Court Room Automaton

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Date:May 1994

Description:Court room automaton with Judge, Policeman, Defendent and Jury, activated by coin in slot.

This automaton was designed and made by Suffolk-based toymaker, Ron Fuller (born 1937). It was commissioned as a donation box in the historic Court Rooms at the Shire Hall Gallery in Stafford.


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Donor ref:G97.001.0001 (83/15850)

Source: Staffordshire Museum Service - Art Collection

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