WWII Manhattan Project Shield Window Glass Specimen

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WWII Manhattan Project shield window glass, broken specimen from extraction. Add this piece of the Manhattan Project memorabilia to your collection. Manhattan Project collectibles only continue to rise in value. This extremely rare piece of history was extracted from the Hanford, Washington bomb site. These relics are highly sought after as atomic-era memorabilia. 

This is a rare and limited collection of WWII Manhattan project shield window glass specimens. Due to the 75th anniversary of The WWII Manhattan Atomic Bomb Project, prices for these irreplaceable relics continue to climb. This material is an investment-grade collectible. 

Due to the lighting and characteristics of each glass specimen, such as lead content, variations in color will appear in photos. 

Please note Dan Dunn is the original owner of this collection. Consultations are available by appointment. Please contact us with any questions you may have about the glass, documentation, or to request more information. If you are interested in acquiring a large, intact window, please contact us directly. 

For more information regarding the history of the glass and the WWII Manhattan Project, please visit our article here.

LEAD WARNING: The glass is not radioactive, but it is comprised of lead oxide. The glass should be handled with care and only while wearing gloves. Lead is known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm.  For more information, go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.