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Item ID# b993.100.007
Object Name Fragment, Marine
Object Name 2 Unknown Object
Description Object is made of brass and has two large circular holes on the side of a rounded base. The openings have hexagons on the outside border. The main shape has a circular base which rotates. There is a stamp in the centre that is a triangle shape with "P&C CO" in the centre. Below the stamp there is "R" and "R'. The top valve area has a small tube connected to the main body with a loop at the top.
Provenance Remnant was recovered from the wreck of the A.V. Crawford which was wrecked near the mouth of the Saugeen River in September 1928.
Dimensions H-8 W-12.5 L-30 cm
Lexicon category 10: Unclassifiable Artifacts
Search Terms / Places Shipwrecks
Businesses, Organizations, Ships, Sites A.V. Crawford