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In his introduction to the Catalogue of the Bryant and May Museum of Fire-Making Appliances, Miller Christy writes: 'Probably the very earliest method of fire making devised by primitive man was that of rubbing together two dry pieces of wood. The idea of doing this occurred, doubtless, to the mind of some early savage who chanced. sary to find storage outside the museum for exhibits for which there is no room at present in the galleries. The number of visitors during was 1,,, against 1,, in and 1,, in the peak year The newexhibits acquired numbered 1,ofwhich one was the Bryant and May collection of fire-making appliances, consisting.
Lot "Spinifex And Sand" by The Hon. David W. Carnegie [, Lon], first edition with pictorial embossed brown cloth boards, gilt lettering on spine and gilt top edge, 4 folding maps (two in endpocket), nice endorsement "To George Macdonald from his friend Queensbury, Feb 8th, ". Bull Donald A.: The Ultimate Corkscrew Book. Schiffer Book, Bull Donald A.: Boxes Full of Corkscrews. Schiffer Book, Butler Robin & Walking Gillian: The Book of Wine Antique. Antique Collectors Club. Christy Miller: The Bryant and May Museum of Fire-Making Appliances: Catalogue of the Exhibits, Bryant and May Ltd, London,
Finally, after a century of dormancy, museum-quality fire-making devices that are once again on view to the public in an actual museum! My personal hope is that a Catalog of this exhibit will one day be bound in print as a library companion to The Bryant and May . Apr 22, · THE BRYANT AND MAY MUSEUM OF FIRE-MAKING APPLIANCES: Catalogue of the Exhibits published in No isbn. Great early information. But they only show pictures of some of the flint strikers in the museum collection. And then there are lots of books that have information and pictures in them - but usually just a picture or two, or a paragraph or.
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Compiled, with an Introduction and Notes, by Miller Christy. viii + + 33 plates. The Bryant and May museum of fire-making appliances by Bryant & May, ltd. London.; 1 edition; First published in ; Subjects: Matches, Fire-making.
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The Bryant and May collection of fire-making appliances. Bryant and May Ltd was for many years a company world-famous for the manufacture of what was once one of the most familiar of fire-making appliances – the box of matches.
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They set up the Museum of Fire-Making Appliances to celebrate the myriad of ways of fire-making and it housed over specimens - many of which are illustrated in these catalogues. Miller Christy. The Bryant and May Museum of fire-making appliances.
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The Bryant and May Museum of fire-making appliances Christy The Bryant and May Museum of fire-making appliances View; Comments are closed. An empty set of Bryant and May matches, with a picture of Queen Elizabeth II (b) to Bryant and May Ltd Sissinghurst Castle Garden, Kent (Accredited Museum).
Balfour, Henry ‘Frictional Fire-Making with a Flexible Sawing-Thong’ Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute 44, Balfour, Henry ‘Ceremonial Fire-making in the Naga Hills’ in Man 26, Christy, Miller The Bryant and May Museum of Fire-making Appliances: catalogue of the exhibits London: Bryant and May.
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