Toy tools used in experiments on the gender behaviour of children

Made:
1990-2000 in China
maker:
Unknown

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Selection of plastic toy tools, fixings and carpentry demonstration pieces, used in experiments on the gender behaviour of children, unsigned, made in China, 1990-2000. Consisting of: (1) four nuts and bolts; (2) one combined ring and open-ended spanner; (3) one pair of 'Multigrips Pliers' ; (4) one 'Adjustable Wrench' (spanner); (5) one 'Pipe Wrench' (Stillsons) wrench; (6) one 'T-Driver' (T-bar) and extension piece; (7) one screwdriver with detachable cross-head (pozidrive) and flat bit pieces; (8) one 'Snapcutter' knife; (9) one claw-hammer; (10) one 'Sack Saw' (hacksaw); (11) one 'Wood Plane' (smoothing plane); (12) one 'Variable Calliper' (dial measuring calliper); (13) one 'Lever' (spirit-level); (14) one 'Solid Square' (set square); (15) two dowl jigs; (16) one carrying bucket.

Details

Category:
Psychology, Psychiatry & Anthropometry
Object Number:
2000-405
Materials:
plastic (unidentified), steel (metal)
type:
toys
taxonomy:
  • furnishing and equipment
credit:
City University
status:
Permanent collection

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