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Carter No.: 256mm

Handlist description: Gold wire bangle

Card/Transcription No.: 256mm

256, MM. Gold wire bangle

POSITION: Shins: around right ankle.

Dimensions: Max. diam. 7 cents.

DESCRIPTION: A wire bangle: the thin end of the wire passed through small eyelet on the end of the thick end, and twisted round a few times. On the loop are two small rings. The use or significance of this object is unknown.

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Card no. 256mm relating to Carter no. 256mm
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