Particularly in this period, A. Harry Wheeler made a variety of cut and folded paper models that he called "collapsible" - that is to say, the pieces could be disassembled into flat slices. This model has a circular ring as base, with twelve circles, each folded in half, inserted in the ring to suggest a torus.
A paper tag on the model reads: 217. Another mark reads: Jan-8-1916.
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