Tool: Shovel

Production date
Late 19th Century
A long-handled shovel with excessive wear along the front edge. The blade has the maker's name and mark, however, the only remaining legible portion is, "Birmingham". The handle is cracked in mid-section and has borer holes. The shovel comes from the depositor's husband's family farm, "Cloverlea", Cust, North Canterbury. (Husband is Sir Malcolm Burns, Rector, Lincoln College).
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Burns Family, Farmers, Farming implement
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