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A officer of the 13th Battalion Yorkshire Regiment
Three strings of ruby coloured beads to which are attached as ornaments 5 upper mandibles and black frontal plumes of curassow
19th Century This ostrich egg has been decorated with six oval designs of figures and inscriptions from Muslim scriptures.
This is a flint nodule or crude handaxe with possible retouch down one edge. It was made in the Palaeolithic and was found at Lavant, West Sussex.
This print shows Pool Valley, Brighton, with the York Hotel to the right. There are figures in the street with dogs and horses.
1849 This painting is of Frederick Crace, from the Crace family firm who were designers for the Royal Pavilion in the eighteenth and nineteenth century. This portrait shows Crace wearing a dark suit, white cravat with a jewelled stock-pin, in his hands he is h
This oil painting by Frederick Earp is entitled Preston Manor. It depicts a view of the Manor and church in the mid distance. A steam train can be seen on an embankment along with a wagon and horses in the foreground. Preston Manor is now open to the publ
1893 This is a lithographic printed menu card for the Inaugural Banquet of the Chairman of the Hove Commissioners, at Hove Town Hall on 27 April 1893. Inside the card is the menu for the banquet with the 'toast list' detailed on the reverse. The card was made
View of The Chain Pier from the beach, fisherman working on boats and nets Printed by John Constable R.A. Engraved by Frederick Smith London Published August 12th 1829, by Colnaghi Son & Co. Print sellers to the King Pall Mall Eaft & by Mr Folker Brighton
Monochrome photographic print of the interior of the Dome. Taken from the stage, it looks onto the seats and ceiling. Stamp on the back says Frederick Wackett, press photographer, Brighton.