Dynasty XXX (380-343 B.C.), another turquoise glazed-composition shabti, uninscribed -- 4¼in. (11cm.) high, 4th-3rd Century B.C., a green glazed-composition shabti for Hor-pen-ast, feet missing -- 4¼in. (11cm.) high, a bronze figure of Osiris, the standing god wearing atef-crown and holding crook and flail, all on wood stands -- 4 7/8in. (12.4cm.) high, a steatite scarab bearing the cartouche of Tuthmosis III -- 1.7cm. long, both Late Period (712-332 B.C.), another similar, inscribed with the figures of Ptah and Nefer-Atum -- 1.6cm. long, Dynasty XIX-XX (1307-1070 B.C.), a scaraboid formed as two ducks, with heads turned back towards their tails, the base with Hathor head and four uraei -- 1cm. long, a glazed-composition cowroid, the base engraved with two crocodiles -- 1.8cm. long, both New Kingdom (1550-1070 B.C.), a blue glazed-composition wedjat-eye, with details in darker glaze -- 1.2cm. long, a group of miniature glazed-composition amulets including an Apis bull, a sow and a cat -- 2.8cm. high max., an alabaster alabastron with vestigial lug handles, chip at rim -- 2¼in. (5.6cm.) high, Dynasty XXVI (664-525 B.C.), and a miniature shallow alabaster offering dish -- 1¾in. (4.4cm.) diam. (a lot) See illustration on page ?? for item two " /> A large collection of Egyptian shabtis, scarabs and amulets including a green glazed-composition shabti for "the controller Hor-djed-ef, born of Ta-sherit-min", with incised horizontal band and vertical column of hieroglyphs at the front -- 4 7/8in. (12.4cm.) high, <I>Dynasty XXX (380-343 B.C.)</I>, another turquoise glazed-composition shabti, uninscribed -- 4¼in. (11cm.) high, <I>4th-3rd Century B.C.</I>, a green glazed-composition shabti for Hor-pen-ast, feet missing -- 4¼in. (11cm.) high, a bronze figure of Osiris, the standing god wearing <I>atef</I>-crown and holding crook and flail, all on wood stands -- 4 7/8in. (12.4cm.) high, a steatite scarab bearing the cartouche of Tuthmosis III -- 1.7cm. long, <I>both Late Period (712-332 B.C.)</I>, another similar, inscribed with the figures of Ptah and Nefer-Atum -- 1.6cm. long, <I>Dynasty XIX-XX (1307-1070 B.C.)</I>, a scaraboid formed as two ducks, with heads turned back towards their tails, the base with Hathor head and four uraei -- 1cm. long, a glazed-composition cowroid, the base engraved with two crocodiles -- 1.8cm. long, <I>both New Kingdom (1550-1070 B.C.)</I>, a blue glazed-composition <I>wedjat</I>-eye, with details in darker glaze -- 1.2cm. long, a group of miniature glazed-composition amulets including an Apis bull, a sow and a cat -- 2.8cm. high max., an alabaster alabastron with vestigial lug handles, chip at rim -- 2¼in. (5.6cm.) high, <I>Dynasty XXVI (664-525 B.C.)</I>, and a miniature shallow alabaster offering dish -- 1¾in. (4.4cm.) diam. (a lot) <I>See illustration on page ?? for item two</I> | Christie's