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TimeLine Auctions 6 Day Antiquities and Coin Sale

TimeLine Auctions Limited Catalogue 02 Sep 2020 10:00 BST (5 day sale)

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  • Lots: 561 - 1156
  • Lots: 1157 - 1752
  • Lots: 1753 - 2359
  • Lots: 6000 - 6736
  • Lots: 8000 - 8798
Harwich, Essex

Venue Address

  • The Court House
  • 363 Main Road
  • Harwich
  • Essex
  • CO12 4DN
  • United Kingdom

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Currency: GBP
Buyer's premium Inc. VAT/sales tax: 27.00%
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Late to Ptolemaic Period, 664-30 BC. A glazed composition model right hand supporting a nude infant lying prone with head raised, right arm extend...

Middle Kingdom, 2133-1797 BC. A gold piriform D-section bead from a Broad Collar with loop to each end. 0.51 grams, 15mm (3/4"). From the propert...

Roman Period, 30 BC-323 AD. A ceramic winged heart scarab with incised detailing, plain underside. 49.6 grams total, 74mm (3"). From the private ...

Ptolemaic Period, 332-30 BC. A gold finger ring representing a three-band textured wire hoop with S-curved neck and tail, bulb finial to the head,...

1st millennium BC-1st millennium AD. A mixed group of glass and other beads, glazed composition pendants, a bronze figurine, a scarab and other ty...

Ptolemaic Period, 332-30 BC. A bifacial blue glazed composition figural pendant of the god Bes, squatting and wearing a tall feather crown; pierce...

Ptolemaic Period, 332-30 BC. A large glass amulet of a crouching frog, sacred to the goddess Heqet, the goddess of fertility, in a typical stance ...

1st millennium BC and later. A restrung necklace composed of alternating globular gold beads and glass 'eye' beads, the central element a glass co...

3rd-6th century AD. A group of ten necklace strings of ribbed terracotta tubular beads of various shapes and sizes. 58.02 grams, 68-74cm (26 3/4 ...

Late Period, 664-332 BC. A carved carnelian fly amulet with striated body, pierced for suspension. See The Baron Empain collection, Christies, 14 ...

Late Period, 664-332 BC. A mixed group comprising a bone scarab bead with hieroglyphs to the underside and a glazed composition Bes bead. 2.5 gra...

5th-8th century AD. A group of three carved shafts, possibly handles, rectangular in section, one hollow; each decorated with groups of ring-and-d...

5th-6th century AD. A fabric panel fragment made from a patchwork of bleached plain-weave linen squares of irregular form joined with loose seams ...

Late Dynastic Period, 4th-3rd millennium BC. A small alabastron with rounded base, lug handles and narrow rim. 95 grams, 71mm (2 3/4"). Property ...

New Kingdom, 1550-1070 BC. A carved hardstone gaming piece(?) of a stylised bee; incised numeral hieroglyph to the underside. 15.5 grams, 35mm (1...

4th-6th century AD. A fragment of plain-weave linen(?) textile with embroidered panel, leaf and tendril detailing; mounted in a glazed wooden fram...

30 BC-323 AD. A carnelian or agate fusiform bead, an example of natural banding with harmoniously coloured tones of red and cream, possibly part o...

3rd-6th century AD. A pair of decorative textile panels comprising: a medallion with birds within a decorative border; a square panel on card back...

Ptolemaic Period, 332-30 BC. A carved egg-shaped alabaster jar with flared rim, discoid lid. 735 grams, 15cm (6"). Ex Gottfried and Helga Hertel ...

Late Period, 664-332 BC. A blue glazed composition pendant depicting Pataikos, a bandy legged dwarf with large bald head, ribbed suspension loop t...

Ptolemaic Period, 332 BC-30 BC. A large section of linen fabric from a mummy wrapping with an old handwritten collector's label 'Linen fabric (mu...

3rd-6th century AD or later. A group of ten necklace strings of ribbed terracotta tubular beads of various shapes and sizes. 59.37 grams, 62-70cm...

Mainly Late Period, 664-332 BC and later. A mixed group of amulets including a lapis lazuli tag, a bone cylinder bead, two later scarabs and other...

Late Period, 664-332 BC. The upper half of a large glazed composition amulet depicting the jackal-headed god Anubis, the god of death and embalmin...

Late Period, 664-332 BC. A pale blue-glazed composition shabti with tripartite wig and false beard, vertical column of dedication hieroglyphic tex...

Late Period, 664-332 BC. A group of fragments from polychrome mummy cartonnage. 58 grams total, 3-58mm (1/4 - 2 1/4"). Property of a London gentl...

New Kingdom, 18th-19th Dynasty, 1550-1070 BC. A glazed composition anthropomorphic heart amulet (ib) with painted detailing, the human head with t...

Late Period, 664-332 BC. A carved striated alabaster piriform jar with rounded base, small lug handle to side. 390 grams, 17.5cm (7"). From the p...

Late Period, 664-332 BC. A glazed composition aryballos formed as a mouse with pricked ears, long snout, pouring neck and loop handle above. 39.1...

Third Intermediate Period, 1069-702 BC. A carved alabaster piriform jar with flared rim, hatched bands to the shoulder and base. 350 grams, 20cm ...

New Kingdom, 1550-1070 BC. A carved alabaster jar with rounded body, broad shoulder, flared neck with squared rim, two lateral loop handles. 957 ...

30 BC-323 AD. A lathe-turned wooden pyxis comprising a hollow container and trumpet-shaped lid with domed boss handle. 46 grams, 84mm (3 1/4"). P...

4th-1st century BC. A pair of carved biconical haematite weights for shekel and half shekel coins. See Hendon no. W1-3. 12.6 grams total, 23-24mm ...

Late New Kingdom, 1550-1070 BC. A carved alabaster piriform hes vase (offering vase) with broad flared rim, narrow base. 673 grams, 22.5cm (9"). ...

1st millennium BC and later. A restrung multi strand necklace composed of lapis lazuli, stone and composition seed beads with later gold beads, t...

Late Period, 664-332 BC. A blue glazed composition amulet of Pataikos in the form of a bandy-legged squatting dwarf on a rectangular base; naked w...

15th century AD and later. A group of seven carnelian fusiform beads, octagonal in section. 27 grams total, 23-29mm (1"). Property of a London ge...

New Kingdom, 1550-1070 BC. A conical alabaster pot with flat base and everted rim. 13 grams, 31mm (1 1/4"). Property of an Essex gentleman; forme...

6th-4th century BC. A carved steatite scaraboid with stylised detailing to the upper face, the underside with floral motif. 1.69 grams, 13mm (1/2...

Late Period, 664-332 BC. A glazed composition pendant representing the mask of Bes, bearded and with protruding tongue, ears pierced to accept wir...

Roman Period, 30 BC-330 AD. A diorite statuette of a walking bull; small horns to the top of the head with tuft of hair between; standing on a rec...

3rd-6th century AD. A pair of decorative textile panels comprising: a square dark brown panel with with X-motif; a red rosette with central grey X...

3rd-6th century AD. A pair of decorative textile panels comprising: a black leaf-shaped panel with three birds in flight, decorative border; a bro...

6th-4th century BC. A mixed group of scaraboids in rock crystal, lapis lazuli, white chalcedony and glazed composition. 6.94 grams total, 13-20mm...

7th century BC. A bronze female figure standing nude with arms clasped to the midriff, holding a lamp or chalice in the left hand, with bobbed hai...

Ptolemaic Period, 332-30 BC. A bronze figure of Harpocrates standing with right forefinger to the lips, sidelock falling to the shoulder, square b...

Late Period, 664-332 BC. A pale blue-glazed composition shabti with tripartite wig and false beard, vertical column of dedication hieroglyphic tex...

Roman Period, 30 BC-323 AD. A wooden face mask wearing a wig, some painted detailing to the eye, cheek and brow, tall headdress with bands and som...

New Kingdom, 1550-1070 BC. A group of five graduated agate poppy-head amulet pendants. 6.08 grams total, 12-21mm (1/2 - 3/4"). Property of a Lond...

Late New Kingdom, 1550-1070 BC. A shallow carved limestone rectangular dish with chamfered rim. 172 grams, 96mm (3 3/4"). Property of a London ge...

Late Period, 664-332 BC. A mixed group of glazed composition amulets and beads comprising: two pendants, a rosette bead and six discs with a patte...

Late New Kingdom, 1550-1070 BC. A blue glazed composition cup with flared foot and rolled rim; supplied with a discoid lid from another cup. 21.9...

5th-7th century AD. A blue glazed composition bead, one side with facing Abrasax holding a shield with symbols; the other side with six lines of G...

Late Period, 664-332 BC. A large green glazed composition amulet of Pataikos, the bandy-legged dwarf, naked with large bald head, hands resting on...

5th-3rd century BC or later. A glass bead in the form of a head with applied ears, eyes, nose and mouth, with encrusted patina; suspension ring to...

Late Period-Ptolemaic Period, 664-30 BC. A group of five glazed composition and glass amulets comprising: two depicting nude dwarf god Bes with gr...

Late Period, 664-332 BC. A polychrome fragment from mummy cartonnage with mourning weeping kneeling figure of Isis, her name hieroglyph, a throne,...

1st millennium BC or later. A matched pair of glazed composition beads, square in section and tapering to each end. 29.58 grams total, 70mm each ...

6th-4th century BC. A carved amethyst amulet of a human head with exaggerated mouth and eyes, pierced for suspension. 4.16 grams, 19mm (1/2"). Pr...

Late New Kingdom, 1550-1070 BC or later. A carved limestone bust of a male the head smoothed for the addition of a separate headdress, the lower l...

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