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2011/59/1-4 Developing tank, stainless steel, made by Dallan, United Kingdom, c. 1959, used by Max Dupain, Sydney, New South Wales, 1959-1980s. Click to enlarge.

Developing tank, stainless steel

Made
Portable developing tank made of stainless steel used for developing, fixing and washing negatives on location. The tank is designed for 4x5'' film and contains negative holders. The tank has a clip-on lid and a protruding spout for inserting liquids and chemicals.

Summary

Object No.

2011/59/1-4

Object Statement

Developing tank, stainless steel, made by Dallan, United Kingdom, c. 1959, used by Max Dupain, Sydney, New South Wales, 1959-1980s

Physical Description

Portable developing tank made of stainless steel used for developing, fixing and washing negatives on location. The tank is designed for 4x5'' film and contains negative holders. The tank has a clip-on lid and a protruding spout for inserting liquids and chemicals.

Marks

Embossed on lid, 'DALLAN / DEVELOPING / TANK'.

Dimensions

Height

155 mm

Width

184 mm

Depth

139 mm

Cite this Object

Harvard

Developing tank, stainless steel 2021, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 13 June 2021, <https://ma.as/430176>

Wikipedia

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