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Object Details

Category
Equipment
Related period
Second World War (association)
Materials

Back Panel: wood

Clock Frame: wood

Clock Door: glass

Clock Door: brass

Key: brass

Clock Face: painted metal

Clock Hands: painted metal

Dimensions

Key: Depth 35 mm, Height 10 mm, Length 32 mm

Clock Face: Diameter 403 mm

Mechanism Box: Depth 440 mm

Clock & Surround: Height 115 mm

Clock Surround: Length 440 mm

Catalogue number
EPH 2953

Object associations

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