|Object ID #||1992.016.003|
|Lexicon category||4: T&E For Materials|
|Place of Origin||Canada|
|Description||623 GRAY NICKEL CHROME socketed wrench. This wrench has an intentionally-bent rod handle that loops around to form a grip. The handle extends to form a thin, curving shank. The working end of the wrench has closed hexagonal socket with a plain exterior. "623 GRAY NICKEL CHROME" is lettered on the shank/handle.|
|Makers mark||623 GRAY NICKEL CHROME|
GRAY wrenches were made in Canada.
Provenance unknown. Last owned by Chester Adams of Durham, Grey County.
|Collection||Transportation, Automobiles & Equipment Collection|
|Dimensions||W-14.8 L-27 D-4 cm|
|Found||Durham, Municipality of West Grey, Grey County|