List of Objects

Telling a history of our world through objects

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Location / UK / BBC Area / Scotland - South Scotland

  1. Replica of the world's first bicycle Replica of the world's first bicycle Contributed by Museum
  2. Harkness Drill Plough Harkness Drill Plough Contributed by Individual
  3. Ripple Flaked Arrowhead Ripple Flaked Arrowhead Contributed by Museum
  4. Bronze Flat Axe Bronze Flat Axe Contributed by Museum
  5. Food Vessel Food Vessel Contributed by Museum
  6. Butter or 'Scotch' Hands Butter or 'Scotch' Hands Contributed by Museum
  7. Butter Churn Butter Churn Contributed by Museum
  8. The Chilcarroch Plough The Chilcarroch Plough Contributed by Museum
  9. Dansette Major Record Player Dansette Major Record Player Contributed by Individual
  10. Bronze Age Cist Burial Bronze Age Cist Burial Contributed by Museum
  11. Altar to Minerva. Altar to Minerva. Contributed by Museum
  12. Measuring Stick, 1762. Measuring Stick, 1762. Contributed by Museum
  13. Robert Burns cravat pin Robert Burns cravat pin Contributed by Museum
  14. The Kirkcudbright 'Siller' (Silver) Gun The Kirkcudbright 'Siller' (Silver) Gun Contributed by Museum
  15. Gloves knitted in the Sanquhar pattern Gloves knitted in the Sanquhar pattern Contributed by Museum

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