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Scrapers (2) and Flake

These are two flint scrapers and one flake. The scrapers have been retouched to their ends and one has additional retouch to its lefthand edge as well. The remaining flake is rectangular in shape and may have had a notch deliberately removed from the righ

Programme

1936 This is a paper souvenir programme for the Palace Pier, Brighton advertised as 'The Finest in the World'. The programme was made in 1936 and cost two pence.

Greater Brighton Celebrations Week

1928 This is an official programme of events and a souvenir for the Greater Brighton Celebrations Week from 28 May to 2 June 1928. The front cover has a colour illustration of two people dancing in masquerade costume in front of the Royal Pavilion. The program

Female Figure

c1770-1800 This female figure is one of a pair of child dancers. They are wearing green hats with plumes and gesture energetically towards each other. She has a patterned handkerchief at her waist, which may be used in her dance. The pieces are known Bow models but

Tryngites subruficollis

This case containing one mounted Buff-breasted Sandpiper shows the specimen in a setting that is a recreation of its natural surroundings. The bird comes from the collection of John Bruce Nichols. It was collected in May, 1912 in Rye, Sussex, as recorded

Jug

c1800 This creamware jug is printed in black with: 1) a profile portrait of Wesley flanked by HOPE and CHARITY and verse: JEHOVAH reigns let Saints let Men adore, and; 2) a framed verse: O may I still from sin depart... The jug is part of the Religion theme in

Beaker

c1810 This drab creamware beaker has a silver lustre border and is printed with the verses: 1) May Trade and Commerce/ on our Nation smile/ And PEACE and PLENTY/ Bless the British Isle, and; 2) No Handycraft can with/ Our art compare/ For Pots are made of/ What

Mug

1805 This creamware mug is enamelled with: 1) a coal merchant carrying coal in a horse and cart, inscribed: Richd. Nason 1805, and; 2) painted inscription: Coals by the Bushel/ Coals by the Peck/ If you have not a/ Horse and Cart/ You may carry them on/ Your N

Jug

c1800 This pearlware jug is printed in red and enamelled with inscriptions: 1) As time and/ Circumstance agree, and; 2) May merit with/ Regard be rais'd. The jug is part of the Domestic Incidents theme in the Willett Collection of Popular Pottery.

Bartholomew's, Little East Street

View looking south east showing the buildings on the east side of Bartholomews, Brighton. Number 2 G W Lower 's Dining & Tea Rooms a four storey building with an adjoing part of three storeys to the right. There is a woman in white with a pram and a horse

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