Trays for specimens

Specimen cabinets and trays (244:7) fall into two classes; (a) those intended for reference and research purposes where the individual specimens can be removed for first-hand inspection; (b) those intended for viewing only, with air-tight, dustproof and/or thief-proof protection in museums and public galleries. The latter are special fittings calling for precision manufacture, and 244 refers only to those normally made by furniture-makers for private collectors, or the occasional 'one off for special display purposes. Whichever type they are, however, the trays should be close fitting as in drawer-work and interchangeable throughout.

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