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Half sovereign of Victoria

This is part of an important coin collection held by the museum. This is a half sovereign issued by Queen Victoria....

Victoria two pence

This is part of an important coin collection held by the museum. This twopence was issued by Queen Victoria....

Sovereign case

Sovereign holders were designed to hold coins called sovereigns. They often look like pocket watch cases and were designed in a similar way. They could be attached to a chain...

Penny farthing bicycle

Penny farthing bicycles were popular in the 1880s. The nickname comes from their slightly comic appearance, the large front wheel being compared to a penny and the small rear wheel...

Money box

This ceramic money box was made in c.1862 by a member of the Fishley family, either Edmund or his brother George. Edmund was born in 1806, Robert in 1808, to...

Honiton (East Devon) lace sprig

This is an example of East Devon (Honiton) lace, in the form of a sprig. By the middle of the nineteenth century lace-makers were producing individual sprigs or motifs which...

Bonnet

Trimmed with real twigs, the flowers and leaves are probably made of silk. It has wide silk ribbons for tying the bonnet on under the chin. In some cases, they...

Child’s bonnet

This bonnet is very small so could have been made for a child. It is trimmed with feathers and a whole hummingbird. The hummingbird can be seen in the detail...

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