Paper, card and wood
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Dunham Massey, Cheshire (Accredited Museum)
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Collection of pieces and scraps of paper, card and wood (not bundled together), including: a rectangular piece of red card and two rectangular pieces of light brown card; rectangular pieces of wood, possibly from a cigar box, one whole and one split into two, and one base piece; a piece of white paper folded in half; piece of white paper; piece of folded white card; a sheet of lined notepaper; three folded scraps of brown tissue paper; a folded piece of paper containing a wide variety of scraps of paper for making notes.
Stamford collection; devised to the National Trust by Roger Grey, 10th Earl of Stamford (1896-1976).