This vessel is believed to be one of the original fermentation pans used by researchers at Oxford University to produce penicillin in the 1940s.
Rectangular porcelain vessel used for growing penicillin; sealed at all corners but one; open mouth; neck extends roughly 3 inches from vessel body.
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