Plaque made to commemorate the Allied victory in World War II, 1945.

Made:
1945
maker:
De La Rue Plastics

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Rectangular plaque made of cream urea formaldehyde, moulded with the figure of a naked male winged warrior, with raised
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Rectangular plaque of cream urea formaldehyde, moulded with the figure of a naked male winged warrior, with raised arms, right arm holding a sword, and about to sever the three heads of a dragon. Signed McM, with V repeated five times at base. Details picked out in brown paint. De La Rue Plastics, 1940s

Rectangular plaque made of cream urea formaldehyde, moulded with the figure of a naked male winged warrior, with raised arms, right arm holding a sword, and about to sever the three heads of a dragon. Signed McM, with V repeated five times at base. Details picked out in brown paint. De La Rue Plastics, 1940s

Details

Category:
Plastics and Modern Materials
Object Number:
1979-624/256
Materials:
hangar, metal, plaque, uf
type:
plaque
credit:
Jesse, J
status:
Permanent collection

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