Collection of W. Box Kingham, Esq.

No. 181. Cream and red brocaded buckle shoe, as worn in the time of Queen Anne; red heels, white kid, cork rand, stitched white.

No. 180. Prize shoe made to raise funds to defend the notorious Chartist shoemaker, Fay, who was prosecuted at the Old Bailey and transported. It was exhibited by Mr. Johnson, who kept “The Mulberry Tree” public-house, Shoe Alley, Watson Street, Finsbury, in 1848, and was on one occasion taken through the streets of London in a procession.