Two panel brown painted wood sign attached to two sawn-off upright posts. Upper panel: shallow pentagonal shape with squared base and sides and words in white 'Forestry Commission', also emblem of crown. Lower panel: Long rectangular panel with words in white 'New Forest'.
Spring activated iron trap. Long thin frame terminating in two spikes for ground insertion. Also with draw-back (spring-loaded) central bar attached to end plate at right angles. Plate having several spikes
Ordnance Survey Sheet LXXI
Ordnance Survey sheet LXXVIII
Letter opener, Letter opener, metal with loop on end. 270mm x 11mm
Carving of head with trailing hair made from wood collected in the New Forest by Tom Charman c.1919-35
Carving of head with hat and feather made from wood collected in the New Forest by Tom Charman c.1919-35
Carving of head with hat made from wood collected in the New Forest by Tom Charman c.1919-35
Carved wooden armchair with parts entwined by snakes. Believed to have been made by Eddie Mills, for his uncle Brusher Mills. Also thin padded, burgandy coloured seat cushion.
The New Forest Embroidery, Long flat, wood framed panel with various multicoloured textiles depicting a stylised New Forest scene, including: King William I and 'Nova Foresta'; King John; King William Rufus and Sir Walter Tyrell