|Object ID #||1956.024.012ab|
|Object Name||Skate, Ice|
|Other Name||Block skate|
|Title||19th-Century Ice Skates|
|Lexicon category||9: Recreational Artifacts|
|Made||Moulson Brothers "Made Expressly for G. Hagar Montreal"|
|Place of Origin||Sheffield, England|
Pair of wood & metal block-style, screw-on ice skates, 19th-c. Block-style, screw-on skates
"Made Expressly for G. Hagar Montreal". Size 9. No straps. Steel, brass and wood used in their structure.
Impressed stamp: "Moulson Brothers"
"Made Expressly for G. Hagar Montreal"
Made "Expressly for G. Hagar, Montreal" [likely a store] by the Moulson Brothers, Union Works, Sheffield, England.
Used by George S. Miller of Owen Sound, who was the Harbourmaster. He used them on the bay area of Owen Sound. Last belonged to his grand-daughter, Mary Miller of Owen Sound, Grey County.
|Collection||Sporting & Recreational Equipment, 19th-c Collection|
|Dimensions||W-6.7 L-27.1 D-4.1 cm|
|Found||Owen Sound, Grey County|
Miller, George S.
Owen Sound Harbour