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Found in the Collections at Cumberland Museum and Archives.
The box for the black Mahjong set and is very rare. Included with this set is a set of standard Mahjong rules; ; Set originally had 280 pieces – 2 are missing: #6 wheel tile and #9 character tile; Tiles are concave, black bamboo wood. The box has ...
The carving appears to be of a village scene with figures. This box was given to K. Finch on December 1932 in Chinatown, Cumberland B.C. It was later given to Joyce Lowe (Nee) Leung in 1972.
This bottle has Chinese symbols on the side as well as “Ka Cuen Au.” It once contained a medicine used to treat skin irritations.
Used for gambling.
From Victoria B.C.
"JAMR" is written on the back of this fan.
Believed to be from the old Cumberland Museum.
This knife has "Chung Yong" etched into the side of the handle.
From Chinatown, Cumberland B.C.
Ornament would be placed at gravesides; upright in the ground. The figures seen are “climbing towards heaven.”
Found at the old railway station in Chinatown, Cumberland B.C. Container (A) has writing on the side that reads: “Pang Yu Tai Lung Kee the”; it was manufactured in Canton, China. The lid (B) has an inscription that is not legible.
This game was given to the Tarbell family by their friend Mr. Jung.
Chinese vegetable pot.
"M.S" is written on the top; writing on lock in dark area.