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|Description||The winding key for H4. In brass, with a slender ivory handle, it is almost certainly of 20th century date, made in imitation of K1’s key, after H4’s key was lost with its original mahogany box, sometime between 1925 and 1965.|
|Artist/Maker||M.O.D. Chronometer Workshops
|Credit||National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London, Ministry of Defence Art Collection|
|Materials||brass; ivory; steel|
|Measurements||Overall: 60 x 37 x 13 mm|
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