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Search through 4,566 items from across our internationally significant Egyptology collection. The full collection is one of the largest in the UK with nearly 20,000 items spanning from the Prehistoric (about 5300 BC) to the end of the Byzantine Period (AD 642). Month by month we are making more records available online.
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Author: Newberry, P E; Hall, H R H
Publisher: Burlington Fine Arts Club
Description: Catalogue of an exhibition held at the Burlington Fine Arts Club in London, 1921.
Available online: http://archive.org/details/cu31924030647683
Publisher: Sotheby, Wilkinson and Hodge
Description: Sale catalogue of Revd. Randolph Humphrey Beren's Egyptian antiquities collection sold as 155 lots at Sotheby's 18 June 1923. A further collection belonging to his wife was sold at Sotheby's 29 July 1923 (lots 299-313) and 31 July 1923 (114 lots). There are objects from the 18 June 1923 sale within World Museum's collection via Sir Francis Danson and Sir Henry Wellcome (and possibly others from the 2 later sale's of Mrs Beren's)
Author: de Rustafjaell, Robert
Publisher: Anderson Galleries, Inc
Description: Available online http://hdl.handle.net/2027/nyp.33433081836128
Description: Sotheby's Sale Catalogue. 20-4 January 1913 for the collection formed by Robert de Rustafjaell (also known as the Col. Prince Roman Orbeliani collection).
Available online: http://openlibrary.org/books/OL13999031M/Catalogue_of_the_remaining_part_of_the_valuable_collection_of_Egyptian_antiquities
Author: Bourriau, Janine (editor)
Publisher: Egypt Exploraration Society
Description: A list of Egyptian antiquities acquired in 1978 by museums in the United Kingdom. The article contains a complete list of the Danson collection of Egyptian antiquities acquired by World Museum in 1977.
Auctions including Egyptian antiquities (155 lots) sold at Sotheby's 18 June 1923. A further collection belonging to his wife (Eleanor Frances Berens) was sold 29 July 1923 (lots 299-313) and 31 July 1923 (114 lots).
Sale of the collection of Egyptian antiquities formed by Robert de Rustafjaell (also known as the Col. Prince Roman Orbeliani collection).
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