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Deal & Walmer Angling Association: Competition Trophies

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Secretary: Mr. Douglas Pettit
Hon. Treasurer: Mrs S. Pettit
108 Blenheim Road
Deal, Kent CT14 7EY
Telephone 01304 365617
Email pettitsandou@aol.com

Founded in 1904
- and -
Affiliated with the Angling Trust

These 94 unique trophies (of which 34 are missing) have been donated to the Deal & Walmer Angling Association by past and present members and are held in trust by the Association which, as custodian, may not sell or otherwise dispose thereof even by a proposition passed at an A.G.M. The trophies represent the ambitions, application and achievements of four generations of local sea anglers spanning 112 years and the Association, through its committee, is entrusted to ensure their survival for future generations of Deal and Walmer sea anglers.

Trophy Inscription Item Material H x W (mm) Weight (g) (Troy) Image
Agutter Cup

(heaviest aggregate weight of conger caught at the annual Boat Festival - Class 4)

(20th May 1947: Mrs Agutter was the daughter of Mr Gordon Blain)

(12th August 1947: it was unanimously decided to purchase this cup (£15.15.0) and to call it the "AGUTTER CUP" and that it should go to the Boat Festival)
"The Agutter Cup"
"Deal and Walmer Angling Association 1947"

F.R. Langdon 9 lbs 14 ozs 1947

A.J. Schermuly 15 lbs 10 ozs 1948

J. Stone 31 lbs 7 ozs 1949

Mrs L. Schermuly 6 lbs 12 ozs 1950

A. Allsop 8 lbs 12 ozs 1951

A.J. Wright 36 lbs 12 ozs 1952

A. Hawkins 6 lbs 6 ozs 1953

C.G. Allen 26 lbs 2 ozs 1954

N.B. Salkinder 18 lbs 5 ozs 1955

J.W. Clarke 18 lbs 3 ozs 1956

D.W. Ward 14 lbs 5 ozs 1957

N.H. Fox 6 lbs 3 ozs 1958

1962 P.P.W. Watkins 109 lbs

1966 J.C. Gamble 14 lbs 4 ozs

1972 D.C. Avery 14 lbs 11 ozs

1973 E.L. Walton 34 lbs

1975 R.P. Crabb 43 lbs 12 ozs

1993 F.A. Blackmore 9 lbs 11 ozs

57 Made of Sterling silver in 1933 (London - Gothic S) by Blackmore & Fletcher Ltd (B&F) at Ramillies Place, Oxford Street, London H280 x W180 964 (base and cup)
382 (12.28) (cup)
Albert Silver Challenge Cup

(heaviest aggregate weight of whiting caught at the annual Pier Festival - Class 2)
"Deal & Walmer Angling Association "The Albert Trophy" Presented by A. Tebbutt Esq. 1906"

Pier Festival 1923 Class VIII (Ladies) Mrs F. West 3 lbs ½ ozs

Pier Festival 1924 Class VIII (Ladies) Mrs Hakelly 1 lb 14 ozs

Pier Festival 1925 Class VIII (Ladies) Mrs H. Lardner 1 lb

Pier Festival 1926 Class VIII (Ladies) Mrs J. Dixon 3 lbs 5¼ ozs

Pier Festival 1927 Class VIII (Ladies) Mrs Goddard 1 lb 4½ ozs

Pier Festival 1928 Class VIII (Ladies) Mrs Lees 2 lbs 4½ ozs

Pier Festival 1929 Class VIII (Ladies) Mrs Black 4 lbs 3½ ozs

Pier Festival 1930 Class VIII (Ladies) Mrs C. Donovan 2 lbs 12¼ ozs

Pier Festival 1931 Class VIII (Ladies) Miss Dyke - lbs 12 ozs

Pier Festival 1932 Class VIII (Ladies) Mrs Cunningham 2 lbs 5½ ozs

Pier Festival 1933 Class VIII (Ladies) Mrs Jewell 3 lbs 6 ozs

Pier Festival 1935 Class VIII (Ladies) Mrs Durham 2 lbs 12½ ozs

Pier Festival 1936 Class VIII (Ladies) Mrs Goddard 1 lb 12½ ozs

Pier Festival 1937 Class VIII (Ladies) Mrs A. Belsham 5 lbs 14¼ ozs

Pier Festival 1938 Class VIII (Ladies) Mrs C. Donovan Mrs A.M. Belsham 1 lb

Shore Festival 1946 Class VIII (Ladies) Miss N.L. Burge 1 lb 12 ozs

Shore Festival 1947 Class VIII (Ladies) Mrs Miles 2 lbs 2 ozs

Shore Festival 1948 Class VIII (Ladies) Mrs C. Belsham 5 lbs 1½ ozs

Shore Festival 1949 Class VIII (Ladies) Mrs C. Belsham 5 lbs 8 ozs

Shore Festival 1950 Class VIII (Ladies) Mrs W.E. Copping 1 lb 1 oz

Shore Festival 1951 Class VIII (Ladies) Mrs M. Gorring 7 lbs 9 ozs

Shore Festival 1952 Class VIII (Ladies) Mrs M. Gorring 1 lb 1¾ ozs

Shore Festival 1953 Class VIII (Ladies) Miss C. Moorfield 12½ ozs

Shore Festival 1954 Class VIII (Ladies) Mrs M. Booker 4 lbs 11¾ ozs

Shore Festival 1955 Class VIII (Ladies) Mrs L.M. Booker 5 lbs 3 ozs

Shore Festival 1956 Class VIII (Ladies) Mrs D. Scarles 2 lbs 10½ ozs

Pier Festival 1957 Class VIII (Ladies) Mrs D. Roberts 4 lbs 5½ ozs

Pier Festival 1958 Class VIII (Ladies) Miss S. Dyer 2 lbs 10½ ozs

Pier Festival 1959 Class VIII (Ladies) Mrs E. Walker 7½ ozs

Pier Festival 1960 Class VIII (Ladies) Miss E. Carey 2 lbs 7 ozs

Pier Festival 1961 Class VIII (Ladies) Mrs A. Marsden 8 ozs

Pier Festival 1962 Class VIII (Ladies) G.A. Osborn 1 lb 12 ozs

Pier Festival 1963 Class VIII (Ladies) Mrs J. Rorke 11¾ ozs

Pier Festival 1964 Class VIII (Ladies) M. Gregory 2 lbs 6 ozs

Pier Festival 1965 Class VIII (Ladies) M. Gregory 10¼ ozs

Pier Festival 1966 Class VIII (Ladies) Miss C. de J. Ribeiro 3 lbs ½ oz

P & B Festival 1982 C - 10 Ladies Mrs Skinner 9¼ ozs

65 Made of Sterling silver in 1905-6 (Birmingham - f) by Henry Hobson & Sons (H.H & S) of Houndsditch, London & Carver Street, Sheffield H193 x W155 908 (base and bowl)
234 (7.52) (bowl)
All Night Cup

(missing)
  8      
Battle of Britain Trophy

(missing)
Battle of Britain

N.F.S.A.
R. Gore 58 lbs 12 ozs
J.B. Hurd 28 lbs 8 ozs
S. Peek 11 lbs 12 ozs
T Hayward 10 lbs 12 ozs

D.A.C (1919)
M. O'Brien
P. Davies
J. Wilcox
S.E. Smith
96 lbs

83      
Beach Trophy

(missing)
  28      
Bennett Cup

(missing)

(28th August 1924: The ladies pier prize, a silver challenge cup, was won outright by Miss R.W. Bennett.)

(30th September 1925: The thanks of the members are due to Mrs R.W. Bennett who, having won outright the cup presented by Mrs J. Lindsay, presented a very handsome silver rose bowl for future competition.)

(20th August 1928: The Bennett Cup was won this year by Mrs P.J. Townshend, a local member.)

(7th October 1987: The Ladies Challenge Cup turned up out of the blue. I don't know who found it or who handed this cup in. On the plinth plate the last winner was a Mrs. R.V. Bennett in 1923 with a weight of 4 lbs 5¼ ozs.)
  90      
Billy Downs Cup "Billy Downs Cup Presented by G.W. Downs
Deal & Walmer Angling Association
"

E.H. Shuttleworth 7 lbs 13 ozs 1935

G. Belsham 5 lbs 5¾ ozs 1936

H. Child 10 lbs 11½ ozs 1937

W.H. Joce. 6 lbs 12¾ ozs 1938

R. Davies 9 lbs 12 ozs 1946

E. Valentine 14 lbs 3 ozs 1947

R. Law 4 lbs 15 ozs 1948

R.V. Kent 6 lbs 14 ozs 1949

R.W. Edwards 10 lbs 11½ ozs 1950

M. O'Brien 9 lbs 4½ ozs 1951

F. Lawes 6 lbs 14 ozs 1952

N.J. Coombs 6 lbs 15 ozs 1953

D.A. Johnson 6 lbs 5 ozs 1954

S.G. Hook 5 lbs 8 ozs 1955

E.F. Prescott 2lbs 14½ ozs 1956

S.W. Culver 8 lbs 4 ozs 1957

S.E. Smith 8 lbs 2½ ozs 1958

S. Hook 13 lbs 1 oz 1960

T. Libby 10 lbs 4 ozs 1962

R. Cowan 1963

E.H. Thompson 8 lbs 8½ ozs 1967

P.G. Heath 11 lb 15 oz 1974

49 Made of Sterling silver in 1873 (London - gothic S with QV bun head) by William Ehrhardt (WE) of Time Works, Barr Street, Hockley, Birmingham H150 x W125 338 (base and cup)
156 (5.02) (cup)
Boatmans Cup

(missing)

(a special boatman's prize - silver challenge cup - awarded to the professional boatman accompanying the competitor with the heaviest fish in any one day)
  51      
Borough of Deal Silver Challenge Cup

(missing)

(heaviest aggregate weight of sizeable fish caught during the annual Boat Festival - Special Class 1)

W.J. Reynolds 61 lbs 6 ozs 1911

Mrs. F.V. Murmann 68 lbs 1912

Fred H. Elliott 95 lbs 14 ozs 1913

J. Olby 69 lbs 7 ozs 1915

18      
Caerleon Silver Challenge Cup

(missing)

(10th October 1921: heaviest weight of sizeable fish on any one day of the three-day Annual Boat Competition for members)
  92      
Championship Cup

(missing)
  25      
Chandler Cup

(missing)

(aggregate heaviest weight caught at the annual (March) boat competition)
  73      
(Rupert V.) Cobb Bowl "For the Heaviest Tope Caught During the Year by a Member
Deal and Walmer A.A.
Presented by Rupert V. Cobb 1951
"

M.F. Fulker 44 lbs 1951

J.B Hurd 38 lbs 8 ozs 1952

W.R. Moors & V. Allsopp 35½ lbs 1953

V. Allsopp 41 lbs 8 ozs 1954

V. Allsopp 47 lbs 6 ozs 1955

S.E. Smith 38½ lbs 1957

J. Gamble 32 lbs 12 ozs 1958

W.H.J. Peacock 36 lbs 8 ozs 1959

J.B. Hurd 32 lbs 1960

P.A. King 36 lbs 1962

12 Made of Sterling silver in 1903 (London - h) by Horace Woodward & Co Ltd (H W & Co Ld) of Great Charles Street, Birmingham & Hatton Garden, London EC (subsequently Atlas Works, Paradise Street, Birmingham & Holborn Viaduct, London EC) H220 x W200 808 (base and bowl)
502 (16.14) (bowl)
(Rupert V.) Cobb (1937) Cup

(missing)

(heaviest tope caught at the annual boat competition)
  80      
Committee Cup "Deal & Walmer Angling Association Committee Cup
Rose Maud Edginton Memorial Trophy 1951
Presented by G.W. Edginton Esq
"

J.B. Hurd 1951

G. Edgington 1952

N.J. Coombs 6 lbs 15 ozs 1953

J.B. Hurd 5 lbs 10 ozs 1954

C.J. Roberts 1 lb 5½ ozs 1955

A.S. Richards 3 lbs 3½ ozs 1957

C. Button 1965

R.E.A. Neal D.A.C (1919) 1969

D.A.C. (1919) 1971

82 EPNS H225 x W165  
Creasy Brothers Silver Challenge Cup

(heaviest aggregate weight caught by a new (first year) member at the annual Boat Festival - Special Class 7)
"Presented to Deal & Walmer Angling Club by Creasey Brothers 1948"

T.R. Cowan 57 lbs 14 ozs 1948

R.V. Kent 54 lbs 5 ozs 1949

W. Erridge 14 lbs 4½ ozs 1950

T. Kember 55 lbs 13 ozs 1951

H. Holmes 24 lbs 8 ozs 1952

G.S. Chalmers 22 lbs 13 ozs 1953

R.A. Richardson 59 lbs 12½ ozs 1954

J. McKinney 7 lbs 8 ozs 1955

W.D. Hadlow 15 lbs 13 ozs 1956

W.C.D. Merriman 30 lbs 6 ozs 1957

P. Croft 59 lbs 13 ozs 1958

H.H. Collier 6 lbs 14 ozs 1960

J.G. Phillipson 16 lbs 3½ ozs 1961

P.P.W. Watkins 116 lbs 6 ozs 1962

G.C. Fenton 59 lbs 12 ozs 1963

W.P. Austin 100 lbs 15 ozs 1966

M.P. Watkins 53 lbs 15 oz 1968

H.E. Braine 54 lbs 3 ozs 1969

Miss S.Y. Fedley 47 lbs 7 ozs 1978

47 Made of Sterling silver in 1938-39 (Birmingham - O) by James Fenton & Co (J.F) of Great Hampton Street, Birmingham H254 x W178 424 (base and cup)
274 (8.81) (cup)
David Parkin Cup "Deal & Walmer Angling Association
The David Parkin Trophy presented to the Association in 1957
"

1957 W.H. Prater 1 lb 9½ ozs

1958 Anthony Libby 3 lbs 15 ozs

1960 J.W.E. Wood 2 lbs 7 ozs

1961 J. Freeman 1 lb 11 ozs

1962 J. Freeman 1 lb 3 ozs

1970 E.H. Thompson

1975 Mrs K. Delaney 8 oz

40 EPNS H240 x W195  
Deal Castle Cup

(3rd November 1906: given by Lord George Hamilton, the D&WAA president for the boat competitor landing the heaviest fish)
"Deal Castle Cup Presented by Lord George Hamilton"
"Deal & Walmer Angling Association"

Mrs. F.V. Murmann 31 lbs 13 oz 1911 (conger)

S. Clee 21 lbs 2 ozs 1917

E.H. Etheridge 2 lbs 7½ ozs 1946

E. Valentine 4 lbs 10 ozs 1947

N.J. Combes 2 lbs ½ oz 1948

C. Cocks 6 lbs 6 ozs 1949

C.E. Petch 3 lbs 0 ozs 1951

F. Lawes 4 lbs 2 ozs 1952

J.R. Jones 2 lbs 7 ozs 1953

J.B. Hurd 2 lbs 12 ozs 1954

G.W. Edginton 2 lbs 10 ozs 1955

S.E. Smith 1 lb 15 ozs 1956

S.G. Hook 1 lb 15 ozs 1957

S.G. Hook 2 lb 5 ozs 1958

W.J. Spain 5 lbs 2 ozs 1960

G. Robbins 4 lbs 3 ozs 1962

R. Cowan 3 lbs 6 ozs 1963

J.F. Freeman 4 lbs 5½ ozs Cod

W.A. Collen 4 lbs ½ oz 1965

E.H. Thompson 3 lbs 7 ozs 1967

26 Cup and lid made of Sterling silver in 1905 (London - k) by Goldsmiths and Silversmiths Company Ltd (G&S Co Ltd) of 112 Regent Street London NW H300 x W180 1098 (cup, lid and base)
654 (21.03) (cup and lid)
Deal Pier Silver Challenge Cup

(missing)

(3rd November 1906: given by the Pier Company for the heaviest aggregate weight caught at the annual Pier Festival - Special Class 1)
  60      
Deal Tradesman's Silver Challenge Cup

(missing)

(15th November 1921: heaviest cod taken at the annual Boat Festival - Class 1)
W. Palmer 34 lbs 10 ozs (2 fish) 1913

53      
Deal and Walmer Silver Challenge Cup 1906

(heaviest aggregate weight of pouting caught at the annual Pier Festival - Class 3)
"Deal & Walmer Angling Association Challenge Cup 1906"

Captain A.J. Irving 7 lbs 8 ozs 1913

Mrs Plante 5 lbs 6 ozs 1918

R.G. Cannings 1 lb 4½ ozs 1946

E.W. Beebe 1 lbs 6½ ozs 1947

F. Bourner 1 lb 2½ ozs 1948

E. Valentine 4 lbs 10 ozs 1949

E.W. Beebe 4 lbs 15 ozs 1950

M. O'Brien 6 lb 11 ozs 1951

J.B. Hurd 6 lbs 7 ozs 1952

G. Cole 4 lbs 5 ozs 1954

G. Cole 3 lbs 1954

A.A. Collen 6 lbs 15½ ozs 1955

E.F. Prescott 3 lbs 4 ozs 1956

A.W. Harvey 7 lbs 9½ ozs 1957

F.N. Lawes 1 lb 7½ ozs 1958

E.H. Thompson 5 lbs 7 ozs 1966

H.G. Howard 6lbs 13½ ozs 1967

J.R. Goode 3 lbs 1½ ozs 1974

36 Made of Sterling silver in 1906 (London - l) by Charles Boyton & Son Ltd (C B & S) manufacturing silversmiths of Upper Charles Street, London EC H165 x W230 700 (base and cup)
300 (9.65) (cup)
Donovan's Silver Sporty Challenge Cup

(heaviest catch at the annual Pier Festival by a new member - Special Class 6)
"Donovans Sporty Cup Ladies & Gents"

Beach 1950 J.B. Hurd 12 lbs 10½ ozs

Beach 1951 E. Valentine 43 lbs 3 ozs

Beach 1953 F.A. Goldsmith 11 lbs 8 ozs

Beacg 1954 F. Willis 10 lbs 11½ ozs

Beach 1955 P.E. Valentine 9 lbs 2½ ozs

Beach 1956 F. Willis 9 lbs 3½ ozs

Pier 1969 W.J. Spain snr 26 lbs 6½ ozs

14 Made of Sterling silver in 1937-8 (Birmingham - N) by A L Davenport Ltd (ALD) of Birmingham H185 x W190 432 (base and cup)
240 (7.72) (cup)
Downs Silver Challenge Cup

(heaviest catch at the annual Pier Festival by a member of the Association - Special Class 5)
"Downs Cup
Subscribed for by local members of the Deal & Walmer A.A.
"

1959 F.C. Ellis 6 lbs 9 ozs

1960 S.W. Culver 21 lbs 13 ozs

1961 Mrs D. Whybrow 3 lbs 5 ozs

1962 C.A. Dunwell 12 lbs 6 ozs

1963 R.C. Pratt 5 lbs 3 ozs

1964 J. Richardson 14 lbs

1965 A. Andrews 4 lbs 12 ozs

1967 Miss C. de J. de Ribeiro 11 lbs 11 ozs

1972 P.G. Heath 3 lbs 6 ozs

1985 Mrs B Allinson 6 lbs 6 ozs

76 Made of Sterling silver in 1893 (London - S) by James Wakely & Frank Clarke Wheeler (J.W. F.C.W.) of Hatton Garden, London & Forde Street, Dublin H255 x W110 342 (base and cup)
230 (7.39) (cup)
Dreadnought Allenby Silver Challenge Cup

(inter-club team competition cup awarded to the boat team (3 or less members) with the heaviest catch of sizeable fish caught at the annual Boat Festival - Special Class 8)

(29th October 1925:… Field-Marshall the Viscount Allenby G.C.B., G.C.M.G. … having been acquainted with the desire of the committee to establish an inter-club team competition in the Boat Festivals, expressed his wish to give a cup for this purpose. The cup will be known as the "Allenby Cup" and will be competed for annually at Deal in the D&WAA Boat Festival.)

(29th July 1926: Mr Edgar said the thanks of the members are due to Field-Marshall the Viscount Allenby G.C.B., G.C.M.G. for the gift of a handsome silver cup.)
"Deal & Walmer Angling Association
Dreadnought - Allenby Cup
Presented by A. Mac Callum replacing cup won outright by the
Dreadnought S.A.S. 1929 - 30 - 31
"

D.W.A.A. A. Houghton Gordon Blain W. Painter 89 lbs 5½ ozs 1932

Deal A.C. (1919) W.J. Light F.E. Robinson W.G. Wareham 57 lbs 14 ozs 1933

C.L.P.S. Mrs A.H. Dunkley A.H. Dunkley A. Wilson 65 lbs 10¾ ozs 1934

Deal Angling Club (1919) Miss M. Blain Mrs Sheppard Mr W.H. Joce 130 lbs 11½ ozs 1935

Deal A.C. (1919) S.N. Scroggie W. Harris Dr J. Nichol 51 lbs 6 ozs 1936

T. Pottle C. Ashworthy E.T. Stanton 53 lbs 8¼ ozs 1937

City of London Piscatorial Society A. Akers G. Askworth T.F. Pottle 40 lbs 8 ozs 1938

Dover S.A. L.W. Goodban E.A. Nash H. Watts 116 lbs 4 ozs 1947

D.W.A.A. T. Hayward R. Gore P. King 63 lbs 2 ozs 1948

Personal Members L.A. Hastilow J.B. Hurd M. O'Brien 93 lbs 9 ozs 1949

D.W.A.A. G. Edginton S.E. Smith T. Locke 138 lbs 6 ozs 1951

Sandwich & District A.A. N.J. Coombs G.C. Wilkes S. Pawsey 71 lbs 1 oz 1952

Hastings & St. Leonards R.A. Richardson W. Turner H. Kent 68 lbs 15 ozs 1954

Hastings & St. Leonards R.A. Richardson G. Turner W. Turner 29 lbs 10 ozs 1955

D.W.A.A. P.S. Luckhurst H.A. Jocelyne A.V. Stephens 30 lbs 3 ozs 1956

D. & W.A.A. S.E. Smith Mrs M. Sitwell G.W. Edginton 56 lbs 8 ozs 1957

D. & W.A.A. W. Moors G.W. Edginton T. Hayward 124 lbs 10½ ozs 1958

Crytsal Palace D.E. Stanton F. Bee E. Minter 51 lbs 7 ozs 1960

Snaresbrook A.S. G. Ashton C.C. Stubbings 141 lbs 2 ozs 1964

Deal A.C. 1919 W.J. Peacock 136 lbs 9 ozs E.H. Thompson 108 lbs S. Kent 42 lbs 1966

Snaresbrook A.S. C.E. Hensher G. Ashton C.C. Stubbins 72 lbs 5 ozs 1978

50 Made of Sterling silver in 1927 (London - gothic m) by Alfred James How (AJH) of London H330 x W230 1,310 (base and cup
602 (19.35) (cup)
Easter Cup

(aggregate heaviest weight caught at the Easter motor and row boat competition)
"The Easter Cup
Deal & Walmer Angling Association 1928
"
74 Made of Sterling silver in 1904 (Sheffield - gothic m) by James Deakin & Sons (John & William F Deakin) of Sidney Works, Matilda Street, Sheffield (H5713 on base) H180 x W75 206 (8.36) (cup)
(base missing)
Ellerd-Styles Plate

(best specimen fish caught at the annual Boat Festival - Special Class 4)
"Deal & Walmer Angling Association Founded 1904
The Ellerd-Styles Plate Presented by Mr & Mrs W. Ellerd-Styles for Best Specimen Fish
"

N. Hall Pouting 2 lbs 12 ozs 1948

S. Edwards Whiting 3 lbs 10 ozs 1949

Grace M. Comfort Dogfish 2 lbs 10 ozs 1951

G. Wilkes Cod 23 lbs 1952

L. Moncrieff Brill 5 lbs 7 ozs 1953

G. Turner Shad 2 lbs 1 oz 1954

J. Tester Cod 17 lbs 13 ozs 1955

W.T. Ganz Cod 17 lbs 2 ozs 1959

S. Baxter Cod 19 lbs 14½ ozs1961

A. Daw Whiting 2 lbs 13 ozs 1964

G.A. Gill Skate 16 lbs 11½ ozs 1966

R.J. Rumble Cod 33 lb 8 ozs 1967

F. Walsley Skate 19 lb 9 oz 1969

R. Woods Cod 23 lbs 2 ozs 1970

B.E. Hayter Cod 27 lb 2 oz 1971

C. Constable Cod 26 lb 4 oz 1972

W.W. Houghton Whiting 4 lbs 2 ozs 1973

W. Handley Conger 60 lbs 4 oz 1974 Portsmouth

R.P. Robertshaw Shad 1 lb 9 oz 1977

A.J. Morris Cod 30 lbs 9 ozs 1978

R.C. Burton Bass 9 lb 4 oz 1979

E. Hunter 3 lbs 8 ozs 1980

M.E. Cole Plaice 4 lbs 14 oz Portsmouth 1982

45 Made of Sterling silver in 1908 (Sheffield - gothic q) by William Hutton & Sons Ltd (WH & Ss Ld) of West Street, Sheffield; Hanley Street, Birmingham; and Farringdon Road, London H305 x W305 832 (26.75)
Eva M. Terry "Rose Bowl" "D.W.A.A.
Mr & Mrs John Terry Rose Bowl
"

1964 A. Hobbins 79 Fish

1965 Mrs M. Gregory 75 Fish

17 EPNS (E.P. on Copper) H220 x W220  
Evic Silver Challenge Cup

(heaviest fish caught at the annual Boat Festival - Special Class 3)
"Deal and Walmer Anglers Association
Evic Record Cup 1920"

Mr S. Groutage 25 lbs 14 ozs 1921

Capt. Morris 15 lbs 12 ozs 1947

E.A. Nash 22 lbs 1949

H.N. Riley 15 lbs 8 ozs 1948

A. Schermuly 14 lbs 1 oz 1950

R.F. Cunningham 13lbs 8 ozs 1951

S. Vandersluis 38 lbs 5 ozs 1952

H.A. Joscelyne 11 lbs 1953

A.J. Curtis 25lbs 2 ozs 1954

C. Wildy 22 lbs 0 ozs 1979

A.V. Stevens 16 lbs 14 ozs 1956

G. Pidduck12 lbs 10 ozs 1957

M.B. Salkinder 18 lbs 4 ozs 1958

S. Baxter 1961

C.C. Stubbings 17 lbs 12 ozs 1964

J.C. Smith 23 lbs 2 ozs 1966

B.E. Hayter Cod 27 lbs 2 ozs 1971

A.E. Sprake 19 lbs 12 ozs 1977

A.J. Morris Cod 30 lbs 9 ozs 1978

W. Charman Cod 23 lbs 14 ozs

W. Pike 15 lbs 12 ozs 1981

R.G. Wittcombe 14 lbs 1983

A. Redding 13 lbs 1984

46 Made of Sterling silver in 1914 (London - t) by Sibray, Hall & Co (Charles Clement Pilling) of London H245 x W160 728 (base and cup)
362 (11.64) (cup)
Festival of Britain Cup

(3rd July, 1951: The Festival of Britain "Tope Team Cup" presented by Mr. S.B. Peek and the Festival of Britain Casting Championship Team Trophy were both brought to the meeting and shown to the members present; all expressed their approval of them, and many remarks were passed re the very excellent Tope Team Cup.)
"Festival of Britain 1951 Presented by S.B. Peek Esq."
"Tope Festival Team Trophy"

L.A. Hastilow W.R. Moores J.B. Hurd 127 lbs 8 ozs

1952 J.B. Hurd L.A. Hastilow W.R Moores 52 lbs 12 ozs

1953 J.B. Hurd W.R. Moors R. Sandy 58 lbs

1954 J.B. Hurd R. Sandy W.R. Moors

1957 E. Merrick G. Taylor L. Powell

1963 J.R. Bone A.R.P. Calder

1970 P.P.W. Watkins M.P. Watkins

1975 J.D. Barrett L. Dunford

33 Made of Sterling silver in 1947 (London - M) by Edward Barnard & Sons Ltd (EB ss) of Hatton Garden, London H280 x W190 886 (cup and base)
550 (17.68) (cup)
Flora May Edginton (Ladies) Cup

(heaviest aggregate weight of fish caught by a lady angler at the Boat Festival)
"D&WAA Ladies Championship"
"D.W.A.A. Flora May Edginton Trophy"

Mrs B.M. Harley 4 lbs 7 ozs 1960

Mrs B.M. Harley 1 lb 15½ ozs 1961

1964 Mrs D. Whybrow 89 Pts

1965 Miss C de J. Ribeiro 69 Pts

1966 Miss C de J. Ribeiro 76 Pts

1967 Miss C de J. Ribeiro 190 Pts

1969 Mrs I.E. Prangley 14 Pts

70 EPNS H175 x W180  
Friend Cup

(aggregate heaviest weight of pouting caught at the annual (July) boat competition in motor and row boats)
"Championship Cup Presented by a Friend
Deal & Walmer Angling Association
"

W.T. Pierce 2 lbs ½ ozs 1933

J. Doust 1 lbs 15¼ ozs 1935

J. Bowen 2 lbs 5¾ ozs 1936

Mrs R.V. Cooke 1 lbs 12 ozs 1937

A.J. Romer 1 lb 11¾ ozs 1938

Boats 1947 J.A. Barclay 3 lbs 12 ozs

Boats 1948 J.H. Hensman 1 lb 4 ozs

Boats 1949 M. O'Brien 44 lbs 8 ozs

Boats 1950 M. Sitwell 3 lbs 10 ozs

Boats 1951 M. O'Brien 13 lbs 12 ozs

Boats 1952 L.A. Hastilow 9 lbs 1 oz

Boats 1953 Mrs J. Langdon 45 Fish

A.H. Gittings 1 lb 7½ oz 1978

95 Made of Sterling silver in 1906 (London - l) by (illegible) H345 x W170 1130 (base and cup)
440 (14.15) (cup)
George Edginton Cup

(annual boat competition between D&WAA and D.A.C. (1919))

(15th August 1951: Mr. G.W. Edginton … had given a very nice cup to be fished for by the committee members on the beach on the 5th November each year)
  93      
Golden Jubilee Trophy

(6th July 1954: Before the meeting closed Mr. Peek said that in view of the fact that it was the Association's 50th Anniversary, he would be very happy to offer a new Trophy to commemorate the occasion. Mr. Hurd replied and said that we should be very pleased to accept this kind offer, and went on to say how much Mr. Peek meant to the Association, and he knew that his heart was in the Club. He thanked Mr. Peek on behalf of the members and appreciation was expressed by those present.)

(7th September 1954: "1904 - 1954. Golden Jubilee" It was fifty years of the life of the Association, Mr. S.B. Peek kindly presented a very handsome Trophy for the occasion. It shall be suitably engraved as follows "The Golden Jubilee Trophy, Presented by S.B. Peek, Esq." to commemorate the 50th Anniversary of the Deal & Walmer Angling Association.)
"Golden Jubilee Trophy presented by S.B. Peek Esq to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Deal & Walmer Angling Association 1904 - 1954"

F. Hester Miss Groombridge P.S. Luckhurst 79 lbs 4 ozs 1954

T. Hayward W.B. Salkinder J. Tester 29 lbs 10 ozs 1955

W.T. Hargrave F.H. Hargrave W.D. Hadlow 30 lbs 3 ozs 1956

L.H. Field L. Hudson A. Rochelle 58 lbs 13 ozs 1957

J. Barrett L. Parisie P. Reason 32 lbs 12½ ozs 1960

42 Made of Sterling silver in 1909 (London - O) by William Hutton & Sons Ltd (WH & Ss Ld) of West Street, Sheffield; Hanley Street, Birmingham; and Farringdon Road, London H290 x W230 942 (base, cup and lid)
734 (23.6) (cup and lid)
Golding Webb Cup

(heaviest cod caught at the annual (May) motor and row boat competition)
"Deal & Walmer Angling Association
The Golding Webb Cup
"

Boats F. Croucher 2 lbs 12 ozs 1947

Boats C.J. Roberts 1 lbs 6½ ozs 1948

Boats A.R. Holyer 8 lbs 0 ozs 1949

Boats M. Sitwell 2lbs 15 ozs 1950

Boats S.E. Smith 12 ozs 1951

Boats J. Bailey 26 lbs 1952

Boats J. Groombridge 8 lbs 12 ozs 1953

Boats P.S. Luckhurst 6 lbs 5½ ozs 1954

Boats W.H. Taylor 6 lbs 2 ozs 1955

Boats M. Sitwell 35 lbs 1959

Boats H.R. Willis 12 lbs 4 ozs 1961

Boats E.H. Thompson 21 lbs 6 ozs 1965

Boats E.H. Thompson 1967

Boats E.H. Thompson 1968

Boats Ron Stopps 1975

22 Made of EPNS by J W Tiptaft & Son Ltd (James Walter Tiptaft - J.W.T.) of Northampton Street, Birmingham H185 x W130  
Gordon Blain Cup

(heaviest aggregate weight of flatfish caught at the annual (June-July) motor and row boat competition)
"Gordon Blain Challenge Cup"

F.A. Conduit 5lbs 9¾ ozs 1933

E.E. Compton 4 lbs 13 ozs 1934

F. Davies 9 lbs 14 ozs 1935

J.H. Overy 2 lbs 9½ ozs 1936

Mrs Donovan 7 lbs 9½ ozs 1937

T. Akehurst 7 lbs 6¾ ozs 1938

1947 Boats F.R. Langdon 3 lbs 3 ozs

1948 Boats A.J. Higgins 1 lb 8 ozs

1949 Boats E. Valentine 2lbs 1 oz

1950 Boats A.C. Carter 5ozs

1951 Boats J. Austin 15 ozs

1954 Boats S.E. Smith 2lbs ½ oz

1955 Boats F. Hester 2lbs 3 ozs

1956 Boats F. Hester 5 lbs 5 ozs

1962 T. Costello 11 ozs

1974 P.G. Heath 1 lb 15 ozs

29 Made of Sterling silver in 1928-29 (Birmingham - D) by Wilmot Manufacturing Co (W.M. Co) of Camden Street, Birmingham H230 x W130 336 (cup and base)
172 (5.3) (cup)
"Happy Thought Shield"

(missing)

(jointly owned by the DWAA and Deal Angling Club (1919))

(7th October 1952: The Secretary was asked to point out the following rules of this match to the opposing Club: (1) that the holders of the Trophy have the right to nominate the time and date of the competition, (2) that the teams shall be of an equal number of competitors from each club.)
  87      
Harriet E. Hastilow Cup

(missing)
  38      
Hawley Silver Challenge Cup and Silver Spoon

(missing)

(21st October 1918: heaviest weight of sizeable cod taken on any one day)

H.H. Sharman 5 lbs 12 ozs 1912
89      
(Tom) Hayward Cup

(aggregate heaviest weight caught at the annual (August) boat competition in motor and row boats)
"Tom Hayward Challenge Cup"

Boats 1951 N.J. Coombs 5 lbs 9 ozs

Boats 1952 J.B. Hurd 10 lbs

Boats 1953 R. Sandy 8lbs 12 ozs

Boats 1956 J.J. Middleton 25 lbs 4 ozs

Boats 1957 J.J. Middleton 39 lbs

Boats 1967 E.H. Thompson 11 lbs 8 ozs

Boats 1968 E.H. Thompson 16 lbs 8 ozs

4 Made of Sterling silver in 1926-7 (Birmingham - B) by James Dudley and Arthur Salisbury Cox (ASC) trading as Dudley & Cox, Osborne Road & Portland Road, Southsea, Hampshire H175 x W142 518 (cup and base)
160 (5.14) (cup)
Hobbins Challenge Cup

(aggregate heaviest weight of pouting caught at the annual (December) boat competition)
"Deal & Walmer Angling Association
"Hobbins" Challenge Cup
"

1962 P. Watkins 12 lbs 6¾ ozs

1964 R.P. Bromley-Martin 43 lbs 3 ozs

1967 E.H. Thompson

11 EPNS H370 x W270  
Hurd Cup

(missing)

(aggregate heaviest weight of skate caught by a team at the annual (March-April) motor and row boat competition)
  34      
(J.B.) Hurd Silver Challenge Cup

(missing)

(heaviest aggregate weight of dogfish caught at the annual Pier Festival - Class 6)
  68      
Invergarry Silver Challenge Cup

(heaviest fish caught at the annual Pier Festival - Special Class 2)
"The Invergarry Cup presented by G.G. Braithwaite Esq 1911"
"Deal & Walmer Angling Association"

1911 J.E. Dixon 3 lbs 5 ozs

1912 E.L. Wilson 5 lbs 9½ ozs

1913 Elmer Newell 2 lbs 2½ ozs

1915 Mrs Bennett 2 lbs 10 ozs

1916 S. Houghton 1 lb 12½ ozs

1917 Mrs A.E. Rose 1 lb 11½ ozs

1918 Percy C. Edgar 2 lbs 13½ ozs

1919 Dr F.M.S. Hulke 2 lbs 14 ozs

Mr H. Child 3 lbs 12 ozs 1920

Mr J.W. Blacklock 2 lbs 2 ¾ ozs 1921

Mr J. Jeffries 2 lbs ¾ oz 1922

Mr A. Eldridge 4 lbs ½ oz 1923

Mr P.C. Edgar 1 lb 13½ ozs 1924

H.E. O'Reilly 6 lbs 1926

E.S. Smith 4 lbs 4 ozs 1927

Beadon 5lbs 11 ozs 1928

Dr O. Carden Sibley 1 lb 13¾ ozs 1929

F. Clark - lbs 13¼ oz 1930

F. Bourner Jr 2 lbs 2¼ ozs 1931

Mrs Sinden 2 lbs 12 ozs 1932

Dr O.L.C. Sibley 11 lbs 11 ozs 1933

J.E. Jones 2 lbs 1¾ ozs 1934

E.H. Shuttleworth 7 lbs 13 ozs 1935

G. Belsham 2lbs 9 ozs 1936

H. Child 10 lbs 11½ ozs 1937

Mrs A. Stephens 2 lbs 13 ozs 1938

F.R. Langdon 5 lbs 11 ozs 1946

R.A. Kerr 14 lbs 14 ozs 1947

P.R. Osbon 3lbs 5½ ozs 1948

C. Predeth 8 lbs 4ozs 1949

R.W. Edwards 8 lbs 5½ ozs 1950

C.E. Petch 3lbs 0 ozs 1951

F. Lawes 4 lbs 2 ozs 1952

J. Coyne 6 lbs 8 ozs 1953

J.B. Hurd 2 lbs 12 ozs 1954

G.W. Edginton 2 lbs 10 ozs 1955

Mrs S. Jackman 3 lbs 3 ozs 1956

T. Newberry 3 lbs 11 ozs 1957

A.A. Richardson 6 lbs 3 ozs 1958

W.J. Spain 5 lbs 4 ozs 1960

H. Nall 2 lbs 13 ozs 1961

G. Robbins 4 lbs 3 ozs 1962

R. Cowan 3 lbs 6 ozs 1963

J. Freeman 4 lbs 5½ ozs Cod

W.A. Collen 4 lbs ½ oz Cod 1965

P. Heath 2 lbs 3 ozs 1972

1984 R.M. Howard 1 lb 2 oz

1985 Mrs B. Allinson 6 lb 6 oz

1986 Mr J.E. Bray 1 lb 12 ozs

59 Cup made of Sterling silver in 1905 (London - k) by Mappin & Webb (MN&WB) of Oxford Street, London;
Lid made of Sterling silver in 1905 (London - k) by Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co Ltd (G & S Co Ltd) of Regent Street, London
H245 x W130 728 (cup, lid & base)
362 (11.64) (cup & lid)
Jagger Shield "Jaggers Pier Points Shield
Presented to D.W.A.A. by Mrs E. Jaggers
"

R. Cowan 203 Points 1964

A. Libby 252 Points 1965

P. Heath 281 Points 1973

P. Heath 142 Points 1974

R. Tunnicliff 1975

69 EPNS H340 x W280  
Jim Hurd Tope Cup "Jim Hurd Tope Cup"

P.S. Luckhurst 25 lbs 8 ozs 1053

R.G. Sandy 24 lbs 8 ozs 1954

S.E. Smith 36 lbs 8 ozs 1955

Muir Weissinger 32 lbs 4 ozs 1956

P. King 25 lbs 8 ozs 1961

P. King 27 lbs 8 ozs 1962

P. King 33 lbs 10 ozs 1963

84 EPNS made by Kavin Silverware Ltd, St. Paul's Square, Birmingham (Kavin) H145 x W100  
Kennedy Cup "Deal & Walmer Angling Association
Kennedy Cup
"

1965 Mrs M.E. Gregory 32 lbs 9 ozs

1967 A. Gregory 40 lbs 10 ozs

2 EPNS (A1 Electro Plate, superior quality) made by Charles Boyton & Son of London H170 x W90  
(Peter) King Cup

(missing)

(aggregate heaviest weight of flatfish caught by D&WAA members in row boat competitions)
  75      
(Sally) King Cup "Deal & Walmer Angling Association
"Sally King" Cup
Presented by E.C. King Esq 1949
"

Mrs H. Dennis 34 lbs 10 ozs 1949

Mrs C.J. Roberts 6 lbs 15 ozs 1950

Miss J. Rogerson 41 lbs 14 ozs 1951

Mrs C.J. Roberts 16 lbs 13 ozs 1952

Mrs C.J. Roberts 22 lbs 10 ozs 1953

Mrs E. Mitchell 39 lbs 2 ozs 1954

Mrs C.J. Roberts 12 lbs 2 ozs 1955

Mrs F. Taylor 11 lbs 6 ozs 1956

Mrs C.J. Roberts 23 lbs 3 ozs 1957

1958 Mrs C.J. Roberts 51 lbs 7 ozs

1960 Mrs C.J. Roberts 7 lbs 3 ozs

1961 Mrs M. Sitwell 21 lbs 3½ ozs

1962 Mrs M.E. Gregory 15 lbs ½ oz

1963 Mrs M.E. Gregory 37 lbs

1964 Mrs Gregory 96 lbs 15 ozs

1967 W.M. Groombridge 112 lbs 12 ozs

37 Grish Chunder Dutt Bhowanipore Calcutta (silver) [1] H260 x W125 610 (base and cup)
298 (9.58) (cup)
Ladies Pier Challenge Cup

(28th August 1924: The ladies pier prize, a silver challenge cup, was won outright by Miss R.W. Bennett.)

(30th September 1925: The thanks of the members are due to Mrs R.W. Bennett who, having won outright the cup presented by Mrs J. Lindsay, presented a very handsome silver rose bowl for future competition.)

(20th August 1928: The Bennett Cup was won this year by Mrs P.J. Townshend, a local member.)

(7th October 1987: The Ladies Challenge Cup turned up out of the blue. I don't know who found it or who handed this cup in. On the plinth plate the last winner was a Mrs. R.V. Bennett in 1923 with a weight of 4 lbs 5¼ ozs.)
"Deal & Walmer Angling Association 1921 Ladies Pier Challenge Cup Presented by Mrs Charles D. Lindsay"

Mrs F.V. Murmann 50 lbs 8 ozs 1911

Mrs E.G. Davis 7 lbs 3¾ ozs 1921

Mrs E.G. Davis 7 lbs 3¾ ozs 1921

Mrs R.W. Bennett 1 lb 14¼ ozs 1922

Mrs R.W. Bennett 4 lbs 5¼ ozs 1923

87 Made of Sterling silver in 1899 (London - d) by William Hutton & Sons Ltd (W H & Ss) of West Street (Sheffield), Hanley Street (Birmingham) and Farringdon Road (London) H290 x W285 3,410 (base and bowl)
1,196 (38.45) (bowl)
(W.S.) Lock & Son "Presented by W.S. Lock & Son
Deal & Walmer Angling Association
"
5 Made of Sterling silver in 1906 (Sheffield - gothic O) by Lee & Wigfull (HW - Henry Wigfull) of John Street Works, Highfield, Sheffield H160 x W160 256 (base and cup)
172 (5.53) (cup)
Margery Sitwell "Rose Bowl"

(heaviest aggregate weight (tope and pouting excluded) caught at the annual Boat Festival - Special Class 2)
"The Margery Sitwell Cup
Presented to D.W.A.A.
Heaviest Aggregate Weight taken in Festival (Pouting Barred)
"

1958 J.B. Hurd 87 lbs 15 ozs

1960 S. Kent 33 lbs

1962 P.P.W. Watkins 110 lbs 12 ozs

1963 Ron Edwards 105 lbs 9 ozs

1964 C.C. Stubbings 149 lbs 10 ozs

1968 E.H. Thompson 101 lbs 2½ ozs

1978 T. Coltman 97 lbs 9 ozs

1980 W. Charman 64 lbs 10 ozs

1981 E.J. Gillett 131 lbs 7 ozs

1983 A. Jones 76 lbs

1 Made of Sterling silver in 1912 (London - r) by Sydney & Co (S & Co) of Powell Street, Birmingham (subsequently Summerhill Road, Birmingham) H195 x W245 598 (base and cup)
374 (12.02) (cup)
Margery Sitwell Tope Cup "The Margery Sitwell Challenge Cup
Deal & Walmer Angling Association
"

1947 Boats T. Hayward 32 lbs 1 oz

1948 Boats Mrs M. Steele 33 lbs 6 ozs

1949 Boats M.B.B. Salkinder 8 lbs 12 ozs

1950 Boats W.N. Baker 56 lbs

1951 Boats H.N. Riley 33 lbs 2 ozs

1952 Boats Mrs M. Sitwell 1 lb 12 ozs

1953 Boats S.E. Smith 30 lbs 6 ozs

1954 Boats J. Coyne 1 lb 8 ozs

J. Spain Jnr 1 lb 12 ozs 1957

7 Made of Sterling silver in 1806 (London - L) by Peter & William Bateman (P B W B) of Bunhill Row, St. Luke's, Old Street, London H230 x W200 714 (base and cup)
410 (13.18) (cup)
Margery Sitwell

(base only, trophy missing)
M. O'Brien 53 lbs 4 ozs 1948

M. O'Brien 230 lbs 14 ozs 1949

M. O'Brien 169 lbs 14 ozs 1950

M. O'Brien 184 lbs 5 ozs 1951

D. Johnson 72 lbs 15 ozs 1952

S.E. Smith 168 lbs 1953

L. Spain 120 lbs 1954

R.A. Archer 41 lbs 8 ozs 1955

H.A. Baldry 60 lbs 4 ozs 1956

T. Middleton 35 lbs 1957

T. Hayward 66 lbs 14 ozs 1958

H. Hobbs 54 lbs 12 ozs 1959

W. Peacock 63 lbs 1960

W. Peacock 68 lbs 8 ozs 1961

L.H. Fields 50 lbs 6 ozs 1962

W. Peacock 68 lbs 8 ozs 1963

W. Peacock 54 lbs 12 ozs 1964

H. Thompson 174 lbs 1965

H. Hicks 49 Points 1973

19     (base)
Margery Sitwell Cup

(aggregate weight at Festival)
"The Margery Sitwell Challenge Cup
Deal & Walmer Angling Association
"

J.F. Peck 36 lbs 6 ozs 1950

W.R. Moores 73 lbs 1951

J.B. Hurd 52 lbs 12 ozs 1952

A.W. King 64 lbs 1953

Mrs M. Sitwell 40 lbs 8 ozs 1954

S.E. Smith 36 lbs 8 ozs 1955

Muir Weissinger 32 lbs 4 ozs 1956

A.L. Mackenzie 27 lbs 1957

J.R. Hopper 36 lbs 4 ozs 1962

A.R.P. Calder 35 lbs 10 ozs 1963

1966 R.D. Woodland 31 lbs 8 ozs

1978 Fred Upton 19 lbs 3 ozs

21 Made of Sterling silver in 1949 (London - O) by (?) (HFB) of (?) H325 x W160 1010 (base and cup)
524 (16.85) (cup)
Margery Sitwell Boat Cup

(missing)
  41      
Margery Steele Silver Challenge Cup

(heaviest aggregate weight of skate caught at the annual Boat Festival - Class 5)
"Deal & Walmer Angling Association The Margery Steele Challenge Cup Presented by Mrs M. Steele 1948"

J. Kingsland 23 lbs 1948

Mrs A.J. Schermuly 42 lbs 1949

H.W. Rooke 27 lbs 9 ozs 1950

Mrs A.J. Schermuly 22 lbs 1 oz 1951

Mrs M. Sitwell 7 lbs 9 ozs 1952

J.H. Roberts 19 lbs 4 ozs 1953

T. Hayward 23 lbs 9 ozs 1954

W. Turner 42 lbs 4 ozs 1955

F.H. Hargrave 13 lbs 1956

L.H. Field 44 lbs 12 ozs 1957

L.H.K. Field 36 lbs 5 ozs 1958

G. Fowler 8 lbs 2 ozs 1960

J.R. Hopper 10 lbs 12 ozs

G.A. Gill 16 lbs 11½ ozs 1966

78 Made of Sterling silver in 1927 (London - gothic m) by R & S Garrard & Co (Sebastian Henry Garrard) (SG) of Haymarket, London H145 x W135 276 (base and cup)
158 (5.08) (cup)
Mascot Cup

(missing)
  32      
(Arthur J.) Matthews Challenge Cup

(missing)

(aggregate heaviest weight of whiting caught in one day at the annual Boat Festival)
  20      
Mitchell Silver Challenge Team Cup

(missing)

(greatest weight of fish taken on the second day of the annual Pier Festival by an angling club team of four or less members - Special Class 7)
  62      
Neville Silver Challenge Cup

(missing)

(heaviest aggregate weight of flatfish (skate excluded) caught at the annual Boat Festival - Class 7)
  39      
N.F.S.A. Junior Shore Team Championship Plate "N.F.S.A. Junior Shore Team Championship Plate" 81 EPC Made in England 8995 Yeoman Plate D310 (plate)
Norton Silver Challenge Cup

(heaviest aggregate weight of pouting caught at the annual Boat Festival - Class 9)
"Special Prize Cup presented by Alfred Norton
Deal & Walmer Angling Association
"

Mr W.M. Mitchell 1 lb 13 ozs 1920

S. Groutage 16 lbs 8 ozs 1921

W.J. Wood 10 ozs 1922

W.M. Mitchell 2 lbs 10 ozs 1923

Major J.R.P. Clarke O.B.E 2 lbs 6 ozs 1924

Capt E.J. Street 2 lbs 11 ozs 1926

Mrs C.M. Plante 21 lbs 7 ozs 1927

Capt H.C. Mackenzie 18 lbs 2½ ozs 1928

D. Wild 6 lbs 1 oz 1929

F. Moore 1 lb ½ oz 1930

S. Slingsby 5 lbs 5½ ozs 1931

W.H. Joce 3 lbs 6½ ozs 1932

B.E. Stillman 4 lbs 9 ozs 1933

Mrs Gordon Blain 4 lbs 1½ ozs 1934

A.V. Blower 1 lb 8¾ ozs 1935

W.H. Joce 3 lbs 8¼ ozs 1936

Gordon Blain 3 lbs 11 ozs 1937

E.T. Stanton 18 lbs 15 ozs 1938

M. Steele 84 lbs 2 ozs 1947

M. O'Brien 96 lbs 1948

E.F.G. Powell 27 lbs 12 ozs 1949

S.D. Marsh 17 lbs 14 ozs 1950

F.H. Hargreaves 31 lbs 2 ozs 1951

N. Tucker 32 lbs 1952

T. Hayward 12 lbs 7 ozs 1953

G. Barrett 89 lbs 10 ozs 1954

L.F. Powell 7 lbs 4 ozs 1955

R.G. Sandy 31 lbs 15 ozs 1956

Miss W. Groombridge 24 lbs 1957

1958 L.W. Handbrook 27 lbs 4 ozs

1960 W. Hall 9 lbs 4 ozs

1961 K.R. Steytler 15 lbs 12 ozs

1962 Miss W.M. Groombridge 47 lbs 6 ozs

1980 P. Butler 4 lbs 6 ozs

55 Made of Sterling silver in 1918 (London - gothic C) by Charles Boyton & Son Ltd (C B & S) manufacturing silversmiths of Upper Charles Street, London EC H355 x W150 908 (base and cup)
476 (15.30) (cup)
Pairs Cup (Two)

(base only - cup missing)
F.T. Willis C.W. Roberts 14 lbs 12 ozs 1953

E. Valentine P. Valentine 18 lbs 2½ ozs 1954

F.T. Willis C.W. Roberts 11 lbs 1955

E. Valentine P. Valentine 19 lbs 9 ozs 1956

G. Pidduck P. Hogbin 9 lbs 15½ ozs 1957

W.J. Spain Mrs L. Squires 39 lbs 15 ozs 1958

S. Culver M. Libby 47 lbs 3¾ ozs 1959

C.R. Callighan A. Libby 28 lbs 7 ozs 1962

A. Heath A. Libby 50 lbs 10 ozs 1966

J.R. Goode P. Heath 30 lb 13½ oz 1974

D. Andrews R. Tunnicliff 36 lb 13¾ oz 1975

44      
Payton Cup

(missing)

(aggregate heaviest weight of whiting caught at the annual boat competition in motor and row boats - missing)
  71      
(S.B.) Peek Silver Challenge Cup

(greatest number of fish taken during the Boat Festival - Special Class 5)

(2nd October 1947: the Chairman placed before the committee a silver challenge cup presented by Mr S. Peek which was to be competed for by members only … it be awarded for the heaviest aggregate weight of fish caught in all the monthly competitions.)
"Deal & Walmer A.A.
Boat Festival 1949
"

J.B. Hurd 177 Fish 1949

H.N. Riley 35 Fish 1950

A.W.Wilson 159 Fish 1951

A.G. Harding 55 Fish 1952

W.R. Moors 107 Fish 1953

L. Spain 223 Fish 1954

N. Tucker 21 Fish 1955

J. Parkinson 37 Fish 1956

N. Tucker 49 Fish 1957

R.W. Bishop 107 Fish 1958

A. Jenkins 28 Fish 1960

J.H. Wiggins 38 Fish 1961

A. Daw 74 Fish 1962

C.C. Stubbings 101 Fish 1963

A.F. Ford 107 Fish 1964

T. Coltman 70 Fish 1978

1984 I. Cornish 28 Fish

24 Made of Sterling silver in 1929 (London - gothic o) by Edward Barnard & Sons Ltd (E B & s LD) of Hatton Garden, London H215 x W115 402 (cup and base)
166 (5.34) (cup)
(Thomas) Pimm Cup

(7th August 1949: Mr. O'Brien asked if a cup could be awarded for the best specimen fish to be taken in any competition organised by the Association during the year. Mrs. E.E. Pimm, Vice-President immediately said that it would give her very great pleasure to present the club with a suitable cup for the event, and this offer was accepted and the gesture greatly appreciated by all present)
"The Thomas Pimm Cup for the best specimen fish of the year presented by Mrs E.M. Pimm 1949"

Boat Bream 3 lbs J.B. Hurd 1949-50

Boat Dogfish 2 lbs 8 ozs W.H. Percival 1950-51

Boat Skate 15 lbs 10½ ozs J.J. Middleton 1956-57

Boat Spur-Dog 15 lbs V. Hooley 1971-72

Boat Cod 33 lbs 4 ozs C.J. Roberts 1972-73

13 Made of Sterling silver in 1904 (Sheffield - gothic m) by Atkin Brothers (Harry Wright Atkin) (HA) of Truro Works, Matilda Street, Sheffield H260 x W115 466 (base and cup)
224 (7.2) (cup)
President's Trophy (Sir Gerald Wollaston)

the "President's" silver challenge cup (Wollaston Trophy) awarded to the heaviest aggregate weight caught by a member - Special Class 6
"Sir Gerald Wollaston Memorial Trophy"

S.W. Culver 31 Fish 1960

T. Libby 41 Fish 1961

T. Libby 99 Fish 1962

A. Libby 85 Fish 1965

P.G. Heath 30 Fish 1974

48 EPNS Mappin & Webb A.I.E.P. Mn WB H235 x W300  
(John) Richmond Goblet "D. & W. A. A.
John Richmond Goblet
"

R. Law 13½ ozs 1938

Mrs C.J. Roberts 7lbs 3 ozs 1946

M. O'Brian 3 lbs 8½ ozs 1947

S.E. Smith 1 lb 5 ozs 1948

V. Cornwall 2 lbs 1 oz 1949

A. Allsopp 2 lbs 15 ozs 1951

S. Baxter 7 lbs 15 ozs 1952

R.G. Adams 3 lbs 13 ozs 1953

F.T. Willis 1 lb 8 ozs 1954

C.J. Roberts 5 lbs 11 ozs 1955

W.J. Spain 3 lbs 8 ozs 1957

S.E. Smith 8 lbs 1958

A.A. Collen 3 lbs ¾ oz 1960

I.E. Prangley 1 lb 3 ozs 1963

P. Heath 1 lb 3 ozs 1972

F.G. Prangley 4 lbs 6 ozs 1975

T. Hallinson 10 lbs 2 ozs 1978

16 EPNS H335 x W140  
(George) Roberts Cup

(aggregate heaviest weight of skate caught at the annual (June) motor and row boat competition)
"Deal & Walmer Angling Association
The George Roberts Trophy
"

1965 L. Longshaw

1967 J.C. Gamble

3 EPNS H165 x W155  
Salad Bowl Cup

(missing)
  30      
Sandown Silver Challenge Cup

(heaviest aggregate weight of flatfish (skate excluded) caught at the annual Pier Festival - Class 4)
"Deal & Walmer Angling Association "The Sandown Cup" Presented by Mr & Mrs Percy Edgar 1906"

R. Ivatt 1 lb 1907

R.R. Tatt 1 lbs 11¼ ozs 1933

W.A. Head 1 lb 7¾ ozs 1934

C.S. Bicket - lbs 9 ozs 1935

J. Thwaites - lbs 9½ ozs 1936

Mrs A. Stephens 2 lbs 13 ozs 1938

L.P. Spain 2 ozs 1946

E.E. Compton 1 lb 3½ ozs 1947

S.C.H. Pitts 6 lbs 7 ozs 1948

N.J. Coombs 2 lbs 9 ozs 1949

L.G. Parker 1 lb 2 ozs 1950

A.G. Dixon 9 ozs 1951

Mrs I.L. Chandler 1 lb 15½ ozs 1952

F.J. Cass 1 lb 11 ozs 1953

H. Joscelyne 8½ ozs 1954

A. Allsopp 1 lb ¼ oz 1955

H.C. Field 15 ozs 1956

Mrs S.A. Richardson 1 lb 13½ ozs 1957

C.R. Callighan 1 lb 10¾ ozs 1960

W.F. Bastin 15 ozs 1967

T.H. Allinson 6½ ozs 1975

A.H. Gittings 2 lbs 7½ ozs 1976

66 Made of Sterling silver in 1905-6 (Birmingham - f) by Henry Hobson & Sons (H H & S) of Houndsditch, London & Carver Street, Sheffield H265 x W140 600 (base and cup)
240 (7.72) (cup)
Slade Trophy

(missing)

(aggregate heaviest weight caught at the annual (May ?) motor and row boat competition)
  94      
(Gilbert) Smith Cup "D.W.A.A.
Gilbert Smith Memorial Cup
"
9 EPNS L. Ltd Made in England H205 x W175  
(Jack) Solomon Cup

(missing)

(aggregate heaviest weight caught at the annual boat competition in motor and row boats - missing)
6      
Spicer Cup

(heaviest cod caught at the annual motor and row boat competition)
"Deal & Walmer Angling Association (enamel crest) The "Spicer" Cup
Presented by the Association for competition between members of constituted sea angling associations in recognition of the services of H.T. Spicer Esq
"

Boats J. Wilcock 3 lbs 15 ozs 1947

E.J. Taylor 5 lbs 0 ozs 1949

Boats A.W. King 3 lbs 0 ozs 1950

W.H. Taylor 6 lbs 2½ ozs 1951

Boats G.C. Wilkes 5 lbs 3 ozs 1952

P Luckhurst 1 lb 11 ozs 1953

Boats H.E. Joyce 4 lbs 5 ozs 1954

J. Gamble 8 lbs 7 ozs 1961

Boats E.H. Thompson 5 lbs 10 ozs 1965

Ron Stopps 28 lbs 8 ozs 1975

72 Made of Sterling silver in 1921 (London - gothic f) by Charles Boyton & Son Ltd (C B & S) manufacturing silversmiths of Upper Charles Street, London EC.
Base marked The Alexander Clark Co Ltd London Goldsmiths & Silversmiths
H195 x W240 924 (cup and base)
468 (15.05) (cup)
Spring Cup

(base only - cup missing)
1967 D.W.A.A.

1972 D.A.C. (1919)

79      
(A.J.) Stait Silver Cup

(heaviest aggregate weight of pollack caught at the annual Pier Festival - Class 5)
"Presented by A.J. Stait Esq., for the largest catch of sizeable fish from Deal Pier won by"

D. Gruby 33 lbs 8 ozs 1950

M.N. Fulker 44 lbs 1951

J.B. Varrall 38 lbs 1952

W.R. Moors 35 lbs 8 ozs 1953

S. Sefton 32 lbs 12 ozs 1954

E.B. Gee 26 lbs 1955

E. Merrick 29 lbs 12 ozs 1957

J.C. Gamble 32 lbs 12 ozs 1958

A.R.P. Calder 35 lbs 10 ozs 1963

P.P.W. Watkins 31 lbs 8 ozs 1970

J.D. Barrett 38 lbs 8 ozs 1975

67 Made of Sterling silver in 1905 (London - k) by Robert Pringle & Sons (R.P) of Clerkenwell Road, London EC1 H270 x W140 728 (cup and base)
282 (9.07) (cup)
Subscribers Cup

(aggregate heaviest weight of conger caught at the annual motor and row boat competition)
"Deal & Walmer Angling Association The Subscribers Cup 1949"

Boats J. Wilcox 9 lbs 8 ozs 1949

Boats L.H.K. Field 23 lbs 8 ozs 1952

Boats P.S. Luckhurst 5 lbs 7 ozs 1956

Boats J.C. Gamble 12 lbs 8 ozs 1958

(illegible)

Boats S.H. Thompson 20 lbs 1968

Boats H. Healy 17 lbs 6 ozs 1969

15 Made of Sterling silver between 1893 and 1915 (London - date mark worn) by William Hutton & Sons Ltd (WH & Ss Ld) of West Street, Sheffield; Hanley Street, Birmingham; and Farringdon Road, London H310 x W170 1056 (cup and base)
298 (9.58) (cup)
Summer Cup "Deal & Walmer Angling Association
Summer Cup
Team Invitation
"

1967 D.W.A.A.

1968 H.B.A.A.

10 EPNS H330 x W190  
Sutherland Trophy

(missing)
  77      
Tankerton Cup

(heaviest aggregate weight (ladies only) caught at the annual Boat Festival - Class 10)
"Deal & Walmer Angling Association 1906 The Tankerton Cup Presented by J.W. Court"

J.W. Adams 46 lbs 13 ozs 1916

R.V. Cooke 33 lbs 1 oz 1947

Mrs J. Riley 48 lbs 1948

Mrs M. Steele 56 lbs 5 ozs 1949

Mrs J. Riley 27 lbs 9 ozs 1950

Mrs M. Sitwell 82 lbs 9 ozs 1951

Mrs P. Comfort 36 lbs 1952

Mrs L. Booker 24 lbs 1953

Mrs C.J. Roberts 57 lbs 10 ozs 1954

Mrs Millen 14 lbs 4 ozs 1955

Mrs G.A.Lovett 15 lbs 9 ozs 1956

Mrs Lovett 45 lbs 8 ozs 1957

Miss W. Groombridge 61 lbs 9 ozs 1958

Mrs M. Sitwell 9 lbs 12 ozs 1960

Margery Sitwell 57 lbs 5 ozs 1963

Miss W. Groombridge 95 lbs 10½ ozs 1964

Miss A. Willis 135 lbs 10 ozs 1966

Mrs N. Handley 48 lbs 10 ozs 1967/1969

Mrs N. Handley 37 lbs 7 ozs 1976/1977

Mrs S. Watkins 64 lbs 5 ozs 1979

58 Made of Sterling silver in 1905 (London - k) by Charles Boyton & Son Ltd (C B & S) manufacturing silversmiths of Upper Charles Street, London EC H210 x W200 826 (cup and base)
414 (13.31) (cup)
Taylor Walker Westerham Trophy

(greatest variety of sizeable fish as listed caught during the annual Pier Festival - Special Class 4)
"Deal & Walmer Angling Association
The Taylor Walker, Westerham
Challenge Cup
Presented to mark the opening of
the new Deal Pier 1957
"

1953 Broadstairs Fest J.W. Bailey 5 lbs 3½ ozs

1954 Deal Fest J.W. Bailey 5lbs 12 ozs

1955 Hastings Fest F.A.J. Lovett 13½ ozs

1956 Ramsgate Festival T. Hayward 5 lbs 2 ozs

1957 Broadstairs Fest W.T. Lawrence 4 lbs 10 ozs

1961 Ramsgate R. Sparrow Snaresbrook A.A.

1980 D.W.A.A. Fest A. Watts 2lbs 9 ozs

1985 Deal 1919 A. Sudds

61 Made of Sterling silver in 1931 (London - gothic q) by Dance & Duerden (Albert Dance & H Duerden) (D & D) Jewellers & medallists, Queens Street, Morley, Yorkshire H315 x W280 1150 (cup and base)
606 (19.48) (cup)
Thurrock Shield "Thurrock-Deal Challenge Trophy"

1957 D.&W.A.A. 25 lbs 8 ozs

1958 Thurrock A.C. 130 lbs 5 ozs

1959 D.&W.A.C. 188 lbs

1960 Thurrock A.C. 14 lbs

1961 Thurrock A.C. 238 lbs 11 ozs

1962 D.&W.A.C. 299 lbs

1963 Thurrock A.C. 5 ozs

1964 D.&W.A.A. 63 lbs 1½ ozs

43 EPNS H360 x W300  
Vasen Challenge Cup "The Vasen Challenge Cup
Deal & Walmer Angling Association
"

L. Hastilow 32 lbs 8 ozs 1950

L.A. Hastilow 2 Fish 1951

E. Tegland 31 lbs 1952

G.W. Taylor 1 Fish 1953

J.B. Hurd 1 Fish 31 lbs 1954

J.D. Weekes 1 Fish 32 lbs 1962

35 Made of Sterling silver in 1934 (Chester - gothic J) by S Blanckensee & Sons Ltd (S. B & S Ltd) Frederick Street & Great Hampton Street, Birmingham H265 x W200 626 (base and cup)
412 (13.25) (cup)
Wade-Kerr Silver Challenge Cup

(heaviest aggregate weight of dogfish (tope excluded) caught at the annual Boat Festival - Class 8)
"The Wade-Kerr Challenge Cup 1906
Deal & Walmer Angling Association
"

A. Norton 7 lbs 11 ozs 1916

T. Hayward 30 lbs 4 ozs 1948

P. Sayle 10 lbs 3 ozs 1949

S.E. Smith 9 lbs 1950

M.M. Muir 18 lbs 4 ozs 1951

A.J. Schermuly 11 lbs 9 ozs 1952

N.J. Coombs 16 lbs 12 ozs 1953

Mrs L. Schermuly 16 lbs 3 ozs 1954

C.J. Hennell 7 lbs 15 ozs 1955

A.E. King 10 lbs 6 ozs 1956

J.B. Hurd 25 lbs 12 ozs 1957

L. Crump 18 lbs 9 ozs 1958

E.W. Page 10 lbs 8 ozs 1960

L.H.K. Field 10 lbs 2½ ozs 1961

D.R. Hamilton 10 lbs 13 ozs 1963

G. Fowler 10 lbs 5 ozs 1970

P.G. Heath 1 lb 12 ozs 1971

M. Redding 8 lbs 12 ozs 1977

56 Made of Sterling silver in 1906 (Sheffield - gothic O) by John Round & Son Ltd (Joseph Ridge) (J.R) of Tudor Works, Tudor Street, Sheffield H245 x W125 502 (base and cup)
216 (6.94) (cup)
Walmer Silver Challenge Cup

(heaviest aggregate weight of whiting caught at the annual Boat Festival - Class 6)

(base only - cup missing)
B.E. Stillman 61 lbs 11¼ ozs 1935

Miss Blain 35 lbs 10¾ ozs 1936

J.A. Tunnicliffe 32 lbs 10 ozs 1937

G. Ashworth 79 lbs 5½ ozs 1938

N. Redsull 78 lbs 14 ozs 1947

F.H. Roberts 55 lbs 2 ozs 1948

A.W. Wilson 75 lbs 4 ozs 1949

L.W. Goodban 10 lbs 9 ozs 1950

L. Moncrieff 69 lbs 3 ozs 1951

V. Spicer 10 lbs 14 ozs 1952

S.E. Smith 62 lbs 15 ozs 1953

A.W. Adams 41 lbs 2 ozs 1954

S.E. Smith 2 lbs 14 ozs 1955

Mrs M. Sitwell 15 lbs 4 ozs 1956

T. Hayward 14 lbs 6 ozs 1957

S.E. Smith 23 lbs 2 ozs 1958

S. Kent 27 lbs 2 ozs 1960

T. Libby 11 lbs 9 ozs 1961

J. Leaman 3 lbs 2 ozs 1962

Ron Edwards 84 lbs 2 ozs 1963

G. Ashton 75 lbs 4 ozs 1964

A. Heath 58 lbs 11 ozs 1966

R.J.A. Whitby 44 lbs 4 ozs 1967

J. Pautard 60 lbs 3 ozs 1973

A. White 43 lbs 3 ozs 1976

A. Redding 34 lbs 4 ozs 1983

54      
(Gerald) Warner Cup

(heaviest aggregate catch (ladies only) taken at the annual Pier Festival - Class 7)
"Deal and Walmer Angling Association
The Gerald Warner Trophy
"

1962 E.R. Solly

1963 Mrs B.M. Harley

1965 Mrs E.R. Solly

1966 Miss C. de J. Ribeiro

1967 Mrs E.V Freeman

1975 Mrs A.V. Crabb

1976 Mrs J.S. Gorsuch

1977 Mrs K. Delaney

1978 Mrs K. Delaney

1980 Mrs L. Ramos

1981 Mrs E.V. Freeman

1983 Mrs B. Allinson

1984 Mrs B. Allinson

31 Made of Sterling silver in 1903 (London - h) by Charles Stuart Harris (CSH) of London H280 x W120 366 (cup and base)
234 (7.52) (cup)
Watts Silver Challenge Cup

(heaviest aggregate weight of cod caught at the annual Boat Festival - Class 2)
"Presented to the Deal & Walmer Angling Association by H.S. Watts October 1906"

H.J. Keen 17 lbs 14 ozs 1916

N. Baxter 10 lbs 6 ozs 1947

J.B. Hurd 45 lbs 1948

T. Hayward 24 lbs 14 ozs 1949

H. Bennett 2 lbs 1950

W.R. Moors 5 lbs 1951

H. Holmes 21 lbs 1 oz 1952

N. Tucker 7 lbs 1 oz 1953

W. Lawrence 6 lbs 12½ ozs 1954

Miss W. Groombridge 24 lbs 14 ozs 1955

F.W. Allen 6 lbs 5 ozs 1956

Mrs M. Sitwell 25 lbs 7 ozs 1957

J.B. Hurd 71 lbs 8 ozs 1958

W.H. Taylor 13 lbs 12 ozs 1960

L.H.K. Field 79 lbs 12 ozs 1964

R. Tucker 146 lbs 3 ozs 1966

P. Jones 54 lbs 6 ozs 1975

C.E. Hensker 39 lbs 15 ozs 1975

23 Made of Sterling silver in 1902 (Sheffield - gothic k) by James William Benson (JWB) of Ludgate Hill, London H275 x W140 778 (cup and base)
340 (10.93) (cup)
Whiting "Thermos Flask"

(missing)

A.E. Rose 9½ ozs 1912

91      
(Sir Gerald) Wollaston Silver Bowl "Deal and Walmer Angling Association
The Wollaston Trophy
Presented by Sir Gerald Wollaston KCB KCVO 1933
"

1947 Boats F. Croucher 10 lbs 10½ ozs

1948 S.J. Vandersluis 42 lbs 6 ozs

1949 Boats W.R. Glinn 35 lbs 4 ozs

1950 Boats C.J. Roberts 20 lbs 4 ozs

1951 Boats E. Slack 28 lbs 1 oz

1952 Boats N.J. Coombs 12 lbs

1953 Boats Mrs M. Sitwell 6 lbs 14 ozs

1954 Boats R.G. Sandy 14 lbs

1955 Boats W. Haine 7 lbs 10 ozs

27 Made of Sterling silver in 1934 (London - gothic t) by Charles Boyton (C B) Manufacturing silversmiths, Upper Charles Street, London EC H185 x W270 882 (base and bowl
426 (13.7) (bowl)
(W.J.) Wood Memorial Cup

(aka the Wood Silver Challenge Cup for the heaviest conger caught at the annual Boat Festival - Class 3)
"Deal & Walmer Angling Association The "Wood" Cup in memory of the late Mr J.W. Wood presented by his son Dr R.W. Wood 1930"

M Stevenson 4½ ozs 1963

E.H. Thompson 9 lbs 5 ozs 1964

Mrs M.E. Gregory 70 lbs 8 ozs 1965

E.H. Thompson 40 lbs 1966

Mrs H. Green 19 lbs 1970

H.J. Hicks 44 lbs 6 ozs 1973

W. Charman 64 lbs 10 ozs 1980

T. Neville 62 lbs 1983

52 Made of Sterling silver in 1928 (London - gothic n) by Charles Boyton & Son Ltd (C B & S) manufacturing silversmiths of Upper Charles Street, London EC H265 x W185 580 (base and cup)
384 (12.35) (cup)
Woodsden Silver Challenge Cup

(greatest number of fish (two days) taken at the annual Pier Festival - Special Class 3)
"Deal & Walmer Angling Association
The Woodsden Cup
presented by Mr A.W. Howlett 1936
"

W.H. Joce 13 Fish 1936

C. Bickett 2 Fish 1937

Mrs E.L. Davies 34 Fish 1938

J.B. Hurd 7 Fish 1946

G. Belsham 5 Fish 1947

G. Belsham 11 Fish 1948

C.A. Rafferty 9 Fish 1949

G.C. Barker 12 Fish 1950

E.J. Taylor 11 Fish 1951

W.R. Moors 10 Fish 1952

F. Willis 11 Fish 1953

D.A. Johnson 9 Fish 1954

S.G. Hook 14 Fish 1955

S.W. Culver 32 Fish 1957

W.J. Spain 20 Fish 1958

S. Hook 12 Fish 1960

T. Libby 28 Fish 1961

T. Libby 22 Fish 1962

(missing)

A. Heath 25 Fish 1967

P. Heath 2 Fish 1972

63 Made of Sterling silver in 1911 (Dublin - gothic Q) by Wakely & Wheeler (W & W) of Hatton Garden, London (subsequently Red Lion Square, Holborn, London) H285 x W265 1268 (base and cup)
652 (20.96) (cup)
Zetland Silver Challenge Cup 1909

(heaviest aggregate weight of cod caught at the annual Pier Festival - Class 1)
"The Zetland Cup presented by Mrs J. Hyde
Deal and Walmer Angling Association 1909
"

Mrs Belsham 1 lb 6¼ ozs 1938

R. Davies 4 lbs 7½ ozs 1946

R.A. Kerr 14 lbs 4 ozs 1947

P.R. Osbon 3 lbs 5½ ozs 1948

C. Predeth 8 lbs 4 ozs 1949

R.W. Edwards 8 lbs 9½ ozs 1950

C.J. Roberts 1 lb 4 ozs 1951

H.C. Field 4 lbs 9 ozs 1953

R. Cory 14½ ozs 1954

J.M. Lammin 13 ozs 1955

Mrs S. Jackman 3 lbs 3 ozs 1956

T. Newberry 3 lbs 11 ozs 1957

A.A. Richardson 6lbs 3 ozs 1958

F. Roper 1 lb 5 ozs 1960

H. Nall 2 lbs 13 ozs 1961

64 Made of Sterling silver in 1909 (London - O) by Edward Barnard & Sons Ltd (WMBJS) (possibly the oldest manufacturing silversmith in the world) of Fetter Lane, London H335 x W175 914 (base and cup)
548 (17.62) (cup)
(small posy bowl - may have wrong base - whiting or flatfish?) (no inscription)

A.B. Brockman 3 ozs 1949

H.N. Riley 3½ ozs 1950

E.J. Gould 2½ ozs 1951

Fagg 5 ozs 1952

F. Finnis 3 ozs 1953

A.G. Dixon 4 ozs 1954

W. Spain 1955

Mrs Jackman 1956

86 Made of Sterling silver in 1906-7 (Birmingham - g) by A J Bailey (A.J.B) of Everest Works, Tenby Street North, Birmingham H120 x W80 106 (base and cup)
52 (1.67) (cup)

[1] Grish Chunder Dutt & Sons were one of the best and most prolific silversmithing concerns working in Bhowanipore, a suburb of Calcutta, in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Wynyard Wilkinson has suggested that Calcutta's rural theme may have developed as a response to the various international exhibitons being organised in India in the late 19th century. The Calcutta International Exhibition of 1883 saw silver arriving from various regions of India, each with its own distinctive character. The demand thus far had been exclusively for European form and decoration. Silversmiths working in Calcutta and Bhowanipore strongly felt the need to develop a new and distinctive local style. This new form of decoration manifested itself in the form of depictions of the local religious tradition and Bengal village life. For further information on the Bhowanipore silversmithing tradition, see W. Wilkinson, Indian Silver 1858-1947 (London 1999) pages 55-57.

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