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Egyptian antiquities to be auctioned at Christie’s on July 6-27 - Egypt Today

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Egyptian antiquities to be auctioned at Christie's on July 6-27

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Sun, 12 Jul 2020 - 02:46 GM

One of the Egyptian artifacts held for sale in          Christie's - ET

One of the Egyptian artifacts held for sale in Christie's - ET

CAIRO – 12 July 2020: Christie's Auction House is preparing for an international auction for various Roman and Egyptian antiquities on July 6-27.

 

The auction will be held online, due to social-distancing measures as a means to battle the novel coronavirus. The following Egyptian antiquities will be auctioned:

 

1-An Egyptian anhydrite cosmetic jar and lid dating back to the Middle Kingdom, 11TH-12TH dynasty, circa 2046-1794 B.C. with an estimated selling price of £1,500 - 2,500 or US$1,890 - 3,150.

 

2-An Egyptian wood shabti for Sety I dating back to the New Kingdom, 19TH Dynasty,  reign of Sety I , 1290-1279 B.C. with an estimated selling price of £6,000 - 8,000 or US $7,560 - 10,080 USD.

 

3-An Egyptian bronze Atum, dating back to the New Kingdom19TH Dynasty, circa 1292-1185 B.C with an estimate selling price of £15,000 - 20,000 or 18,900 – US$25,200.

 

4-An Egyptian bronze Situla statue dating back to the Third Intermediate Period, 21st-22nd Dynasty, circa 1070-712 B.C. with an estimated selling price of £10,000 - 15,000 or US$12,600 -18,900.

 

5-An Egyptian bronze Amun statue dating back to the Third intermediate Period, circa 1069-664 B.C. with an estimated selling price of £7,000 - 10,000 or US$8,820 - 12,600.

 

6-An Egyptian Steatite Theophorous dating back to Late Period, 27th Dynasty, circa 525-404 B.C. with an estimated selling price of £ 20,000 - 30,000 or US$25,200 - 37,800.

 

7- An Egyptian bronze Harpocrates dating back to Late Period, circa 664-332 B.C. with an estimated selling price of £7,000 - 9,000 or US$8,820 - 11,340.

 

8- An Egyptian bronze Ptah, dating back to the Late Period, circa 664-332 B.C.

with an estimated selling price of £8,000 - 12,000 or US$10,080 - 15,120 USD.

 

9- An Egyptian bronze Bastet dating back to the Late Period, circa 664-332 B.C.

with an estimated selling price of £3,000 - 5,000 GBP or US$3,780 -  6,300.

 

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