Approximately, 70 – 120 million years ago, a Therizinosaurus laid eggs in hopes of wonderful baby dinosaurs. Little did she know, possibly a natural disaster would take her eggs away at that time and be presented this August at Antiquities & Ethnographic Art Auction. This rare sedimented Therizinosaurus egg cluster, clutched as fossils manages to become the center of attention with the highest estimated value of $35,000.
The auction by Artemis Gallery might even make one believe in time travel as it features items such as ancient Anatolian bronze chariot being pulled by solid cast oxen from the 2nd millennium BCE. Not only that, auction enthusiasts will also have opportunities to bid for items like a large Egyptian late dynastic bronze standing Osiris and a signed peter max drawing on serendipity menu from 1971. For more information on such inspiring items, visit Bidsquare.
# of Lots:387
Price Range:$250 - $35,000
Interesting lots include:
|Item Image||Item Name||Estimate|
|Signed Peter Max Drawing on Serendipity Menu - 1971|| Estimate: |
|Late Roman / Early Christian Mosaic w/ Knot & Flower|| Estimate: |
|Large Egyptian Late Dynastic Bronze Standing Osiris|| Estimate: |
|Ancient Anatolian Bronze Chariot and Bulls|| Estimate: |
|Therizinosaurus Egg Clutch, 70 to 120 Million Years Old|| Estimate: |