List of Objects

Telling a history of our world through objects

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Colour / White / BBC Area / England - Hereford & Worcs

  1. 'Paris Goblet' wine glass 'Paris Goblet' wine glass Contributed by Individual
  2. Auschwitz-Birkenau - Poland circa 1943 Auschwitz-Birkenau - Poland circa 1943 Contributed by Individual
  3. Plaster Ceiling Plaster Ceiling Contributed by Museum
  4. Tramp Clown Puppet Tramp Clown Puppet Contributed by Museum
  5. Sitz Bath Sitz Bath Contributed by Museum
  6. Otis King's Patent Calculator Otis King's Patent Calculator Contributed by Individual
  7. Tourist picture of the Red Fort Tourist picture of the Red Fort Contributed by Individual
  8. Chinese Plate Chinese Plate Contributed by Individual
  9. Stuffed 2 headed calf Stuffed 2 headed calf Contributed by Museum
  10. Reg Boulton's Madley Satellite image Reg Boulton's Madley Satellite image Contributed by Museum
  11. Casoar Cap presented to Bewdley Casoar Cap presented to Bewdley Contributed by Museum
  12. Ranjitsinhji Plate Ranjitsinhji Plate Contributed by Museum
  13. Travelling Font Travelling Font Contributed by Museum
  14. Children's Tea service Children's Tea service Contributed by Museum
  15. Giant Worcester Porcelain tureen Giant Worcester Porcelain tureen Contributed by Museum

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