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85/1499 Pit saw, steel blade, wooden handle, used at Sydney Observatory workshop, maker unknown, 1950-1960. Click to enlarge.

Pit saw, steel blade, wooden handle, used at Sydney Observatory workshop, maker unknown, 1950-1960

Made 1950-1960

Pit saw, steel blade, wooden handle, used at Sydney Observatory workshop, maker unknown, 1950-1960

Summary

Object No.

85/1499

Object Statement

Pit saw, steel blade, wooden handle, used at Sydney Observatory workshop, maker unknown, 1950-1960

Physical Description

Pit saw, steel blade, wooden handle, used at Sydney Observatory workshop, maker unknown, 1950-1960

Dimensions

Height

300 mm

Width

1150 mm

Depth

20 mm

Production

Made

1950-1960

Source

Credit Line

Source unknown

Acquisition Date

8 August 1985

Cite this Object

Harvard

Pit saw, steel blade, wooden handle, used at Sydney Observatory workshop, maker unknown, 1950-1960 2018, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 16 June 2019, <https://ma.as/33196>

Wikipedia

{{cite web |url=https://ma.as/33196 |title=Pit saw, steel blade, wooden handle, used at Sydney Observatory workshop, maker unknown, 1950-1960 |author=Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences |access-date=16 June 2019 |publisher=Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, Australia}}

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