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This scrapbook includes newspaper and magazine cuttings, postcards and letters associated with Minnie Turner. It was formerly used as an arithmetic exercise book. Minnie Turner was a Brighton resident and supporter of the Women's suffragette movement. It
Mid 19th century This is a beige coloured glazed stoneware bottle from the Royal German Spa, Queen's Park, Brighton. Parts of the white label attached to the body of the bottle is missing, although the type of water that the bottle would have held is still visible on the
This peg is made of wood. The base has been painted red. It was made in the mid 20th century.
Mid 19th Century This is a glazed beige coloured stoneware bottle from the Royal German Spa, Queen's Park, Brighton. Printed in black text on the white label on the body of the bottle is, 'Under Her Majesty's especial Patronage, Struve's Ems Water, Kesselbrunnen 117° Fah.
Mid 19th Century This glass fronted box contains a paper cut out figure of an acrobat in a green and red striped leotard. The background is made of plain cream paper bordered with a gold and green design with a crest at the top in the centre. The figure hangs from a pin.
This teetotum is red. It has eight sides with a Hebrew letter on each side. It is made of plastic. It was made in the mid 20th century.
Mid 20th Century This top is red and has six sides. It is made of plastic. It was made in the mid 20th century.
Mid 20th Century This peg has four ridges carved around the middle section. It is made of wood. It was made in the mid 20th century.
Mid 20th Century This top is made of wood. It was made in England in the mid twentieth century.
19th Century This top is made of wood and metal. It has a spike in the base. It was made in the 19th century.