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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Size / Small / BBC Area / Scotland - Tayside & Central

  1. The World's Oldest Football The World's Oldest Football Contributed by Museum
  2. The Tootie Horn The Tootie Horn Contributed by Museum
  3. Scale model of the Terra Nova ship Scale model of the Terra Nova ship Contributed by Museum
  4. Winkie Winkie Contributed by Museum
  5. Borrowers Register, Innerpeffray Library Borrowers Register, Innerpeffray Library Contributed by Museum
  6. Medieval Ecclesiatical Box Medieval Ecclesiatical Box Contributed by Museum
  7. 18th Century Ships Compass 18th Century Ships Compass Contributed by Museum
  8. Stirling Pint Jug or Stoup Stirling Pint Jug or Stoup Contributed by Museum
  9. Murdoch Steam Engine Murdoch Steam Engine Contributed by Museum
  10. X-Ray Protection Mask X-Ray Protection Mask Contributed by Museum
  11. Oldest dated Curling Stone in the world Oldest dated Curling Stone in the world Contributed by Museum
  12. Applemac Applemac Contributed by Individual
  13. Stevenson's Bell Rock Lighthouse Model Stevenson's Bell Rock Lighthouse Model Contributed by Museum
  14. Medieval Pilgrim badge Medieval Pilgrim badge Contributed by Museum
  15. Medieval mirror case Medieval mirror case Contributed by Museum

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