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Carter No.: 267

Handlist description: Casket of ivory and ebony

Card/Transcription No.: 267-5


August. 25. 1927.

19, Collingham Gardens, S.W.5.

Dear Gardiner, One more (?). Could the following docket: - (on Casket 267) "<>, "Jewels (?) of gold of the procession made in the bed-chamber of Neb-kheperu-Rec." - be read as "Jewels of gold for the procession made to the bed-chamber (i.e., burial chamber) of Neb-kheperu-Rec"?

I am off to Luxor on the 8th Sept. to endeavour to get that fourth chamber (the annexe) cleaned this month.

Yours sincerely,

Howard Carter

Card no. 267-5 relating to Carter no. 267
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