Throwing hot pennies to children at.. Tote Bag

Throwing hot pennies to children at.. Tote Bag

Throwing hot pennies to children at Honiton Fair Devon. The Hot Pennies ceremony takes place annually on the first Tuesday after 19 July in the High Street of the town, and dates back to the 13th Century. The ceremony has its roots in the practice of landed gentry taking pleasure in throwing hot pennies from windows to local peasants, a seemingly philanthropic gesture resulting in burns. The custom also had the purpose of encouraging people to travel to the town from the surrounding area to attend a subsequent fair. 20th July 1943

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Title
Throwing hot pennies to children at..
Product Code
00509915_BAG
Decade
1940
Edition Type
Open Edition
Copyright
© Mirrorpix

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• Media: 100% Cotton
• Capacity: 10 Litres
• Dimensions: 42 x 38cm
• Image Size: 20 x 28cm (approx)

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