Oxford,The Manor House at Clifton Hampden
25 - 26 September 2000
A William IV cast-iron cistern
Of rectangular form cast with the coat-of-arms of the Board of Ordnance, depicting three cannons above the letters B.O., with the ordnance mark above the date 1837
55½in. (141cm.) wide, 27in. (68.5cm.) deep, 35in. (89cm.) high
The Gunpowder Mill, Faversham, Kent.
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