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Kings County Museum

Plate, Printing


Accession number: 2019.011.001
Date: 1920 – 1938
Materials: Brass; Dirt
Measurements: 20.7 cm W x 18.9 cm H x 0.7 cm Thick
Marks/Label: "BLUENOSE SKIS" etched at top.
Culture: Canadian
Description: A heavy brass plate with a mirror image of a skier in an athletic pose wearing a toque, scarf and mittens.  "BLLUENOSE SKIS" is etched above a circle with skier inside.  There are six screw holes near outside edge with three on each of the left and right side.
History of Use: Brass printing plate used to produce written advertising material on a printing press.