description: A lovely Greek terracotta bust of a woman, Egypt, c. 4th – 3rd Century BC, retaining almost all of its original pigment. The woman wears a chiton with a red trim border and a himation, her hair styled back in ridge beneath a head band into a coiled bun at the back of her head. Her features are beautifully modeled nd the addition of the original pigment makes this a very attractive piece indeed. H: 4 in (10.2cm). Ex Rhode Island private collection.

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An Egyptian terracotta bread stamp

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Description: An Egyptian terracotta bread stamp, c. 2nd Century BC – 2nd Century AD, the circular face depicting a man reaching up to Apis bull, solar disk between horns. D: 3 1/3 in (8.5cm). Well-preserved with preserved red slip. Ex collection of William Major Tedder.

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Romano-Egyptian terracotta bust of Harpokrates

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Description: A Romano-Egyptian terracotta bust of Harpokrates, c. 1st – 2nd Century AD, wearing an elaborate headdress and holding a cornucopia, right finger pressed to lips. H: 3 ½ in (8.9cm). Nice style and light surface deposits. Ex New York private collection.

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Romano-Egyptian terracotta head of Isis

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Description: A nice Romano-Egyptian terracotta head of Isis, c. 1st – 2nd Century AD, wearing a headdress consisting of solar disk and horns amidst floral elements. H: 2 ½ in (6.5cm). Nice style and light deposits, mounted on a wood base. Ex collection of William Major Tedder.

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An Egyptian polychrome jar representing Bes

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Description: An Egyptian polychrome jar representing Bes, Roman Egypt, c. 3rd - 4th Century AD, the body with a face modeled into the side with large almond-shaped eyes, conical nose and small ears. The features are detailed in black slip, the rest of the vessel adorned with geometric decoration in red and black slip. H: 5 3/8 in (13.7 cm). Mineral encrustation. Ex New Jersey estate.

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A nice Egyptian wood ushabti, New Kingdom

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Description: A nice Egyptian wood ushabti, New Kingdom, c. 1570 – 1075 BC, nicely carved and depicted mummiform, wearing tripartite wig with lappets, arms folded at chest, the implements would have been represented in paint. The facial detailed are very well carved and overall a nice example. H: 8 2/5 in (21.4cm). Mounted on wood base. Ex New York private estate.

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An Egyptian wooden ushabti, Late New Kingdom

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Description: An Egyptian wooden ushabti, Late New Kingdom, c. 1200 – 1075 BC, depicted mummiform, wearing tripartite wig, arms folded at chest, hand with implements and a column of hieroglyphs down front of legs. H: 7 in (17.7cm). Well-preserved with light deposits, mounted on a custom base. Ex Jamieson Design, St. Louis.

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An Egyptian terracotta ‘Reis’ or overseer ushabti

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Description: An Egyptian terracotta ‘Reis’ or overseer ushabti, late New Kingdom, c. 1200 - 1075 BC, a nice example, depicted mummiform, wearing tripartite wig and triangular apron of daily life, hand folded at chest, the implements would have been represented in paint, which is style preserved on the hair and face. 6 5/8 in (16.8 cm). Light surface deposits. Ex Dr. Serop Simonian, Egyptologist, Luxor, Las Vegas.

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Egyptian ceramic ushabti, 3rd Intermediate Period

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Description: An Egyptian ceramic ushabti, 3rd Intermediate Period, c. 1075 – 664 BC, depicted mummiform, wearing tripartite wig, arms folded over chest, hands grasping a pick and hoe, bag painted at center of back. Nice mottled surfaces with spotted areas of glaze remaining as well as traces of detail in black including text. H: 3 ½ in (8.9cm). Ex collection of Prof. Alan Pasch, Maryland.

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A nice Egyptian green glazed faience ushabti

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Description: A nice Egyptian green glazed faience ushabti, Late Period, c. 664 – 332 BC, depicted mummiform and standing on integral base, wearing tripartite wig and false beard, arms folded at chest, hands holding a pick and hoe, bag over left shoulder, six horizontal bands of text down front and sides of legs, vertical plinth down back. H: 5 ¾ in (14.6cm). A handsome example with clear text and overall pleasing style. Ex collection of Prof. Alan Pasch, Maryland.

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Egyptian pale green faience ushabti, Late Period

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Description: An Egyptian pale green faience ushabti, Late Period, c. 664 – 332 BC, depicted mummiform and standing on integral base, wearing striated tripartite wig and false beard, arms folded at chest, hands holding a pick and hoe, bag over left shoulder, vertical column of Hieroglyphic text down the front of the legs and a vertical plinth down back. Nicely detailed facial detail and a very pleasing example! H: 5 2/3 in (14.5cm). With antique wood black base. Ex New York private collection.

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A nice Egyptian glazed faience ushabti

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Description: A nice Egyptian glazed faience ushabti, Late Period, c. 664 – 332 BC, depicted mummiform standing on integral base, wearing tripartite wig with false beard, arms folded at chest hands holding a hoe in each hand, bag over left shoulder. A pleasing example with good pale blue-green color and vertical column of hieroglyphic text down the front of the legs, vertical plinth down. H: 4 7/8 in (12.5cm). Light weathering and deposits. Ex South Yorkshire, UK private collection.

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Nice little turquoise glazed faience ushabti

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Description: A nice little turquoise glazed faience ushabti, Late Period, c. 664 – 30 BC, depicted mummiform and standing on integral base, wearing tripartite wig and false beard, arms folded at chest, hands holding a pick and hoe, bag over left shoulder, vertical plinth down back. H: 2 7/8 in (7.4cm). A pleasing little figure with well-preserved turquoise colored glaze. Ex collection of Prof. Alan Pasch, Maryland.

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Egyptian faience ushabti with black glaze

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Description: An Egyptian faience ushabti with black glaze, Late Period, c. 664 – 30 BC, depicted mummiform and standing on integral base, wearing tripartite wig and false beard, arms folded at chest, hands holding a pick and hoe, bag over left shoulder, vertical plinth down back. Glaze now a glossy black, perhaps from fire in the tomb. H: 4 ½ in (11.4cm). Ex collection of Prof. Alan Pasch, Maryland.

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Fantastic large Egyptian ushabti with inscription

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Description: A fantastic large Egyptian faience ushabti with large inscription, Late Period, c. 664 – 332 BC, depicted mummiform, standing on integral base, wearing tripartite headdress with false beard. Arms folded at chest, hands grasping a pick and hoe, bag on left shoulder, eight horizontal lines of Hieroglyphic text down front of legs, last line continuing onto the vertical plinth at back. H: 7 7/8 in (20cm). Attractive features and overall style, glaze now a greenish brown beneath mineral deposits. A large and impressive example! Ex collection of Prof. Alan Pasch, Maryland.

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Egyptian blue faience reis or overseer ushabti

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Description: An Egyptian blue faience reis or overseer ushabti, 3rd Intermediate Period, 21st Dynasty, c. 1075 - 945 BC, wearing characteristic kilt and rectangular apron of everyday life, tripartite wig with seshed head band. Right arm is bent across the waist and holds a whip, left arm pendant at side, face rounded with nose and lips present, eyes detailed in black, single vertical column of hieroglyphic text down front, continuing do lower portion of back. H: 3 3/8 in (8.6 cm). Nice blue color. Ex New Jersey estate.

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An interesting Egyptian terracotta ushabti

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Description: An interesting Egyptian terracotta ushabti, Late New Kingdom, c. 1200 - 1075 BC, from the territories in Israel and Jordan most likely, the body mummiform but without headdress, the features nicely modeled, arms folded across chest, fingers neatly delineated. A most curious ushabti and originally from one of the jar burials from the Holy Land. H: 8 in (20.3 cm). Ex Nomis Antiquities.

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An Egyptian faience amulet of Taweret

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Description: An Egyptian faience amulet of Taweret mounted on a crystal base, Late Period, c. 664 – 30 BC, in classic form with head of Hippopotamus and pregnant belly, suspension loop at back of neck. The amulet is well-preserved with remaining green glaze and is mounted on a nice translucent crystal. Amulet height 3.3 cm. Ex R. Fletcher collection, Taos, NM, acquired in the mid-1950’s from a dealer in Los Angeles.

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Egyptian diorite granite Eye of Horus amulet

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Description: A nice Egyptian diorite granite Eye of Horus amulet, 3rd Intermediate Period, c. 1075 – 664 BC, nicely carved in attractive stone, horizontal hole for suspension. 27 x 20mm. Ex Orange County private collection.

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Egyptian faience amulet of Harpokrates, Roman Period

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Description: An Egyptian faience amulet of Harpokrates, Roman Period, c. 1st Century BC - 1st Century AD, nude, standing next to a large torch or cornucopiae around which he wraps his left arm, right finger to mouth. H: 1 1/2 in (3.8 cm). Intact. Ex Royal Athena Galleries, New York.

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Egyptian green glazed faience amulet of Pataikos

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Description: A large Egyptian green glazed faience amulet of Pataikos, Late Period, c. 664 – 30 BC, depicted nude and standing on integral base in the characteristic guise of a nude dwarf, wearing close-fitting skull cap and hands on his hips. Very nicely detailed with good style and well-preserved surfaces. H: 2 in (5.1cm). Ex North Carolina private estate.

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Lot of 4 Egyptian faience Eye of Horus amulets

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Description: A lot of 4 Egyptian faience Eye of Horus amulets, 3rd Intermediate Period, c. 1075 – 664 BC, each are molded, one with very crisp detail and three are bicolor with black additions. Largest 23 x 19mm. The group is well-preserved, the open-work example retaining part of the rectangular border. Ex Hamdy Sakr collection; previously in the private collection of Alex Anckonie III, acquired during his time in the Navy in the 1960's - 1970's.

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A group of 5 Egyptian objects

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Description: A group of 5 Egyptian objects. Lot includes a pair of faience papyrus sceptre amulets, Late Period, c. 664 – 30 BC, a serpentine scaraboid-shaped bead from the same period, a Roman green glass pendant, c. 1st – 4th Century AD, with large suspension loop and nice iridescence and last a Roman ring stone, c. l 1st – 2nd Century AD, with male head ¾ facing to left, carved in nice style. Largest measures 43mm in length. A nice mixed group! Ex-Detroit private collection.

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Egyptian scarab in 14k scarab necklace/brooch Thutmose III

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Description: A large Egyptian scarab in a 14k scarab formed brooch. The scarab is a large faience example, Late Period, c. 664 – 332 BC, with nicely molded body, the base with 'Men-Kheper-Re' within a dashed border, which is the praenomen of the Pharaoh Thutmose III and is here used in an amuletic sense for protection and good fortune. L: 1 2/3 in (4.3cm). Ex New York private collection.

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Choice Egyptian scarab in gold swivel ring

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Description: A choice Egyptian scarab in gold swivel ring. The scarab is a lovely New Kingdom example, c. 1570 – 1075 BC, in pale green glaze faience with well-defined body and reading “Son of Ra is Just” on the base. The scarab is set in a handsome gold swivel ring resembling ancient Egyptian style. Scarab 16 x 11mm, Ring Size about 3 ¾ - 4. L: 3/5 in (1.5cm). Ex New Jersey private collection.

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Gorgeous antique gold bracelet with 8 Egyptian scarabs

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Description: A gorgeous antique gold bracelet set with 8 Egyptian faience and steatite scarabs. The scarabs are mainly New Kingdom examples, c. 1570 – 1075 BC, and extremely well-preserved. Bracelet measures 7 ½ in (19 cm) in length and wearable. Ex Oxford, UK private collection.

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Egyptian steatite scarab, 2nd Intermediate Period

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Description: An Egyptian steatite scarab, 2nd Intermediate Period, c. 1750 – 1570 BC, with the god Ra standing before a rampant crocodile. 23 x 15mm. Light deposits, holed lengthwise for suspension. Ex North Carolina private collection.

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