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Datum der Auktion: 16.09.2020

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(African & Oceanic Art and Antiquities, 16th September 2020) SPECIMEN OF LAPIS LAZULI AFGHANISTAN deep blue, cut and polished, with thin veining 24cm tall

Los #: 1

Schätzpreis: 400 £ - 600 £

Datum: 16.09.2020

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(African & Oceanic Art and Antiquities, 16th September 2020) LARGE PYRITE CLUSTER PERU a number of cubic crystals, on original matrix 19cm across

Los #: 2

Schätzpreis: 500 £ - 800 £

Datum: 16.09.2020

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(African & Oceanic Art and Antiquities, 16th September 2020) TRIO OF TRILOBITES MOROCCO, DEVONIAN ERA, C. 450 - 400 MILLION YEARS BP sand blasted, all within perspex display cases (3) largest 8.5cm long

Los #: 3

Schätzpreis: 300 £ - 500 £

Datum: 16.09.2020

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(African & Oceanic Art and Antiquities, 16th September 2020) FOSSIL DRAGONFLY SOLNHOFEN, GERMANY, JURASSIC PERIOD, 150 MILLION YEARS BP finely preserved specimen of Urogomphus eximus within a limestone matrix 36 x 30cm

Los #: 4

Schätzpreis: 1.000 £ - 2.000 £

Datum: 16.09.2020

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(African & Oceanic Art and Antiquities, 16th September 2020) PSITTACOSAURUS SKELETON LOWER CRETACEOUS, 119 - 97.5 MILLION YEARS BP raised on a bespoke oak stand, shown in mid stride, the head angled towards the viewer, with birdlike skull and beak mouth a herd animal, Psittacosaurus (which

Los #: 5

Schätzpreis: 2.000 £ - 3.000 £

Datum: 16.09.2020

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(African & Oceanic Art and Antiquities, 16th September 2020) TRIO OF FLINT AXES SCANDINAVIA, C. 1900 B.C. knapped and polished flint, comprising of two axes and a gouge, all with percussion marks throughout (3) tallest 15cm Provenance: Lars Otto Johan Holst (pictured with collection visible in the

Los #: 6

Schätzpreis: 600 £ - 900 £

Datum: 16.09.2020

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(African & Oceanic Art and Antiquities, 16th September 2020) LARGE SCANDINAVIAN FLINT AXE DENMARK, C. 4000 - 2000 B.C. knapped flint, worked from a caramel stone, of rectangular form, tapering at both the base and blade, presented on a bespoke mount 25.5cm tall Provenance: Viggo Johansen Knudsen

Los #: 7

Schätzpreis: 400 £ - 700 £

Datum: 16.09.2020

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(African & Oceanic Art and Antiquities, 16th September 2020) FLANGED AXE BRONZE AGE, C. 1400 B.C. cast copper alloy, with raised flanges and short curving blade, old inventory label, reading '551- B20' 16cm long Provenance: Countess de Broussiere, France, until 1913, reputedly discovered in situ by

Los #: 8

Schätzpreis: 300 £ - 500 £

Datum: 16.09.2020

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(African & Oceanic Art and Antiquities, 16th September 2020) THREE BRONZE AGE AXES EUROPE, MIDDLE BRONZE AGE, C. 1400 B.C. cast copper alloy, all with curved blades and short vertical flanges, raised on bespoke bronze mounts (3) (Qty: 3) tallest 23.8cm Provenance: Private collection, Belgium

Los #: 9

Schätzpreis: 1.000 £ - 2.000 £

Datum: 16.09.2020

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(African & Oceanic Art and Antiquities, 16th September 2020) PAIR OF CELTIC LA TENE TORCS WESTERN EUROPE, 350 B.C. cast bronze, of delicate construction, the circular bands with small lobed terminals and banded collars (2) 14cm diameter Provenance: Private collection, Switzerland, both with mid-20th

Los #: 10

Schätzpreis: 200 £ - 300 £

Datum: 16.09.2020

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(African & Oceanic Art and Antiquities, 16th September 2020) TRIO OF FLINT TOOLS SCANDINAVIA, C. 1900 B.C. knapped flint, consisting of; a polished axe; a sickle and an arrow head (3) axe 11.5cm long Provenance: Lars Otto Johan Holst (pictured with collection visible in the background), 1863-1936

Los #: 11

Schätzpreis: 200 £ - 300 £

Datum: 16.09.2020

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(African & Oceanic Art and Antiquities, 16th September 2020) COLLECTION OF NEOLITHIC TOOLS WESTERN EUROPE, 3RD MILLENIUM B.C. knapped flint and polished stone, a range of artefacts, including; a carved and polished stone axehead; two large scrapers; one flint axehead; one small flint scraper marked

Los #: 12

Schätzpreis: 200 £ - 300 £

Datum: 16.09.2020

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(African & Oceanic Art and Antiquities, 16th September 2020) COLLECTION OF LITHICS VARIOUS, NEOLITHIC ERA knapped flint and stone, the collection comprising of; a pair of flint arrowheads, one- with an early 20th century label reading "W.C. Mills, Mt. Vernon, No. 28"; a flint spearhead with an early

Los #: 13

Schätzpreis: 200 £ - 300 £

Datum: 16.09.2020

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(African & Oceanic Art and Antiquities, 16th September 2020) MYCENAEAN EYE COVER GREECE, C. 1600 - 1100 B.C. sheet gold, leaf shaped, with fine punched decoration 4cm diameter Provenance: Private collection, United Kingdom

Los #: 14

Schätzpreis: 400 £ - 600 £

Datum: 16.09.2020

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(African & Oceanic Art and Antiquities, 16th September 2020) PAIR OF CYPRIOT VESSELS CYPRUS, IRON AGE, C. 700 B.C. painted terracotta, comprising of; one Cypriot black on red ware jug, standing on a ring base, the body adorned with concentric circle decoration, ringed collar, trefoil lip and strap

Los #: 15

Schätzpreis: 400 £ - 600 £

Datum: 16.09.2020

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(African & Oceanic Art and Antiquities, 16th September 2020) CELTIBERIAN VOTIVE FIGURE IBERIA, C. 5TH - 4TH CENTURY B.C. cast bronze, the standing female figure shown veiled and wearing a long gown, the facial features serene, with broad sweeping brows framing the coffee bean eyes, the hands raised

Los #: 16

Schätzpreis: 1.000 £ - 2.000 £

Datum: 16.09.2020

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(African & Oceanic Art and Antiquities, 16th September 2020) MYCENEAN PITHOS JAR GREECE, LATE HELLADIC III, C. 13TH - 14TH CENTURY BC painted pottery, rising from a ringed base, the piriform body with a trio of loop handles at the shoulder, short neck and flaring mouth, decorated with a series of

Los #: 17

Schätzpreis: 600 £ - 900 £

Datum: 16.09.2020

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(African & Oceanic Art and Antiquities, 16th September 2020) HELLENISTIC HEAD OF A SATYR EASTERN MEDITERRANEAN, C. 4TH - 2ND CENTURY B.C. carved stone, originally part of a larger frieze, the powerfully proportioned satyr depicted with broad nose, strong brow, curled locks and dual horns above

Los #: 18

Schätzpreis: 1.000 £ - 2.000 £

Datum: 16.09.2020

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(African & Oceanic Art and Antiquities, 16th September 2020) ANCIENT CYPRIOT RED WARE JUG CYPRUS, EARLY / MID BRONZE AGE, 2200 - 1800 B.C. terracotta, polished red ware, standing on a rounded base, globular body with a small applied nub at the shoulder, tall neck with strap handle reaching to the

Los #: 19

Schätzpreis: 800 £ - 1.200 £

Datum: 16.09.2020

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(African & Oceanic Art and Antiquities, 16th September 2020) APULIAN LEKANIS SOUTHERN ITALY, 4TH CENTURY B.C. painted terracotta, standing on a stem base with strap handles and separate lid topped with a disc finial, one side of the lid with a bird pecking at a lizard, the other with a seated figure

Los #: 21

Schätzpreis: 2.000 £ - 3.000 £

Datum: 16.09.2020

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(African & Oceanic Art and Antiquities, 16th September 2020) ATTIC BLACK FIGURE KYLIX GREECE, EARLY 5TH CENTURY B.C. painted pottery, standing on a disk foot, with deep bowl and dual stem handles, the exterior painted with scenes of grazing deer amidst predators and swooping birds 29cm diameter

Los #: 22

Schätzpreis: 2.000 £ - 3.000 £

Datum: 16.09.2020

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Published: Born, H. 1993. Restaurierung antiker Bronzewaffen. Mainz: Philipp von Zabern

Los #: 24

Schätzpreis: 5.000 £ - 7.000 £

Datum: 16.09.2020

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(African & Oceanic Art and Antiquities, 16th September 2020) HELLENISTIC FIGURE OF A SATYR EUROPE, C. 1ST CENTURY B.C. cast bronze, the satyr of strong build, shown seated, as if perched on a ledge, the arms raised perhaps to hold the aulos, the expression merry, the hair reaching down to the nape

Los #: 25

Schätzpreis: 900 £ - 1.200 £

Datum: 16.09.2020

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(African & Oceanic Art and Antiquities, 16th September 2020) HELLENISTIC GOLD EARRING NEAR EAST, 3RD - 1ST CENTURY B.C. gold and glass, formed of a central rosette decorated with elaborate filigree work, the centre with a series of petals, the central drop with clusters of gold granules and further

Los #: 28

Schätzpreis: 1.500 £ - 2.500 £

Datum: 16.09.2020

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Los #: 29

Schätzpreis: 1.500 £ - 2.500 £

Datum: 16.09.2020

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(African & Oceanic Art and Antiquities, 16th September 2020) GNATHIAN WARE HYDRIA SOUTHERN ITALY, C. 3RD CENTURY B.C. fired and glazed terracotta, with two side handles and strap handle, the everted rim with etched floral decoration, the body with vertical ribbing and leading to a flaring foot

Los #: 30

Schätzpreis: 1.500 £ - 2.000 £

Datum: 16.09.2020

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(African & Oceanic Art and Antiquities, 16th September 2020) PAIR OF PILOS HELMET FORKS GREECE, C. 3RD CENTURY B.C. cast and hammered bronze, both standing on a conical base with ridged flaring, rising to a two pronged head intended for the attachment of a crest, both with Axel Guttmann collection

Los #: 31

Schätzpreis: 300 £ - 500 £

Datum: 16.09.2020

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(African & Oceanic Art and Antiquities, 16th September 2020) PILOS HELMET FITTINGS GREECE, C. 4TH CENTURY BC cast bronze, the series of eighteen leaf shaped fittings each with a central ridge, would once have adorned a Pilos helmet, attached to a modern string 30cm diameter Provenance: Axel Guttmann

Los #: 32

Schätzpreis: 200 £ - 300 £

Datum: 16.09.2020

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(African & Oceanic Art and Antiquities, 16th September 2020) PAIR OF NEAR EASTERN SHIELD BOSSES NEAR EAST, 1ST MILLENIUM B.C. hammered bronze, both with a central domed projection, the border with a series of striding deer in low relief (2) 13.5cm diameter Provenance: Axel Guttmann Collection of

Los #: 34

Schätzpreis: 250 £ - 350 £

Datum: 16.09.2020

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(African & Oceanic Art and Antiquities, 16th September 2020) TRIO OF HELMET FITTINGS GREECE, 4TH - 2ND CENTURY B.C. cast bronze, comprising of; one helmet finial topped by a crown; a pair of fittings adorned with scrolling motifs and central rivet (3) longest 8.5cm Provenance: Axel Guttmann

Los #: 37

Schätzpreis: 200 £ - 300 £

Datum: 16.09.2020