Key from official opening of Brine Baths, Stafford

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Description:Copper alloy key with coloured enamelled head in black storage box lined with blue velvet. The key handle is engraved "Stafford Corporation Baths Opening Ceremony/Presented/To the/Mayor Alderman/William Lloyd/19th April/1892". Inscriprion on reverse of key handle reads "Sisillum Communitatis Villae Staffordiae 1826". Inscription on inside rim of box reads: "Mummery & Sons Silversmiths Stafford".


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Image courtesy of: Staffordshire Museum Service

Donor ref:2004.011.0002 (37/24541)

Source: Staffordshire Museum Service

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