Egypt, 18th Dynasty, 1,550 - 1,292 BC, Scarab with Lion Attacking Man
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Item:132351348105Details:Egypt, 18th Dynasty, 1,550 - 1,292 BCScarab depicting a lion trampling or attacking a man measuring 18x13mm. This motif represents the Pharaoh defeating his enemies in battle. ex DeVries Collection. For reference, see:George Fraser, A Catalog of Scarabs Belonging to George Fraser, pg. 30, #240, Plate VIII. Percy Newberry, Egyptian Antiquities, Scarabs, and Introduction to the Study of Egyptian Seals and Signet Rings, pg. 160, #12, Plate XXVIII. Kenneth W. DorneyClassical NumismatistServing the Numismatic Community Since 1988 One of the first dealers on the web, we have been providing collectors and dealers with genuine ancient coins and antiquities since 1988. Having printed and published nearly 50 paper sales catalogs in the past, our offerings are now primarily online. We offer an eclectic selection of coins and relics from Greece, Rome, Byzantium, the Near and Far East and beyond from across the ancient world in many price ranges suitable for all collectors, beginning and advanced. TERMS & CONDITIONS OF SALEKenneth W. DorneyP.O. Box 493362Redding, CA 96049-3362 1. All items are guaranteed to be genuine and as described. An unconditional guarantee of authenticity is extended indefinitely. Any item found to be otherwise to our satisfaction may be returned for a full refund minus shipping charges, credit card fees and any other related expenses. 2. Any item which has been cleaned or otherwise altered from its original state may not be returned. Any and all returns should be fully insured by you. 3. Postage and insurance. Standard shipping is free worldwide. Standard shipping is typically First Class or Air Mail without insurance, though tracking numbers are always provided so that you may monitor the progress of your order. Insurance and other options are available at an additional cost. Please inquire. Insurance is NOT available outside the US! Registered Mail is available for an additional fee, but is not insured.