TimeLine Auctions Antiquities - Day 1 - Tuesday 20th February 2018
Egyptian Apis Bull Statuette. Late New Kingdom, 21st Dynasty, 1069-945 BC. A bronze figurine of the
sacred Apis bull with sun-disc fronted by uraeus between the horns, standing on a rectangular base; mounted on a custom-made chamfered wooden stand with old ticket to the underside 'Vache Athor / XXI Dynastie / trouvé à Memphis'. 365 grams, 95mm (3 3/4"") Very fine condition. Property of a Swedish collector; acquired in 2009 from Aaron Gallery, London, UK; previously in an old French collection in Paris since the 1970s; accompanied by a copy of the Aaron Gallery invoice, receipt, and correspondence regarding the provenance.