http://royalathena.com/. For a very long time, they were certainly the best-known antiquities dealer in New York City, and I bought a number of artifacts there beginning in the early 1980s. Including one of my Attic black-figure lekythoi in 1985 (see these two photos): And quite a few of my ancient Egyptian objects, such as this reclining faience lion: They were generally quite expensive (the rent was high, I'm sure, for their store on East 57th Street!), but I suppose they were able to charge a premium for the assurance of authenticity that their expertise provided. I also enjoyed their many publications, such as this exhibition catalog in which my lion was published. Here are the cover page and an interior page on which the lion is on the far right in the top row: I was told by another dealer more than a year ago that the store was likely to close in the not-too-distant future because, among other things, nobody in Mr. Eisenberg's family was interested in taking over the business. Some of the store's large remaining inventory will be liquidated through Hixenbaugh Ancient Art, yet another dealer from whom I've made purchases over the years. I was sad to learn this, but I suppose it was inevitable. Please post a coin or other object you bought from a now-defunct dealer whom you were sad to see close down, and/or whom you miss.