Bronze plaque with a gilded standing Buddha in flowing garments and headdress. 1700's AD (4 ½" x 2 ½")
Limestone plaque of a seated Queen, wearing a headdress with a cobra to the top and hieroglyphics to the side, left top corner missing. 26th Dynasty. 663-525 BC (4 1/4" x 3 1/2")
Bronze plaque of Apis - bull god in an elaborate crown, winged female on either side. Holes for hanging. Green patina. 26th Dynasty.
663-525 BC (2 ¾" x 3")
Bambara Tribe. Carved wooden mask in a plaque shaped design with raised low relief image of a face with long thin nose, slit opened eyes, small pouting lips and an incised geometric background design.
Mid 1900's AD (10" x 9")
Bronze Tsa-Tsa Plaque: a standing crowned figure with triangular geometrics.
Early 1900's AD (12" x 4 1/4")
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