Pectoral bearing the name of Ramesses II (electrum) Nekhbet and Wadjet, goddesses of Upper and Lower Egypt, stand side by side within the frame in the form of a temple pylon topped by a grooved cornice. They share a single set of outspread wings. A ram-headed bird over them, also with outstretched wings, is a form of the sun god Ra. Ramesses II’s throne name is written in a cartouche above what is already a dense composition. Finally, two djed pillars fill in the lower corners of the…
Inspiration for the wall treatment in the hall bath. This is purely Art Deco to go with the lighting we have in the house. This pattern would need to be enlarged a bit to fit the space and the colors would need to be adjusted.
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ZEUGITANIA, Carthage, (c.350-320 B.C.), electrum tenth stater... Click VISIT to see 10,000+ Gold Coins at MAD On Collections. Please feel free to pin or share this coin. #GoldCoins
Egyptian Museum, Cairo Ceremonial axe of Ahmose I. Dynasty 18, from the burial of Queen Ahotep, Thebes. Copper, Electrum, Gold, Wood, Semi-precious stones. Image from The Digital Library Of Inscriptions and Calligraphies
Mysia, Kyzikos. Electrum Stater (16.18 g), ca. 550-500 BC About EF Griffin seated left; below; tunny left. Quadripartite incuse square. Von Fritze 58; SNG BN -. Full planchet. Bold strike. Lightly toned. Estimated Value $6,000 - 7,000. #Coins #Gold #Ancient #MADonC
Mysia, Kyzikos. Electrum Stater (16.00 g), 5th-4th centuries BC Choice VF Orestes kneeling left, holding sword and resting on omphalos; below, tunny left. Quadripartite incuse square. Von Fritze 165; SNG BN -. Well centered on a full planchet. A very choice example and delicately toned. Estimated Value $6,000 - 8,000. #Coins #Gold #Ancient #MADonC
Statue of Karomama Meritmut, the Divine Adoratrice of Amun (bronze with gold, silver and electrum, height: 59 cms). Third Intermediate Period, 22nd Dynasty, ca. 850 BC. Now in the Louvre.
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Kingdom of Lydia, Time of Alyattes to Kroisos (c.610-546 BC). Electrum Trite, 4.74g. Mint of Sardes. Head of roaring li Kingdom of Lydia, Time of Alyattes to Kroisos (c.610-546 BC). Electrum Trite, 4.74g. Mint of Sardes. Head of roaring lion facing right, sun with multiple rays on forehead. Rev. Two incuse square punches (Weidauer Group XVI, 89; SNG Kayhan 1013; Rosen 655; SNG von Aulock 2868-9). Slightly irregular flan, very fine. $ 1,750. Estimated Value $1,750-UP. #Coins #Gold #Ancient…
Mysia, Kyzikos. Electrum Stater (16.07 g), ca. 550-500 BC Choice VF Sphinx seated left; below, tunny left. Quadripartite incuse square. Von Fritze 72; SNG BN 200. Deep-cracked planchet. Well centered and boldly struck. A pleasing depiction of the classic sphinx. Estimated Value $5,000 - 7,000. #Coins #Gold #Ancient #MADonC
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Mysia, Kyzikos. Electrum Stater (15.94 g), 5th-4th centuries BC Choice VF Skylla left, holding tunny; below, tunny left. Quadripartite incuse square. Von Fritze 175; SNG BN -. Very rare. Boldly struck in high relief on a full oval planchet. The top of the Nymph's head is off the flan. Estimated Value $8,000 - 10,000. #Coins #Gold #Ancient #MADonC
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Kingdom of Lydia. Time of Alyattes to Kroisos, c. 600-560 BC. Electrum Trite (or Third Stater; 4.72 g). AEF Lion's head right, with globular wart on nose. Incuse square. Rosen 656; Boston MFA 1764; Dewing 2421. Rare. One of the earlier electrum pieces to portray an animal. Electrum is a native mixture of silver and gold, and found in the alluvial streambeds of Asia Minor, where coinage began. Estimated Value $2,500 - 3,000. #Coins #Gold #Ancient #MADonC #WartsOnNose