This wax model is based on a specimen grown by the Horticultural Society of Victoria at their Burnley Gardens. The model was presented to the museum by the National Agricultural Society in 1874 after the specimen was exhibited at the National Agricultural Society's Show, 3-5 April 1873. The model maker was not recorded. See also Reg. Item 13561.

Synonym: Red Ingestrie. This apple is a cider variety and is harvested in autumn. Thomas Andrew Knight raised Red Ingestrie, Dounton Pippin and Grange Apple all from seed of Orange Pippin and pollen of Golden Pippin. Red Ingestrie was planted at Wormsley Grange, Herefordshire and named after the seat of Earl Talbot in Staffordshire.

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