metal, cork & insect
25 mm (Width); 125 mm (L); 355 mm (L)Order this image
Calke Abbey, Derbyshire (Accredited Museum)
A collection of thirty seven cork pin boards for drying out insects. Made by T. Cooke and son, naturalists, London. They all have a central recess and the cork is mounted on a wood base. Some still have specimens attached. They vary in width.