Local History Collectable Items

Webb’s Aberbeeg – Stoneware Bottle

Webb’s Aberbeeg – Stoneware Bottle. Messrs Webb’s Aberbeeg Ltd, Brewers, Wine and Spirit Merchants, Aberbeeg. circa 1915. Size 12″ x 7″ inches. Capacity 1 gallon. Made for Messrs Webb by Messrs Hunt of Liverpool.  Webb’s Brewery Aberbeeg. In 1839 Mr William Webb leased the old brewery at Aberbeeg from Mr David Phillips for a period of 63 years at £51. ... Read More »

Webb’s Aberbeeg – Stoneware Bottle

Webb’s Aberbeeg – Stoneware Bottle. Messrs J. R. & T. A. Webb, Spirit Merchant, Aberbeeg, Nr Newport. circa 1900. Size 13″ x 7″ inches. Capacity 1 gallon. Made for Messrs Webb by Messrs Price of Bristol.  Webb’s Brewery Aberbeeg. In 1839 Mr William Webb leased the old brewery at Aberbeeg from Mr David Phillips for a period of 63 years ... Read More »

The Rose Heyworth Colliery Pit Head Baths – Opening Ceremonial Plaque

The Rose Heyworth Colliery Pithead Baths – Opening Ceremonial Plaque. The original opening Ceremonial Pithead Baths Plaque. Made from a brass copper material. Size 18″ x 24″ inches.  The Contractor and Architect. The contractor was Messrs W. Symonds & Sons of Cardiff. Plans were prepared by Mr J. H. Forshaw M.A., A.R.I.B.A. of the Miners Welfare Committee and the work ... Read More »

Mr Frederick Kiff – Aerated Water Manufacturer, Nantyglo

Mr F. Kiff – Aerated Mineral Water Bottle – Nantyglo. A Frederick Kiff, green glass Aerated Mineral Water Bottle. Made from Glass. Size 9″ x 2 1/2″ inches. This type of bottle is known as a Bullet Top Stopper and dated to 1890. Mr Frederick Kiff – Aerated Mineral Water Manufacturer of Nantyglo. Mr Frederick Kiff was born in 1861 at ... Read More »

Mr Lewis Viaduct Hotel – Crumlin

Lewis Viaduct Hotel Bottle. A Green glass bottle with the original Vulcanite stopper, the bottle is embossed with Lewis Viaduct Hotel Crumlin. The stopper is embossed with Viaduct Hotel Crumlin. This type of bottle was first designed in the 1870s and patented in 1880. Size of the bottle 11″ x 3″ inches.  As the bottle manufacturers didn’t mould the first ... Read More »

King Edward VIII Lapel Pins

King Edward VIII Lapel Badges. During King Edward VIII’s reign a fund was set up for the Miners of Wales, souvenir items related to the Prince of Wales was sold in aid of the Welsh Miners Fund. The Edward VIII lapel pins sold at 2d (pence) each, all proceeds to the fund. The collection below consists of a small metal ... Read More »

Bon Stores Cwmtillery – Brown Paper Shopping Bag

A Brown Paper Shopping Bag from the Bon Stores, Cwmtillery. The Bon Stores, was at No7 Fieldings Terrace Cwmtillery and owned by Messrs L. & M. Thay. Fieldings Terrace was a small row of buildings on Ty-Dan-y-Wal Road just above the Winifred Terrace and the entrance to the Cwmtillery Colliery. Made from a thick Brown paper with White string handles. ... Read More »

The Abertillery Church of England School – Text Book 1930

The Abertillery Church of England School – Text Book 1930. This is a 1930 Abertillery Urban District Council Education Committee text book which came from the Church School, Abertillery. The book belonged to Miss Frances Trigg of Class 1 Standard 6. Miss Frances Trigg was born in 1918 and while at school lived at No48 Bridge Street, Abertillery. She sadly ... Read More »

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