27 - 29 April 2010
AN EGYPTIAN-STYLE ALABASTER CANOPIC JAR
THE STOPPER IN THE FORM OF THE HEAD OF A PHARAOH WEARING A NEMES-HEADDRESS
56.5 CM. HIGH
ACQUIRED IN THE 1960S OR EARLY 1970S.
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ROTTERDAM, HISTORISCH MUSEUM, BEZETEN BEZIT, KEUZETENTOONSTELLING UIT DE VERZAMELING VAN MEVROUW W.G. ELIAS-VAES TE ROTTERDAM, EXHIBITION CATALOGUE, 18 APRIL - 1 AUGUST 1970, NO. 700.
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