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Foundling tokens were pinned by mothers to their babys clothes and upon entry, the Hospital would attach them to the childs record of admission. As foundling babies were given new names, these tokens helped ensure correct identification, should a parent ever return to claim their child. The children were not allowed to keep their tokens, which were frequently everyday objects, such as a coin or button. The practice died out at the beginning of the nineteenth century.

The Foundling Museum Collection

foundlingmuseum.org.uk

Celtic Sword

Vintage silver cutlery...

Annas hus på landet

annashuspalandet.blogspot.com

Gold pendant: Circa 69 AD. A rare denarius of Roman emperor Otho facing right, the reverse with Fortuna and olive branch.

Anonymous: Angels, Saints and the Four Evangelists Book-cover ca. 1506 (The Book of the Gospels) Silver-gilt 28.9 x 20.7 cm The British Museum London, UK Inv. nr. WB.88

The Ulm Münster Book-Covers

britishmuseum.org

A Russian chamberlain key from the reign of Alexander III (1881 - 1894), father of Nikolay II

1609

A Roman gold cameo ring, 1st/2nd century.

Statuette of Nike (personification of victory), late 5th century b.c.; Classical Greek

Gold locket with the hair of Queen Marie Antoinette via the British Museum

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Antique Treasures from Greyfreth

Beatrix Potter 1st edition 1st issue. Fierce bad rabbit 1906.

ballet slippers

Vintage English Pots

English Lantern Clock, circa 1720

Ballerina's shoes

F. Scott Fitzgeralds Silver Hip Flask - The engraving reads: “To 1st Lt. F. Scott Fitzgerald. 65th Infantry. Camp Sheridan. Forget-me-not. Zelda. 9-13-18. Montgomery, Ala”.

Stunning piece of architectural salvage.

old firehouse bell

Antique Seamstress Punch/Pick-Silver FleaingFrance Brocante

antique telephone

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