The present scarab is one of the largest and finest known in hematite inscribed for Psamtik I. For two similar, but smaller examples see one from the Timins and later Carnarvon Collections and now in the Metropolitan Museum of Art (accession no. 26.7.259), pl. XXI, no. 11 in Newberry, The Timins Collection of Ancient Egyptian Scarabs and Cylinder Seals; and no. 4719 in Price, A Catalogue of the Egyptian Antiquities in the possession of F.G. Hilton Price, Vol. II (present whereabouts unknown).