The Victorians: collection records

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Photographic Print

c1900 This is a photograph of the Hotel de Flandre, probably located in Northern France. The photograph dates from c1900 and is mounted on card. Handwritten beneath the photograph is 'Hotel de Flandre', and an unidentified inscription.

Salt cellar

c1900 Octagonal salt cellar in blue glass with an acid etched intaglio image of a terrier cut into the base. Produced in East Cambridge, Massachussetts c1900.

Cream Can

c1900 This is a cream can made of sheet iron. It has a brass screw lid attached to the can by a brass chain. On the front of the can is a brass oval plaque embossed, 'Cream'. The can was made in c1900.

Tin

c1900 This is a metal wages tin from London Brighton and South Coast Railway, made c1900. On the top of the lid is a bronze plaque engraved with the number '2331'.

Button

c1900 This is a circular metal uniform button for London Brighton & South Coast Railway. The button is silver in colour with 'LB&SC Railway' embossed on the front, within a laurel wreath. The button was made c1900.

Button

c1900 This is a circular metal uniform button for London Brighton & South Coast Railway. The button is silver in colour with 'LB&SC Railway' embossed on the front, within a laurel wreath. The button was made c1900.

Spill Box

c1900 This is a cylindrical spill box made of pearwood. On the front of the box is a black transfer print of Hove Town Hall. The box would have contained thin strips of wood, spiral tubes of paper or similar, which were used for lighting candles or fires. The b

Milk Can

c1900 This small metal milk can, with a hinged lid and handle was made in c1900. Engraved on the front of the can is 'Creamery E Finchley' and engraved on the lid is 'A. Cable & Son'. The milk can has a capacity of quarter of a pint.

Button

c1900 This is a circular, metal London Brighton & South Coast Railway uniform button. The button is silver in colour, with 'LB&SC Railway' embossed on the front of the button within a laurel wreath. The button was made c1900 by C.J. Webb & Co. Ltd., in London.

Milk Can

c1900 This oval shaped metal and brass milk can, has a hinged lid and handle and was made in c1900. Engraved on the lid of the can is 'Cowleys Dairy' and on the front of the can, '35 Russell Sq Brighton'. The milk can was made by Dairy Sundries Makers in London

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