8 November 2007
A PAIR OF CARVED MARBLE BUSTS OF THE EMPERORS GALBA AND MARCUS AURELUS
ITALIAN, 19TH CENTURY
Each depicted facing frontally, wearing armour with drapery about the shoulders, on an associated circular grey marble socle and cylindrical cippolino marble column with grey marble circular foot and square plinth; minor chips; the emperor Galba with a loss to the lower edge of the truncation
32 and 31 in. (81.3 and 78.8 cm.) high; 38¾ and 38 in. (98.4 and 96.5 cm.) high, overall; 51 1/8 in. (127.4 cm.) high, the columns (2)
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