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Unknown (cabinetmaker), 1905, New Zealand
|Materials||cedar, brass, paper, organic material|
x 190mm (Width)
x 200mm (Depth)
|Credit line||Acquisition details unknown|
Wooden box. Made from Australian Cedar from a spar from the "Grafton" wrecked at Carnley Harbour, Auckland islands, January 3, 1864. Has a hinged lid with brass handle.
The spar was used as a stud for the house in which the castaways lived for 20 months.
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