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Carter No.: 048g

Handlist description: Pair of compound bows bound up together

Card/Transcription No.: 048g-5

48 (g2) cont.

C. Plain light D. Dark band between 5 lines on each side of light. On this in light, on either side of stick cartouches flanked with uraei, that on outside being Kheperu-neb-re, on inside Tutankhamen. Details of uraei in inlay, or paint. E. Plain light, with on outside panels of dark containing inscription in light. These panels are 18 long & begin 1 from ends of D & F respectively. Both read towards centre of bow.

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F As D G. As C H. As B I As A

Sprayed with celluloid in amyl acetate: treated with melted paraffin wax.

Card no. 048g-5 relating to Carter no. 048g
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