MS: Actually this material predated standard hieroglyphic fonts — but regardless, Creighton is mistaking Birch’s transcription of the inscriptions in the “Tomb of Trades” for a photorealistic record.
SC: Once again, you completely fail to understand the point. Drawings of the Khufu cartouches with hatched discs from the Tomb of the Trades were first sent to Vyse by Perring on 2nd June. Vyse decides, on the 16th, he has to see them for himself. He sees them, marks the key difference in his journal i.e. the hatched disc and with this information he then updates the disc in the chamber and on Hill's facsimile. All just in time for the material to be sent to London days later.
MS: He is still writing fantasies around the evidence.
SC: The evidence speaks for itself and speaks much louder than you or, indeed, me.