With curved top, faintly inscribed with a large lotus head at the left with a cartouche for Amenhotep above, on the right the head of a king wearing the Blue Crown, carrying a combined crook and flail, another cartouche above for 'god's wife Ahmes-nefertari' (Amenhotep I), mounted, ink inscribed on the side with the number '11.2019', an old label attached ink inscribed, 'Sandstone ......', Egypt Exploration Fund. Inv. No. ..- 201'
Condition: General surface wear and some pitting to the surface of the stone. There is an area of chipping on lower left hand side of the relief.
Caspar Fleming (1952 - 1975) Collection, the son of the writer Ian Fleming Reputed to have been at the Ashmolean Museum in 1967 Hugh Stanley Russell (1924 - 2000) Collection, Malvern, formed between the 1950s and 1970s (Written on the side edge of the piece the number 11.2019 and an old label stating Egypt Exploration Fund.)