Mould and moulded rubber plaque

Made:
1851 in England
Steel plaque mould made by Charles Macintosh and Co. for the Great Exhibition, dated May 1st, 1851. Moulded with the Rubber plaque, made by Charles Macintosh and Co. for the Great Exhibition, dated May 1st, 1851. Moulded with the

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Steel plaque mould made by Charles Macintosh and Co. for the Great Exhibition, dated May 1st, 1851. Moulded with the
Science Museum Group Collection
© The Board of Trustees of the Science Museum

Rubber plaque, made by Charles Macintosh and Co. for the Great Exhibition, dated May 1st, 1851. Moulded with the
Science Museum Group Collection
© The Board of Trustees of the Science Museum

Steel plaque mould and rubber positive, made by Charles Macintosh and Co. for the Great Exhibition, dated May 1st, 1851. Moulded with the profiles of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert.

Steel plaque mould and rubber positive, made by Charles Macintosh and Co. for the Great Exhibition, dated May 1st, 1851

Details

Category:
Plastics and Modern Materials
Object Number:
1988-662
type:
rubber plaque
credit:
BTR Industries Limited