Object details

Related period
Second World War (association), 1945-1989 (association)
GEC, England

whole: metal


1: 200

3: 210

4: 210

5: 210

6: 210

7: 210

2: 220

8: 260

whole: Weight 12 kg, Weight 13 kg, Weight 18 kg, Weight 19 kg, Weight 20 kg, Weight 22 kg, 140, 320, 330, 440, 500

Catalogue number
COM 1000

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