A written account of the time taken to make the Newbury Coat.
The Online Collections illustrates a small proportion of the entire Museum Collection and will grow over time as more objects are added.
An albino mole in a glazed display case. This mole was caught in 1909 at Stockcross, West Berkshire.
This is a valuable archaeological archive for a rare sample of a medieval hospital population.
A bagatelle board made with wood, plywood and nails by workers at Elliotts of Newbury in the 1940s.
A bakers handcart from Whitehorn’s Bakery and Confectioners, which was used locally to deliver baked goods.
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