List of Objects

Telling a history of our world through objects

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BBC Area / Isle of Man

  1. 1928 Austin Seven Fabric Saloon 1928 Austin Seven Fabric Saloon Contributed by Individual
  2. Pagan Lady's Necklace Pagan Lady's Necklace Contributed by Museum
  3. Carved cow bone Carved cow bone Contributed by Individual
  4. Hobbing Shoe Last Hobbing Shoe Last Contributed by Individual
  5. Mirror Mirror Contributed by Individual
  6. Codd neck bottle Codd neck bottle Contributed by Individual
  7. Printing Frame Printing Frame Contributed by Individual
  8. Mike Hailwood's Suzuki Motorbike Mike Hailwood's Suzuki Motorbike Contributed by Museum
  9. Isle of Man Sword of State Isle of Man Sword of State Contributed by Museum
  10. Nicholas Nickleby (1st Bound Edition) Nicholas Nickleby (1st Bound Edition) Contributed by Individual
  11. Chair from 1979 Tynwald Ceremony Chair from 1979 Tynwald Ceremony Contributed by Individual
  12. Thorwald's Cross Thorwald's Cross Contributed by Museum
  13. Archibald Knox Clock Archibald Knox Clock Contributed by Museum
  14. Royal Marines Badge from HMS Racehorse Royal Marines Badge from HMS Racehorse Contributed by Museum
  15. Peter Heywood's Dirk Peter Heywood's Dirk Contributed by Museum
  16. Vases from World War One internment camp Vases from World War One internment camp Contributed by Museum
  17. Manx Language Wooden Crate Manx Language Wooden Crate Contributed by Museum
  18. Kirk Michael Viking Silver Hoard Kirk Michael Viking Silver Hoard Contributed by Museum
  19. The P50, The World’s Smallest Car The P50, The World’s Smallest Car Contributed by Museum

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