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Dip circle made by Dover-Charlton

1987.0010.0021

Dip circle made by Dover-Charlton

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A wooden box containing a dip circle. The box has hammer latches and a leather strap with a metal buckle running around the outside of the box. One face is missing. Two labels are tied to the metal buckle. One of the labels reads "SERVICEABLE / ITEM: CREAK DIP CIRCLE / Date: 15/4/65". The Lloyd-Creak pattern dip circle made by Dover-Charlton-Kent, Serial No 149 contained within the box has brass fittings. There are three black metal boxes accompanying the dip circle and these are secured to the inside of the door. There is a trunk style box with wooden sides and an ornate metal frame and cornices. The trunk has a leather handle and evenly distributed metal studs on each surface. A sticker adhered to the lid reads "M404673".

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