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Auction Description for TimeLine Auctions: TimeLine Auctions- Antiquities, Day 3
Auction Description:

Auction Venue (Day 3 - 5):

 

The Old Court House,

363 Main Road,

Harwich

Essex, CO12 4DN

 

Antiquities - Thursday 23rd February 2017 (Day 3)

10.00 - Egyptian Antiquities (lot 1401 - 1520)

- Greek Antiquities (lot 1521 - 1584)

- Roman Antiquities (lot 1585 - 1750)

13:30 - Lunch

14:00 - Roman Antiquities (lot 1751 - 1835)

- Byzantine Antiquities (lot 1836 - 1900)

- Arms & Armour (lot 1901 - 1980)

- Christian Antiquities (lot 1981 - 2020)

- Stone Age Antiquities (lot 2021 - 2077)

- Bronze Age Antiquities (lot 2078 - 2108)

- Iron Age Antiquities (lot 2109 - 2127)

Antiquities - Friday 24th February 2017 (Day 4)

10.00 - Germanic & Saxon Antiquities (lot 2128 - 2169)

- Viking Antiquities (lot 2170 - 2262)

- Medieval Antiquities (lot 2263 - 2350)

- Post Medieval Antiquities (lot 2351 - 2392)

- Natural History (lot 2393 - 2480)

13:30 - Lunch

14:00 - Natural History (lot 2481 - 2564)

- Western Asiatic Antiquities (lot 2565 - 2743)

- Chinese Region Antiquities (lot 2744 - 2800)

- India & Region Antiquities (lot 2801 - 2836)

- Islamic Antiquities (lot 2837 - 2876)

Coins (part 2)- Saturday 25th February 2017 (Day 5)

10.00 - Coins & Medals (lot 3001 - 3718)

 

- Numismatic Books (lot 3719 - 3764)

Terms & Conditions:
Terms and Conditions

Important Notices & Cataloguing Protocols

1. Interpretations and Definitions: the following terms generally apply within these Terms and Conditions; other terms are defined within specific sections following:
Auctioneer - the firm TimeLine Auctions Ltd ("TimeLine" hereafter) or its authorised auctioneer, acting as Agent for the Seller.
Agent - a person or body acting on behalf of another.
Auction - a sale event whether taking place live in real-time or of extended duration (Timed Auction).
Bid - a sum offered by a Bidder to purchase the Lot.
Bidder - the person offering a Bid.
Buyer - the person who the Lot is knocked down to.
Buyer's Premium - the percentage of the Hammer Price payable in addition by the Buyer.
Date of Sale - the date on which the Auctioneer knocks down the Lot.
Group - any Lot comprising more than one item.
Hammer Price - the amount of the winning bid when knocked down by the auctioneer to a Bidder.
Knock(ed/ing) Down - the act of the Auctioneer in bringing the Hammer down to complete the contract for the sale of the Lot to the Buyer submitting the highest bid.
Lot - the goods for sale.
Net Proceeds - the Hammer Price less the Selling Commission and any charges or expenses levied at TimeLine's discretion.
Purchase Price - the total sum due for any Lot, including the Hammer Price, the Buyer's Premium, any internet bidding fees, any shipping charges, taxes, duties or any other costs payable to TimeLine.
Reserve Price - the minimum Hammer Price at which a Lot may be knocked down.
Seller - the person offering the Lot for sale.
Title - legal rights of ownership of the Lot.

2. Application: the singular includes the plural and vice versa and any reference to 'he', 'she' or 'it' applies to all of them.

3. Dimensions and weights: all dimensions and weights are approximate and are for general guidance only; a single dimension given is normally the greatest dimension for the piece(s).

4. Condition: items are briefly described with respect to condition using various phrases to signify the overall and general condition. It should be noted that items having significant age, sometimes being very ancient, often show minor blemishes and defects and these are considered to be normal and would not be individually described. Phrases used include:
Restored - may be repaired or otherwise reinstated; possibly with some areas replaced;
Fair Condition - may be fragmentary or obviously damaged;
Fine Condition - usually essentially complete but may have minor damage or show restoration or repair;
Very Fine Condition - usually complete and in good condition; may have some minor damage, restoration or repair; and
Extremely Fine Condition - complete and better than average condition, without significant repair or restoration.

5. Dating: dates may be given in several forms, as examples below:
527 AD - an item that bears a date upon it or that can otherwise be dated with precision;
6th century AD - an item that can be dated with considerable confidence to a specific period;
Circa 6th century AD - an item that can be approximately dated by comparison with other pieces;
Probably 6th century AD - an item that is likely to be of this period in the light of similar pieces;
Possibly 6th century AD - an item that might be of this period by comparison with items of a broadly similar character; and
Undated - no date is known or suggested for the piece.

6. Attributions: works of art attributions may be given in several forms, as examples below:
Signed - a work bearing the signature of the named artist;
Attributed to - a work of the period of the artist which may be in whole or in part the work of the artist named;
Circle of - a work of the period of the artist and showing his influence;
Follower of - a contemporary or nearly so work executed in the style of the artist;
Manner of - a work executed in the style of the artist but of a later date; and
After - a copy of any date of a work of the artist.

7. Other Descriptive Matters: some other words or phrases are used descriptively, as examples below:
Style - an item made in the style of an earlier age but thought to be probably of later date.
Archaistic - an item made in the style of a much earlier age;
Grand Tour - an item usually of some age but in the style of an earlier age;
After the Antique - an item made as a reproduction, usually of quite modern date; and
Faux - used descriptively when the material used is probably imitative in character.

8. Lots including Archaeological or Cultural Property: a UK export licence from the Department of Culture, Media and Sport, is required for all Lots originating from UK soil or territory leaving the UK and for such Lots of non-UK origin when leaving the EU. TimeLine will make applications for the necessary Cultural Property Export Licence as a 'free of charge' service to Buyers. Clients are advised to check concerning any Regulations applicable in their country of residence regarding importation and to enquire prior to bidding. The deferment of any Export Licence shall not be reason to cancel any bid nor to delay payment.

9. Lots including materials from Endangered Species: a CITES licence will be required for the export from the UK of any item(s) made of or containing materials such as ivory, tortoiseshell, rhinoceros horn, whalebone, etc. Clients are advised to check concerning any Regulations applicable in their country of residence regarding importation.

10. Copyright: all cataloguing text, images and other material published by TimeLine whether physically or electronically is the property of TimeLine and may not be reproduced, stored in any retrieval system or otherwise transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording or otherwise without the prior written consent of TimeLine.

11. Basis of Contract: these terms and conditions apply to the exclusion of any other terms that the Seller or Buyer seeks to impose or incorporate, or which are implied by trade, custom, practice or course of dealing.
(a) In consideration for TimeLine's accepting goods for sale, and the Seller agrees to be bound by these terms and conditions.
(b) In consideration for TimeLine's accepting a Buyer's bid at the Auction, the Buyer agrees to be bound by these terms and conditions.
(c) As auctioneer, TimeLine acts solely for, and in the interest of, the Seller. TimeLine does not act for or give advice to Buyers.

Buying at TimeLine Auctions

12. General Conduct of Auction: TimeLine shall have absolute discretion as to lots offered for sale, lots withdrawn and the conduct of any Auction. TimeLine shall have absolute discretion to refuse entry, decline bids and expel any person from the Auction whether present in person or by agent or proxy or attending by way of any electronic media or telecommunications.

13. Viewing: all Lots are available to view. All prospective Bidders are advised to view any Lot(s) prior to bidding and the Bidder must form their own opinion before bidding. Public viewing arrangements will be advised in advance of the Date of Sale and private viewing can be arranged at the TimeLine premises by appointment.

14. Lot Descriptions: all Lots are offered 'as seen' and 'as is' and are available for inspection. The Buyer is obligated to make all and any enquiries he wishes as to the accuracy and authenticity of any sale description and the principle of caveat emptor applies except where expressly excluded by operation of law. TimeLine does not make or give any guarantee, warranty or representation or undertake any duty of care in relation to the description, illustrations or photographs of any Lot, including condition, quality, provenance, authenticity, background, style, period, age, origin, value and estimated selling price. TimeLine undertakes no obligation to examine, investigate or carry out any tests either in sufficient depth or at all to establish the accuracy or otherwise of any description or opinions given by TimeLine whether in the catalogue or elsewhere. Lots comprising Groups are sold strictly subject to them not being returnable for any reason whatsoever; the provisions set out under Clause 47 are specifically excluded. For coins that have been authenticated, graded and encapsulated ('slabbed') by an independent grading company, no guarantee of any kind is offered by TimeLine. Buyers should note that removal or attempted removal from any slab will immediately void any independent guarantee that might have been offered by that grading company.

15. Condition Reports: All Lots are available for inspection. TimeLine will provide a report on the physical condition of any Lot on request. Bidders/Buyers should note that reports are provided as a service to interested clients. Descriptions therein are not warranties and all Lots are offered 'as seen' and 'as is'.

16. Estimates: estimates are for general guidance only and Lots may sell outside their range. Buyers must make their own assessment as to the value of any Lot and conduct their bidding accordingly.

17. Reserves: Lots may be subject to a Reserve set by the Seller, at a level not exceeding the low estimate, below which Reserve bids cannot be accepted; TimeLine reserves the right to bid on behalf of a Seller, up to the amount of any reserve.

18. Buyer's Premium: the general Buyer's Premium is 24% (VAT inclusive) for Bidders attending the Auction or for telephone Bidders and no additional charge is made for Bidders using our in-house TimeLine internet bidding service. For those using any other internet bidding service that might be available, the provider's normal charges at 3.6% (VAT inclusive) will be payable in addition to the Buyer's Premium.

19. Registration and Bidding: all prospective bidders must register their personal details with TimeLine before bidding and a Bidder Number will be allocated for their exclusive use; prospective Bidders may be asked to provide proof of identity and address. TimeLine reserves its right to refuse any Bidder or any Bid at its discretion. The Bidder Number must be shown by Bidders to the Auctioneer when placing a bid and by the successful Bidder when the Lot is knocked down. The auctioneer shall conduct the Auction at his sole discretion for all matters, accept Bids from any source and may exercise bids on behalf of Absentee Bidders or on behalf of Sellers up to any Reserve. Bidding shall be in pounds sterling only and generally in accordance with the increments set out below:
(a) £0 to £99 - in increments of £5
(b) £100 to £199 - in increments of £10
(c) £200 to £499 - in increments of £20
(d) £500 to £999 - in increments of £50
(e) £1000 to £1999 - in increments of £100
(f) £2000 to £4999 - in increments of £200
(g) £5000 to £9999 - in increments of £500
(h) £10000 to £19999 - in increments of £1000
(i) £20000 to £49999 - in increments of £2000
(j) £50000 to £99999 - in increments of £5000
(k) £100000 to £249999 - in increments of £10000
(l) £250000 and up - in minimum increments of £20000

20. Absentee Bidding: Registered Bidders may leave Absentee Bids in advance of a live Auction directly through the TimeLine website or in writing by mail, email, fax or other delivery means and will be automatically exercised at the Reserve Price or at one bid increment above any competing Bid up to the submitted maximum Bid amount.

21. Commission Bidding: while Bidders are advised to attend the Auction and to bid in person, TimeLine will accept written instructions in advance of a live Auction from a Registered Bidder to personally execute bids on behalf of the Bidder up to a stated maximum. Unlimited bids or bids to 'buy' will not be accepted. In the event of identical bids being received from more than one Bidder, the earliest received will have priority. TimeLine offers this as a free service for live Auctions but no liability is accepted for any errors in bidding or in the event that a bid is not placed. A deposit may be required.

22. Internet Bidding: live, real-time bidding is available to Bidders through the TimeLine website for all live Auctions. Bidders intending to use any other internet bidding service must Register in advance with that service and the provider's normal charges at 3.6% (VAT inclusive) will be payable in addition to the Buyer's Premium. It is entirely the responsibility of the Bidder using any bidding service to ensure that Bids are made accurately; Bids cannot be retracted once made and are binding on the Bidder in all circumstances. TimeLine are not responsible for any technical failure or otherwise which results in bids not being received.

23. Telephone Bidding: facilities for telephone bidding are available at live Auctions at the discretion of TimeLine for Bidders on Lots with a low estimate in excess of £400 and must be booked and confirmed in advance. It is a condition for acceptance by TimeLine of any telephone bidding request that the Bidder undertakes to execute a minimum Bid at the low estimate sum. TimeLine offers telephone bidding as a free service but no liability is accepted for any errors or in the event that a connection cannot be made or is interrupted before the Lot is knocked down.

24. Agents: all Bidders making Bids through any means shall be deemed to be acting as principal in their bidding and shall be directly and fully liable for all Bid amounts, Buyer's Premium and any other charges or costs. If any prospective Bidder wishes to appoint a person to bid on their behalf, then this must be agreed and authorised in writing by TimeLine in advance of the Auction. A deposit may be required.

25. Value Added Tax: VAT is charged and invoiced on an inclusive basis, under the Auctioneer's Margin Scheme on all Buyers' Premiums and other charges. Where marked with a 'dagger' (†) symbol VAT will be payable on the Hammer Price in addition.

26. Payment: the Purchase Price becomes due and payable when the auctioneer knocks the Lot down.
(a) The full Purchase Price must be paid in Pounds Sterling and can be made by cash up to the value of £7,000, cheque from a UK bank (subject to clearance), bank transfer (for transfers from outside the UK, subject to payment of a £10 transaction fee), bank debit card or credit card (subject to a transaction fee of 3% of the invoice total amount).
(b) Unless agreed by TimeLine in writing in advance of the Auction, the Buyer must pay to TimeLine by no later than 4.30pm on the third working day following the Date of Sale the full Purchase Price.

27. Title, Risk and Insurance: Title to any Lot is retained by the Seller until the Purchase Price and all other sums payable by the Buyer to TimeLine have been paid in full in cleared funds to TimeLine; at this point, Title will transfer from the Seller to the Buyer. Risk for the Lot passes to the Buyer at the time the Lot is knocked down to the Bidder. TimeLine does not hold property insured after the Lot has been knocked down.

28. Collection of Lots and Storage: Once the Buyer has paid the Purchase Price in full, TimeLine will release the Lot to the Buyer for collection. The Buyer must collect, or arrange the collection of, all purchases from the location advised by TimeLine by 4.30pm on the seventh working day following the Date of Sale. Buyers may use the services of Mail Boxes Etc (contact details are provided on TimeLine documentation) or a service of their choice for collection, packing and shipping services. Lots not collected by the seventh working day following the Date of Sale will be moved to storage at a transfer cost of £20 plus VAT per lot and storage charges will thereafter be applied at the rate of £1.90 plus VAT per lot per day until collected; no lots may be removed until any storage costs have been paid in full. In the event that the accrual of storage charges reaches 50% of the Hammer Price paid or after the expiration of three months from the transfer date, whichever occurs first, Timeline reserve the right to re-sell any and all lots stored without notice and in any manner at their sole discretion and to apply any proceeds in defrayment of such costs. The buyer will be entitled to receive any credit balance above the amount of the costs on request but will remain liable for any deficit.

29. Delivery by TimeLine: at the absolute discretion of TimeLine, TimeLine may, on request, directly arrange delivery of certain Lots to the address registered to the Buyer, on payment by the Buyer to TimeLine of any advised handling and delivery charge. TimeLine does not insure property in transit but can arrange insurance at a cost of 6% of the total invoice value or minimum of £10, whichever is the higher; cover being limited to the to the invoiced amount paid for the Lot and subject to a £200 excess on any claim.

30. Remedies for Buyer's Failure to Make Payment and/or Remove Lots: if the Purchase Price and/or all sums payable are not paid in full when they fall due and/or the Lot is not removed in accordance with these terms, TimeLine will without further notice to the Buyer be entitled to exercise one or more of the following rights:
(a) To terminate the agreement immediately for breach of contract;
(b) To retain possession of the Lot;
(c) To remove and/or store the Lot at the Buyer's expense;
(d) To take legal proceedings against the Buyer for payment of any sums due to TimeLine by the Buyer;
(e) To be paid interest on any monies due to TimeLine at the annual rate of 8% per annum from time to time to be calculated on a daily basis from the date upon which such monies became payable until the date of actual payment;
(f) To sell the Lot without a Reserve Price at the Auction and apply any proceeds against the amount owing by the Buyer to TimeLine;
(g) To apply any monies received from the Buyer in payment or part payment of any sums due from the Buyer to TimeLine under these terms;
(h) To refuse to allow the Buyer to register for a future Auction or to reject a bid from the Buyer at a future Auction.

31. Buyer's Indemnity: the Buyer agrees to indemnify TimeLine on a full indemnity basis against all legal and other costs, all losses and expenses incurred as a result of TimeLine taking steps under the previous paragraph.

Selling at TimeLine Auctions

32. Seller's Representations and Warranties: in submitting goods for sale, the Seller warrants and represents to TimeLine that he is the owner of the Lot or is duly authorised to sell the Lot by the owner and that he is legally capable of selling the Lot and of transferring full title to the Lot. The Seller also warrants that, to the best of his knowledge and belief, the Lot is genuine and that the description given to the Lot is accurate. The Seller warrants that he has complied with all requirements legal or otherwise relating to any export or import of the Lot and all duties and taxes in respect of the export or import of the Lot have been paid and as far as he is aware all previous third party owners have complied with such requirements.

33. Seller's Indemnity: the Seller shall indemnify and hold TimeLine harmless from all claims and all direct, indirect or consequential losses (including loss of profits, loss of business, depletion of goodwill and similar losses), costs, proceedings, damages and expenses (including legal and other professional fees and expenses) awarded against or incurred or paid by TimeLine as a result or in connection with:
(a) Any claim made against TimeLine concerning the authenticity of any Lot;
(b) Any alleged or actual infringement, whether or not under English law, of any third party's Intellectual Property Rights or other rights arising out of the Auction or sale of the Lot.

34. Selling Commission: The standard rate of selling commission payable to TimeLine shall be 18% of the Hammer Price (VAT inclusive).

35. Additional Charges: TimeLine may levy additional charges regarding:
(a) Collection of goods from Seller's premises, storage of goods submitted for sale by a Seller and storage of Lots unsold;
(b) Further charges at the discretion of TimeLine on advance warning to the Seller for any unusual research, special or additional imaging, testing, consultation with external specialists, conservation, cleaning or other services concerned with presenting the Lot, including VAT or other taxes or duties as applicable.

36. Lots: all goods submitted to TimeLine will be lotted and catalogued at the sole discretion of TimeLine; antiquities, antiques and collectables Lots with a low estimate of £200 or less and coins Lots with a low estimate of £100 or less will not normally be illustrated in any printed catalogue and printed text entries may be minimised (images and full text will always be shown on the TimeLine website); estimates are provided for information only and Hammer Prices may differ from the estimated range.

37. Rights to Photographs, Illustrations and Documents: the seller gives Timeline full and absolute right to photograph or illustrate any Lot submitted for sale and to use such photographs or illustrations and any photographs, illustrations or documents provided by the seller at any time and at TimeLine's absolute discretion (whether or not in connection with any Auction).

38. Reserve Price: The seller may set a Reserve Price on any Lot where the low estimate exceeds £120 subject to agreeing that an Unsold Fee will become payable for any such Reserved Lot which fails to sell; in addition the Seller agrees that the auctioneer may accept a bid received at one bid increment or 10% of the Reserve Price (whichever is higher) below the Reserve Price sum if necessary to sell the Lot.

39. Withdrawal of Lots: Once entered for sale, Lots may be withdrawn by the Seller only upon payment to TimeLine of a withdrawal fee which shall be 6% (VAT inclusive) of the low estimate or Reserve, whichever is higher. TimeLine reserves the absolute right to withdraw any Lot from sale for any reason.

40. Unsold Lots and Storage: in the event that a Lot is not sold no selling Commission is payable unless the Lot was subject to a Reserve Price in which case a sum of 6% (VAT inclusive) is payable by the Seller to TimeLine. The Seller is responsible for collection of any unsold goods immediately following the Date of Sale and lots will be released after any charges due have been paid in full. Lots not removed by 4.30pm on the seventh working day after the Date of Sale will be moved to storage at a transfer cost of £20 plus VAT per lot and storage charges will thereafter be applied at the rate of £1.90 plus VAT per lot per day until collected; no lots may be removed until any storage or other costs have been paid in full. In the event that the accrual of storage charges reaches 50% of the Reserve Price or after the expiration of three months from the transfer date, whichever occurs first, Timeline reserve the right to re-sell any and all lots stored without notice and in any manner at their sole discretion and to apply any proceeds in defrayment of such costs. The buyer will be entitled to receive any credit balance above the amount of the costs on request but will remain liable for any deficit.

41. Payment to Sellers: the Net Proceeds of the Auction (Hammer Price less Selling Commission, insurance and any other charges or expenses at TimeLine's absolute discretion) will become due and payable to the Seller 30 days following the Date of Sale provided that TimeLine have received cleared payment of the Purchase Price in full from the Buyer.

42. Insurance for Sellers:
(a) The Seller shall agree to pay 1.5% of the Reserve or low estimate, or of the Hammer Price if sold, whichever of them is greater, to TimeLine for payment of insurance;
(b) TimeLine shall not be liable for loss or damage to a Lot if caused by act(s) of terrorism, war, natural disaster or other uninsurable event.
(c) TimeLine does not insure any Lot after it is knocked down.
(d) An excess of £200 shall apply to all claims.

Legal Matters

43. Sale of Goods Act: The terms implied by sections 13 to 15 of the Sale of Goods Act 1979 are, to the fullest extent permitted by law, excluded.

44. Severance: If any provision or part-provision of these terms and conditions is or becomes invalid, illegal or unenforceable, it shall be deemed modified to the minimum extent necessary to make it valid, legal and enforceable. If such modification is not possible, the relevant provision or part-provision shall be deemed deleted. Any modification to or deletion of a provision or part-provision under this clause shall not affect the validity and enforceability of the rest of the terms and conditions.

45. Governing Law: these terms and conditions and any dispute or claim arising out of or in connection with them or their subject matter or formation (including non-contractual disputes or claims) shall be governed by, and construed in accordance with, the law of England and Wales.

46. Jurisdiction: each party irrevocably agrees that the courts of England and Wales shall have exclusive jurisdiction to settle any dispute or claim arising out of or in connection with these terms and conditions or its subject matter or formation (including non-contractual disputes or claims).

47. Disputes: in the event that the Buyer has any dispute in relation to any Lot, not being a Lot described as a Group, which has been sold, that dispute must be notified to TimeLine in writing within 14 days following the Date of the Sale in order that TimeLine can hold the proceeds pending resolution of the dispute. In the event of deliberate forgery being claimed for any Lot, the Buyer shall submit two opinions in writing from recognised experts for consideration; the inability of different experts to agree shall not be sufficient grounds and TimeLine may investigate or consult with others at their discretion; no liability is accepted by TimeLine for any costs of the buyer, including but not limited to fees, shipping, loss of profit, consequential costs or any other matters beyond the hammer price and buyer's premium. In all cases, any item must be returned to TimeLine, strictly in the condition it was in at the date of the sale being held; buyers are advised that any form of destructive examination or testing undertaken will result in claims being rejected; claims resulting from results of tests under a scientific process not generally accepted for use at the date of the Sale or which were unreasonably expensive in relation to the estimates for the lot or impractical or likely to have caused damage to the Lot at the date of the Sale will not be allowed. TimeLine will have no liability to the Buyer and Seller after a period of 14 days as then TimeLine will release monies and make payments to Sellers in accordance with these terms and conditions.
Shipping Terms:
27. Title, Risk and Insurance: Title to any Lot is retained by the Seller until the Purchase Price and all other sums payable by the Buyer to TimeLine have been paid in full in cleared funds to TimeLine; at this point, Title will transfer from the Seller to the Buyer. Risk for the Lot passes to the Buyer at the time the Lot is knocked down to the Bidder. TimeLine does not hold property insured after the Lot has been knocked down.

28. Collection of Lots and Storage: Once the Buyer has paid the Purchase Price in full, TimeLine will release the Lot to the Buyer for collection. The Buyer must collect, or arrange the collection of, all purchases from the location advised by TimeLine by 4.30pm on the seventh working day following the Date of Sale. Buyers may use the services of Mail Boxes Etc (contact details are provided on TimeLine documentation) or a service of their choice for collection, packing and shipping services. Lots not collected by the seventh working day following the Date of Sale will be moved to storage at a transfer cost of £20 plus VAT per lot and storage charges will thereafter be applied at the rate of £1.90 plus VAT per lot per day until collected; no lots may be removed until any storage costs have been paid in full. In the event that the accrual of storage charges reaches 50% of the Hammer Price paid or after the expiration of three months from the transfer date, whichever occurs first, Timeline reserve the right to re-sell any and all lots stored without notice and in any manner at their sole discretion and to apply any proceeds in defrayment of such costs. The buyer will be entitled to receive any credit balance above the amount of the costs on request but will remain liable for any deficit.

29. Delivery by TimeLine: at the absolute discretion of TimeLine, TimeLine may, on request, directly arrange delivery of certain Lots to the address registered to the Buyer, on payment by the Buyer to TimeLine of any advised handling and delivery charge. TimeLine does not insure property in transit but can arrange insurance at a cost of 6% of the total invoice value or minimum of £10, whichever is the higher; cover being limited to the to the invoiced amount paid for the Lot and subject to a £200 excess on any claim.

TimeLine Auctions- Antiquities, Day 3 (727 Lots)

by TimeLine Auctions

February 23, 2017, 10:00 AM GMT

Live Auction

Harwich, United Kingdom

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Egyptian Recumbent Ram Amulet

Estimate: £60 - £80

Description: Late Period, 664-332 BC. A blue glazed composition amuletic pendant of a recumbent ram on a rectangular base with loop to the back. 2.38 grams, 23mm (1"). Property of a lady; acquired on the London art market before 1980. The ram was both sacred to Khnum, the creator god, as well as to Amun Ra, the supreme god of the Egyptian pantheon. The ram, like the bull, was venerated by the ancient Egyptians for its fertility, as well as for its warlike attributes. As a temple animal at such locations as Mendes and Karnak, a single animal appears to have been cared for and treated very similar to the holiest of the statues within the temple. [No Reserve]

Condition Report: Very fine condition.

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Egyptian Bone Statuette

Estimate: £120 - £170

Description: Late Period, 664-332 BC. A bone statuette wearing tripartite wig, arms crossed at chest and mummiform body; band of decoration down front of legs. 10 grams, 68mm (2 3/4"). Property of a German gentleman; acquired before 1989. [No Reserve]

Condition Report: Fine condition.

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Egyptian Wedjat Eye Amulet Necklace

Estimate: £60 - £80

Description: Late Period, 664-332 BC. A restrung necklace of tubular and annular glazed composition beads and two wedjat beads with black applied detailing; modern clasp. 4.64 grams, 47cm (18 1/2"). Property of a Essex gentleman; acquired on the London art market before 1980. [No Reserve]

Condition Report: Very fine condition.

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Egyptian Coptic Mother and Child Statue Fragment

Estimate: £180 - £240

Description: 5th-7th century AD. A fragment of a white stone statue of a mother and child, head of an infant to the right; traces of pigment to figures and back of throne. 1 kg, 14cm (5 1/2"). Ex German collection; acquired 1980s.

Condition Report: Fine condition.

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Egyptian Apis Bull Amulet

Estimate: £60 - £80

Description: Late Period, 664-332 BC. A pale blue glazed composition amulet of a standing bull on a rectangular base, pierced for suspension. 1.19 grams, 18mm (3/4"). Property of a North European collector; previously with Monnaise d' Antan, France. [No Reserve]

Condition Report: Fine condition.

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Egyptian Palette Amulet

Estimate: £50 - £70

Description: Late Period, 664-332 BC. A pale green stone amulet of a rectangular palette with suspension loop to the top. 1.11 grams, 16mm (3/4"). Property of a North European collector; previously with Monnaise d' Antan, France. [No Reserve]

Condition Report: Fine condition.

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Egyptian Harpocrates Amulet

Estimate: £60 - £80

Description: Roman Period, 30 BC-323 AD. A rectangular iridescent 'gold-in-glass' bead with low-relief figure of standing Harpocrates holding a cornucopia in one hand, other hand on his chin with the fingertip below the lips of his mouth; pierced. 1.16 grams, 25mm (1"). Property of a North European collector; previously with Monnaise d' Antan, France. [No Reserve]

Condition Report: Fine condition.

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Phoenician and Later Bead Necklace

Estimate: £80 - £100

Description: 5th-4th century BC. A restrung necklace of various carnelian, agate, and white shell beads in rounded and oblate shapes, featuring a pair of translucent ovals and a later triangular agate pendant; modern clasp. 58 grams, 51cm (20"). Ex Dr M. G. Weller collection, Cornwall, UK; formerly with Henry Dewey (British Geological Survey) and Sir Arthur Evans collections; acquired before 1900. [No Reserve]

Condition Report: Fine condition.

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Phoenician Tanit Figure

Estimate: £100 - £140

Description: 5th-4th century BC. A hollow-formed ceramic statuette of the goddess Tanit with white, ochre and terracotta pigment; old collector's label. 233 grams, 19cm (7 1/2"). Ex Dr M. G. Weller collection, Cornwall, UK; formerly with Henry Dewey (British Geological Survey) and Sir Arthur Evans collections; acquired before 1900. Tanit (Tinnit, Tannou or Tangou) or was a Phoenician goddess, the chief deity of the city of Carthage with Ba`al Hammon. She was apparently the Phoenician equivalent of the moon-goddess Astarte, and was later worshipped in Roman Carthage in her Romanised form as Dea Caelestis, Juno Caelestis or simply Caelestis. [No Reserve]

Condition Report: Fair condition, old repair to base.

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Egyptian Amulet Group

Estimate: £200 - £300

Description: Mainly Late Period, 664-332 BC. A mixed group of glazed composition amulets comprising: a Bes bead; an Anubis bead; nine wedjat eyes. 7.18 grams total, 10-17mm (1/2 - 3/4"). Property of an East Anglia gentleman; acquired on the London art market. [11]

Condition Report: Fine condition.

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Egyptian Amulet Group

Estimate: £150 - £200

Description: Mainly Late Period, 664-332 BC. A mixed group of glazed composition amulets comprising: five wedjat eyes; a Nut bead; a Taweret pendant; two Bes pendants; a Babi pendant with loop above. 4.36 grams total, 9-24mm (1/4 - 1"). Property of an East Anglia gentleman; acquired on the London art market. [10, No Reserve]

Condition Report: Fine condition.

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Egyptian Bes Amulet

Estimate: £40 - £60

Description: Late Period, 500-332 BC. A pale green glazed composition amulet of Bes standing on a rectangular base with feather headdress resting his hands on his hips. Cf. Andrews, C. Amulets of Ancient Egypt, London, 1994, fig.37. 4.80 grams, 45mm (1 3/4"). Property of an East Anglia gentleman; acquired on the London art market.

Condition Report: Fine condition, repaired.

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Egyptian Seated Isis with Infant Horus Amulet

Estimate: £50 - £70

Description: Late Period, 664-332 BC. A green glazed composition amuletic pendant of Isis seated with infant Horus on the lap. Cf. Andrews, C. Amulets of Ancient Egypt, London, 1994, fig. 18. 1.87 grams, 26mm (1"). Property of an East Anglia gentleman; acquired on the London art market.

Condition Report: Fine condition.

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Egyptian Djed Amulet

Estimate: £50 - £70

Description: Late Period, 664-332 BC. A pale blue glazed composition amulet of the djed pillar with transverse bars. Cf. Andrews, C. Amulets of Ancient Egypt, London, 1994, item 84. 1.42 grams, 31mm (1 1/4"). Property of an East Anglia gentleman; acquired on the London art market.

Condition Report: Fine condition.

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Egyptian Wedjat Eye Amuletic Pendant

Estimate: £50 - £70

Description: Late Period, 664-332 BC. A blue glazed composition pendant with ribbed suspension loop, wedjat amulet with ribbed brow. Cf. Andrews, C. Amulets of Ancient Egypt, London, 1994, p.43-4. 0.37 grams, 10mm (1/2"). Property of an East Anglia gentleman; acquired on the London art market.

Condition Report: Fine condition.

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Egyptian Mummy Bead Necklace

Estimate: £40 - £60

Description: Late Period, 664-332 BC. A restrung necklace of annular and cylindrical glazed composition beads. 12 grams, 79cm (31"). Property of an East Anglia gentleman; acquired on the London art market. [No Reserve]

Condition Report: Fine condition.

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Egyptian Thoth Amulet

Estimate: £50 - £70

Description: Saite Period, 624-525 BC. A pale green glazed composition amulet of Thoth in striding pose with dorsal pillar and rectangular base. Cf. Andrews, C. Amulets of Ancient Egypt, London, 1994, fig. 20(a"). 1.52 grams, 29mm (1 1/4"). Property of an East Anglia gentleman; acquired on the London art market. [No Reserve]

Condition Report: Fine condition.

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Egyptian Taweret Amulet

Estimate: £60 - £80

Description: Late Period, 664-332 BC. A pale blue glazed composition amuletic pendant of Taweret with herringbone detail to the dorsal pillar. See Andrews, C. Amulets of Ancient Egypt, London, 1994, p.40-1 for discussion. 2.91 grams, 36mm (1 1/2"). Property of an East Anglia gentleman; acquired on the London art market.

Condition Report: Fine condition.

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Egyptian Amuletic Scarab

Estimate: £60 - £80

Description: Second Intermediate Period, 1650-1550 BC. A white steatite scarab with three carved panels to the underside incorporating an ankh within a rectangular border and a wedjat beside it; supplied with an impression. 2.23 grams, 17mm (3/4"). Property of an East Anglia gentleman; acquired on the London art market.

Condition Report: Fine condition.

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Egyptian Mummy Bead Necklace

Estimate: £40 - £60

Description: Late Period, 664-332 BC. A restrung necklace of annular and cylindrical glazed composition beads. 8.12 grams, 72cm (28 1/4"). Property of an East Anglia gentleman; acquired on the London art market. [No Reserve]

Condition Report: Very fine condition.

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Egyptian Amulet Group

Estimate: £200 - £300

Description: Mainly Late Period, 664-332 BC. A mixed group of glazed composition amulets comprising: a scaraboid with images to the underside of Isis and Serapis; a pyramidal seal matrix pendant; a Bes amulet; seven wedjat eyes. 9.16 grams total, 8-18mm (1/4 - 3/4"). Property of an East Anglia gentleman; acquired on the London art market. [10]

Condition Report: Fine condition.

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Egyptian Shabti Group

Estimate: £180 - £240

Description: Mainly Late Period, 500-332 BC. A mixed group of eight glazed composition shabtis in blue and olive. 85 grams total, 61-66mm (2 1/2 - 2 3/4"). Property of an East Anglia gentleman; acquired on the London art market. [8]

Condition Report: Fine condition.

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Egyptian Mummy Bead Necklace

Estimate: £40 - £60

Description: Late Period, 664-332 BC. A restrung necklace of annular and cylindrical glazed composition beads. 8.55 grams, 78cm (30 3/4"). Property of an East Anglia gentleman; acquired on the London art market. [No Reserve]

Condition Report: Fine condition.

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Egyptian Djed Pillar Amulet

Estimate: £50 - £70

Description: Late Period, 664-332 BC. A pale blue glazed composition amuletic pendant of the djed pillar with pierced spine. See Andrews, C. Amulets of Ancient Egypt, London, 1994, p.82-3 for discussion. 1.34 grams, 25mm (1"). Property of an Essex gentleman; acquired on the London art market. [No Reserve]

Condition Report: Very fine condition.

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Egyptian Djed Pillar Amulet

Estimate: £50 - £70

Description: Late Period, 664-332 BC. A pale blue glazed composition amuletic pendant of the djed pillar with pierced spine. See Andrews, C. Amulets of Ancient Egypt, London, 1994, p.82-3 for discussion. 1.16 grams, 26mm (1"). Property of an Essex gentleman; acquired on the London art market. [No Reserve]

Condition Report: Very fine condition.

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Egyptian Wadj Papyrus Amulet

Estimate: £50 - £70

Description: Late Period, 664-332 BC. A pale blue glazed composition amuletic pendant of the wadj papyrus stalk with pierced lug above. See Andrews, C. Amulets of Ancient Egypt, London, 1994, p.81-2 for discussion. 2.53 grams, 37mm (1 1/2"). Property of an Essex gentleman; acquired on the London art market. [No Reserve]

Condition Report: Very fine condition.

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Egyptian Amulet Group

Estimate: £180 - £240

Description: Mainly Late Period, 664-332 BC. A mixed group of glazed composition amulets comprising: two djed pillars; Bes in feathered headdress; two crouching felines on rectangular base; four wedjat eyes; a figure of Horus with dorsal pillar. 7.74 grams total, 10-25mm (1/2 - 1"). Property of an East Anglia gentleman; acquired on the London art market. [10]

Condition Report: Fine condition.

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Egyptian Shabti Group

Estimate: £100 - £140

Description: Late Period, 664-332 BC. A pair of pale blue glazed composition shabtis, each with implements in the crossed hands, false beard, square base. 54 grams total, 78-87mm (3 - 3 1/2"). Property of an Essex gentleman; acquired on the UK art market. [2]

Condition Report: Fine condition.

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Egyptian Beaded Mummy Face Mask

Estimate: £120 - £170

Description: Late Period, 664-332 BC. A trapezoidal restrung netted mask of glazed composition beads forming a face with loops of tubular beads to the perimeter. 42 grams, 16.5cm (6 1/2"). From a collection of Egyptian artefacts formed in the late 1970s and early 1980s. [No Reserve]

Condition Report: Very fine condition.

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Egyptian Hieroglyphic Shabti

Estimate: £100 - £140

Description: Late Period, 664-332 BC. A pale blue glazed composition shabti with tripartite wig and false beard, agricultural tools held in the crossed hands, plain dorsal pillar, hieroglyphic text to the lower body. 46 grams, 10.5cm (4"). From a collection of Egyptian artefacts formed in the late 1970s and early 1980s. [No Reserve]

Condition Report: Fine condition.

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Egyptian Green Glazed Shabti

Estimate: £100 - £140

Description: Late Period, 664-332 BC. A pale green glazed composition shabti with tripartite wig and false beard, agricultural tools held in the crossed hands, vertical hieroglyphic panel inscription. 56 grams, 11 cm (4 1/4"). From a collection of Egyptian artefacts formed in the late 1970s and early 1980s. [No Reserve]

Condition Report: Fine condition.

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Egyptian Hieroglyphic Shabti

Estimate: £100 - £140

Description: Late Period, 664-332 BC. A pale blue glazed composition shabti with tripartite wig and false beard, agricultural tools held in the crossed hands, square base and dorsal pillar, front panel with hieroglyphic text. 42 grams, 10.5 cm (4"). From a collection of Egyptian artefacts formed in the late 1970s and early 1980s. [No Reserve]

Condition Report: Fine condition.

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Egyptian Shabti Group

Estimate: £150 - £200

Description: Late Period, 664-332 BC. A mixed group of glazed composition shabtis, each with a tripartite wig and false beard, two in deep blue, one pale blue, one pale green, two cream. 213 grams, 85-112 mm (3 1/4 - 4 1/4"). From a collection of Egyptian artefacts formed in the late 1970s and early 1980s. [6, No Reserve]

Condition Report: Fair condition.

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Egyptian Mummy Bead Necklace

Estimate: £40 - £60

Description: Late Period, 664-332 BC. A restrung necklace of annular and cylindrical glazed composition beads. 6.22 grams, 75cm (29 1/2"). Property of an East Anglia gentleman; acquired on the London art market. [No Reserve]

Condition Report: Fine condition.

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Egyptian Hieroglyphic Shabti

Estimate: £100 - £140

Description: Late Period, 664-332 BC. A pale green glazed composition shabti with tripartite wig and false beard, agricultural tools held in the crossed hands, T-shaped hieroglyphic text to the lower body. 38 grams, 10 cm (4"). From a collection of Egyptian artefacts formed in the late 1970s and early 1980s. [No Reserve]

Condition Report: Fine condition, repaired.

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Egyptian Artefact Group

Estimate: £150 - £200

Description: Mainly Late Period, 664-332 BC. A mixed group of figurines comprising: two glazed composition shabtis each with dorsal pillar and square base; three glazed composition shabti fragments; a green glazed composition openwork throne with rectangular base and legs of a deity; a glazed composition djed pillar amulet; a glazed composition baboon amulet; a bronze figurine of Harpokrates with finger of the right hand raised to the lips; a smaller similar figurine in a case. 152 grams total, Harpokrates figurine: 67mm (2 3/4"). Property of an Essex gentleman; acquired on the UK art market. [10]

Condition Report: Fine condition; shabtis repaired.

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Egyptian Louvre Museum Heart Scarab Replica

Estimate: £150 - £200

Description: Early 20th century AD. A museum quality replica of a 'heart' scarab (original in the Louvre Museum, Paris) with ridged suspension loop, as placed within the bandages of a mummy; in black composition, the underside bearing nine rows of hieroglyphic text from chapter 30B of the Book of the Dead (known as the Chaper of the Heart"). 55 grams, 61 mm (2 1/2"). Property of a German gentleman; formerly in an old Bavarian collection. Chapter 30B of The Book of the Dead calls upon the heart of the deceased that when it comes to be weighed against the Feather of Truth (the goddess Maat) in the Hall of Judgement before the god of the dead, Osiris (the weighing is represented as the vignette to Chapter 125 of the Book of the Dead), it must weigh equal with the feather. The prayer inscribed calls upon the heart, Oh heart of my Mother...' that thou shalt not speak up against me in the Hall of Judgement, i.e. the heart on the scales saying that the deceased is lying, he was not a good and truthful person. In the vignette the ibis-headed god Thoth, god of learning and writing, writes down the result - one of the best known representations of the weighing of the heart scene is that from the Book of the Dead of the royal scribe Ani, in the British Museum.

Condition Report: Very fine condition.

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Egyptian Heart Amulet

Estimate: £50 - £70

Description: Late Period, 664-332 BC. A carnelian heart amulet with globular body and lugs to the side, one absent; suspension ring to the top. 0.56 grams, 13mm (1/4"). From a collection of the early 20th century.

Condition Report: Fine condition.

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Egyptian Frog Amulet

Estimate: £50 - £70

Description: New Kingdom, Amarna Period, 1352-1336 BC. An agate amulet of a seated frog with suspension hole through the base. 0.20 grams, 6mm (1/4"). Property of a London gentleman; acquired before 1995. [No Reserve]

Condition Report: Very fine condition.

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Egyptian Khnum Amulet

Estimate: £200 - £300

Description: Late Period, 664-332 BC. A green glazed composition figure of Khnum with ram's head advancing on a rectangular base; pierced for suspension. Cf. Andrews, C. Amulets of Ancient Egypt, London, 1994, item 20(d"). 6.02 grams, 52mm (2"). From an old British private collection; formed between 1975 and 1985.

Condition Report: Fine condition.

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Egyptian Amulet Group

Estimate: £180 - £240

Description: Mainly Late Period, 664-332 BC. A mixed group of glazed composition amulets comprising: four wedjat eyes; two djed beads; one Bes figure with dorsal pillar; two Horus figures each with dorsal pillar; one Bastet on a square base. 8.33 grams total, 13-26mm (1/2 - 1"). Property of an East Anglia gentleman; acquired on the London art market. [10, No Reserve]

Condition Report: Fine condition.

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Egyptian Gold Bes Amulet

Estimate: £200 - £300

Description: 5th-2nd century BC. A gold pendant with repousse motif of the mask of the god Bes with feather headdress, ribbed suspension loop above. See Baron Empain collection, Christies 14 April 2011, lots 39-40 for similar examples. 0.22 grams, 13mm (1/2"). From an important Mayfair, London, collection; acquired in the 1990s. The dwarf-like figure of Bes was regarded as a protective deity who averted the evil eye and helped woman in childbirth, as well as protect children through to adulthood. His image is found on head rests, beds, mirrors and cosmetic pots as well as amulets of faience or gold. He is also depicted at temple sites associated with the divine birth of a god, such as at the Birth House at the temple of Denderah.

Condition Report: Fine condition.

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Egyptian Beaded Mummy Face Mask

Estimate: £120 - £170

Description: Late Period, 664-332 BC. A trapezoidal restrung netted mask of glazed composition beads forming a face with loops of tubular beads to the perimeter. 37 grams, 13.5cm (5 1/4"). From a collection of Egyptian artefacts formed in the late 1970s and early 1980s. [No Reserve]

Condition Report: Very fine condition.

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Egyptian Scarab Group

Estimate: £150 - £200

Description: Late Period, 664-332 BC. A mixed group of glazed composition scarabs, each with hieroglyphs or figures to the underside. 7.34 grams total, 12-15mm (1/2"). Ex Gustave Mustaki collection. [5]

Condition Report: Fine condition.

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Egyptian Mummy Bead Necklace

Estimate: £40 - £60

Description: Late Period, 664-332 BC. A restrung choker-length necklace of annular and cylindrical glazed composition beads. 5.69 grams, 37cm (14 1/2"). Property of an East Anglia gentleman; acquired on the London art market. [No Reserve]

Condition Report: Fine condition.

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Egyptian Scarab Group

Estimate: £150 - £200

Description: Late Period, 664-332 BC. A mixed group of glazed composition scarabs, each with hieroglyphic text or a figural panel to the underside. 5.97 grams total, 12-15mm (1/2"). Property of a London gentleman; acquired before 1995. [5]

Condition Report: Fine condition.

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Egyptian Frog Amulet

Estimate: £80 - £100

Description: New Kingdom, Amarna Period, 1352-1336 BC. A glazed composition amulet of a seated frog with suspension hole through the base, cross to the underside. 0.59 grams, 12mm (1/2"). From an early 20th century collection.

Condition Report: Very fine condition.

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Egyptian Mummy Bead String

Estimate: £50 - £70

Description: Late Period, 664-332 BC. A restrung necklace of mainly annular and cylindrical glazed composition beads. 9.58 grams, 80cm (31 1/2"). Ex Melas collection, Alexandria, Egypt, before 1967; by descent, and moved to Switzerland and then London.

Condition Report: Fine condition.

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Egyptian Mummy Bead Mask

Estimate: £120 - £170

Description: Late Period, 664-332 BC. A restrung panel of small annular glazed composition beads in various colours representing a mummy face mask with ribbed beard. 24 grams, 11cm (4 1/4"). Ex Mariaud des Serres, Paris, 1990s.

Condition Report: Very fine condition.

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Egyptian Shabti Group

Estimate: £150 - £200

Description: Mainly Late Period, 500-332 BC. A mixed group of six glazed composition shabtis in shades of green, olive and blue. 64 grams total, 61-72mm (2 1/2 - 3"). Property of an East Anglia gentleman; acquired on the London art market. [6]

Condition Report: Fine condition.

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