Forgery of an ancient Egyptian antiquity acquired by Sir Henry Wellcome from the de Rustafjaell collection in 1913. White circular label stuck to the surface with pencil number 209/4. Purchased at Sotheby's 20-24 January 1913 (de Rustafjaell sale) Lot 209/4: "a large pylon-shaped Stela, with incavo figures of gods, etc., above, and winged disc on entablature; limestone; 22 in. high, 20 in. wide. Part of the head of a god or king in sunk relief. Fragments of large Stele (2), with inscriptions and parts of figure designs". CONDITION NOTE (1998): Heavily chipped, worn, label adhered to surface, loss of pigment, sellotape on base.