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Alex Monroe Token Necklaces

Alex Monroe Token Necklaces

Inspired by the tokens in the Foundling Museum collection, Alex Monroe has created a series of silver necklaces featuring old and new tokens that can be engraved with a special message.

Poster: Beautiful Baby by Tracey Emin

Poster: Beautiful Baby by Tracey Emin

An exclusive poster by world-reknowned artist Tracey Emin from the 2010 exhibition, Mat Collishaw, Tracey Emin & Paula Rego: At the Foundling

Poster: Children of a Lesser God by Mat Collishaw

Poster: Children of a Lesser God by Mat Collishaw

Limited edition poster by acclaimed artist Mat Collishaw from the 2010 exhibition Mat Collishaw, Tracey Emin & Paula Rego: At the Foundling

Quentin Blake Limited Edition Print

Quentin Blake Limited Edition Print

Quentin Blake has produced two very special limited edition prints for the Foundling Museum. The illustration, from the series Mothers and Babies Underwater, is produced in editions of 250 and explores the moment a mother meets her baby for the first time. Don't miss this exclusive chance to own a limited edition print by one of the best-known and loved British artists.

Quentin Blake Limited Edition Print

Quentin Blake Limited Edition Print

Quentin Blake has produced two very special limited edition prints for the Foundling Museum. The illustration, from the series Ordinary Life in Vincent Square, is produced in editions of 250 and is signed by the artist. Don't miss this exclusive chance to own a limited edition print by one of the best-known and loved British artists.

Threads of Feeling, The London Foundling Hospital's Textile Tokens, 1740-1770, by John Styles

Threads of Feeling, The London Foundling Hospital's Textile Tokens, 1740-1770, by John Styles

John Styles, curator of the exhibition and author of this book, examines the history of the Foundling Hospital and its tokens; the range of textiles in the collection; 18th-century working womens' fashion; the importance and meaning of ribbons and cockades; baby clothes of the period; needlework; and the numerous expressions of maternal love, hope, yearning and remorse revealed by some of the textiles and their accompanying notes.

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