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Wooden walking cane inscribed with 'A.B.'. Has a silver band inscribed AB and metal tip. Previously owned by Arnold Bennett. Undated
Postcard, 'Solitude in the Potteries'. Black and white canals and factory scene. Undated.
Black and white postcard. A Birds Eye View of the Potteries. Same as 51.296 but with a clearer image. Undated.
Postcard depicting Market Place, Burslem. Part of the 'Pelham series' of local views published by Boots the chemists.
Singer industrial sewing machine. Used to make orthopaedic boots, at North Staffs Infirmary, Orthopaedic Department, early 20th century.
Gold tie pin in a box. Inscribed 'Marie Marguerite'. One of three items given to Captain Prior, Captain of Bennett's private yachts, by Bennett.
Postcard, 'A Whiff from the Potteries'. Black and white smoking factories scene. Postmarked dated as 16.1.1916.
Black and white postcard titleed, 'A Pottery Bank'. The image was taken at The Park Works of Charles Allerton, Longton. Depicting a pot bank yard with broken saggars and workers.
Tinted colour postcard. Stoke-on-Trent [scenes] Town Hall, Glebe Street, Wedgwood Monument, Railway Station, High Street, Hartshill. Postmark dated as 3.8.1910.