King Tut

While I prefer archaeology stamps related to their country of origin, this Commemorative cover is really neat as it is, in essence, an advert for the British Museum's exhibit, 'Treasures of Tutankhamun'. The stamp was 1 of 3 'General Anniversaries' released in 1972. At that time, 3p was the 1st class inland rate. In this case, it was the 50th anniversary of the discovery of King Tut's tomb by Howard Carter. The cachet of the gold coated wood fan shows Tut hunting. Originally, ostrich feathers adorned the fan rim. 
Reportedly the most popular exhibit at the British Museum, this slogan cancel advertises the  'Treasures of Tutankhamen' which ran for 9 months in 1972. I wonder how many people were enticed by this slogan to attend? 
Thank you Ken Draper! Last Day cover produced for the final day of the show. 
The bottom right 2002 definitive of Tutankhamun hunting on a papyrus skiff, is-I think, the same figurine on the above GB stamp.
Thank you Duff! Exhibition postcard entitled, 'Tutankhamun, The Harpooner'.
King Tutankhamen's funerary mask on stamp and painted on papyrus. Cachet cover from an edition of 50. The stamp is part of a large format definitive 2v from 1993. 
The funerary mask again, on Archaeology Booklet No.2 from 1992. *Not in collection.