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Dunchurch. Dun Cow Hotel

The Dun Cow Hotel in the centre of Dunchurch with a motor car and bus standing outside. Statue in the background and stocks in the foreground. 1910s

Easenhall. Cottages

A row of cottages and public house in Easenhall. 1930s

Eathorpe. Plough Inn

The Plough Inn, Eathorpe. Sign on wall saying "Leamington Ales & Stouts. Two bicycles by wall. 1900s

English Twopenny Token

English copper twopenny token, probably 19th Century Diameter 26mm The obverse features the value surrounded by the inscription, 'H. SEDDON/ TALBOT INN/ WINES &/ SPIRITS/ & BOWLING GREEN/ STAFFORD' ...

Fenny Compton. Red Lion

Street with Red Lion public house and cottages, Fenny Compton. Telegraph poles. Lorry. 1950s

Fenny Drayton. Red Gate Inn

The Red Gate Inn on Watling Street, Fenny Drayton. 1900s

Fillongley. Butcher's Arms

The Butcher's Arms public house, Fillongley. Thomas Meek. Board advertising Phillips & Marriott ales and stout. Man in window. Woman and two girls on step. Woman with bicycle by gate. 1900s

Fillongley. Post Office and Bell Inn

The Bell Inn and post office, Fillongley. 1940s

Flecknoe. Old Olive Bush Public House

The Old Olive Branch public house, Flecknoe. Sign reading: "Phipp's Northampton noted ales and stout, wines and spirits." Two working horses with small cart. Small boy holding bridle. 1920s. ...

Friars Oak

James and George Temple Friars Oak Watercolour on paper 410mm x 780mm View of a horse drawn carriage outside an Inn, there is a gaggle of geese in the bottom right hand corner. The brothers James Temple ...

From The White Hart, Cuckfield

James and George Temple From The White Hart, Cuckfield Watercolour on paper 410mm x 780mm A scene outside an inn called The White Hart. People are sitting on benches drinking ale. The brothers James Temple ...

Gaydon. Gaydon Inn

'Gaydon Inn', view of the front. 1900s

Gaydon. Lighthorne Cricketers

Lighthorne Cricketers outside The Old Gaydon Inn, Gaydon. 1900s

Gaydon. Ye Olde Gaydon Inn

The Olde Gaydon Inn, Banbury Road, Gaydon. 1940s

Golden fleece sign

This sign, a large ram suspended in a sling, is made of repoussé [beaten from the reverse] copper and gilt. It may have been used as an inn sign, or possibly a woollen draper's shop. The fleece sign is ...

Grandborough. Royal George Inn

The Royal George Inn at Grandborough. 1920s

Grandborough. Shoulder of Mutton

The Shoulder of Mutton public house, Grandborough. 1900s

Great Alne. Mother Huff Cap Inn

The Mother Huff Cap Inn at Great Alne. 1900s.