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Surgical Silk Thread, by S. Maw & Son, London, World War I

Inventory Number: 93203
Object Type:
Place Created: London England United Kingdom Europe
Brief Description: Paper envelope containing twelve glass sealed ampoules sterile surgical silk in cylindrical tin marked "SILK/ STERILE/ TUBES/12", and two wooden reels with thick twisted threads of silk (?).
Primary Inscriptions: .1: 'A.C. Hyde Parker, Esq/ 2, Tesdale House/ Marcham Road/ ABINGDON/ Berks', 'ABINGDON 5-45/ 12 DEC/ 1963', 'WD Surplus aft GT War/ Petty[?] France', 'Surgical Supplies 1st World War', 'Prague/Prague/Prague/Prague'; .2: '3'; .4: 'SILK/ STERILE/ TUBES/ 12'; .5: 'Sterilized Silk./S. Maw, Son & Sons, London.'
Provenance: Presented by A.C. Hyde Parker.
Collection Group:
Material(s): Paper
Ink
Wood
Silk
Cotton
paint
metal
Glass
Liquid
Dimensions:
Height Width Depth Diameter Unit
235 94 34 mm

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