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Carter No.: 620(51)

Handlist description: Dog (bronze)

Card/Transcription No.: 620(51)

620-51 DOG (BRONZE)

51 - A small bronze dog finely chased. Represented seated on hind-quarters; head turned to left over back, drooping ears, mouth open (panting), ribs marked, hair on points and dorsal-line marked; tail fairly long and coiled round right side of hind-quarters.

Max. L. 1.4; Max. H. 1.7, cents.

Card no. 620(51) relating to Carter no. 620(51)
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