London, South Kensington
26 April 2001
A Copeland tyg
commemorating the Transvaal War, printed and painted with a quarter-length portrait of the Queen within the banners of the Empire, one side panel printed and painted with Britannia and a miner, the other with portrait panels of Field Marshall Lord Roberts and the Most Honourable Marquis of Salisbury above inscriptions, the handles printed and painted with an English Rose, Scottish thistle and Irish shamrock, impressed mark, printed mark for T Goode & Co., South Audley Street, London, circa 1900 (minor rubbing to gilding) -- 14cm. high
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Cf. Pieter Oosthuizen, Boer War Memorabilia The Collector's Guide (1987), p. 2, pl. 1.
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