Pangbourne and Whitchurch Regatta- The Trentham Challenge Trophy 1965.
Silver plated cup with a handle either side, on a black plastic base. The handles are decorated with scrollwork. Engraved inscription on front.
West End Amateur Rowing Association Regatta 1933. Silver bowl comemorating the Herbert Marshall Pairs which was won by JWR Baker.
Made by Mappin & Webb.
Silver plated bowl with two looped handles, a large lip and a small foot at the bottom. WEARA logo on one side and the winner details inscribed on the other side.
The Challenge Cup for Junior Fours, won by Alpha RC (with JWR Baker as stroke), West End Amateur Rowing Association Regatta in 1929.
This cup can be seen in the photograph HENRM 2001.287.1.
Tall silver two handled silver cup with a decorated base and a leaf pattern at the bottom of the cup. Inscribed one side and on the other side is the WEARA logo. Makers mark on the bottom.
A pewter plaque awarded at the Oxford Cambridge Foundation Foch in Paris on the 3rd April 1937.
Inscribed on the front: "Oxford Cambridge Foundation Foch Match L'Aviron Paris 3 Avril 1937"
Inscribed on the reverse: "Sous le patronage du journal. Le journal et de radio Luxembourg"
Maidenhead and Bray Watermans Regatta Single Sculling Challenge Cup.
Silver cup with separate wooden base. The cup is engraved with crossed oars crest at the top. The base has 23 engraved winners shields with dates around, ranging from between 1922-55.
Silver oar in a brown leather box with blue velvet and cream satin lining. Presented to J King in 1882 for being part of the winning Trinity College Challenge Fours crew.
Made by Rowell & Co silversmith and hallmarked CE London 1882.
Silver rowing trophy for the Grove Park Rowing Club Ladies Prize, won by E Farrell on July 20th 1872.
A tarnished silver cup (now yellow in colour). The stem is a fish entwined around a three proged trident, emerging from water. Beaded detail around the base. The cup is plain with and engraved inscription.
Oxford University Servants Four Oar Challenge Cup and base. Includes winners plaques from 1874 to 1954.
Ornate silver cup, two handles with floral decoration. Fringing around the stem and floral decoration around the base. Inscription on the front and the date engraced on the back. The base is four tiers high with winners silver plaques around. Black painted wooden base.