List of Objects

Telling a history of our world through objects

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BBC Area / Wales - North West Wales

  1. Royal Charter Gold ingots Royal Charter Gold ingots Contributed by Museum
  2. Draft World War I Peace Treaty Draft World War I Peace Treaty Contributed by Museum
  3. A slave-chain from Llyn Cerrig Bach A slave-chain from Llyn Cerrig Bach Contributed by Museum
  4. Ornamental slate fan Ornamental slate fan Contributed by Museum
  5. Bronze age axe head Bronze age axe head Contributed by Individual
  6. Door handle from Checkpoint Charlie Door handle from Checkpoint Charlie Contributed by Individual
  7. Medieval carved stone head from Deganwy Medieval carved stone head from Deganwy Contributed by Individual
  8. Drawing by child during Spanish CivilWar Drawing by child during Spanish CivilWar Contributed by Museum
  9. Segontium Sword Segontium Sword Contributed by Museum
  10. No traitor lives here! No traitor lives here! Contributed by Museum
  11. Human face on an Iron Age shield fitting Human face on an Iron Age shield fitting Contributed by Museum
  12. Roman Copper Ingot Roman Copper Ingot Contributed by Museum
  13. Decorated Beads from Kendrick's Cave Decorated Beads from Kendrick's Cave Contributed by Museum
  14. Red Wharf Bay arm-rings Red Wharf Bay arm-rings Contributed by Museum
  15. Passport belonging to Jew fleeing Russia Passport belonging to Jew fleeing Russia Contributed by Museum
  16. Sling and band used in Spanish Civil War Sling and band used in Spanish Civil War Contributed by Museum
  17. Funeral Boat made of dark animal skin Funeral Boat made of dark animal skin Contributed by Individual
  18. Stone age tool - pounding or grinding? Stone age tool - pounding or grinding? Contributed by Individual

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