Coffin and Mummy Board of Pasebakhaemipet
Painted wood, 76 3/8 x 21 5/8 in. (194 x 55 cm)
From Thebes, Egypt
Third Intermediate Period, XXI Dynasty, 1070-945 B.C.E.
Brooklyn #08.480.2a-c, Charles Edwin Wilbour Fund Photo © Joan Lansberry, May 2008-2016

I didn't photograph any info on this piece, but I was able to deduce which it was by following a description at the Museum website.

The Left Side
"The decoration on this side of the coffin depicts the successful transition of the deceased to the next world. In the first scene, on the far left, the goddess of the west leads him before Anubis for the ceremony of the weighing of his heart, a ritual that forms part of his judgment. In the next scene, having passed this test (as the four Ma 'at feathers on his head affirm), he is presented to Osiris by the god Thoth. The subsequent scene, the god Shu separating heaven from earth, conveys ideas of re-creation and the triumph of Ma'at over chaos, just as does the passing of judgment itself. Finally, in the last scene, the deceased is shown making an offering to an enthroned falcon in a shrine, a solar manifestation of the god Osiris..."

Going left to right, yes, that's what appears to be happening, so I feel fairly safe in saying my photo is of Pasebakhaemipet's coffin.