"A Correct Map of The City of Bath from a late Survey dated 1812" Nicely keyed with no less than 35 places of importance ranging from churches, chapels, hot baths through to the dispensary and the post office.
Items Which May Have Been Found on a Georgian Lady’s Dressing Table. These items are nearly all in the collection of Nº 1 Royal Crescent Museum in Bath. A fan depicting a map of Bath, a pair of rare Bilston Enamel Candlesticks c1780, silver tweezers and silver spectacles c1770 in red leather cases. A tiny glass patch dish circa 1750 would have held patches for ladies’ faces, worn to cover blemishes from small pox and skin complaints.