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Chain Pier at Brighton During the Late Tempest

This print is dedicated to Captain S. Brown, the designer of the Chain Pier. There is a coat of arms in the centre of the title. The view shows the storm of 23 November 1824 raging to the right as the waves bash the seafront. In the foreground are three m

Brighthelmston Bank

1841 This is a paper, five pound bank note, 'No. 19993', issued by the Brighthelmston Bank on 1 July 1841. On the left hand side of the bank note is the logo of the bank. Stamped in black print on the reverse of the bank note is 'At the Town Hall, Brighton, th

World War I (Mons)

1914 This medal is part of a set of six awarded to F. Wilkinson. It is a 1914 star which was authorised in 1917 for those who had seen combat with the British Expeditionary Force between 5th August 1914 (the outbreak of the war) and 22nd November 1914. Not all

Salver

1834 This three footed bone china salver is decorated with insects, fruit and flowers on an eggshell blue ground. The rim and feet are gilded though this is now quite worn. The salver was made to hold a cup but came to the museum without it. On the underside i

Fine Morning for a Bath my Dear

Print showing old woman in front of bathing machines. Woman wearing bonnet tied in a bow. Pink shawl with border. Blue dress. Hole in stockings. Possibly the Chain Pier in background. Below image, centre : 'Fine morning for a bath my dear' Below image lef

Sea View of the Chain Pier at Brighton at the Instant the Platform Separated on the Memorable 29th N...

A bird's eye view of the Pier breaking up in the storm of 1836. The print is rather misleading as it looks as if the sea continues around the road leading to the Pier, it was in fact the cliff edge. The buildings, seen where the Pier is joined to the land

Sea View of the Chain Pier at Brighton, at the Instant the Platform Separated, on the Memorable 29th...

A bird's eye view of the Pier breaking up in the storm of 1836. The print is rather misleading as it looks as if the sea continues around the road leading to the Pier, it was in fact the cliff edge. The buildings, seen where the Pier is joined to the land

Sea View of the Chain Pier at Brighton, at the Instant the Platform Separated on the Memorable 29th ...

A bird's eye view of the Pier breaking up in the storm of 1836. The print is rather misleading as it looks as if the sea continues around the road leading to the Pier, it was in fact the cliff edge. The buildings, seen where the Pier is joined to the land

Sea View of the Chain Pier at Brighton, at the Instant the Platform Separated, on the Memorable 29th...

A bird's eye view of the Pier breaking up in the storm of 1836. The print is rather misleading as it looks as if the sea continues around the road leading to the Pier, it was in fact the cliff edge. The buildings, seen where the Pier is joined to the land

Chain Pier at Brighton During the Late Tempest.

This print is dedicated to Captain S. Brown, the designer of the Chain Pier. There is a coat of arms in the centre of the title. The view shows the storm of 23 November 1824 raging to the right as the waves bash the seafront. In the foreground are three m

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