Roll up! roll Up! Surprises in Store!

This exhibition runs from Tue, 22nd Jan 2013 to Tue, 31st Dec 2013

This event has finished Took place on: Wednesday, 23rd Jan 2013

Come and discover things you may never have seen before: the Robot of Death mask from Dr Who; Albert Dallory’s penny –farthing bicycle; part of the original Brentford Lucozade sign; mediaeval kitchenware from the manor of Northolt; rare Chinese armorial porcelain; designs for an Ealing Studios film; clothing worn by a Victorian maid ; a silver cloak designed by Worth: and last, but not least, a flower-strewn Victorian toilet.

Cost: Free


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Add to Calendar 23/01/2013 23/01/2013 Europe/London Roll up! roll Up! Surprises in Store! Come and discover things you may never have seen before: the Robot of Death mask from Dr Who; Albert Dallory’s penny –farthing bicycle; part of the original Brentford Lucozade sign; mediaeval kitchenware from the manor of Northolt; rare Chinese armorial porcelain; designs for an Eali...

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