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Carter No.: 044a

Handlist description: Four pieces of open-work plate gold, with designs in granules

Card/Transcription No.: 044a-6

44 (a) Cont. 12

(4) Half a panel of same size, but design quite different. Design in openwork. At top King in form of lion, crowned with disk & two uraei: above at back vulture with outstretched wings: in front crowned uraeus. Below, separated by bars, cartouches (Tutankhamen and Kheperu-neb-re) with <> signs below them. Below this broken away.

Colour of gold scarlet throughout.

Card no. 044a-6 relating to Carter no. 044a
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