> The Ptahshepses' one at the Cairo Museum (EA87077 looks like
> another greywacke "basalt"/"schist" one) has a cornice lid and
> patterned "zig-zag" edge on the sarcophagus (fig 338 in Ikram &
> Dodson (1998)). Ikram & Dodson (1998) says there are at least 3
> of this cornice lid sub-type (Sf(p)) from the OK including
I have already posted a picture of an OK sarcophagi with similar yet notably different border pattern in both style and placement as well as a corniced lid (Meresankh III) that is also much different.
> Ikram, S. & Dodson, A. (1998) The mummy in ancient Egypt
> equipping the dead for eternity. Thames and Hudson, London ,
> 352 p.
Do you actually have this book or are you copy and pasting the reference from another? If you have it maybe you can take a photograph of figure 338 and post it here.