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Postcard showing a cobbled street in Funchal, the capital of Madeira, with shops selling hats and bags and a policeman visible. Printed caption reads '468.MADEIRA. Street in Funchal'. The reverse side is blank.

Photographic Print

1960s B&W photographic print of a combined shelter and street lamp. Shelter contains shadowy figure of a policeman. Appears to be copy of halftone original. Photograph produced by Borough Surveyor's department.


Monochrome print of the Royal Pavilion, Brighton. A man in police uniform stands outside the Pavilion's entrance and people walk along the path.

Police Truncheon

1859 This is a black painted wooden truncheon from Hove Police Force, made in 1859. The truncheon is decorated with a painted royal crown, the initials 'VR' for Queen Victoria and 'Hove Police Force Service'. The truncheon was used by Jesse Burchell.

Queen's Park, Brighton.

Monochrome photographic postcard showing Queen's Park pond, Brighton. Image shows a policeman holding a small dog on a lead. A swan has recently stepped out of the pond and is eyeing the dog aggressively. Several people can be seen looking on.

Brighton Motor Trials - July 1905

July 1905 Monochrome postcard bearing photomechanical image of Brighton Motor Trials, July 1905. View of eastern end of Madeira Drive with Kemp Town slopes in background. Two motor cars can be seen on start line, with a crowd including several policemen, looking on

Photographic Print

July 1905 B&W photographic print showing a motor car on Madeira Drive, Brighton, presumably in preparation for speed trials. A large crowd of men in straw boaters and a lone policeman are gathered around the car.

Photographic Print

May 1942 Monochrome photographic print taken during the Second World War showing showing the wreckage of a German Heinkel figher plane brought down by the R.A.F. at Hollingbury when German air raids over England were frequent. A policeman stands aside the wreckage

North Street, Brighton

North Street looking west from Castle Square. Figure centre left (policeman), building with awning centre left, three figures centre right, rear of stagecoach, Countess Huntingdon's Chapel spire centre left background, building with columns centre right m

George Stonhouse Griffith

Full length profile of a man wearing a top hat, high collar and tie, waistcoat and coat. He holds a pair of white gloves in his hand. Mr G.S. Griffith, a much respected business man and owner of The Rock Brewery in Brighton was murdered by persons unknown

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