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|Celluloid Fronted Gift Cards.
||A collection of XMas and New Year gift cards with pressed Celluloid Fronts. circa 1890 to 1915
|Coan Novelty Aluminium Castings.
||Novelty aluminium castings manufactured by R. W. Coan of Clerkenwell.
|The Crazy Things People Do To Coins.
||A collection of items that have been decorated with a variety of coins from around the world.
|Travancore Silver Table Ware.
||A collection of Silver Table Ware made from tiny coins of the Kingdom of Travancore, in Southern India.
|T.H. Saunders Exhibition Watermarks.
||A collection of ten light-and-shade watermark sheets produced by the firm of T.H. Saunders for various International Exhibitions.
|Royal Tour Souvenir Charts
||A series of sixteen charts given away as souvenirs on The Royal Yacht Britannia between 1978 and 1986.
|Royal Mint Centenary Medallions.
||Series of medallions struck by the Royal Mint to celebrate notable events.
||Royal Mementoes made from Fabric and Paper.
|General Strike (UK 1926).
||Two archives of scripts for Wireless News Bulletins.
|Moulded Mirrors and Brushes.
||A collection of Moulded Mirrors and Brushes made from
Shellac, Celluloid and Vulcanite, mostly in the Victorian era.
|Victorian Moulded Jugs
||A collection of moulded jugs manufactured in the Victorian, or possibly Georgian, era.
|Portraits of the
||An album of images of elderly poor people by Walter Noah Malby
of Chichester. Probably intended as an entry in a Photographic Competition.
||A collection of Brooches made from coins.
||A collection of wine labels from English and Welsh made wines
from the late 1970s to mid 1980s.
|Reduced Kent Map
||A detailed view of a very scarce map of Kent published, by Faden,
in 1807, from Mudge's Ordnance Survey master plan in the Tower.
||An illustrated listing of most Irish Sweepstakes Tickets. These
featured, after the first few years, portraits of idealised Irish
women in old-style Irish costume.
||A detailed view of a unique military survey map of Guernsey
||Coloured illustrations of the costumes worn by members of the
French Revolutionary Government in 1796.
|Eiffel Tower 1889
||An original metre tall poster showing details of the Eiffel
Tower. An official souvenir from 1889.
||A collection of moulded plastic parasol handles and paper knives.
||A coloured map of the Whichwood (or Wychwood) Forest in West
Oxfordshire as it was in 1815.
||A map, created from an 1813 pocket atlas of Paris. This shows
the city at the time of Napoleon.
|Tower Hamlets Crested
||Some examples of ‘Crested Ware’ porcelain souvenirs from The
London Borough of Tower Hamlets.
|The Rose of Ramsgate
||A folded and cut-out card rose decorated with engraved
views of Ramsgate and Margate (1860s).