Reverse: - the King at leisure in his chariot returns from the
chase, preceded by two attendants carrying his quarry the two
ostriches he has just shot. In the field above this scene
reads the following inscriptions - (see note attached).
It is to be noted that the King has under his two arms a bunch
of wing feathers which do not occur in the preceding scene -
(on the obverse).
The handle terminates with the usual papyrus top with calices
engraved upon it. The stock - quite plain save a long text
down the obverse side which reads: (see note attached).
On the end of the handle is a kind of knob of the conventional
papyrus type. The whole is an exquisite piece of work.
With this fan a mass of debris of insect-eaten ostrich
feathers were found (see photo). It has been cleaned with warm
water and ammonia - the sheet gold where loose glued with