Date: 664-525 BC (26th Dynasty).
Provenance: Ex: Private European collection.
Measurements: 43 1/4 in. H. (110 cm.), 23 1/2 in. W. (60).
Egyptian upper part of a wood anthropoid sarcophagus. The mask wears an elaborate wig and collar, a prominent scarab on the forehead and has a false beard. Polychrome over gesso, bronze inlay for the eye liners and brows.
Date: 664 - 30 B.C. (Late Period),
Condition: Intact, with traces of original gesso and paint.
Provenance: American private collection.
Measurements: H. 6 3/4 in. (17.2 cm.).
Date: 3rd - 2nd Century BC )Late Period).
Condition: Intact, lower part broken off.
Provenance: Ex. Swiss Private collection, 1980, European Private collection, 1983.
Measurements: 32 3/8 x 14 1/2 inches (82 x 36.8 cms).
An Egyptian painted wood sarcophagus lid. Wraing a striated wig and a large pectoral painted with white, blue, and red. Accompanied by an expertise from Dr. Manfred Weber, Cologne University, Germany.
Date: 945 - 715 BC (Third Intermediate Period, Dynasty 24th - 22nd).
Condition: Intact, very lower part broken off, with some restoration on wig and face.
Provenance: Swiss Private collection, 1980, European Private collection, 1983.
Measurements: 47" x 12.4" (119.4 x 31.5 cms).
A Romano Egyptian painted wood sarcophagus lid. Wearing a wig with a black scarab above the forehead and a broad pectoral over the chest. Below is a vertical ...click for details
Date: 2000 B.C. (Middle Kingdom).
Provenance: Ex. Early private collection, 1960's.
Measurements: 20 1/8 x 11 15/16 (51 x 30.2 cms).
Preserving a panel of a wood sarcophagus containing twin "eye" motifs, surrounded by two horizontal rows of hieroglyphic inscriptions, and three vertical rows of hieroglyphic inscriptions to the right. The decoration painted in turquoise, white, and black over yellow.
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Date: 1196 -712 BC, Dynasty XX-XXIV (LATE NEW KINGDOM - THIRD INTERMEDIATE PERIOD).
Material: Painted wood.
Provenance: Ex. Private collection from the 1970's.
Measurements: 6 1/2 inches high (16.5 cm.).
Preserving the face, the skin painted off white and details with black, red and blue, with traces of the feathers of the headdress, suggesting the owner was a woman.
Cf: Lot 247, Christie's New York Antiquities auction, 9 Decembe ...click for details