List of Objects

Telling a history of our world through objects

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Location / Europe / BBC Area / England - Surrey

  1. First World War - cease-fire message First World War - cease-fire message Contributed by Individual
  2. GERMAN U-BOAT OFFICERS DRESS DIRK DAGGER GERMAN U-BOAT OFFICERS DRESS DIRK DAGGER Contributed by Individual
  3. A Photograph of John Wyndham Lewis A Photograph of John Wyndham Lewis Contributed by Individual
  4. Romanian revolution flag 1989 Romanian revolution flag 1989 Contributed by Individual
  5. Two small boxes made during  WW2 Two small boxes made during WW2 Contributed by Individual
  6. Ringchen Bettina Dittelman Ringchen Bettina Dittelman Contributed by Individual
  7. Picture Hamburg crest.  Message on back Picture Hamburg crest. Message on back Contributed by Individual
  8. Medals of Herbert Sulzbach Medals of Herbert Sulzbach Contributed by Museum
  9. Penicillin Notatum Culture Penicillin Notatum Culture Contributed by Museum
  10. Lieutenant Tulloch's RAMC microscope Lieutenant Tulloch's RAMC microscope Contributed by Museum
  11. Russian naboika block print fabric Russian naboika block print fabric Contributed by Museum
  12. 15th Century Flemish coffer made of oak 15th Century Flemish coffer made of oak Contributed by Museum

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