constanius Posted August 24, 2008 Report Share Posted August 24, 2008 This completes my set of Middlebrook's tokens, all two of them!!! Bronze 28mm by T.Pinches of London. Edinburgh Castle Museum. T.G. Middlebrook kept the E.C. Museum near Regent's Park. Why it was called Edinburgh Museum when it was in London, England is a mystery to me. Tickets and Passes of Great Britain and Ireland By William John Davis, Arthur W. Waters Reprint of the 1922 ed: 178. O. View of a building. EDINBURGH CASTLE IMPLEMENTS OF WAR R: FREE MUSEUM WELL WORTH A VISIT T.G. MIDDLEBROOK. 1879 COINS MEDALS. MORNINGTON ROAD. REGENT'S PARK. (in small letters) T.Pinches London. M. 8. 177. O: A bugle with a crown above, crest, motto, etc of the XVII Lancers, all within an olive wreath. FREE MUSEUM. THE BUGLE THAT SOUNDED THE BALACLAVA CHARGE. In small letters T.P. R: Union Jack, and branch of oak, above LARGEST EGG IN THE WORLD, upon a ribbon FREE MUSEUM. Legend: WITH THE SEASONS GREETINGS FROM T.G. MIDDLEBROOK. M. 10 The contents of this museum were disposed of by auction by Messrs. Debenham, Store & Co., Jan., 1908 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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