Scythe stones [17881] and stones for sharpening the blades of reaping machine [17882], moulded made of a composition (? powdered sandstone bound with Keen’s cement); Yorkshire, England (SB). Sharpening stones (LC).

Scythe stones [17881] and stones for sharpening the blades of reaping machine [17882], moulded made of a composition (? powdered sandstone bound with Keen’s cement); Yorkshire, England (SB). Sharpening stones (LC).

Summary

Object No.

17882

Physical Description

Scythe stones [17881] and stones for sharpening the blades of reaping machine [17882], moulded made of a composition (? powdered sandstone bound with Keen's cement); Yorkshire, England (SB). Sharpening stones (LC).

Source

Credit Line

Gift of Mr John Fagan, 1888

Acquisition Date

2 February, 1888

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Scythe stones [17881] and stones for sharpening the blades of reaping machine [17882], moulded made of a composition (? powdered sandstone bound with Keen's cement); Yorkshire, England (SB). Sharpening stones (LC). 2016, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 23 January 2018, <https://ma.as/6652>

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