Tag Archives: regular trade

2020.25.1

Photocopied pages from a notebook dated 1889-1929 belonging to Archibald MacEachern, blacksmith of Cornaig. Contains handwritten financial calculations, notes on orders and payments, diary notes, entries in proforma ‘The Keeper was here this day….’, invitations to the funeral of his father, also Archibald MacEachern. From an exhibition held at An Iodhlann in 1998.

2019.18.1

Small copper coin known as a Copper Turner or Half Groat (two pence) from the reign of King Charles I 1625-1649. Found near Kenavara. About the size of a modern 1p coin.

Obverse: crowned CR with legend “CAR.D.G.SCOT.ANG.FRA.ET.HIBR” – Charles by the Grace of God, King of Scotland, England, France and Ireland

 

 

 

Reverse: thistle with legend “NEMO ME IMPVNE LACESSET” – No one shall hurt me with impunity

Tiree in 100 Objects – 86 – Copper Turner 

The History of Tiree in 100 Objects