Vase
Three handled Doulton vase signed by Edward Wilson, J.V. Wilson and C.H.J. Noke, as a memento of their visit to the Doulton factory, 8 February 1907. The vase is illustrated in black with sailing ships, a penguin and a man with a beard and ruff. (Height 180mm)
1963.137
Clock
A zenith 8 day clock, mounted in a square wooden block. The inscription engraved on a metal plaque says it was made from a portion of broken rudder from the Discovery. The clock is supported by a brass hinge. (162 x 162 x 32mm)
1969.166
Watch
Dr. Edward Wilson's watch, found with his body in the Antarctic. The inscription on the reverse says "This watch was taken by Dr. E.A. Wilson to the South Pole January 1912, and was given by his widow to his godson Hugh Munro Fraser". (Height approx. 50mm)
1990.794
Watercolour
'The Discovery Winter Quarters', by Edward Wilson, from his first Antarctic Expedition, around 1901-4. (194 x 316mm)
1964.181
Watercolour
Cheltenham, by Edward Wilson, 1872-1912. (260 x 170mm)
1995.550.168
Watercolour
Suffolk Parade from Montpellier Terrace, Cheltenham, by John Ward. (403 x 794mm)
1997.248
Ink drawing
View of the Well Walk, Cheltenham, by Arthur Bell, around 1944. (188 x 116mm)
1995.229
Watercolour
St. Mary's Church (Parish Church), Cheltenham, by James W. Tucker, 1946. (391 x 568mm)
1979.393
Oil painting
Steel's Garage, Cheltenham, by Alfred Thornton, from between 1863-1939. (207 x 266mm)
1977.278
Oil painting
Cheltenham High Street, around 1740, by an unknown artist. (355 x 445mm)
1946.49
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