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Carter No.: 044q

Handlist description: Leopard-skin robe

Card/Transcription No.: 044q-3

44 (q) cont. 37

(5) <> (6) <> These of a dull silver alloyed gold.

Position of (3) (4) &(5) doubtful. Evidence for position of others was -

<> (6) (2) (1) (2) (1) 4.5 4.5

<> (6) (2) (2) 4

<> (6) (1) (1) (2) 4.5

? originally scarlet gold was light yellow, and alloyed gold real silver colour. One of no. (1) was found in Box 40.

Treated a few small pieces of skin with melted paraffin wax.: Head washed with damp sponge: refastened in loose inlay with celluloid cement.

Card no. 044q-3 relating to Carter no. 044q
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