An Egyptian Wood Mummy Mask,
19th/20th Dynasty, 1305-1080 B.C.
From an inner coffin, carved in a fine-grained hardwood, with finely carved outlined lips, straight nose, and eyes formerly detailed with paint, the back with two fragmentary tenons for attachment.
Charles Lambert Rutherston (1866-1927), Bradford, England
Mrs. Charles Rutherston and Mrs. Rutherston Powell, Manchester, 1930s
Edwin L. Weisl, Jr., New York (Sotheby Parke Bernet, New York, May 19th, 1979, no. 82, illus.)
on loan to The Manchester Museum, The University of Manchester, 1938
on loan to The Brooklyn Museum, 1976-1979 (inv. no. L76.11.3)
For a related example see the mask in the British Museum, inv. no. 6885.
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