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Tasman Empire Airways Limited, Commissioned by
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Two dark pieces of wood with 33 thinner strips in between them, all joined by a white plastic bolt at one end. The top half of these strips are covered with black paper which is creased so the paper will fold up when the fan is closed. One side of the paper is unadorned. The other side has a large, red flower on it along with "TEAL" in white and three TEAL logos (stylised flying fish / Maroro).
Tasman Empire Airways Limited. Circa 1954. Fan [Teal], 2004.426. The Museum of Transport and Technology (MOTAT).
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