Scene with Ramesses II, fanbearers, soldiers, and captives on the Inner face of the First Pylon of the Ramesseum, on the West Bank of Thebes (TopBib ii2.433(4)): -pencil drawing on airmail paper -loose -27.6 x 43 cm
'Egypt in Tears'. Encircled design of kneeling woman holding a flower in front of Pyramid complex at Giza, and studies of hands, flower, column and legs: -pencil sketches, pencil and brown watercolour drawing (woman) and inked sketch (hands) on paper -loose -18.4 x 22.6 cm -[on sketches] 'Au' (pencil note) -[on verso] 'EGYPT IN TEARS' (pencil note)
Plans with measurements and inscriptions of tiled rooms I and II of step pyramid enclosure of Netjerikhet at Saqqara (TopBib iii2.400): -pencil sketch on paper -loose -17.1 x 11.3 cm -[on sketch] 'height of room A 7„4 / doors 5 feet' (pencil note) -[on sketch] '4 repetitions' (pencil note) -[on sketch] 'hieroglyphs over door 22' (pencil note) -[on sketch] 'passages blocked up all dismantled masonry stones / masonry destroyed / cavern' (pencil note) -[on sketch] '3.8 wide / masonry / masonry' (pencil note)
Upper: section of the stone courses of the Mastabet Faraun at Saqqara (TopBib iii2.434): -pencil sketch on paper -loose -11.4 x 8.5 cm -[on sketch] 'Mustaba Farahoon' (pencil note) -[on sketch] '6 2 / 6.2 / stones piled up' (pencil note)
Lower: view of the Mastabet Faraun at Saqqara (TopBib iii2.434): -pencil sketch on paper -11.3 x 8.5 cm
Small portfolio or file entitled 'Pyramids of Sakkara Lisht etc.'. Blue ink note at top right corner: '1' encircled in pencil (reference to previous arrangement, almost certainly introduced by Dr Moss).
Portfolio entitled 'Sphinx, Great Pyramid, Memphis etc' Original ink title: 'Sphinx, Great Pyramid, / Sesostris heads, Memnons.' Pencil additions: 'Memphis etc' after 'Great Pyramid,' and lines crossing out 'Sesostris heads, Memnons' Red pencil note at top right corner: encircled 'B' (reference to previous arrangement, almost certainly introduced by Dr Moss).
1) Bonomi drawings and paintings: 52 handmade ‘portfolios’ containing pencil and pastel drawings, watercolours, tracings and commercial prints, almost certainly arranged by Bonomi, some later rearrangement was done by Bonomi's descendants [Bonomi MSS 1-52]. 2) Typescript of diary: carbon-copy(?) typescript of extracts from Joseph Bonomi’s diary, entries for periods in Egypt dating between 25th March 1829 to 26th May 1834 [Bonomi MSS 53].