Gold leaf Egyptian mummy mask, straight from the mummy head. Representing a high-ranking person from the army or priest. 9th - 7th century BC.
After the death of Felix Lauwers in 2003, Jacques Billen investigated the entire Egyptian collection. He pulled out the fake pieces. He valued the rest. He valued this piece at 1500 - 2000 euro.
Weighs 12 kg.
Will be sent by insured mail with track and trace.
Bought by the current owner in 2017 in Antwerp, Belgium.
From: Felix Lauwers.
Previous origin, collected since 1954
Previous owner: Felix Lauwers bought it in 1954 from an antique shop in Antwerp, Belgium.
The seller has demonstrated that the lot was obtained legally. The proof of origin was seen by Catawiki.
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- Ancient Egyptian
- plaster, gold leaf, wood
- mummy mask
- 43×29×18 cm
- Century/ Timeframe
- 9 - 7e B.C.
- Good Condition, See Photo