Seller: rodrogrs (778) 100%, Location: New York, Ships to: Worldwide, Item: 122214500655 Material: Pottery, Details: For your consideration is this finely painted cylinder vase decorated with four panels, two depicting a seated male dignitary wearing an elaborately plumed headdress separated by two panels of interlocked linear designs surmounted by a band of pseudoglyphs. 6 5/8” (16.8cm)W. x 5 1/8" (13cm) H. "Hairline" restored as pictured; this museum-grade figure is in excellent overall condition. PICTORIAL CYLINDER VASEMAYA, HONDURAS Late Classic Period, 550 - 950 C.E. Acquired by the seller on November 7, 1980 at Sotheby Parke-Bernet Gallery; featured in catalog, please view last image. $75 shipping, Delivery Confirmation tracking and full insurance coverage within contiguous U.S.A. NY residents please add 8.63% sales tax. Please use PayPal or contact seller for alternate remittance. Payment is expected within two days of auction’s end. Overseas buyer, please add $100 shipping; customs and/or other importation costs (if any) are the sole responsibility of the buyer. Bidders with fewer than ten (or private) "feedback" listings must contact seller before bidding to verify ID or bid may be declined. GUARANTEE OF AUTHENTICITYThe authenticity of this artifact is fully guaranteed by the seller, a scholar and longtime Senior Member of the American Society of Appraisers (retired), certified Pre-Columbian Art Specialist. Your figure will be carefully packed, insured and promptly shipped with a signed and registeredCertificate of Authenticity that includes a description, photo, dimension, cultural provenance and chronology. If not to U.S. buyer’s satisfaction, this artwork may be returned as shipped within thirty days of purchase for a purchase price refund minus 10% re-stocking fee for return of item in original condition and shipping materials. This seller has been a conscientious collector and dedicated scholar of New World antiquities for over a half-century. He has complied with UNESCO, federal/local legislation and never consciously acquired, traded in or sold illicitly recovered antiquities. CAVEAT EMPTOR: The prospective buyer is advised to acquire New World antiquities ONLY from recognized Pre-Columbian Art specialists and be prepared to pay a legitimate price for authentic antiquities with legal provenance and bona-fide guarantees of authenticity. A “Certificate of Authenticity” is only as valid as the issuer’s credentials and expertise in this esoteric field. Unrealistically low prices for forgeries, reproductions, pastiches, illegal or mis-attributed artifacts offered by uninformed or venal vendors are ultimately neither true "bargains" nor prudent fiscal investments. All rights reserved for all countries. No part of the contents of this page may be reproduced without prior written permission of the seller.Copyright © Rod Rogers, 2016.