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Apple 'Lady's Finger of Lancaster', mid September. "Introduced in 1824 in Lancashire. An attractive mid-season cooking apple, keeps its shape when cooked. Quite unusual now, though it was a common sight in Lancashire and Cumbria in the 19th century." (R.V. Roger) "Lady's finger" is the name to given to apples with an elongated, oval or conical shape.