Part of a music engraving tool set used mostly by Gordon Baker who worked for a. Kynoch & Co. Pty. Ltd. in Melbourne from the 1930s to the 1980s. Gordon Baker was apprentice to his father Jack. At the time, Gordon was the only music engraver working in Australia.

This box holds a set of punches for the Common Music style (as opposed to other styles such as Pearl and Large).

Each punch has a line engraved on the stem so the punch can be hld in the correct orientation when being used to punch a symbol on the petwer plate, that is the line should be facing the engraver.

Physical Description

Rectangular box with 4 rows of 14 holes each for a punch. There are 44 punches. A small card shows the position of the punches in the rows.

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