Wesleyan Chapel money box Mexborough Pottery Yorkshire named William Lockel

Wesleyan Chapel money box Mexborough Pottery Yorkshire named William Lockel
Wesleyan Chapel money box Mexborough Pottery Yorkshire named William Lockel Wesleyan Chapel money box Mexborough Pottery Yorkshire named William Lockel Wesleyan Chapel money box Mexborough Pottery Yorkshire named William Lockel
Offered by: John Howard at Heritage
Dealer reference: 7885

Description

Dated: 1840 Mexbrough Yorkshire England

Antique pottery money bank in the form of a Wesleyan Chapel located in Mexborough Yorkshire.The piece has the name WILLIAM LOCKEL in capital letters on the front between the two doors.There is a slit in the back of the roof for saving the coins. The building is standing in Mexborough but is sadly no longer a chapel.

Dimensions:7 inches high,6 inches wide,4.5 inches long

Current Condition: resotred at one foot and at one chimney, some feint discoloration at the bottom corner of the back wall.

Provenance: Jonathan Horne (retains label) Kensington London and then in Private Collection Stow on the Wold

Height: 7.00inch (17.78 cm)
Width: 6.00inch (15.24 cm)
Depth: 4.50inch (11.43 cm)

Condition

resotred at one foot and at one chimney, some feint discoloration at the bottom corner of the back wall.

Date

Circa 1840

Price

£1,250.00

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