This seal was sold as a Phoenician seal with pseudo inscription. Please note the scene in the bottom row, the king, his wife and his children. This scene is clearly adopted from Tell el Amarna. I have never seen this on a cylinder seal before.
These two seals probably were made by the same hand. Note the bird, which is unusual on Neo Assyrian seals. The positioning of the lions is strange. See picture with an authentic seal in Moortgat 1940.
This seal imitates the Neo Assyrian "linear style". There are several strange details on this seal. Please note the dress, the moon opening downwards, the horn and the filling elements. The arrowhead on the left side probably was a failed first attempt. See picture with an authentic seal in Moortgat 1940.
Two worshippers standing around a life tree, is a typical Neo Assyrian scene. The worshippers on this seal seem to stand around a cup with flowers - strange. Please see picture with an authentic seal in Moortgat 1940.