List of Objects

Telling a history of our world through objects

Click on the titles in the blue bar below [Location, Theme, Contributor Type, etc.] and then choose a category to see a list of objects - e.g. click Theme and then click War. (All objects have been classified by their contributor.)

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Colour / Yellow / BBC Area / England - Devon

  1. A violin A violin Contributed by Individual
  2. Knotted burr snuff box Knotted burr snuff box Contributed by Individual
  3. A silver pocket watch A silver pocket watch Contributed by Individual
  4. Automobile book Automobile book Contributed by Individual
  5. gold ring gold ring Contributed by Individual
  6. Two miniature portraits. Two miniature portraits. Contributed by Individual
  7. The Exeter puzzle jug The Exeter puzzle jug Contributed by Museum
  8. Amber awarded for harbouring Latvian PM Amber awarded for harbouring Latvian PM Contributed by Individual
  9. A gift from Queen Victoria to her troops A gift from Queen Victoria to her troops Contributed by Individual
  10. A series of bone whistles A series of bone whistles Contributed by Museum
  11. A fragment of a Norman capital A fragment of a Norman capital Contributed by Museum
  12. A fragment of a Norman doorway A fragment of a Norman doorway Contributed by Museum
  13. Inner Mummy Coffin Inner Mummy Coffin Contributed by Museum
  14. Massey Ferguson 2130 Tractor Massey Ferguson 2130 Tractor Contributed by Individual
  15. Bush Radio TR82C Bush Radio TR82C Contributed by Museum

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