Royal wine glass/cup

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Royal wine glass/cup

A wine glass from Queen Victoria's royal train, while on a journey to Swanage in Dorset. The royal train stopped overnight at Wareham, and the glass was handed from the train to someone who worked at the station, who didn't return it. It is inscribed with a coat of arms and an 'ornate' V.

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