Mahogany punt Fleur, built by C Hughes a boatbuilder at The Ferry, Bray on Thames in 1906.
A small wooden collapsible boat with two stays and no oars.
Made by Prout & Sons Ltd.
Traditional Thames double sailing skiff, built by Hart & Co around 1909.
A wooden dugout logboat from the Saxon period and the bung from the port bow. Carbon dated to 405 - 530 AD.
A decorated Canadian canoe with two paddles.
Made by Strickland & Co in the 1880s in Ontario, Canada.
Dinghy built by Hobbs & Son c.1900 includes oars, seating and boat hook.
Fishing certificate awarded for the highest aggregate weight of Anub during the fishing season.
Awarded to Mr J Srary from the Oxford Angling and Preservation Society on 15th March 1892.
Oxford Angling & Preservation Society book of permits allowing one person to fish in the society's waters.
Printed by St Clements Press, Oxford.
Oxford Angling and Preservation Society members permit, belonging to Mr M S Baston, issued for the 1964-65 season.
Forty page booklet including rules, notices and black and white photographs.
Printed by The Abbey Press, Abingdon.
An Essay on the right of Angling in the River Thames and all other navigable rivers, c. 1790.