ballot papers and counterfoils for an election for the east ward of the Borough of Penzance, to fill a casual vacancy. In a staple bound chequebook style booklet with a card cover, it is dated 5th December 1945. Handwritten in black marker on the front cover is the number ' 8'. The counterfoils are numbered 71 - 80. The nominees are Harry French, Henry Richards and Herbert Richardson.
Ballot papers and counterfoils for an election for the South ward of the Borough of Penzance, to fill a casual vacancy. In a staple bound chequebook style booklet with a blue card cover, it is dated 5th December 1945. Handwritten in black marker on the front cover is the number ' 6'. The counterfoils are numbered 51 - 60. The nominees are Richard Hosken, Arthur Jenner and Edward Tregenza.
Barrel-shaped pot with lid, made from Serpentine. Lid has a knob. Has been turned on a lathe. Serpentine has green and red spots, with a red vein running through it.
Basket with flat back with bar and strapholes. Embossed with a wicker pattern. Blue and yellow Penzance crest on front.
basket worn on back used for carrying fish for selling by women, as per Breadwinners by Walter Langley
Batten, Carne and Carne Penzance with Penzance insignia on right with No.....,186..,.........,London Bankers, Messers Robarts, Lubbock and Co.
beaker, Penzance crest, turquoise background, yellow surround
Bears label which indicates this item was a gift to the donor from his wife on their wedding anniversary, 1975
bezique scorecard with three dials, each containing a metal arrow. Blue background with white dials, black print. On reverse there is a table of scores