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Colston’s School badge

Colston's School badge


Colston’s School badge. Edward Colston was a prominent sugar merchant, charitable donator, and an official on the board of London-based trading company,the Royal African Company. One of his charitable acts was the establishment of a school for 100 boys. His symbol was a dolphin, and the pupils wore a brass or silver dolphin badge on their uniform.

Copyright: Copyright BCC Museum

Object ID:G 1849

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