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Tutankhamun - secondary material: Trésor de Toutankhamon, publication, Tutankhamun-related

  • Trésor de Toutankhamon
  • Paris: Laboratoires Dausse, [1965].
  • Photographs by F. L. Kenett – © George Rainbird Ltd 1963, Vie et mort d’un pharaon, Christiane Desroches-Noblecourt, Hachette.
  • Set of colour plates featuring objects from the tomb.
  • From an original set of 20, full set except for nos. 1, 2, and 20. There are two copies of no. 9.

Tutankhamun - secondary material: tourist photographs, Tutankhamun-related

  • 2 photographs taken by tourists visiting Luxor in 1923.
  • TAA iii.46.2.1
    • Three tourists, one man and two women, sitting on the modern enclosure wall of Tutankhamun's tomb, with two Egyptian police officers (1 standing on either side of the seated group).
    • Manuscript note on verso, "Outside the new Tomb. The Valley of the Kings - 1923."
  • TAA iii.46.2.2
    • Female tourist, also part of the group in the other photograph, standing next to the head of a colossus of Ramesses II in the Ramesseum.
    • Manuscript note on verso, "The Ramesseum - Thebes - 1923."
  • The identities of the people in the photographs and the owner of the pictures are all unknown.

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Tutankhamun - secondary material: trade cards, Tutankhamun-related

  • Complete set of six "Cube Oxo" marketing trade cards referencing the discovery of the tomb of Tutankhamun.
  • 6 cards + 1 duplicate card
  • "VÉRITABLE EXTRAIT DE VIANDE DE LA CIE LIEBIG."
  • "CUBES OXO"
  • Liebig Company
  • "Ensevelissement d'un roi d'Égypte" [The Burial of King Tutankhamen]
      1. — Mort du Roi Toutankhamon.
      1. — Embaumement.
      1. — Traverée du Nil.
      1. — En route vers l'Ouest.
      1. — Le dernier adieu.
      1. — Tombeau de Roi Toutankhamon. [2 copies]

Tutankhamun - secondary material: "The Murder of King Tut", comic books, Tutankhamun-related

  • A complete set of 5 comic books, including two copies of #1 featuring alternative cover illustrations
  • James Patterson, The Murder of King Tut.
    • Adaptation of the novel The Murder of King Tut by James Patterson and Martin Dugard, set in the time of Tutankhamun and follows Howard Carter's search for the King's tomb.
  • IDW Publishing, San Diego.

Tutankhamun - secondary material: "Mrs. Tut", photograph, Tutankhamun-related

  • Press photograph of Miss Evelyn Baldwin, Captian of the New York Girl Scouts, shaking the hand of "Mrs King Tut", taken at the International Flower Show, New York, on 15 March 1923.
  • Wording from sign featuring in the photograph: " Mrs. Tut | Here are the flowers that King Tut-Ankh-Amen's queen loved, as indicated by the Egyptian tomb Excavation. | They Include | Lotus | Poppy | Daisy | Delphinium | Acacia | Jasminium".
  • Verso
    • Affixed typewritten label: "PHOTO BY PICTORIAL PRESS | INTERNATIONAL FLOWER SHOW, NEW YORK, MARCH 15. | MISS EVELYN BALDWIN, CAPTAIN OF THE NEW YORK GIRL SCOUTS, SHAKES HANDS WITH MRS. KING TUT AT THE SHOW. BETWEEN THEM IS SHOWN THE NEW SWEET PEA, "KING TUT", AWARDED A CERTIFICATE OF MERIT. | 31523."
    • Ink stamped: "Please acknowledge PICTORIAL PRESS PHOTOS 145 West 41st Street, N. Y. C. | For your use only, and must not be used for Advertising Purposes without permission."
    • Ink stamped: "REFERENCE DEPT. | MAR 19 1923 | N .E. A." and annotated "A4323".

Tutankhamun - secondary material: stamps, Tutankhamun-related

A complete set of 12 Tutankhamun-related stamps, issued by Nestlé and Anglo-Swiss Condensed Milk (Export) Co. Ltd., in 1933.

  • "Tutankhamen’s Tomb"
  • Issued by Nestlé and Anglo-Swiss Condensed Milk (Export) Co. Ltd., Vevey, Switzerland.
  • Printed by F. Stannard, London, United Kingdom.
  • 12 numbered Tutankhamun stamps, artist's impressions, most based on Harry Burton's photographs:
    • No. 1. The Valley of the Kings.
    • No. 2. The Ante-Chamber.
    • No. 3. The back of the Royal Throne.
    • No. 4. Entrance to the Tomb.
    • No. 5. In the Treasure Chamber.
    • No. 6. The Royal Ship.
    • No. 7. Statue of Pharaoh on the Leopard.
    • No. 8. Golden Falcon with Sun Disc.
    • No. 9. The Golden Coffin.
    • No. 10. The Golden Mask of the Mummy.
    • No. 11. The Head of the Mummy.
    • No. 12. Plan of the Tomb.

Tutankhamun - secondary material: pendant, Tutankhamun-related jewellery

  • Tutankhamun-related jewellery.
  • Necklace pendant depicting the upper part of a guardian statue [Carter 22].
  • Opaque dark blue-coloured pressed glass, design highlighted in light green.
  • Silver tone suspension ring and chain (not original).
  • Not indicated, but almost certainly produced by the Neiger Brothers.

Tutankhamun - secondary material: brooch, Tutankhamun-related jewellery

  • Tutankhamun-related jewellery.
  • Brooch with a rectangular cabochon plaque featuring part of a scene from the lid of box 21 [Carter 21], with Tutankhamun hunting lions.
  • Silver decorated with enamel (light and dark blue, red, white and yellow) and opaque cream-coloured pressed glass with decoration highlighted in reddish-brown.
  • Hook clasp, stamped, silver hallmark "925"(?)
  • Plaque: Not indicated, but probably produced by the Neiger Brothers.
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