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Item: AO537
An early 20th-century souvenir Egyptian frieze of Nubian god Mandulis, part of the temple of Kalabsha. The plaster facsimile is held in a black painted timber frame and bears the manufacturers plaque: ‘Documentation Centre of Egyptology – 4 Rames Street, Cairo’ medially on the lower frame.
45.6 x 38.6 cm (nr: 18 x 15.2 inches)
Condition: Some minor surface marks; rust stains from embedded framing nails; the upper and lower right corners with stabilized cracks, see images  
Price: $750.
Can be bought on-line. Price includes postage worldwide.
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$750.00