Egyptian King Tut Boy King Wearing Lower Egypt Crown Statue 9.25HPN# T72960
The boy pharaoh of Egypt, King Tutankhamun, is here depicted wearing the crown of Lower Egypt. Statues of King Tut wearing the crowns of Upper and Lower Egypt like this one were found in his Egyptian tomb. Tut stands in a traditional stance with stiff legs and one foot in front of the other. He holds the symbols of rulership.
- Statue replica is made from resin with gold and color details. (PN T72960)
- Measures: 9.25 in H x 2.25 in W x 2.75 in L. Weighs approx. 1.1 lb.
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