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Auction: Antiquities & Tribal Art
was auctioned on: 19 November 2019
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A GROUP OF EGYPTIAN BRONZE FIGURES Late

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Estimate: £400 - £600
ca. US$514 - US$771
Price realised:  n. a.
Lot number 32, Views: 9

A GROUP OF EGYPTIAN BRONZE FIGURES Late Period, Circa 664 - 332 B.C. Including a figure of sphinx-headed Tutu, wearing a sun-disc headdress with a frontal uraeus, 3cm high; a ram-headed uraeus, the tail formed into a loop, 3.8cm high; and a figure of snake-headed Nehebkau, depicted striding, with a suspension loop at the back, 5.4cm high, (3) Provenance: Tutu: Property from the Amherst collection by repute; with Andy Hayler, London; Private collection of a lady, Rome. Ram-headed uraeus: With Gustave Mustaki, Alexandria, Egypt; exported from Egypt to the UK under licence c.1950; Elsa MacLellan, Portsmouth, UK; thence by descent from the above; Private collection, London, UK; thence by descent from the above; Private collection of a lady, Rome. Nehebkau: Ex Bonham's 29 April 1991, lot 86; Private collection of a lady, Rome.

Informations about the auction
Auction house: Chiswick Auctions
Title: Antiquities & Tribal Art
Date of the auction: 19 Nov 2019
Address: Chiswick Auctions
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W3 8BL London
United Kingdom
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