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H10136 Hand drill, electric, Desouthers Brothers, London, England, late 1940s (OF).. Click to enlarge.

Hand drill, electric, Desouthers Brothers, London, England, late 1940s (OF).

Made
Hand drill, electric, Desouthers Brothers, London, England, late 1940s (OF).

Summary

Object No.

H10136

Object Statement

Hand drill, electric, Desouthers Brothers, London, England, late 1940s (OF).

Physical Description

Hand drill, electric, Desouthers Brothers, London, England, late 1940s (OF).

Source

Credit Line

Gift of R Zammit, 1984

Acquisition Date

18 January 1984

Cite this Object

Harvard

Hand drill, electric, Desouthers Brothers, London, England, late 1940s (OF). 2020, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 26 September 2020, <https://ma.as/231009>

Wikipedia

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