This wax model is based on a specimen grown and presented by Josiah Trevestan, Ballarat, in 1875. The model was made by museum artist Thomas McMillan in 1875 for display at the 1876 Centennial International Exhibition, Philadelphia.

Synonyms: Norfolk Pippin, Hanging Pearmain. This variety of apple was brought to notice circa 1826 and named after the donor of the grafts to the Royal Horticultural Society, London, Robert Adams. Adams had sent the grafts under the name Norfolk Pippin. The Adams' Pearmain is harvested in autumn-winter and used for dessert cooking.

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