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Carter No.: 043

Handlist description: Ornamental box of ivory, ebony, and red wood

Card/Transcription No.: 043-4

43 (cont)

3. Description Inside of rim at end away from knob grooved <> to take lid, .7 down.

4. Contents Loosely packed with rolls of cloth, tossed carelessly in. Finger of a glove projecting over the rim (see phot.). On bottom under these a faience ring, 2 or 3 beads, chip of limestone etc, shewing that contents had been collected hastily from the floor of the chamber. For individual objects see separate cards.

Treatment. Removed loose dust with small brush. Sponged with damp sponge.

Card no. 043-4 relating to Carter no. 043
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