Does Pennsylvania allow a tangible personal property memorandum?

Pennsylvania appears to allow a tangible personal property memorandum by incorporation by reference. Specifically, Estate of Pew, 440 Pennsylvania Superior Ct. 195 (1994) states:

An extrinsic writing may be incorporated into a will or codicil by reference, provided it is clearly identified in that document and is in existence at the time the will was written.

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