What: “A manuscript charm, on a vellum strip, in the Coptic character, and with rude illustrations of saints, &c.”
One of 21 artefacts from the Abyssinian expedition put on show at the National Exhibition of Works of Art in Leeds in 1868
According to the exhibition’s catalogue, it was lent by Private T. Goodwin , 3rd Dragoons, from Leeds. There are no details on what happened to it after the show closed in October that year.
National Exhibition of Works of Art, at Leeds, 1868 : official catalogue
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