These 6 objects were first spotted on Bonhams and Christie’s auction house web site.
The Egyptian embassy in London is due to receive the antiquities next week and repatriate them to Egypt.
The objects are; a part of a red granite inscriptions measures 22.8cm x 14.8cm depicting a southern captive which was a part of a statue base of Amenhotep III that was discovered by the German mission working in Kom El Hitan in Luxor, Coloured limestone Cobra’s head with sun disk between bull horns and behind it lotus flower. It measures of 12cm height and dated back to New Kingdom, a 6.7cm bust of Middle Kingdom shows a man with long wig, limestone statue head of a woman wearing a short wig dated back to New Kingdom and measures approx. 9cm, a part of a limestone relief measures 18.4cm x 14.6cm shows a person standing with his hand on his chest. It is dated to New Kingdom and another limestone relief of 17cm x 9.8cm shows a person wearing a long wig with traces of red and yellow colours. It is also dated back to New Kingdom.