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Carter No.: 256jj

Handlist description: Four gold circlets

Card/Transcription No.: 256jj

256, JJ. Four gold circlets

POSITION: Thighs; centre; (1) pubis, (2) below pubis, (3) midway to knees, (4) above knees. Group: V (i.e. JJ. 1, 2, 3, 4).

(1) Diam (inside) 8.3 cents, W.1.6 cents. (For pair and description see 256, U.)

(2) Diam. (inside) 7.9 cents., W. 1.7 cents. (For pair and description see 256, V.) Has <> marked on inner surface

(3) (4) Diam (inside) 7.8 cents; w.1.7 cents. A pair of simple gold circlets inlaid with a plain band of lapis lazuli glass (3) Marked on inner surface <>, <>, <> at equal (1/3) interval. (4) " " " " <>.

Card no. 256jj relating to Carter no. 256jj
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