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Carter No.: 261e(1)

Handlist description: Some pieces of rag and fragments of gold, carnelian, and glass

Card/Transcription No.: 261e


(1) Some pieces of old rag, and a fragment of jewellery.

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(See note A.L.) Material of piece of jewellery: 1 Gold, quality good. 2 Silver nil 3 Natural stones - carnelian, 4 Glass - blue light and dark.

(2) A blue faience foreleg of an animal of bovine family, wrapped in linen. L.12; cents. See 261, F. (2)

(3) ditto. See 261, F. (2).

Card no. 261e relating to Carter no. 261e(1)
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