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Unique ID: KENT2110

Object type certainty: Certain
Workflow status: Published Find published

Handle of a bone Victorian toothbrush. Long and smooth with rounded edges, broken at one 9the head) end with a triangular shaped pointed end at the other. At the broken end there are incised lines on one side and a single hole on the other.


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Broad period: POST MEDIEVAL
Period from: POST MEDIEVAL
Date from: Circa AD 1837
Date to: AD 1901

Dimensions and weight

Quantity: 1
Length: 105 mm
Width: 12 mm

Discovery dates

Date(s) of discovery: Tuesday 1st February 2000

Personal details

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Recorded by: Dr Michael Lewis
Identified by: Dr Ian Riddler

Materials and construction

Primary material: Animal skeletal material
Completeness: Incomplete

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Recording Institution: KENT
Created: 17 years ago
Updated: 7 years ago

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