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A blacksmith's ball-peen hammer with a wooden handle and a metal head.
Accession No
TM2003.122

Name/Title
Circular silver pendant with a fake clock face and roman numerals engraved around the face. It has a large suspension eyelet at top around which is tied a black strap of fabric with a small heart shaped metal charm. The pendant opens out with the bottom half being a spring operated coin dispenser and the top half lined with red fabric. The coin features a profile portrait of a man with a moustache.
Accession No
A84.412

Name/Title
Fan
A cream-coloured brisé fan made of fine guardsticks of ivory or bone. The fan has nineteen guardsticks that are held together by a brass rivet and a silk ribbon that is weaved through. Each guardstick is 2.5cm wide at the top and tapers to 0.5cm at the bottom. They are finely carved with abstract shapes that are identical on the inside seventeen sticks. The two sticks on the outside ends have different matching shapes than those on the inside. The fan is finished with two cream-coloured tassels attached to the brass rivet which is made of cotton thread with a small white bead on each.
Accession No
PA2006.022

Name/Title
Tea set comprising tea pot, serving dish, plate, jug, sugar bowl, 11 coffee cups, 12 tea cups and 12 saucers. The set features a cream body decorated with powder blue panels, gilt motifs and edging.
Accession No
A81.396

A small gold Sweetheart Brooch modelled on the design of an 11th (Taranaki Rifles) badge featuring Mount Taranaki / Egmont in the background and houses and farms in the foreground.= A scroll runs along the bottom inscribed with "TARANAKI XI RIFLES / REGIMENT". The pin on the back has been broken off. A "9CT " hallmark is stamped on the rear.
Accession No
TM2002.495

Devon Street West, New Plymouth, looking towards the Clock Tower. A tram can be seen in the centre of the image. There are cyclists on the road and cars parked to the side of the road. A "Frost Dentist" sign can be seen in the foreground of the right corner. Shops line both sides of the road and GC Tait Chemist is on the left side of the road.
Accession No
PHO2009-215

Resulting damage caused by a fire on Devon Street, New Plymouth. The buildings damaged were on the north side of Devon Street, just east of the Egmont Street intersection. The businesses damaged in the fire were the Grand Coffee Palace, photographer C. P. Cottier's premises, the Dresden Piano Company, land agent J. C. Davies' premises and the London Dental Institute. Photograph depicts five figures standing in the smashed upper windows of the Dresden Piano Company and three figures standing in the smashed upper windows of the London Dental Institute. Fire damage is evident to the outside of the buildings pictured.
Accession No
PHO2009-216

Name/Title
Studio portrait of Mr J H M (James Henry Morris) Good. He stands beside a pillar with his left hand resting on it. He has his hat off and is holding this in his right hand by his side. He is dressed in a long dark coloured suit jacket with light pants and a dark tie.
Accession No
PHO2009-217

Man seated at desk; Robert Wilson (Bob) Moffat.
Accession No
WD.009833

Rugby team. Nineteen players and three coaches. Two trophies on floor.
Accession No
WD.009696

Elevated exterior view of the Hen and Chickens Motel in Bell Block.
Accession No
WD.009808

Rugby team. Nineteen players and three coaches. Two trophies on floor.
Accession No
WD.009697

A group of four women wearing bathing suits. A large ribbon/banner at front reads 'East End Ladies'. From left to right the women are, Janet Davidson, Sheryl George, Robyn George and Nyla Easthope.
Accession No
WD.009828

Medical trolley manufactured by Howard Wright Pacific Ltd.
Accession No
WD.009807

A group of eleven women wearing bathing suits and one male coach. Left to right back row: Heather Corbett; David Emmett (coach) and Sheryl George. Left to right middle row: Carol Steffenson; Valda Walsh; Janet Davidson; Robyn George and Leonie McCray. Left to right front row: Nyla Easthope, Marnie Hooper, Clare Davis and Michelle Walsh (daughter of Valda Walsh).
Accession No
WD.009829

Millie Cooper holds her mokopuna (granddaughter) Kylie Cooper.
Accession No
WD.009858

Exterior of the Ivon Watkins Dow site.
Accession No
WD.009834

Young woman wearing cardigan.
Accession No
WD.009845

Exterior of the Ivon Watkins Dow site.
Accession No
WD.009836

Interior of T.S.B. Bank. Teller's counter.
Accession No
WD.009840

Exterior of the Ivon Watkins Dow site.
Accession No
WD.009837

Interior of T.S.B. Bank. Teller's counter and desk.
Accession No
WD.009839

Interior of T.S.B. Bank. Teller's counter.
Accession No
WD.009844

Interior of T.S.B. Bank. Teller's counter and desk.
Accession No
WD.009841

Large crowd gathered outside the Government Buildings on Devon Street, New Plymouth, to welcome Governor Lieutenant-General Sir William Francis Drummond Jervois to Taranaki. The majority of the crowd is standing but some are sitting on horses or are in carriages. Some also hold umbrellas. A group of children are pictured singing the national anthem in front of the Government Buildings. Jervois was Governor of New Zealand from 20 January 1883 until 22 March 1889.
Accession No
PHO2009-220
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