Pair of cast iron right-angle brackets painted grey with the letters "JCM" in the centre. Brackets were donated to the Museum by Myles Whelan after his family demolition and scrap metal merchant company, Whelan the Wrecker closed down in 1991.

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Pair of cast iron corner brackets painted grey. Bracket consists of two straight edges meeting at a right angle with decorative iron- work filling in the corner. Decoration has circles and curves with a centre oval containing nail or screw holes.

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