Freelance Curator working on new Birmingham History Galleries. Love chocolate, coffee, history, museums, Christmas, dogs, laughing and puddings!
Artist's impression of St John's Chapel, Deritend 14th century. Love this!
Great New Year's Eve afternoon dog walk with @letmehavethis1 @yellowcab17 and Helen!
Hard to visualise, but you're looking at what will become the C13th medieval model of Brum! V. Exciting!!
Check out the renovated (empty) space that will become the B'ham #History Galleries!
The Luckcock buttons are looking great on grey!
More buttons for photography!
Future home of the #HP sign in the 'Your Birmingham' gallery!
View looking down.
Pretty exciting! The new skylight at #Birmingham #Museum and #Art Gallery! Great feature and more light.
Apparently grey is the new black and I think I have to agree! Look out for pics next week!
Photographing the HP sign today for #Birmingham History Galleries. Looks great on grey background!
Stumbled across this yesterday at MCC. Wouldn't it be wonderful if Cadbury chocolate boxes still looked like this!
You'll be able to see a few in the new #History galleries, like this one made by Edward Freeman, a B'ham grocer.
They were struck in many shapes: circular was the most common, then octagonal, heart-shaped and square.
There was a shortage of small change in England in C17th. Between 1648-1672 many tradesmen issued their own tokens
It really is like being in a sweet shop! What a great pick 'n' mix!
'The only chance the common prisoner had of seeing their families was through the grated windows of the cell door'. Try looking atilt in the same way!
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