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Drawer for storage box

Made
Drawer, part of storage box, wood / metal, E Esdaile, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, 1940-1950.

Narrow wooden drawer from the left hand side of the storage box. The drawer contains four circular recesses, decreasing in depth from the front to the back. The deepest recess, at the very front, contains 3 screws and a slender metal cylinder, with a point at one end. The drawer has a small metal knob handle fixed to the centre front..

Summary

Object No.

H10007-4

Object Statement

Drawer for box, for filar telescope micrometer, wood / metal, E Esdaile, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, 1940-1950, used at Sydney Observatory, New South Wales, Australia

Physical Description

Drawer, part of storage box, wood / metal, E Esdaile, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, 1940-1950.

Narrow wooden drawer from the left hand side of the storage box. The drawer contains four circular recesses, decreasing in depth from the front to the back. The deepest recess, at the very front, contains 3 screws and a slender metal cylinder, with a point at one end. The drawer has a small metal knob handle fixed to the centre front..

Dimensions

Height

78 mm

Width

54 mm

Depth

302 mm

Production

Notes

The drawer was made by E Esdaile of 24 Hunter St, Sydney New South Wales, Australia between 1940 and 1950.

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