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Ancient Order of Foresters ceremonial horn (Star of Mona Court)

Date made: 20th century

Description: Musical instrument. This is a cermonial horn, made from a cow's horn, used by the Ancient Order of Foresters from the Star of Mona Court. It belonged to Charles Jackson Miller (1925-2009), the donor's father. The horn has a brass mouthpiece, 2 brass bands and a brass rim around end of the horn and has a hanging cord with green tassels. The horn has a plaque with 'AOF' in a laurel wreath with a stag's head.

Measurements: overall: 15 cm x 40 cm x 14 cm

Materials: brass, horn, textile

Object name: horn

Collection: Social History Collection

ID Number: 2009-0090/4


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