The Victorians: collection records

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Fisherman

Fisherman sitting on block of wood mending nets. He has a clay pipe in his mouth and a woollen cap on his head, and is sitting in front of an upturned boat, which is used to store equipment. Dup.

Fisherman

Fisherman sitting on block of wood mending nets. He has a clay pipe in his mouth and a woollen cap on his head, and is sitting in front of an upturned boat, which is used to store equipment. Dup.

Sketching from Nature

Woman facing sea with man sitting next to her and King Charles spaniel sitting in foreground gazing at viewer. Bathing huts on the beach can be seen.

Register

1899 This is a printed paper list, of cars, '... Whose Owners Have Notified Their Intention of Taking Part in the Run of the Motor Car Club to Brighton on 18th November, 1899.' The document lists the names of the 135 participants and the manufacturer each part

Leaflet

1857-1861 This is a paper leaflet advertising, in black printed text 'Edwin Botting, (Late W. Willey,), Tea, Grocery and Provision Warehouse', located at 40 St. James's Street in Brighton. The leaflet was made between 1857 and 1861. The 'Late W. Willey' refers to W

Bank Note

1839 This is a paper ten pound bank note, 'No. 1481', from 1839, issued by the Brighthelmston Bank. On the left hand side of the bank note is the logo of the bank. Stamped in black print on the reverse of the bank note is 'At the Town Hall, Brighton, the 10th

Book of Common Prayer

1891 This is a black leather bound Book of Common Prayer. There is a dedication on the inside of the front cover that reads 'A Christmas Offering to the Workhouse Chapel from the Chaplain, Wife and Children, Brighton 1891' and also includes a handwritten praye

Model of the Chain Pier

Late 19th Century This is a painted wooden model of the Chain Pier, Brighton's first pier. The detail on the model includes the entrance to the pier, the chain fittings, figures along the pier, a band at the end of the pier and rowing boats on the sea. The model was made b

Photographic Print

1890s This photographic print shows the West Pier, Brighton. It is a view southwest showing the structure of the pier. Numerous people can be seen on the beach and King's Road promenade.

Photographic Print

c1897 This photographic print shows the Brighton and Rottingdean Seashore Electric Railway, commonly known as the 'Daddy Longlegs'. The Pioneer car is approaching Banjo Groyne Jetty. The railway was built by Magnus Volk and first ran in 1896. The line closed fo

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