Blow For A Glass! 1945

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A man filling up furnace with fire burning inside. Glass blower takes molten glass from the furnace and starts blowing it. Various shots of scientific glass instruments being blown and made by hand. More shots of the bits added to blown shape and grinding it to make it air...

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Cataloguer:
Sanja
Stock:
Black & White
Sound:
Sound
Media URN:
45226
Sort Number:
NP 064
Time in/Out:
01:47:49:00 / 01:49:16:00
Canister:
NP 64
Film ID:
1382.17
Issue Date:
03/12/1945

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