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model / funerary equipment / computer

  • Object type

  • Museum number


  • Description

    Funerary equipment (one of five); made of cardboard; in the form of model computer monitor; white cardboard box, rectangular at front, tapering to smaller rectangle marked with vertical lines (air vents) at back; white cardboard rectangle glued on front with black cardboard rectangle inside, rectangle of blue paper covered with plastic set inside black box for screen; red plastic and grey plastic buttons glued on bottom left corner below screen; rectangle with cylinder at centre for base for monitor to balance on.


  • Date

    • 2000s
  • Production place

  • Materials

  • Dimensions

    • Height: 31.3 centimetres (screen)
    • Width: 41 centimetres (screen)
    • Depth: 9 centimetres (screen)
    • Weight: 147 grammes (screen)
    • Height: 23 centimetres (base)
    • Width: 29.5 centimetres (base)
    • Depth: 26 centimetres (base)
    • Weight: 142 grammes (base)
  • Location

    Not on display

  • Condition

    Screen has detached from monitor, base has detached from bottom, red button has detached.

  • Acquisition name

  • Acquisition date


  • Acquisition notes

    Cost for entire collection; purchased with funds from Wellcome Trust Gallery Purchase Budget.

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