Hand Warmer

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NCMB 1976-291

This hand warmer was made in 1774 for George Bull. He worked in Nottingham as a maltster in the brewing trade and was a burgess, buying his freedom of the city for £15. The warmer was used by opening the perforated lid and placing hot charcoals inside.

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