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2001/84/267-2 Fuel Cylinder Max 133 from Olympic torch used by Cathy Freeman, opening ceremony, Sydney 2000 Olympic Games, metal / plastic, designed by Blue Sky Design, Sydney, c. 1998, manufactured by G.A. & L. Harrington, c. 2000. Click to enlarge.

Fuel Cylinder from Sydney 2000 Olympic Games torch used by Cathy Freeman

Made
  • c 1998
Fuel Cylinder Max 133 from Olympic torch used by Cathy Freeman, opening ceremony, Sydney 2000 Olympic Games, metal / plastic, designed by Blue Sky Design, Sydney, c. 1998, manufactured by G.A. & L. Harrington, c. 2000

A fuel cylinder consisting of a cylindrical metal flask, with a white plastic nozzle. On the back of the cylinder manufacturing details are given along with warnings on how to use the cylinder.

Summary

Object No.

2001/84/267-2

Object Statement

Fuel Cylinder Max 133 from Olympic torch used by Cathy Freeman, opening ceremony, Sydney 2000 Olympic Games, metal / plastic, designed by Blue Sky Design, Sydney, c. 1998, manufactured by G.A. & L. Harrington, c. 2000

Physical Description

Fuel Cylinder Max 133 from Olympic torch used by Cathy Freeman, opening ceremony, Sydney 2000 Olympic Games, metal / plastic, designed by Blue Sky Design, Sydney, c. 1998, manufactured by G.A. & L. Harrington, c. 2000

A fuel cylinder consisting of a cylindrical metal flask, with a white plastic nozzle. On the back of the cylinder manufacturing details are given along with warnings on how to use the cylinder.

Marks

Black text on the front of the cylinder reads 'Olympic / Torch / Fuel / Cylinder'.

Dimensions

Height

240 mm

Production

Made

  • c 1998

Cite this Object

Harvard

Fuel Cylinder from Sydney 2000 Olympic Games torch used by Cathy Freeman 2022, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 31 January 2023, <https://ma.as/10769>

Wikipedia

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