Egyptian, Faience Naturalistic Heart Scarab, Saite Period to Ptolemaic Period. 664 - 250 B.C.
Certainly one of the finest faience examples known of this type. From the collection of Alex G. Malloy, former dealer in antiquities for 40 years.AF33415. Faience heart scarab; ex Egyptian Scarabs, Alex G. Malloy, 1974, Number 8, Choice, 7.3 cm (large size), exceptionally fine naturalistic modeling, pale blue-green glaze on underside; minor flaking, several legs broken off as well as chipping on the right plate and clypeus; SOLD
Egyptian, Blue Steatite Heart Scarab, Saite Period - Ptolemaic Period, 664 - 250 B.C.
From the collection of Alex G. Malloy, former dealer in antiquities for 40 years. AF33422. heart scarab; cf. Egyptian Scarabs, Alex G. Malloy, 1974, # 11, Superb, 3.4 cm long, carved steatite, bright blue glaze, blank on underside, six piercings to attach to mummy; exceptional color and condition; SOLD
Roman (Nemausus?), Bronze Phallic Amulet, 2nd Century A.D.
AS36085. Bronze erotic phallic amulet; 4 cm long; male figure (a squirrel?), arms together out front, standing on large erect phallus (the squirrel's tail?), Superb, very strange!; of greatest rarity; SOLD
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