5 December 2012
PROPERTY FROM A MIDWESTERN PRIVATE COLLECTION
TWO EGYPTIAN FAIENCE PLAQUES
NEW KINGDOM, DYNASTY XIX, REIGN OF RAMESSES II, 1290-1224 B.C.
Each rectangular in form, inscribed with a column of hieroglyphs, reading: "Son of Re User-Maat-Re-setep-en-Re;" each set in a metal mount
Larger: 1½ in. (3.8 cm.) high (2)
Jacques René Fiechter (1894-1981), Switzerland, prior to 1950.
Anonymous sale; Cahn, Basel, 5 November 2011, lot 22 (part).
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