Sale location: NEW YORK.
Sale date: November 29, 1989.
Title, description: Antiquities & Islamic Art: Egyptian, Greek, Etruscan, Roman and Western Asiatic Antiquities and Islamic Works of Art Including:
A Greek Bronze Helmet.
A Roman Marble Head of the Cassel Apollo.
A Syrian Bronze Figure of an Enthroned Divinity.
A Roman Marble Torso of a Youth after the Idolino of Polykleitos.
An Attic Red-Figure Bell Krater by the Methyse Painter.
A Pair of Roman Bronze Lion Handles.
A Cycladic marble Cup.
A Fragmentary Egyptian Red Granite head of King Akhenaten.
An Iberian Bronze Votaress.
A Julio-Claudian Marble Portrait of a Man.
A Hellenistic Rosso-Antico Head of a Herm.
A Roman Marble Sarcophagus carved with the Labors of Herakles.
An Apulian Red-Figure of Dinos.
A Roman Bronze Figure of Asklepios.
A Seljuk Turquoise Glazed Vase.
ORDER OF SALE: FIRST SESSION:
Phoenician, Roman, and Byzantine Glass: lots 1-16.
Western Asiatic Antiquities: lots 17-42.
Classic Antiquities: lots 43-137.
Egyptian Antiquities: lots 138-166.
Jewelry: lots 167-186 (shown in color).
Islamic Works of Art: lots 187-197.
Phoenician, Roman and Byzantine Glass: lots 198-223.
Western Asiatic Antiquities: lots 224-281.
Classical Antiquities: lots 282-364.
Egyptian Antiquities: lots 365-408.
Jewelry: Lots 409-446.
Islamic Works of Art: lots 447-465.
Books of Related Interest: lots 466-467.
467 lots total with 83 lots shown in color and most of the others shown in black & white. A nice overall selection in this catalog.
last copy has a split on the spine