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Boxwood nutcracker, probably French and dates from the early 16th century

English 20th century screw nutcracker, very similar in form to 'lady bells'. (pin 2 of 2)

English 20th century screw nutcracker, very similar in form to 'lady bells'. (pin 1 of 2)

16th Century English cracker initialed IH

20th century cracker which uses a circular squeezing pressure to crack the nut

Pilgrim's Badge, 15th century, French

The inscription on this rosewood cracker reads 'A Present from the Thames Tunnel'. This London tunnel was opened in 1840.

Door Knocker Plate Date: 15th century Culture: French Medium: Iron, textile

15th century extant velvet

Beaker Date: 15th century Culture: German

1631 screw nutcracker, English, boxwood

Undated but copies of this bent-wood English nutcracker exist with the date 1879