Title

Metal Disks

Creator

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Source

Anderson Collection

Maxey Catalog Number

WHIT-AN-0041

Description

Two souvenir metal disks. These disks appear to be brass. One depicts an octopus with another depicts a clam. On the back of the metal plate with the clam is written "eelectrolyte...mycenea in Athens." These disks are irregularly shaped. The one with the octopus seems to have had a nail home poked above its head. The one with the octupus in 2" 1/4 inches wide while the one with the clam is 2.5" wide. 20th Century.

Type

Physical object

Format

Brass?

Number of Artifacts

2

Cultural Affiliation

Greek?

Spatial Coverage

Athens

Broad Date

1900/1999

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