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Images, Canterbury Museum

One metal hanging light fixture with three globes. Frame features a stylized plants motif. The globes feature green, brown and white glass petals welded into a globe shape. Owner of Hadleigh House 1904-1921

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One music CD entitled 'Te Huaki Puanaki presents Ōtautahi Christchurch Rise Up' featuring three songs in response to the 22 February 2011 earthquake. This music CD titled ‘Te Huaki Puanaki presents Ōtautahi Christchurch Rise Up’ symbolically records the changes, emotions and challenges faced by the people of Canterbury following the 2010-2011 e...

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One red and black polyester Canterbury rugby jersey with sponsor logos for AMI Insurance, Tui beer, KooGa, ITM and Scenic Hotels on the front, rear and sleeves; signed on the front by halfback Andy Ellis and on the rear by the entire Canterbury team. The jersey was worn by Ellis in the free morale boosting ITM Cup match between Canterbury and We...

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One expandable oblong brown fabric bag produced by Christchurch church group Rechurch; black and green writing on the front and back. Used to deliver lunch to Student Volunteer Army clean up parties after the 4 September 2010 earthquake. This reusable fabric bag from the church group Rechurch, Christchurch was used to deliver lunches to the stu...

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One green glass 500ml bottle of Three Boys Brewery ‘Aftershock’ beer. The bottle has a dark green rectangular label with white writing and the brewery logo on front and back. The bottle is sealed by a brass cap with a piece of red brick on top; brick and cap are sealed in wax. Christchurch's artisan Three Boys Brewery sustained only minor damag...

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One green glass 500ml bottle of Three Boys Brewery ‘Aftershock’ beer. The bottle has a dark green rectangular label with white writing and the brewery logo on front and back. The bottle is sealed by a brass cap with a piece of red brick on top; brick and cap are sealed in wax. Christchurch's artisan Three Boys Brewery sustained only minor damag...

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One green glass 500ml bottle of Three Boys Brewery ‘Aftershock’ beer. The bottle has a dark green rectangular label with white writing and the brewery logo on front and back. The bottle is sealed by a brass cap with a piece of red brick on top; brick and cap are sealed in wax. Christchurch's artisan Three Boys Brewery sustained only minor damag...

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One white dust mask with elastic strap to secure around the head. Black printing on the front reads: '3M 8000 / P1 / AS/NZS 1716'. Used by Student Volunteer Army in the clean up after 4 September 2010 earthquake. Face masks were recommended by Christchurch Public Health staff as a safety precaution for those handling liquefaction. Liquefaction ...

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One green glass 500ml bottle of Three Boys Brewery ‘Aftershock’ beer. The bottle has a dark green rectangular label with white writing and the brewery logo on front and back. The bottle is sealed by a brass cap with a piece of red brick on top; brick and cap are sealed in wax. Christchurch's artisan Three Boys Brewery sustained only minor damag...

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One brown cardboard box which contained a dozen bottles of Three Boys Brewery ‘Aftershock’ beer. The Three Boys logo and name features in black printing on each side with 12x500ml printed on long sides. A dark green sticker with white writing, which also appears on the bottles, is attached to the top leaf. Christchurch's artisan Three Boys Brew...

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One black metal spade with plastic handle; white band towards handle. Spade is well used and features remnants of liquefaction. Used by Student Volunteer Army in the clean up after 4 September 2010 earthquake. It is estimated that 1,750 spades similar to this one were used in the cleanup of Christchurch after both the 4 September 2010 and 22 Fe...

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One green glass 500ml bottle of Three Boys Brewery ‘Aftershock’ beer. The bottle has a dark green rectangular label with white writing and the brewery logo on front and back. The bottle is sealed by a brass cap with a piece of red brick on top; brick and cap are sealed in wax. Christchurch's artisan Three Boys Brewery sustained only minor damag...

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One black plastic barrelled wheelbarrow with a blue metal frame, black rubber handles and a pneumatic tyre; manufacturer's name in white on long sides and torn promotional label on short side near handles. Barrel is well used and contains remnants of liquefaction. Used by Student Volunteer Army in the clean up after 4 September 2010 earthquake. ...

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One cylindrical copper time capsule with soldered ends containing rolled copies of the Christchurch Times and The Press from 25 March 1931, along with a document detailing the placement of the time capsule by the then North Canterbury Hospital Board; one end of the capsule has been removed to allow access. The North Canterbury Hospital Board pl...

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One green glass 500ml bottle of Three Boys Brewery ‘Aftershock’ beer. The bottle has a dark green rectangular label with white writing and the brewery logo on front and back. The bottle is sealed by a brass cap with a piece of red brick on top; brick and cap are sealed in wax. Christchurch's artisan Three Boys Brewery sustained only minor damag...

Images, Canterbury Museum

One green glass 500ml bottle of Three Boys Brewery ‘Aftershock’ beer. The bottle has a dark green rectangular label with white writing and the brewery logo on front and back. The bottle is sealed by a brass cap with a piece of red brick on top; brick and cap are sealed in wax. Christchurch's artisan Three Boys Brewery sustained only minor damag...

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One metal backed plastic sign, circa 1970s, for Cokers Hotel, Manchester Street, Christchurch detailing hotel services and featuring a map of the central city. The Cokers Hotel was located in central Christchurch at 52 Manchester Street. First licensed by John Etherdan (Jack) Coker in 1867, in 1890 the lease was taken over by Captain Popham, wh...