New York

 

Albany:

Albany Institute of History & Art

 

Brooklyn:

The Brooklyn Museum of Art

 

Buffalo:

Buffalo Museum of Science

 

Albright-Knox Art Gallery

 

The Buffalo and Erie County Historical Society

 

Cazenovia:

Cazenovia Library

  Egyptian artefacts can be found in the so called "Mummy Room", it houses an actual Egyptian mummy still in its wrapping and its original wooden sarcophagus, along with gilded mummy masks, mummy chest plates, scarabs, ushabtis and other Egyptian material, and ancient material from other areas.

Corning:

Corning Museum of Glass

 

Huntington:

Heckscher Museum of Art

  Egyptian artefacts can be found in the so called "Mummy Room", it houses an actual Egyptian mummy still in its wrapping and its original wooden sarcophagus, along with gilded mummy masks, mummy chest plates, scarabs, ushabtis and other Egyptian material, and ancient material from other areas.

Ithaca:

Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art

 

New York:

The Metropolitan Museum of Art

36.000

American Museum of Natural History

132 All objects are not labeled and are displayed in a thematic order ( daily life, religion and funerary belief).Egyptian objects include : 13 ushabty figures of various periods, a wooden mask from an anthropoid coffin, a winged scarab on a beads necklace, pottery bowls and vessels, 3 animal mummies, weapons, tools, a large scarab with cartouches of Ramesses II, 11 solid cast bronze figures of deities, a "nehaha" (flail) sceptre, cosmetic containers, stone and faience jewelry, a mirror, a scribal ink container, one "paddle" doll, 2 fragmented reliefs with inscriptions, a Middle Kingdom "soul's house" , a mudbrick with partially legible stamped cartouches of a Ramesside king, a New Kingdom large ostrakon with a royal profile outlined in red ink, a funerary cone. Nubian objects include : 2 stone tools, 3 necklaces of faience beads, 7 pottery vessels, a stone "Ba" figure and a head from a similar sculpture, an offering table and three royal ushabty figures.

Colombia University

 

(Cooper-Hewitt) National Design Museum

 

Institute of Fine Arts (New York University)

 

The Morgan Library & Museum

 

Godwin-Ternbach Museum

 

New York Academy of Medicine (Rare Book Room)

1 on display?

Contains the Edwin Smith papyrus, the oldest known medical treatise.

Purchase:

Neuberger Museum of Art

 

Rochester:

Memorial Art Gallery

 

Staten Island:

Staten Island Museum

? on display Contains at least a wooden statuette of a man, a canopic jar lid and a fragmentary bronze Apis bull statuette.

 

Personal Collections:

Collection J.A. Josephson, New York

 

 

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