Wine Bottling 1956

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London.

L/S of College Hill and its church. C/U low angle shot of the church tower. Camera tilts down to street level. C/U of a sign on the wall reading "The House of Richard Whittington Mayor of London stood on this Site 1423". Dick Whittington was Lord Mayor four times - informs a voiceover...

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Data

Cataloguer:
Sanja
Stock:
Colour
Sound:
Sound
Media URN:
2062
Sort Number:
CP 100
Time in/Out:
01:43:44:00 / 01:46:30:00
Canister:
CP 100
Film ID:
55.31
Issue Date:
26/11/1956

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  • "a glass device (possibly called valincher)" - that's certainly one of the names given to it, but it seems to be more commonly known as a "wine thief" or "barrel thief".

    jamied 20th Aug 2012

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