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|Description||Calendar for the single year of 1748. The calendar is made from a disc of bronze, which has tarnished. On one side of the calendar is a table with the months in three letter abbreviations and a table with the numbers for the number of days. Around the edge of the table are inscriptions with term dates. The other side has a table relating to phases of the moon for each month. Around the table are term dates and public holidays.|
|Credit||National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London, Caird Collection|
|Measurements||Overall: 1 x 40 mm|
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