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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  1. A cannonball made of Wealden iron A cannonball made of Wealden iron Contributed by Individual
  2. ICT 1301 computer ICT 1301 computer Contributed by Individual
  3. Victorian Anchor Trials Victorian Anchor Trials Contributed by Museum
  4. Section of the Berlin Wall Section of the Berlin Wall Contributed by Museum
  5. Silver Cup Silver Cup Contributed by Museum
  6. Triumph Roadster Triumph Roadster Contributed by Individual
  7. Alvis TA 14 vintage car Alvis TA 14 vintage car Contributed by Individual
  8. The Knowles Challenge Cup - unique? The Knowles Challenge Cup - unique? Contributed by Individual
  9. PYX PYX Contributed by Individual
  10. Coffee Pot Coffee Pot Contributed by Individual
  11. Post Office Savings Bank Post Office Savings Bank Contributed by Museum
  12. Cannonball from 1665 Dutch Invasion Cannonball from 1665 Dutch Invasion Contributed by Museum
  13. Stephen Bennion  Leaf Shaped arrowhead Stephen Bennion Leaf Shaped arrowhead Contributed by Individual
  14. Mrs Kingswood's - Pilgrim's Badge Mrs Kingswood's - Pilgrim's Badge Contributed by Individual
  15. Mrs Proctor's Flint Scraper Mrs Proctor's Flint Scraper Contributed by Individual
  16. James Williams' Thames Pick James Williams' Thames Pick Contributed by Individual
  17. Prehistoric flint hand axe Prehistoric flint hand axe Contributed by Individual
  18. Blue/Grey slate/clay pipe Blue/Grey slate/clay pipe Contributed by Individual

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