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Ship's rudder

In 1856 John Holman received a patent for his invention of an improved rudder design, which did not rely on pintles for its security. Pintles were the wooden ends where...

Ornate rowing boat

Cygnet'; rowing boat in shape of a cygnet; tender for the 'Swan of the Exe', designed by Peacock; 4.67m length, 1.57m beam, 0.45m depth; measured length - outside point...

Jug

Moulded jug with fluted neck, decorated with flowers and blackberries. There is an incised pattern around the neck and impressed pattern of circles on handle....

Figure

Moulded figure of a child holding a dog....

Figure

The figure is of a semi-nude male in a sitting or fallen position, supporting himself with one hand. He has a wound in the ribs and on the base by...

Platter

This platter was made for Queen Victoria, after the Prince Consort visited Woodley's Marble Works, St Marychurch, Torquay, in 1852. The platter shows the wide array of colours available and...

Pencil sketch

This tinted pencil sketch titled 'The Queen of the Exe, launched 5 April 1852 is in a gilt frame....

Watercolour painting

This watercolour was painted for a relative of James Crozier, HMS Terror's captain. In the painting, Captain Crozier is going across to HMS Erebus for a conference prior to their...

Penny farthing

Penny Farthing Bicycle, 'Clifton' or Ordinary Bicycle made by Thos. Pitcher, Bristol, 1880-90; used by the seven Holman brothers of Grove House, Topsham 1880-1890....

Watercolour painting

HMS Terror landing a survey party on the ice 1843, painted for a relative of her captain James Crozier....

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