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Title Eyeshields, Anti-Gas, Mk II
Collection Museum of Design in Plastics: Arts University Bournemouth
Date 1941
Description A pack of three anti gas eye shields for use in the event of a World War 2 'Air Spray' during the 1940s. The shields are made of cellulose acetate sheet with elastic ties and cushioned nose strip. They are wrapped in grease proof paper and contained within a cardboard pack printed with instruction on how to use them.
Accession Number AIBDC : 005049
Dimensions length 210mm, width 120mm
Materials plastic, CA, cellulose acetate, card, paper
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Method cut
Object Type eye protection




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