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Carter No.: 267b

Handlist description: Counterpoise (clasp) ornament from (?) pectoral

Card/Transcription No.: 267b-2

267, B. 


(1) Gold Quality fair, much tarnished (2) Silver For lunar disc. This was covered with a black deposit of sulphide of silver. (3) Natural stones: Lapis lazuli Calcite (4) Glass Red, blue, green.

Remains of thread on fasteners at back.

TREATMENT: Cleaned with warm water, and potassium cyanide.

A. L.

Card no. 267b-2 relating to Carter no. 267b
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