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-9- [[checkmarks]] Reserved One Antique Wood [[checkmark]] Door. Egyptian. A standing figure holding a cup in his right-hand in relief, in the center panel. Slight traces of gilding on figure. Height of door, 11 1/2 ". Purchased in Egypt, winter 1906/1907. x 15.00 [[checkmarks]] [[checkmarks]] Reserved Two Rings.[[checkmark]] Gold. Egyptian. Set with carved stones, which revolve in their settings. One stone blue, one (a scarab with figures engraved) red Purchased in Egypt, winter 1906/1907. 10.00 [[checkmarks]] R ? [[checkmark]] 82 pieces, [[strikethrough]] principally fragments, of Pottery, Stone and Glass. Egyptian. Purchased in Egypt, winter 1906/1907. say- 25.00 [[/strikethrough]] [[checkmark]] [[checkmarks ]]Smithsonian 1167/1851 [[?]] One Fragment. Pottery. (A flat piece) Egyptian. Dense paste Pale Blue glaze. Four five-pointed stars in white, inlaid. $5.00 [[checkmarks]] 2 7/8" long. Purchased from Spink & Co., in London fall 1907. [[checkmarks]]Smithsonian 1168/1852 One small Cartouche. Pottery. Egyptian. Blue glaze. The cartouche is in low relief: at each end had two holes for thread 3/4' long. Purchased from Spinck & Co., in London, fall 1907. $4.00 [[checkmarks]] (See sheet No. 10 for price of above two items)
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