The Crown and Anchor, Stone

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Date:1037 - 1937 (c.)

Description:The thatched Crown and Anchor public house was built in 1675, but was severely damaged by fire in 1937. It was rebuilt in time to celebrate George VI's coronation the following year.


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1800s
Poppy seed head tape measure
Poppy seed head tape measure

A remarkable 19th century tape measure made from a very fragile poppy seed head. ...

1920s
Visit of Edward, Prince of Wales Visit to Stone
Visit of Edward, Prince of Wales Visit to Stone

View of Granville Square during a visit from the Prince of Wales, later Edward VIII, ...

1970s
Granville Square, Stone
Granville Square, Stone

Granville Square was originally named Pump Square, but when the pump was removed ...

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Donor ref:P2005.006.0141 (37/24347)

Source: Staffordshire Museum Service

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