TimeLine Auctions Antiquities Sale - Day 2 2021-05-26 Auction - 559 Price Results - TimeLine Auctions Ltd. in Essex - Page 2
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TimeLine Auctions Antiquities Sale - Day 2

Auction Venue: TimeLine Auctions The Court House 363 Main Road Harwich Essex CO12 4DN UK Day 1 Tuesday 25 May 2021 Ancient Art, Antiquities Lots 1-500 Day 2 Wednesday 26 May 2021 Ancient Art, Antiquities Lots 501-1059 Day 3 Thursday 27 May 2021 Ancient Art, Antiquities Lots 1060-1613 Day 4 Friday 28 May 2021 Ancient Art, Antiquities Lots 1614-6119 Day 5 Saturday 29 May 2021 Natural History Lots 6120-6331 Coins, Medals and Books Lots 8000-8358 First time buyers might be asked to provide ID and proof of address in accordance with the Anti-money laundering directive. A bid limit may be applied to their account or a deposit may be required. For enquiries about bidding, or to discuss any of these arrangements, please email bids@timelineauctions.com or call +44(0)1277 815121. After the sale Payments must be paid in Pounds Sterling and can be made by bank transfer, cash (up to the value of £7,000), cheque and debit or credit card (up to a maximum limit of £500). Please note that TimeLine Auctions Ltd does not accept Paypal (or similar systems), charge cards (American Express, Diners Club etc.) or cheques/orders drawn on foreign banks in Pounds Sterling or any other currencies. Please note, it is the Buyer’s responsibility to ensure any duties, restrictions, laws or regulations regarding import and export to the Buyers home country are met. Buyers from the USA especially should note that restrictions apply to various categories of antiquities and coins and should check before bidding. Temporary Admission For a small number of items which have been imported into the UK under the Temporary Admission rules, applicable import duty is applied to the Hammer Price. For UK buyers, this cannot be entered as input tax. For overseas buyers, where proof of export has been provided, the import duty may be refunded on request. This only applies to a small number of lots, check specific lot descriptions to see if applicable.
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Egyptian Broad Collar Bead: New Kingdom, 18th Dynasty, Amarna Period, 1353-1336 BC. A cream-coloured glazed composition bead from a Broad Collar in the form of an elongated flower petal; suspension rings to the top and bottom.
0525: Egyptian Broad Collar BeadEst. £50-£70
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Egyptian Banded Agate Scarab: Late Period, 664-332 BC. A carved and polished banded agate scarab, pierced for suspension. 1.06 grams, 13mm (01-Feb"). From the private collection of a London gentleman; acquired in the
0526: Egyptian Banded Agate ScarabEst. £100-£140Lot Passed
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Egyptian Coptic Tunic Decoration: 5th-7th century AD. A woven decorative tunic section in a double-weave fabric in red/brown and dark yellow colours, showing a row of stylised figures inside panels with both plain and patterned
0528: Egyptian Coptic Tunic DecorationEst. £50-£70
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Egyptian Glass Harpocrates Pendant: Ptolemaic Period, 332-30 BC. A figural glass pendant formed as Harpocrates standing nude, finger to his lips, shoulder-length hair, anatomical detailing to the reverse; suspension loop above; held in
0529: Egyptian Glass Harpocrates PendantEst. £80-£100
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Egyptian Broad Collar Bead: New Kingdom, 18th Dynasty, Amarna Period, 1353-1336 BC. A dark-blue glazed composition bead from a Broad Collar, in the form of a bunch of grapes; suspension rings to the top and bottom. 0.46 grams,
0530: Egyptian Broad Collar BeadEst. £80-£100
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Egyptian Pale Blue Glazed Hieroglyphic Shabti: Late Period, 664-332 BC. A glazed composition shabti with tripartite wig and false beard, hand-tools held in crossed hands and seed-bag to the shoulder, ten rows of hieroglyphic text from Chapter Six
0531: Egyptian Pale Blue Glazed Hieroglyphic ShabtiEst. £200-£300
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Egyptian Broad Collar Bead: New Kingdom, 18th Dynasty, Amarna Period, 1353-1336 BC. A cream-coloured glazed composition bead in the form of an elongated flower petal with orange detailing; suspension rings to the top and
0532: Egyptian Broad Collar BeadEst. £80-£100
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Egyptian Broad Collar Bead: New Kingdom, 18th Dynasty, Amarna Period, 1353-1336 BC. A glazed composition bead in the form of a fruit with blue detailing; suspension rings to the top and bottom. 0.47 grams, 17mm (01-Feb"). From
0533: Egyptian Broad Collar BeadEst. £50-£70
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Egyptian Limestone Standing Goddess Figure: Late-Ptolemaic Period, 664-30 BC. A carved limestone figure of an Egyptian goddess, possibly Nephthys or Sekhmet, standing on a sub-rectangular base; wearing tripartite wig, base of headdress above,
0535: Egyptian Limestone Standing Goddess FigureEst. £60-£80
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Egyptian Piriform Alabaster Jar: Late Period-Ptolemaic Period, 664-30 BC. A piriform alabaster vessel with waisted neck, broad rim and two lug handles. 409 grams, 13.5cm (5 1/4"). From the private collection of a New York
0536: Egyptian Piriform Alabaster JarEst. £300-£400
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Phoenician Horned Head of Astarte: 6th-4th century BC. A bronze head of Astarte (Asherah, Asteris, Asteroth) with sharp facial features, curled hair framing the youthful face, eyes hollow to accept inserts, headdress with a pair of
0537: Phoenician Horned Head of AstarteEst. £2,000-£3,000
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Phoenician Scaraboid with Reclining Bull: 2nd-1st millennium BC. A domed elliptical scaraboid with billet motifs to the upper face and incuse design of a couchant horned bull on the base, with symbols around; pierced for suspension. 0.4
0538: Phoenician Scaraboid with Reclining BullEst. £50-£70
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Egyptian Large Terracotta Shabti: Late Period, 664-332 BC or later. A substantial terracotta shabti figure modelled with tripartite wig, facial detailing, arms across the body and tools in hands; omega symbol penned on the reverse
0539: Egyptian Large Terracotta ShabtiEst. £150-£200
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Egyptian Frog Amulet: 3rd millennium BC. A carved lapis lazuli amulet in the form of a leaping or swimming frog, with legs outstretched; detailing to the legs; pierced for suspension. See Musée d'Art et d'Histoire
0540: Egyptian Frog AmuletEst. £40-£60
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Romano-Egyptian Stucco Hand Fragment Group: Roman Period, 30 BC-323 AD. A group of four hand fragments from a mummy case with coral-pink flesh, black outlining, blue and yellow border. See Walker, S., Ancient Faces, Mummy Portraits from Roman
0541: Romano-Egyptian Stucco Hand Fragment GroupEst. £100-£140
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Egyptian Blue Finial: New Kingdom, 1550-1070 BC. A blue-glazed composition finial with globular body and decorated with a series of black patterns, probably manganese oxide. 46.4 grams, 42mm (1 1/2"). From an early 20th
0542: Egyptian Blue FinialEst. £250-£350
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Egyptian Osiris Figurine: Late Period, 664-332 BC. A bronze figurine representing Osiris with flail and crook in his crossed arms, plaited beard, Atef crown to his head, affixing spike absent. See O'Connor, D., Abydos:
0543: Egyptian Osiris FigurineEst. £150-£200
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Egyptian Broad Collar Bead: New Kingdom, 18th Dynasty, Amarna Period, 1353-1336 BC. A green glazed composition bead in the form of an elongated flower petal with vein detailing; suspension rings to the top and bottom. 0.47
0544: Egyptian Broad Collar BeadEst. £50-£70
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Egyptian Broad Collar Bead: New Kingdom, 18th Dynasty, Amarna Period, 1353-1336 BC. A deep-blue glazed composition bead in the form of an elongated flower petal; suspension rings to the top and bottom. 0.54 grams, 26mm (1").
0545: Egyptian Broad Collar BeadEst. £80-£100
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Egyptian Broad Collar Bead: New Kingdom, 18th Dynasty, Amarna Period, 1353-1336 BC. A glazed composition bead in the form of an elongated flower petal; suspension rings to the top and bottom. 0.33 grams, 14mm (01-Feb"). From
0546: Egyptian Broad Collar BeadEst. £50-£70
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Egyptian Glazed Offering Cup: Late Period, 664-332 BC. A glazed composition miniature offering cup with broad base, tapering stem, flared rim. 5.9 grams, 30mm (1 1/4"). Property of a London gentleman; acquired in the 1970s. [No
0547: Egyptian Glazed Offering CupEst. £80-£100
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