Art Deco wedge-shaped stamp wetter, 1948.

Made:
1948 in England

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Wedge-shaped stamp wetter of imitation amber cast phenolic, square hollow in the middle, stepped curves decorate the
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Wedge-shaped stamp wetter of imitation amber catalin, square hollow in the middle, stepped curves decorate the sides, semi-circular in section, designed by Charles Boyton of Carvacraft for John Dickinson and Co. Ltd., English, 1948

Wedge-shaped stamp wetter of imitation amber cast phenolic, square hollow in the middle, stepped curves decorate the sides, semi-circular in section. Designed by Charles Boyton of Carvacraft for John Dickinson and Co. Ltd., English, 1948

Details

Category:
Plastics and Modern Materials
Object Number:
1979-624/131
type:
stamp wetter
credit:
Jesse, J
status:
Permanent collection

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