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Skeleton Key
Mystery Question
This key labelled « Cellars » was found in the archaeological dig in 2002. The limestone building had no cellar. Was there once a storage space, or even a rumoured passage, underneath James Calcutt’s neighbouring residence?
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Media Type
Made of Iron. Rusty. 91.7 mm in length. Inscribed with “Cellars”.
This item was found during the archaeological dig in 2002.
Date of Original
Unknown Date
Date Of Event
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Cobourg Museum Foundation
WWW address
Agency street/mail address
c/o Victoria Hall, 55 King Street West
Cobourg, ON K9A 2M2 Phone number: 19053737222
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Skeleton Key

Made of Iron. Rusty. 91.7 mm in length. Inscribed with “Cellars”.