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Carter No.: 044w

Handlist description: Decorated robe

Card/Transcription No.: 044w-6

44 (w) cont. 6 51

have vanished, and spaced sufficiently widely to fill space would look curious. May possibly have had some kind of central ornamentation in gold which has been stolen.

There was also one more gold cartouche plaque, of same size as those of side border, but without threading rings. Instead there were two threading holes on the upper edge, and one on the bottom edge.

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