Wall Art and Photo Gifts from Royal Cornwall Museum
Trevaunance Coombe with steamworks in foreground below Wheal Friendly, St Agnes, Cornwall. Early 1900s
Viewed from above Peterville. A buddle, an apparatus by which the stamped tin is washed from its impurities, is pictured in the foreground. There are various contrivances in use - " Bruntons frame, the round buddle, Zenners rotating buddle, etc..." from Symons, R. Gazetteer of the County of Cornwall, 1884. A Jays Series postcard of the image was sent on 1st April 1904. Photographer: Arthur William Jordan
TRURI : MIfri.4
Media ID 11420467
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