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Ceremonial Axe

Museum Library Archive

Description

Decorative ceremonial axe presented to the former Mayor of Barking and Dagenham, Jack Thomas and his wife Maisie by the former Mayor of Witten, c.1991. The axe is thought to be a woodcutters axe. Possibly presented by the then Burgermeister of Witten…

Object number

LDVAL 2007.6.1

811

Ceremonial Walking-stick

Museum Library Archive

Description

Decorative ceremonial walking stick presented to the former Mayor of Barking and Dagenham, Jack Thomas and his wife Maisie by the former Mayor of Witten, c.1991. Is a reproduction of the one used as a badge of rank in the coalmines in the Town od Wit…

Object number

LDVAL 2007.6.2

812

Silver Chest

Museum Library Archive

Description

Iron bound oak silver chest that once belonged to John Gascoyne Fanshawe (1746-1803). Bears his name on a brass plaque on the front of the chest. Would have been used to store and transport silver ware. Found in Bonhams county sale at Honiton, Devon,…

Object number

LDVAL 2006.28.1

777

London Parade Music Festival medal

Museum Library Archive

Description

Medal awarded to all participants of the 2002 Lord Mayor's New Years Day parade in London. The donor represented the Mayor's Charity for Barking and Dagenham.

Object number

LDVAL 2006.13.17

593

Propelling pencil

Museum Library Archive

Description

Plastic propelling pencil given to all school children in Dagenham to mark the incorporation of Dagenham in 1938. With accompanying typed story of the donor and her brother being given the pencils.

Object number

LDVAL 2006.11.1

573

Propelling pencil

Museum Library Archive

Description

Plastic propelling pencil given to all school children in Dagenham to mark the incorporation of Dagenham in 1938. With accompanying typed story of the donor and her brother being given the pencils.

Object number

LDVAL 2006.11.2

574

Sestrel compass

Museum Library Archive

Description

Sestrel nautical ships compass. Made by Henry Browne and Son Ltd, of Barking, who made aviation and nautical compasses, clocks and dials. The company made compasses form, notably, Spitfires, Tigermoths and Concord. Henry Browne was born in Lewis, Sus…

Object number

LDVAL 2006.9.1

Creator

Henry Browne & Son Ltd

561

Football medal

Museum Library Archive

Description

Decorative brass and enamel for Dagenham & Dist Football league.

Object number

LDVAL 2004.32.1

212

Souvenir doorbell from Barking Power Station

Museum Library Archive

Description

Doorbell used by King George V to open Barking Power Station, May 19th 1925. Belonged to Mr John Armston Vice who was a Generation Operation Engineer at Barking Power Station after it opened in 1925 until 1951.

Object number

LDVAL 2004.20.1

148

British Electrical Power Convention badge

Museum Library Archive

Description

Irregularly shaped enamel badge. Given out to mark the British Electrical Power Convention in Harrogate, 1950. Brass with yellow enamel. Belonged to Mr John Armston Vice who was a Generation Operation Engineer at Barking Power Station after it opened…

Object number

LDVAL 2004.20.4

140

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