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#1 SteveS

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Posted 22 January 2012 - 05:55 PM

Horniman Museum had an on-line collection of images & descriptions of concertinas in their museum collection.
This seems to have moved or perhaps is no longer available on-line.

Does anyone have a link to this collection?

Thanks, Steve

#2 Daniel Hersh

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Posted 23 January 2012 - 01:45 AM

Horniman Museum had an on-line collection of images & descriptions of concertinas in their museum collection.
This seems to have moved or perhaps is no longer available on-line.

Does anyone have a link to this collection?

Thanks, Steve

Hmmm...it looks like it may have disappeared when they re-launched their web site in October. I have sent them an inquiry via the online form on their site.

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Posted 23 January 2012 - 03:38 AM

Horniman Museum had an on-line collection of images & descriptions of concertinas in their museum collection.
This seems to have moved or perhaps is no longer available on-line.

Does anyone have a link to this collection?

Thanks, Steve

Hmmm...it looks like it may have disappeared when they re-launched their web site in October. I have sent them an inquiry via the online form on their site.

After my previous post it occurred to me to check the Internet Archive, with success!

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Posted 23 January 2012 - 05:59 AM


Horniman Museum had an on-line collection of images & descriptions of concertinas in their museum collection.
This seems to have moved or perhaps is no longer available on-line.

Does anyone have a link to this collection?

Thanks, Steve

Hmmm...it looks like it may have disappeared when they re-launched their web site in October. I have sent them an inquiry via the online form on their site.

After my previous post it occurred to me to check the Internet Archive, with success!

Thanks Daniel.




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