The Jt-nfr-Jmnís coffin, known from the J.-Fr. A. Perrotís publications, is conserved at The Aquitaine Museum in Bordeaux (Mesuret-8590). Its decoration is similar to the Taywheretís coffin and secondarily to the Masahartaís one, found both in the first cache of Deir el Bahri. The horizontal organization of interior decor and the friezes on the outside and inside edges of the case recall the coffins of Sutymes, Seramon and Masaharta. These details appear specifically on the coffins of the early 21st dynasty of which the Jt-nfr-Jmnís coffin is a remarkable specimen. A burial about 1070-1060 BC is proposed.