A small, juicy eating apple which does not store well but which is highly productive. It was raised in 1909 by Laxton Brothers of Bedford and is a cross between Wealthy and Cox's Orange Pippin. It is yellow striped with red. This apple was awarded the Royal Horticultural Society Award of Merit in 1931. It is an early-season variety which is harvested from late-August in South-East England. It can be stored until late September.