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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.
1897 This is a commemorative medal for Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee in 1897. On the obverse side of the medal is an embossed profile portrait of Queen Victoria with '1837' and '1897' embossed either side. The medal face is attached to a cotton ribbon, whic
1900 This is a semi-opaque glass light shade with a fluted edge and an opaque foliate pattern on the shade. The shade is from an early electric light. It was made in 1900 and is of Adamesque design.
1872 This photograph shows the Maters of Highgate School. The photograph is dated 1872. Charles Thomas attended Highgate School, and would have been aged 14 or 15 at this time. The photograph is mounted on card.
1872 This is a photograph of the Upper 5th Form at Highgate School. The photograph is dated November 1872. Charles Thomas attended Highgate School and would have been aged 14 or 15 at this time; therefore it is likely that he is in this photograph. The photogr
Late 19th Century This German Porcelein tea set contains a teapot, lidded suger bowl and two cups and suacers. When donated a milk jug was also recorded. The set is white with gilded corners and edges.
c1900 Sepia print photographic postcard of Brighton Museum, Brighton. The entrance in Church Street is shown.
Postcard showing a representation of a small child playing with bubbles, with some 'Pears' soap visible . Printed caption reads 'BUBBLES.' Postcard is addressed to Miss Coverdale, Melbourne House, Esplanade Road, Scarborough. There is no postmark visible.
Late 19th Century This is a postcard collected by the Stamford family. It shows a sepia photographic image of people sitting in deck chairs in a park with trees and houses behind. It is titled: Band Performance, Bog Valley Gardens Harrogate.
Late 19th Century This is a postcard collected by the Stamford family. It shows a sepia photographic print of a late Victorian beach scene. There are wheeled bathing huts and rowing boats and people sitting on the beach. The image is titled: Torquay from Station Road.