28 - 29 July 2015,
Price realised USD 375
USD 2,000 - USD 3,000
A PLASTER CAST RELIEF FRAGMENT FROM THE EAST FRIEZE OF THE PERGAMON ALTAR,
LATE 19TH CENTURY, AFTER THE ANTIQUE,
from the section of the east frieze of the Gigantomachy that depicts Athena battling Alkyoneus and his mother Gaia
71in. (180.2cm.) high; 36 ½in. (92.5cm.) wide
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