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Date
1812
Material
fibre
Catalogue Number
103.05.1188
Description
Cream coloured smock edged with simple lace along edges. Fern embroidery along bottom 1/4 of smock. Loose threads at neckline to secure.
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Title
Baby Smock
Date
1812
Material
fibre
Dimensions
46 x 90 cm
Description
Cream coloured smock edged with simple lace along edges. Fern embroidery along bottom 1/4 of smock. Loose threads at neckline to secure.
Subject
households
clothing
children
Mary Schaffer Warren
Credit
Gift of Shelagh Nolan Lester, Calgary, 2005
Catalogue Number
103.05.1188
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Date
1818 – 1924
Material
ceramic
Catalogue Number
104.20.0125 a,b
Description
A pair of round shallow dishes set on tall pedestals. The dishes have a bold coloured border around the rim with a series of raised relief gold dots forming a band . The centre of each plate is decorated with a sheaf of leaves, grasses and flowers. Each pedestal is a column with acanthus leaves …
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Title
Compote Set
Date
1818 – 1924
Material
ceramic
Dimensions
26.5 cm
Description
A pair of round shallow dishes set on tall pedestals. The dishes have a bold coloured border around the rim with a series of raised relief gold dots forming a band . The centre of each plate is decorated with a sheaf of leaves, grasses and flowers. Each pedestal is a column with acanthus leaves around the top with two sculpted figures playing about the column. The column rests on a large round base, with three feet curving under, and repeats the design of plate border. Both of the plates are marked with Royal Wocester hallmarks.a) A standing cherub holding a cloth scarf is facing outward and looking down at a seated cherub that is holding a cup on the other side of the pedestal.b) A standing cherub is peeking around the pedestal at a crawling cherub.
Subject
households
children
angels
cherubs
plants
flowers
Credit
Gift of Pearl Evelyn Moore, Banff, 1979
Catalogue Number
104.20.0125 a,b
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Date
1810 – 1815
Material
glass; metal
Catalogue Number
105.06.0038
Description
Ink set contained in a round top, trunk shaped container which sits on four, corner ball feet. Rounded top has round knob and is hinged for opening. Either end of container has relief lion's head with rotating ring through jaw. Bottom of box scratched "#251 MT ac", also stamped lion profile hallmar…
Title
Inkstand
Date
1810 – 1815
Material
glass; metal
Dimensions
8.3 x 5.9 x 14.9 cm
Description
Ink set contained in a round top, trunk shaped container which sits on four, corner ball feet. Rounded top has round knob and is hinged for opening. Either end of container has relief lion's head with rotating ring through jaw. Bottom of box scratched "#251 MT ac", also stamped lion profile hallmark and "7". Interior of box is two chambers divided by flat sterling bar. In either chamber sits a bevelled, square sided glass. Each container has circular, ridged top with 1.0 cm. hole in centre. One of sterling tops is anchored permanently to glass well and has white powder residue inside it, other top is removable and is presumably for holding ink. Card inside box says "Old Sheffield Ink Box made in London. Circa 1810-1815."
Subject
households
office
hobbies
CRW wedding
Edith Morse Robb
Credit
Gift of Catharine Robb Whyte, O. C., Banff, 1979
Catalogue Number
105.06.0038
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Date
1817 – 1865
Material
wood
Catalogue Number
104.47.1010
Description
Brown, wood metronome from Crosby House,made by manufacture Seth Thomas. Bottom is stamped in ink “5705 METRONOME #7” and in child’s writing, black pen “BARK” Missing front lid
Title
Metronome
Date
1817 – 1865
Material
wood
Dimensions
23.5 x 12 cm
Description
Brown, wood metronome from Crosby House,made by manufacture Seth Thomas. Bottom is stamped in ink “5705 METRONOME #7” and in child’s writing, black pen “BARK” Missing front lid
Subject
timekeeping
music
Crosby Family
Credit
Gift of Robert Crosby Family, Banff, 1998
Catalogue Number
104.47.1010
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Date
1811
Material
metal; glass; wood
Catalogue Number
104.08.1006 a,b
Description
Two musket balls matted and framed with inscription. Frame is 15.5x23.2, behind glass.Inscription reads “Musket Balls lost by David Thompson at Athabaska (sic) Pass on January 13th, 1811, and discovered by The Interprovincial Boundary Survey July 1921. Presented by R.W. Cautley The Leader of the S…
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Title
Musket Ball
Date
1811
Material
metal; glass; wood
Description
Two musket balls matted and framed with inscription. Frame is 15.5x23.2, behind glass.Inscription reads “Musket Balls lost by David Thompson at Athabaska (sic) Pass on January 13th, 1811, and discovered by The Interprovincial Boundary Survey July 1921. Presented by R.W. Cautley The Leader of the Survey Party.Note In frame Musket was originally spelled Muske1 and then a bar put through to make it look like a t.
Subject
exploration
surveying
David Thompson
R.W.Cautley
Athabasca Pass
Credit
Gift of Alpine Club of Canada, Canmore, 1973
Catalogue Number
104.08.1006 a,b
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Date
1811 – 1920
Material
metal
Catalogue Number
104.08.1003
Description
Irregularly shaped round ball.
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Title
Musket Ball
Date
1811 – 1920
Material
metal
Description
Irregularly shaped round ball.
Subject
Canadian Rockies
David Thompson
exploration
surveying
Credit
Gift of anonymous, 1971
Catalogue Number
104.08.1003
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Date
1818 – 1924
Material
ceramic, bone china
Catalogue Number
104.20.0119 a-k
Description
A set of eleven dessert plates with a bold coloured border around the rim and a series of raised relief dots forming a band. Each plate has a decoration of a sheaf of leaves, grasses and flowers at the centre. The plates are each marked with a Dresden (?) hallmark.
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Title
Tableware Set
Date
1818 – 1924
Material
ceramic, bone china
Description
A set of eleven dessert plates with a bold coloured border around the rim and a series of raised relief dots forming a band. Each plate has a decoration of a sheaf of leaves, grasses and flowers at the centre. The plates are each marked with a Dresden (?) hallmark.
Subject
households
decorative
social customs
plants
flowers
Credit
Gift of Pearl Evelyn Moore, Banff, 1979
Catalogue Number
104.20.0119 a-k
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