Upper brass bowl from the official 1984 Los Angeles Olympics torch, measuring 4.5″ in width and 7″ in length, manufactured by Turner Industries. The bowl features an embossed design of the L.A. Memorial Coliseum Stadium wrapping around perimeter, and features scattered wear from use, including nicks, scuffs, and peeling to finish. The Olympic fire was lit in Olympia, Greece on May 7, 1984, and arrived the following day in New York. On its 15,000 km journey, the torch was carried through 33 states over 82 days to Los Angeles by over 3,600 runners.
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