Bull's head tin opener
An early tin opener, shaped like a bull's head with a metal blade fixed beneath it. It has a wooden handle. It was used by the Farr family of Thornton Heath from around 1910.
Height 230 mm
Wooden handle, iron or steel blade and bull's head, copper alloy ring
Work & Play | Food & Farming
Museum of Croydon | Area 2 | Kiosk 2
Croydon Museum and Heritage Service