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Two Egyptian Ushabti figures. 1 with remnants of porcelain patina, height 11 cm, 13 cm

An Egyptian ushabti pottery funerary figure. Height 12.5 cm

An Egyptian ushabti pottery funerary figure. Height 12.5 cm

An Egyptian bronze cat, circa 664-332 B.C. seated on its haunches, with forepaws together and tail curling to the right side, mounted on wooden base, figure 11.7 cm, with base 14.5 cm. Provenance: From the collection of Lockwood de Forest II (1850-1932) an

Ancient Egyptian Faince bead necklace. Beads of various shapes. Possibly New Kingdom c.1500 BC. Certificate of authenticity available. L 96 cm

Ancient Egyptian bead necklace. Multi coloured disc beads & blue tubular mummy beads. Green central amulet of a god. Certificate of authenticity available indicating origin late Dynastic period, c.664-525 BC. New stringing & modern clasp. L 75 cm

Ancient Egyptian bead necklace. Multi coloured disc beads & blue tubular mummy beads with circular carnelian central. New stringing & modern clasp. Certificate of authenticity available indicating origin late Dynastic period, c.664-525 BC. Purchased from A

Ancient Egyptian faience bead necklace. Beads of various shapes. Possibly New Kingdom. C.1500 BC. Certificate of authenticity available. L 80 cm

Ancient Egyptian bead necklace. 22 convex green/brown mummy beads separated by multi-coloured disc spacer beads. Central blue bunch of grapes amulet. New stringing & modern clasp. Certificate of authenticity available indicating origin Third Intermediate p

Ancient Egyptian Amulet of Horus wing. White faience. Perforated. Possibly C.600BC. Certificate of authenticity available. L four cm

Ancient Egyptian faience monkey Amulet. Set on acrylic pedestal. Certificate of authenticity available indicating origin as Egypt 26th Dynasty c.600 BC. H 3 cm. (total)

Early Egyptian faience Mummy figure. Decorated with Egyptian symbols. L 14 cm

Ancient Egyptian faience Ushabti. Possibly 26th Dynasty. Certificate of authenticity available. H 9 cm

Ancient Egyptian black faience figure. Old man, set on acrylic pedestal. Possibly C.600 BC. Certificate of authenticity available. Height 6.5 cm

An Egyptian faience winged scarab, late period 664 to 332 BC; scarab approx. 6 cm, each wing approx. 9 cm wide

A Graeco-Roman bronze situla, Egyptian 3rd to 2nd century BC; 8 cm

Egyptian fragments of painted cartonnage from a sarcophagus, New Kingdom period, 1550-1070 B.C; various dimensions, in glazed display frame. Provenance: B.C. Galleries, Sydney

A Cedar wood statue in the form of an ibis, representing Thoth, the god of wisdom, Roman period, Egypt 1st-2nd century A.D. 14.5 cm high and 19 cm long

An Egyptian wall relief fragment carved in low relief featuring a sacrificial Oryx, residual gesso mounted on black perspex and wood the fragment 36.5 cm x 38 cm

An ancient Egyptian wax seal, the double sided seal with hieroglyphic inscription, together with three wax impressions of the seal, circa 1493-1440 B.C

An Egyptian painted limestone relief fragment from a private tomb, First Intermediate period, 2134-1991 BC, showing the figure of the deceased holding a staff, with two vertical and two horizontal registers of hieroglyphs., 44 cm high, 36 cm wide. Accompan

A large and impressive Egyptian solid-cast bronze statuette of the god Osiris, Ptolemaic period, 3rd to 2nd century BC, the eyes inlaid with alabaster and obsidian; deep brown patina., 34 cm high. Provenance: Bruce McAlpine, London

A superb and rare Egyptian veined alabaster canopic jar, New Kingdom 1550-1070 BC, the lid carved in the form of the head of Imsety, the human-headed Son of Horus and guardian of the liver; hieroglyphic inscription incised into the body of the vessel., 38

An Egyptian period bronze 'Apis' bull, fitted to original long rectangular base, the sacred bull finely modelled, shown striding with left legs forward, incised decorations comprising a collar, cross-hatched blanket, winged scarab across the withers and a

Greek sheet gold garment decoration in the form of a leaf, Ptolemaic period, Egypt 3rd to 1st century BC

An early Dynastic Egyptian polychrome stone relief 19 x 53 cm

A wooden mummy mask of a female Egypt, late period 600-300BC 19 x 18 cm

A large wooden sarcophagus fragment painted with a depiction of the 'Ba' bird New Kingdom, Dynasty XIX,-1185BC, the spirit of the deceased, surrounded by an inscription in hieroglyphics, the rear with further panels of inscriptions

A wooden sarcophagus panel showing Anubis enbalming the deceased Egypt, late period 600-300BC 26 x 54 cm wood stand

A wooden sarcophagus panel showing two male supplicants Egypt, late period 600-300BC 16 x 37 cm wood stand

A wooden votive model farming scene depicting cow herder plowing a field middle Kingdom, circa 2000BC 24 x 40 cm approximately. Length 40 cm, maximum. Height 24 cm, wood and perspex stand

A bronze offering scene late period 600-300BC 5 x 13 x 8 cm depicting a group with two baboons, sacred animal of the god Thoth, two falcons, sacred to the god Horus and a pair of Anubis jackals

A limestone wall fragment late period, 600-300BC 30 x 22 cm depicting a priest wearing leopard skin

A fragment of basalt statue New Kingdom 1550-1070BC 12 x 20 cm with wooden stand

A fine limestone sculptor's model (trial piece) Egypt, New Kingdom 1550-1070BC 22 x 20 cm showing a pharaoh wearing a war Crown

An alabaster stele fragment New Kingdom, 1550-1070BC 25 x 20 cm showing pharaoh wearing blue war Crown, making offering, possibly the pharaoh Akhenaten part of cartouche and face have been erased in antiquity within a wooden frame

A red granite head of a male Egypt, Dynasty 28-30, 404-303BC. Height 9 cm

A basalt offering table top with royal cartouche late period 600-300BC 44.5 x 65.5 cm possibly Apries, Dynasty 26, Egypt with wooden frame

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