26 - 27 October 2004
A BACTRIAN BRONZE KOHL JAR IN THE FORM OF A GOOSE
1ST MILLENNIUM B.C.
Standing with large webbed feet, incised linear wing and tail plummage, the cylindrical aperture rising from centre back, neck repaired; and a bronze deer standing alert with frontally facing head and short tail, broken away at the legs, mounted, 1st millennium B.C.
3 7/8 in. (9.8 cm.) and 2 3/8 in. (6 cm.) high respectively (2)
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Animals, 1996, III, no. 59; Noah's Ark, 1997, no. 25 (item one); and Animals, 1986, II, no. 169 (item two).
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