A cardboard box containing polishing discs which were used in a dental clinic. The box originally held 50 discs but only 10 remain. The box features different text on all sides. One side reads " PAPER POLISHING DISCS/TYPE B. METAL CENTRES/ (Square Hole)" With "KEM-DENT TRADE MARK" written in a black diamond in the centre. Another side reads "Contains/ 50 PAPER DISCS/ SHELLAC BACKED/ IMPORTED COATING AND BACKING/ for use with spring head Mandrels" Another side reads "Supplied in/Carbo-Sand-Cuttle-Garnet/ usual standard sizes and grits." Another side reads "MADE IN ENGLAND BY/ ASSOCIATED DENTAL PRODUCTS LTD/ LONDON W Factory: Purton, Wilts." Each of the ten discs has a sandpaper finish and a square hole lined with metal in the centre.
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