Pottery mould decorated with an image of a female headed snake goddess wearing a crown. Marked in pencil CR. Previously stuck to a piece of card inscribed “ANCIENT EGYPTIAN. VERY RARE MOULD IN TERRACOTTA. B.C. 700. HUMAN-HEADED COBRA (crowned) representing the Godess [sic] ISIS. EXCAVATED at NAGADA. CROWNED HUMAN-HEADED COBRA (ISIS)". But could this be from Abydos Osiris temenos 1902 excavations? CONDITION NOTE 1998: Incomplete, chipped, pitted, discoloured, surface dirt, paper adhered to base.