This category includes objects that have two loops used to collect the reins of an animal.
This object is a piece of metal with a loop used to collect the reins of an animal, usually equine, to guide them to the driver. It usually has two circular pieces of metal attached to a straight pole. Sometimes there is a figurine on top of the pole.
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|Object||U Number||Museum Number (UPM Date Reg Number)||Museum Number (BM Registration Number)||Museum Number (UPM B-number)||Description (Catalog Card)|
|10362||(none)||1928,1010.354||(none)||Copper Rein Piece Originally this must have been attached to the ends of an animals halter. Shaped like a double circular pulley. Covex at either end [drawing]|
|10439||(none)||1928,1010.122||(none)||Rein-ring from the pole of the chariot of silver on the top an electrum mascot in form of a donkey, amazingly good work [drawing]|
|10551||(none)||(none)||(none)||Rein-ring Silver surmounted by a figure of a bull in the round. [drawing]|
|9324||(none)||(none)||B17551||Copper rein-ring From the pole of a chariot: cf.the representation on the limestone relief U.8557 [drawing]|
|9360||(none)||(none)||B17388||Copper pulley? 4 copper wheels on a single hub - the outside face of each outer wheel is convex.|
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