Frying pan lid

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My father in law (B. Wright) was serving with RAF Signals in Kuala Lumpur a few days after the atom bombs were dropped on Japan in 1945, when he picked up this Japanese radio knob.

United with an enamel mess plate, it has served as a frying pan lid ever since.

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Location

Aldershot

Culture
Period

1948

Theme
Size
H:
3.5cm
W:
26.0cm
Colour
Material

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