List of Objects

Telling a history of our world through objects

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  1. Colossus World's 1st Electronic Computer Colossus World's 1st Electronic Computer Contributed by Museum
  2. Roman/Celtic(?) Cauldron- melting bronze Roman/Celtic(?) Cauldron- melting bronze Contributed by Individual
  3. Stone and lead ashtray. Stone and lead ashtray. Contributed by Individual
  4. Silicon transistor Silicon transistor Contributed by Individual
  5. Saucepan, ladle and spoon Saucepan, ladle and spoon Contributed by Individual
  6. Pilot's log book Pilot's log book Contributed by Individual
  7. Needlework casket Needlework casket Contributed by Individual
  8. Etching Etching Contributed by Individual
  9. Art Deco ornament Art Deco ornament Contributed by Individual
  10. French Cavalry Dragoon sword French Cavalry Dragoon sword Contributed by Individual
  11. Wheeled horse toy Wheeled horse toy Contributed by Individual
  12. Watercolour Watercolour Contributed by Individual
  13. Metal puppet Metal puppet Contributed by Individual
  14. Drawing of Ruhleben Horse-box - WWII Drawing of Ruhleben Horse-box - WWII Contributed by Individual
  15. Chieftain's Burial Chieftain's Burial Contributed by Museum
  16. Small Handheld Persussion "Muff" Pistol Small Handheld Persussion "Muff" Pistol Contributed by Individual
  17. Stationary and matching presentation box Stationary and matching presentation box Contributed by Individual
  18. A long chain mail tunic A long chain mail tunic Contributed by Museum
  19. BLICKENSDERFER TELEPRINTER No 5, 1890 BLICKENSDERFER TELEPRINTER No 5, 1890 Contributed by Museum
  20. Wrist Clasp Wrist Clasp Contributed by Individual
  21. Hand Axes Hand Axes Contributed by Individual

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