List of Objects

Telling a history of our world through objects

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Size / Medium / BBC Area / England - Suffolk

  1. Golding Constable's Kitchen Garden Golding Constable's Kitchen Garden Contributed by Museum
  2. The Roubaix Drum The Roubaix Drum Contributed by Museum
  3. Brass of Armour of Sir Alexander Newton Brass of Armour of Sir Alexander Newton Contributed by Individual
  4. Horseman's Smock Horseman's Smock Contributed by Museum
  5. Jane Taylor's Christening Gown Jane Taylor's Christening Gown Contributed by Museum
  6. Picture of demolition at Ipswich docks Picture of demolition at Ipswich docks Contributed by Museum
  7. Prince Monolulu's Jackets Prince Monolulu's Jackets Contributed by Museum
  8. 17th Century copper weather vane 17th Century copper weather vane Contributed by Museum
  9. Flintlock Pistol Flintlock Pistol Contributed by Individual
  10. ZX811 Keyboard ZX811 Keyboard Contributed by Individual
  11. Indian Made Table Runner Indian Made Table Runner Contributed by Individual
  12. China Doll's Leg China Doll's Leg Contributed by Individual
  13. Christening Gown made in Suffolk Christening Gown made in Suffolk Contributed by Individual
  14. Houghton Butcher Man Co. Camera Houghton Butcher Man Co. Camera Contributed by Individual
  15. 19th Century Stoneware Jug 19th Century Stoneware Jug Contributed by Individual
  16. Snake and Budha Carving Snake and Budha Carving Contributed by Individual
  17. A Roman period Egyptian mummy mask A Roman period Egyptian mummy mask Contributed by Museum
  18. Spitfire Mk9 - 274 Squadron - 1944 Spitfire Mk9 - 274 Squadron - 1944 Contributed by Individual
  19. Victorian rosewood parlour chair Victorian rosewood parlour chair Contributed by Individual

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