List of Objects

Telling a history of our world through objects

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Colour / White / BBC Area / England - Devon

  1. postcard postcard Contributed by Individual
  2. Victorain Tea Set Victorain Tea Set Contributed by Individual
  3. Reissue of 17th century blank book title Reissue of 17th century blank book title Contributed by Individual
  4. Shackleton Reference Letter for sledges Shackleton Reference Letter for sledges Contributed by Individual
  5. A souvenir lacquerware tray from Japan A souvenir lacquerware tray from Japan Contributed by Museum
  6. Martyr's Well Memorial Applique Cawnpore Martyr's Well Memorial Applique Cawnpore Contributed by Individual
  7. cast iron medical column scales cast iron medical column scales Contributed by Individual
  8. Silver Ivory Seal/opium pot Silver Ivory Seal/opium pot Contributed by Individual
  9. Japanese Sword and Sheath Japanese Sword and Sheath Contributed by Museum
  10.  Royal Navy Crossing The Arctic Line Royal Navy Crossing The Arctic Line Contributed by Individual
  11.   Jug belonging to Exmouth's Beach Lady Jug belonging to Exmouth's Beach Lady Contributed by Museum
  12. Gretna Green Marriage Certificate Gretna Green Marriage Certificate Contributed by Individual
  13. St George and the Dragon Statue St George and the Dragon Statue Contributed by Individual
  14. A ceramic po A ceramic po Contributed by Individual
  15. Emotional Telegram 'Sinking of Bismark' Emotional Telegram 'Sinking of Bismark' Contributed by Individual
  16. Sir Francis Drake's Atlas of the World Sir Francis Drake's Atlas of the World Contributed by Individual

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