Inscribed around the feet with the standard offering formula 'An offering given by the king to Osiris, the lord of Busiris, Khentyamentet the great god, the Lord of Abydos, that he may give an invocation offering of bread, beer, oxen, birds, alabaster, clothing, and every good and pure thing upon which a god lives, for the ka of the revered Khamhor, True of Voice'.
Khamnhor wears a wig, false beard, and an elaborate broad collar, typical of coffins from this period. Rare however is the representation of the body wrapped in pleated white linen. A few other examples, without the raised details of the pleats, have been found in the area of Heracleopolis Magna. For another similar example now in the collection of the Gemer-Malohont Museum in Rimavská Sobota, Slovakia, cf. inv. no. 623/63.