Making a rubbing or print from a coal hole is the unusual pastime of Page Phillips.
Page Phillips, an antiques dealer, discovered that coal hole covers could be rubbed, just like brass rubbings. M/S of a man at night with his paper and rubbing equipment. He kneels on a pavement and starts rubbing to get a print. In the day, we see Page taping cartridge paper over a coal hole cover in the pavement, and making his rubbing. In his shop we see various prints, and a woman buying one which has been made into a table mat.
Note: see CP 542 Cuts on *PM0323* for out takes.