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Two copper casings for thermomteres
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Object statement
Copper casings for thermometer, two, copper and metal, maker and date unknown, used for Tooth and Co., Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
These copper casings were used by Tooth and Co., Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

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Description
Copper casings for thermometer, two, copper and metal, maker and date unknown, used for Tooth and Co., Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

Two copper casings for thermometer, copper and metal, which consists of a half cylindrical shaped length of brass with a closed end and an open end with a ring shaped piece of metal attached.
Used: Tooth & Co Limited; Sydney, New South Wales; 1986
Marks
See part records
86/4433

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Acquisition credit line
Gift of Tooth & Company Ltd under the Australian Government's Tax Incentives for the Arts Scheme, 1986.
This object belongs to:
Tooth & Co. Collection Collection

This object record is currently incomplete. The information available may date back as far as 125 years. Other information may exist in a non-digital form. The Museum continues to update and add new research to collection records.
Subjects
+ Brewing
+ Brewing equipment
+ Brewing tools
+ Measuring instruments
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