November Antiquities, Ancient Art & Classic Coins Auction

  • Heage Lane
  • Etwall
  • Derbyshire
  • DE65 6LS

Auction Days

Thursday 8 November & Friday 9 November - Antiquities, Ancient Art & Classic Coins Auction
Starts at 10am each day

Viewing Days

Monday 5th November from 10am-4pm
Tuesday 6th November from 10am-4pm
Wednesday 7th November from 10am-4pm
Sale days – 9am until the auctions commence

Closing date for entries: Friday 5 October


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Lot Number 1

Lot Number 1

An Egyptian Cartonnage Wesekh Collar, C. 664 - 332 BC. This beautifully detailed cartonnage, also known as a usekhor or wesekh collar. Cartonnage is made from layers of linen or papyrus covered with plaster, and its use as decorative mummy covers became popular in the First Intermediate Period through to

Estimate: £0.00 - £0.00

Lot Number 2

Lot Number 2

Winged Scarab and Four Sons of Horus Group, Late Period, 664-332 BC. Extremely rare in this material. Signs of gold remaining on the surface. A group of wooden amulets consisting of a winged scarab, engraved details to the carapace, wings separate. The Four Sons of Horus, each with mummiform body; Imsety

Estimate: £0.00 - £0.00

Lot Number 3

Lot Number 3

Gold Ra-Horakhty Repousse Panel,? New Kingdom, C. 1550 - 1070 BC. A gold repousse panel of Ra-Horakhty depicted as a falcon with wings outspread, sun-disc to the top of the head, holding a ?shen? sign in both claws. Pierced for attachment. Background: As Horakhty (Horakhti, Harakhty), or "Horus of the two

Estimate: £0.00 - £0.00

Lot Number 4

Lot Number 4

Egyptian gold lotus flower amulet inlaid with lapis and carnelian, Late Period, 664-332 BC. A gold tear drop shaped necklace element from a broad collar, inlaid with three panels of lapis lazuli and carnelian; suspension loop to the top and bottom. For a similar piece see the Baron Empain Collection, Christies

Estimate: £0.00 - £0.00

Lot Number 5

Lot Number 5

Gold Frog Amulet, Late Period, 664-332 BC A gold amulet of a frog seated on hind legs, fore body slightly raised. The underside engraved with hieroglyphs. As Christies lot. 40, 14.4.2011.?In ancient Egypt?the frog?appears as a symbol?of fertility, water, and renewal. The water goddess Heket often appeared as a woman

Estimate: £0.00 - £0.00

Lot Number 6

Lot Number 6

Gold Nekhbet Vulture Amulet, Late Period, 664-332 BC A gold amulet of the goddess Nekhbet in the form of a vulture, wings folded back against the body. As Christies lot. 39, 14.4.2011. Nekhbet?was the Egyptian white vulture goddess and protector of Egypt and the Pharaohs. She was referred to as

Estimate: £0.00 - £0.00

Lot Number 7

Lot Number 7

Gold Cat Amulet, Late Period, 664-332 BC A gold amulet in the form of the goddess Bastet in the form of a cat seated on hind legs; suspension ring to the back.? As Christies lot. 39, 14.4.2011. Bastet?or Bast (Ancient Egyptian: b?stjt "She of the Ointment Jar", Coptic: ??????? /ubast?/)

Estimate: £0.00 - £0.00

Lot Number 8

Lot Number 8

Beaded Mummy Face Mask,? Late Period, 664-332 BC A large restrung panel of small glazed composition beads in various colours representing a mummy face mask; predominantly olive green, with crimson, black and ochre features. This exquisite mask represents the face of the deceased and would have been attached to the

Estimate: £0.00 - £0.00

Lot Number 9

Lot Number 9

An Egyptian Faience Offering Cup, Amarna Period - Ptolemaic Period, 1340- 32 BC. An egg-cup shaped offering vessel in pale green faience with shallow dish-shaped bow, the rim slightly everted; cylindrical body tapering to a conical foot; with matching lid in pale blue faience (the lids would be separately made.

Estimate: £0.00 - £0.00

Lot Number 10

Lot Number 10

Gold Leaping Ibex Amulet, Late Period, 664-332 BC A gold amulet of a ibex, large horns curving to the back of the head, the forelegs stretched forward in the act of running or leaping. For similar see the Baron Empain Collection, Christies antiquities auction 14th April 2011. Size: 16mm

Estimate: £0.00 - £0.00

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