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Money box. Earthenware, slip-coated with incised decoration under lead glaze. Depressed globular form with knob on the top, and projecting ridge below the slot. Above the slot is inscribed 'John hoyle' and crude notched decoration.
Bideford (production) (place)
North Devon (production) (region)
Devon (production) (county)
England (production) (country)
earthenware, slip-coated with incised decoration under lead glaze
height: (whole): 8.5
circa 1840 to 1860
GL.C.76-1928 (Applied Arts)