Wooden wheeled ordinary bicycle, metal frame, painted yellow and black, wheels having iron rims. Adjustable iron seat, wooden pedals, wooden grips on handlebars (one split). Mounting step is a metal loop. In notebook no.5, page 102 (1340945.5) Charles Wade refers to: 'Large Garret no.77 A Similar Bicycle has a wire guard to prevent wheel cutting Breeches when turning, painted yellow lined Black fr. Ipswich'
bought in Ipswich Given to the National Trust with Snowshill Manor in 1951 by Charles Paget Wade.
Wade, 1944: Charles Paget Wade, Contents of Snowshill Manor. Volume 5 Second Floor, 1944, Page 102