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Carter No.: 256l

Handlist description: Girdle of sheet gold

Card/Transcription No.: 256l-1

256, L. Girdle of sheet gold
(see No. 256, EEE)
(see " 256 EE.)

POSITION: Abdomen; round upper part of hips, i.e. waist.

DIMENSIONS: L. 80 cents; Max. W. 3.0 cents; Min. W.1.6 cents.

DESCRIPTION: A narrow girdle of sheet gold, decoration chased upon front surface, having fastenings in front; and at back fastenings for the royal tail (256, EEE).

For details see note attached.

Card no. 256l-1 relating to Carter no. 256l
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