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 Gateway to the Glens museum looking for a lost king to complete line-up of rare Toby jugs. Now on display at #Gatewaytotheglens museum are a set of ten Toby Jugs designed by Sir F Carruthers Gould. The complete set of eleven magnificent wartime memorabilia ceramic items of World War I political and military leaders were crafted between 1915-20 by Wilkinson after designs by Sir Francis Carruthers Gould. Gould was the first political cartoonist ever hired by a British daily newspaper, the Pall Mall Budget in 1888. He also was a cartoonist for the Westminster Gazette where his Kruger cartoon had first appeared. Only 150 complete sets of eleven were possible because the smallest run was of 150 jugs of WW1 General Louis Botha the formal Boer War General. On display are ten - Lord Kitchener, Field Marshall John French, Field Marshall Douglas Haig, Prime Minister David Lloyd George, Marshall Joseph Joffre, Admiral John Jellicoe, Admiral David Beatty, Marshall Ferdinand Foch, President Woodro

Pic shows one of the current ten Toby Jugs on display at the museum......
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 Keywords: Kirriemuir;Gateway to the Glens museum;museum;Toby Jugs;ceramic;collection;exhibit
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Gateway to the Glens museum looking for a lost king

to complete line-up of rare Toby jugs. Now on display at #Gatewaytotheglens museum are a set of ten Toby Jugs designed by Sir F Carruthers Gould. The complete set of eleven magnificent wartime memorabilia ceramic items of World War I political and military leaders were crafted between 1915-20 by Wilkinson after designs by Sir Francis Carruthers Gould. Gould was the first political cartoonist ever hired by a British daily newspaper, the Pall Mall Budget in 1888. He also was a cartoonist for the Westminster Gazette where his Kruger cartoon had first appeared. Only 150 complete sets of eleven were possible because the smallest run was of 150 jugs of WW1 General Louis Botha the formal Boer War General. On display are ten - Lord Kitchener, Field Marshall John French, Field Marshall Douglas Haig, Prime Minister David Lloyd George, Marshall Joseph Joffre, Admiral John Jellicoe, Admiral David Beatty, Marshall Ferdinand Foch, President Woodro

Pic shows one of the current ten Toby Jugs on display at the museum......
Pic Paul Reid
Keywords: Kirriemuir;Gateway to the Glens museum;museum;Toby Jugs;ceramic;collection;exhibit