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Post  Ev Fri 7 Aug - 8:15

Many thanks to Te Toi Uku for letting me photograph this road marker and I was impressed by how large it is.
102mm diameter x 23mm high.
Made using the Dry Press method and first made 20.10.73

Shape 8023 Road Marker first made 20.10.73 8023_r10
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