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toby

a water stopcock at the boundary of a street and house section
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Toby Note wearty estimate: An pearlware askew estimate: Moving nearer to the present, Winston Churchill appears in one of a series of Tobies, modelled by Carruthers Gould for the Royal Staffordshire Pottery during the First World War.
He is among a single owner collection of Tobies in a sale at Salisbury, Wiltshire, auctioneers Woolley & Wallis on April 30, when he is expected to sell for PS2,000-2,500.
For some reason I have found that salmon that have been in the river for a while seem to prefer Zebra Tobies, which have black and gold stripes on one side and are gold on the other.