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Object details

Category
Equipment
Related period
Second World War (association)
Materials

Lenses: glass

Padded Frame: leather

Head Strap: elasticated synthetic fibre

Additional Fixtures: Ferrous metal

Frame: painted copper alloy

Dimensions

Including Headstrap: Depth 205 mm

whole: Depth 35 mm, Height 85 mm, Width 210 mm

Catalogue number
EQU 15154
Part of
Collection of artefacts relating to the service of William 'Billy' Strachan

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