List of Objects

Telling a history of our world through objects

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Theme / Art / BBC Area / England - Cambridgeshire

  1. Thomas Clarkson's Travelling Chest Thomas Clarkson's Travelling Chest Contributed by Museum
  2. WW1 matchbox sleeve WW1 matchbox sleeve Contributed by Individual
  3. Memorial Hall domed ceiling murals Memorial Hall domed ceiling murals Contributed by Museum
  4. Miniature of Queen Caroline Miniature of Queen Caroline Contributed by Individual
  5. Mouse House by Barbara Maynard Mouse House by Barbara Maynard Contributed by Museum
  6. Medieval tiled floor Medieval tiled floor Contributed by Museum
  7. Astrolabe Longcase Clock Astrolabe Longcase Clock Contributed by Museum
  8. Ramesses III Ramesses III Contributed by Museum
  9. Old Garret Hostel Bridge Cambridge Old Garret Hostel Bridge Cambridge Contributed by Individual
  10. Celebratory Meal Celebratory Meal Contributed by Individual
  11. Coronation of Queen Victoria Coronation of Queen Victoria Contributed by Individual
  12. stained glass panel stained glass panel Contributed by Museum
  13. The Macclesfield Psalter The Macclesfield Psalter Contributed by Museum
  14. Cheselden medal Cheselden medal Contributed by Individual
  15. Cheselden medal Cheselden medal Contributed by Individual

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