Computer tape, brown plastic like material. The tape is 12 mm wide and wound around a plastic spool. The diameter of the spool is 130 mm. The marking on the spool is ICL. The diameter of the tape is 253 mm and is housed in a double-sided plastic (clear) container. The spool has 65 mm clear plastic sides forming a flat protective and containing a plate on each side of the reel of tape. Measuring out from the inside of the reel of tape are markings of 500, 1000, 1500, 2000. On a piece of paper stuck to the plate of the disc is the information. "Shell House, The Terrace Wellington". On another label written in red ink is the number 3013. The width of the plastic container is 30 mm and the diameter 295 mm. On the reverse side of tape plate is the No. 12916 printed in black on a white label.
Processed Material/Synthetic/Plastic
Signature/Marks and Type
ICL Maker's Mark
3013 Hand-written
12916 Printed
Accession No
Credit Line
Computer tape, 2003.323. The Museum of Transport and Technology (MOTAT).

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