Metal meat safe

A metal meat safe
A metal meat safe. William Edwards Collection. Source: National Museum of Australia.

National Museum of Australia

Unless otherwise indicated (in this copyright notice or in relation to particular material on this website) you may copy, distribute, display, download and print the material on this web page for your own person use, for non-commercial education purposes or for non-commercial use within your organisation, provided that you attribute the National Museum of Australia. All other rights are reserved by the Museum. For example, you will have to obtain permission from the Museum if you wish to: (a) charge others for access to the material (other than at cost); (b) include the material in advertising or a product for sale; or (c) alter the material; unless a notice for that material provides otherwise.

Extended image description: A cream painted upright rectangular metal meat safe featuring perforated sides, a handle on the top and a broken latch on the front hinged door. A plaque on the front of the door reads: 'Portable Pantry'.

What is this? A3 printouts  

| Back to Meat safe