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5 6 5 AN EGYPTIAN POLYCHROME WOOD FARMING SCENE Middle Kingdom, circa 2133-1797 B.C. Showing the male farmer wearing a short kilt, the right arm raised holding a stick, following a couple of white oxen with black markings and short horns, tied to a plough, the male figure approx 23cm high, the oxen and plough approx 32cm long Provenance: Nikos Paschalis (1918-1948) Collection, Greece, Egypt and the Middle East, thence by descent to the family in Australia. £2,000-£3,000 6 AN EGYPTIAN WOOD RIGHT ARM Middle Kingdom, circa 2133-1797 B.C. Slightly bent at the elbow, the finely carved fingers with detailed nails, remains of red pigment, 27.5cm long Provenance: Swiss private collection of Mr B. Schneider, Schaffhausen, acquired in the 1970s. £300-£400 4

7 9 8 10 7 FIVE EGYPTIAN WOOD ANIMAL FIGURES Middle Kingdom to Late Period, circa 2133-332 B.C. Including two trussed oxen and three birds, 10cm-14cm long (5) Provenance: English private collection, purchased in Zurich, circa 2000. Steinberg Collection, acquired on the London art market in the 1960s- 1970s. £300-£500 8 AN EGYPTIAN LIMESTONE RELIEF FRAGMENT New Kingdom, Ramesside Period, 19th Dynasty, circa 1200 B.C. From a wall or an obelisk, one side carved in low relief with part of a hieroglyphic inscription including part of a goddess figure and Horus standing on a serekh; the other side incised with three columns of text, the first column including ‘ne-hem’, ‘make for or remove’, and the second column mentioning ‘fear’, approx 10cm wide Provenance: Hugh Stanley Russell (1924-2000) Collection, Malvern, acquired between 1950-1970. Exchanged with the current owner circa 1975. £300-£500 9 AN EGYPTIAN TERRACOTTA FUNERARY CONE FOR MERYMOSE New Kingdom, 18th Dynasty, circa 1550-1295 B.C. The circular face impressed with three column of text, for ‘the honoured one of Osiris, the Viceroy of Kush, Merymose’, with remains of red pigment, with an old collection label giving the typewritten translation of the text, 11.5cm high Provenance: English private collection, Sussex, acquired in the 1990s. G. B. S. Errington Collection, UK. Accompanied by a copy of a letter from I. E. S. Edwards, Assistant Keeper at the British Museum addressed to Mr Errington mentioning this cone and another one, dated 4th January 1950. £300-£500 10 AN EGYPTIAN TERRACOTTA ANTHOPOMORPHIC SARCOPHAGUS LID FRAGMENT New Kingdom, Ramesside Period, circa 1300-1000 B.C. Showing part of the striated wig, the left ear and part of the left eye, with remains of black paint, 34cm long Provenance: English private collection, acquired on the London art market in the early 1990s. £80-£120 Antiquities and Tribal Art 5

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