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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).