discuss document export feedback print share gallery-landscape purse, miser's Object / Artefact › Applied Arts and Design Export Core details Descriptionmiser's purse of [netted] cotton in wide red, blue and orange stripes; with two cut steel rings and cut steel tassel Place[United Kingdom] [New Zealand] Identifier3218, 1996.69.14 Accession number1996.69.14 Collection areaApplied Arts and Design Item count1 Record richness Enquire Add to My Collection purse, misers View gallery Artefact Notes Productionnot known (seamstress) [New Zealand] [United Kingdom] Late 19th Century Queen Victoria (1837 - 1901), English reign Signature/marksnone (M) Consists of0 - Whole › cotton (textile) 0 - Whole › steel Dimensions0 - Whole height x width x depth/length : x 30 x 270mm ClassificationChenhall Nomenclature (Nomenclature) › 03 Personal Artifacts (Category) › Personal Gear (Classification) › Personal Carrying & Storage Gear (Sub-classification) › Bag, Carrying (Primary Term) › Handbag (Secondary Term) Date created4 November 1996 Images and documents akm.collections.images_title Images akm.collections.documents_title Object tags Auckland Museum tags Visitor tags Contribute Contribute more detail to this record by adding your own names, classifications or categories via a tag. Tags also make this record more findable on search. Related items Results from DigitalNZ Miser's purse Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa Miser's purse Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa Miser's purse Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa MISER'S MILLION. (Tuapeka Times 26-3-1913) National Library of New Zealand A MISER (Grey River Argus, 15 January 1895) National Library of New Zealand Other items Discuss this topic Join the discussion about this article by posting your response on Twitter, Facebook or Instagram using the hashtag #amdiscuss Support the collection Help us do more. Donate now and be part of your Museum’s journey to stimulate inspiration, learning and enjoyment. The development of the Auckland War Memorial Museum online collection is an ongoing process; updates, new images and records are added weekly. In some cases, records have yet to be confirmed by Museum staff, and there could be mistakes or omissions in the information provided.