Ca.764 – 332 BC. A large Egyptian wood Ptah-Sokar-Osiris figure, , depicted wrapped as the deceased wearing striped tripartite headdress with crown consisting of ostrich feathers and cow’s horns, and false beard, a multilevel broad collar sits on his chest and vertical column of hieroglyphic text down the front of the body and legs. The face is extremely well detailed and in fine style and the figure is well-preserved with much remaining original pigmentation remaining ON original untouched base. Fine Condition, Museum quality. Size: 395x245mm;15.55x 9.65in; 700gr; Provenance: Property of a London gallery, previously in old British collection formed in the 1960s, All Items sold by Pax Romana Auctions come with professional Certificate of Authenticity.