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Carter No.: 048k(1)

Handlist description: Compound bow covered with coloured barks

Card/Transcription No.: 048k1-4

48 (k 1) cont.

cartouches and uraei arranged as in C, & D. Bands of tiny patterns on either side as in D. I. On top a plant design. On inside a horse On outside a sam sign with a kneeling figure facing out from it on each side, with one arm bound to the stem of the sam. Colours black, dark red, green light brown & gold. J. On outside two horses facing each other with <> filling spaces above and below. On inside pattern of diamonds <> This was the centre part of the band, 1.3 in width. On either side of it narrow bands of tiny patterns, similar to those in B. Colours silver? (horses), dark red, green, light brown and gold. K. Plain light brown. L. Like J.

Card no. 048k1-4 relating to Carter no. 048k(1)
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