Sculptor Jack Wall makes plastic medallions and plaques that look like they are made of burnished metal.
Several shots of medallions and plaques that look as if they are made of metal; commentator says they are made of plastic. Various shots of sculptor Jack Whall making a plastic 'stamp' of a female head; a plastic sheet is laid over the mould of the head, then heated and compressed over the mould to take the shape.
Jack takes a plaster mould of a large medallion and makes a golden-coloured plastic 'stamp' of this design; he coats the medallion with black paint then wipes it with a rag to create an antique texture. Jack picks up the front of a suit of armour to reveal a man inside; this man carries the armour and a spear out of shot.
Note: on file is a letter from Nu-Vista Novelties Ltd asking to be put in touch with Jack Whall.