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Original Caption:
'Sunshine binder in England: these were taken at Hampton Court in a crop of oats yielding about 50 bushels. The binder was the first sent to England and throughout the season operated about 100 acres without any trouble whatsoever. The paddock is generally known as 'King Henry VIII' paddock and is understood this is one of the first crops grown on the land for many years: Sept 1943'

Description:
'Sunshine binder at Hampton Court in England.

Location
Hampton Court Palace
United Kingdom; England


Earliest Date
1943

Latest Date
1943

Image No
012599
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