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A South Arabian alabaster tripod incense burner, 1st century BC/1st century AD, 6.5 cm high, 9.5 cm diameter. Provenance: Collection of Colonel HF Jacob, Charles Ede, London

A Cypriot limestone head of a female votive figure, her hair bound in ringlets, circa 6th century BC, 7.5 cm high, on wooden stand

Three Cypriot terracotta jugs, all decorated with concentric bands, 8-7th century BC, the largest 13 cm high

A Persian pottery baluster vase, circa 1200 BC, 25 cm high, PROVERNANCE Mossgreen November 2010, Lot 1695

An Attic black on red pottery amphora, 8th/7th century BC, decorated with multiple concentric circles and encircling bands, 21 cm high. Provenance: Bonhams London, 8 May 2013, lot 32

A Graece-Roman limestone figure of a human headed Royal Sphynx, 3rd/1st century BC, 10 cm high, 12 cm long, wooden base

A Mayan pottery incense burner, late classic period, 650-900 AD, 19.5 x 22 cm;

Tumaco Culture clay anthropomorphic figurine, circa 400 BC, height 19 cm

A Nordic Neolithic unpolished grey-brown lunate sickle flint of plano-convex outline, bearing paper label of Ball Collection. 4000 - 2000 BC., 16.5 cm Length. Provenance: The Collection of the Lord McAlpine of West Green (M45)., Literature: 'Antiquitie

A Nordic Neolithic (Danish) black fine-grained rock battle axe. 4,000 - 2000 BC., 13.8 cm long. Provenance: The Collection of the Lord McAlpine of West Green (M1620). Purchased by Lord McAlpine in Copenhagen, Literature: 'Antiquities from Europe and th

Fine Neolithic axe head of brown flint with fine falking, circa 2000 BC, probably from Norway from the cross section (qv British Museum Catalouge of Stone Age Antiquities 1926 p.157), 15 cm long. Provenance: Charled Ede Ltd. London. Ref. 39A

A Canaanite duck-billed bronze axe head. Middle Bronze Age, Circa 1800 BC, 4 cm high, 11 cm wide. Provenance: Charles Ede Ltd. London

Bronze axe head with back-head projection, Luirstan, 11th - 9th century BC, 19 cm wide. Provenance: Charles Ede Ltd. London

Danish dark grey flint axe, unpolished. Circa 3500 BC, 12 cm long. Provenance: Collection of thr Lord McAlpine of West Green, Charles Ede Ltd. London, ref. 9870

A Danish Neolithic flint axe in a mid grey flint. Circa 2000 BC, 21 cm long. Provenance: The Collection of the Lord McAlpine of West Green, Charles Ede Ltd. London, ref. 9310

A Romano-Syrian indurate limestone head of a young man, 4th century A.D, 18 cm high

A Neolithic pottery jar, painted in Burnished red wash & purple, Gansu-Yangshao Culture, 3,000-1,500 BC, the geometric pattern extending down the bulbous body, a short neck with a curving lip, balanced on a narrow base with two applied loop handles, he

A large Neolithic pottery jar with applied loop handles, Gansu-Yangshao Culture, 3,000-1,500 BC, painted with soft thin & thick concentric circles to the body & a shark fin shape on the neck, in red & purple mineral pigment, the bulbous body balanced on a

Mayan polychrome pottery vessel, late classic period, 600-900 A.D. Central America. Diameter 19 cm

Mayan polychrome pottery vessel, late classic period, 600-900 A.D. Central America. Diameter 16 cm

Mayan polychrome pottery vessel, late classic period, 600-900 A.D. Central America (repaired). Diameter 16 cm

Mayan polychrome pottery vessel, late classic period, 600-900 A.D. Central America. Diameter 13 cm

Mayan polychrome pottery vessel, late classic period, 600-900 A.D. Central America. Diameter 18 cm

Mayan polychrome pottery turtle vessel, late classic period, 600-900 A.D. Central America. Diameter 17 cm

An Attic red-figure fish plate, circa Fourth century B.C.. depicting a sea bream, a mottled fish, and a slim striped fish, (losses to the rim), 18.8 cm diameter Provenance: acquired from the Amati collection in the mid-1970s

A terracotta female bust, circa Fourth century B.C.. wearing a pointed headdress, wreath, and disk-shaped earrings, 8.9 cm high Provenance: ex Graham Geddes collection

An Iranian bronze dish, circa Thirteenth century A.D., the central tondo incised with a winged sphinx, (minor losses to rim), 17 cm diameter Provenance: ex Graham Geddes collection; ex private collection 1996

An Iranian globular jar, circa Thirteenth century A.D., with incised lily blossoms and floral clover motifs around the lip, above a floral pattern on the body and a petal frieze around the foot, (minor pitting and wear, some losses to the rim), 7 cm high a

An Anatolian terracotta vessel, Hittite period 1750-1100 B.C.. anthropomorphic with rounded base, 7.7 cm high Provenance: ex Graham Geddes collection; Sotheby& London, 13 May 1980, Lot 241; ex Mrs. N.E. Elliot-Smith collection

A pre Columbian pottery Blackware vessel, 300 B.C-300 A.D, West Mexico the bulbous almond shaped body with relief decoration to each end depicting a mask within a radiating halo with single spout above, with a modern timber stand 24 cm highProvenance: bill

A pre Columbian anthropomorphic pottery vessel, 300 B.C - 300 A.D, Northern Peru spherical, with relief decoration depicting an anthropomorphic figure with radiating chevrons, beneath a single spout, painted black, 22 cm highProvenance: bill Grafen collect

A pre Columbian Moche stirrup vessel,,500-700 A.D, Northern Peru the bulbous body with relief decoration depicting an anthropomorphic figure fighting a crab, with a single loop handle and a single spout, 22.5 cm highProvenance: bill Grafen collection, 1970

A pre Columbian Colima dog, 200 B.C-200 A.D, West Mexico modelled in a sitting position, with a single spout above the head, painted dark terracotta, 25.5 cm high

A pre Columbian pottery stirrup vessel, 300-400 A.D, Peru modelled as a kneeling warrior with a spear, beneath a single loop handle and a spout, 20 cm highProvenance: bill Grafen collection, 1970s

A Mexican clay head of Tlaloc, Nayarit, circa 500 B.C the Aztec rain god raised on a painted rod and mounted on a timber base with an incised plaque to the front, the head 9.5 cm high

A pre Columbian Cayman anthropomorphic earthenware figural vessel, 100-200 A. D, Peru modelled as a man with the head of an alligator, beneath a looped handled and a single spout, 22 cm wideProvenance: bill Grafen collection, 1970s.

A pre Columbian double spout pottery vessel, 14th century, Peru of mushroom shape, with twin spouts connected by an arched bridge, 17.5 cm highProvenance: bill Grafen collection, 1970s.

A pre Columbian pottery stirrup vessel, 300-400 A.D, Peru modelled as a figure seated cross legged, with his hands behind his back, beneath a single loop handle and a spout, 19 cm high Provenance: bill Grafen collection, 1970s.

A pre Columbian pottery figure of a Capuli Coquero, 800-1500 A.D, Peru. modelled as a seated man chewing coca nut, wearing a traditional hat and wrap, 28 cm high

A small Syrian jar, 2nd Millennium B.C single handle on pad base, (chip and repair to rim),9 cm high. Provenance: purchased from the Antiquities & Ethnographica Society, with certificate of authenticity

Rare pre Incan mask, a rare example of a carved wooden mask with raised facial features a slotted base for attachment to a wall. Weathered dry patina. Pre-Inca 400-900 AD. Tiahuanaco Ruins, Bolivia, south America. Length 38 cm. Width 16 cm

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