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Carter No.: 256vv

Handlist description: Group of finger rings

Card/Transcription No.: 256vv-4

256, VV 4

(5) <> 3.3 2.35 Scarab of a hard pale green stone of the nature of quartz mounted in gold funda, the prenomen and nomen of the King on bezel (engraved). the loop of massive gold papyrus flower and two buds bound with gold wire

(6) A small double finger-ring bearing upon bezels the prenomen and nomen of the King, very roughly made of thin sheet gold soldered to look like a solid ring. From certain traces upon it, it was covered with the bright crimson, i.e. red gold, possibly a reason of its flimsiness. (See photo)

Card no. 256vv-4 relating to Carter no. 256vv
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