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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BBC Area / England - Manchester

  1. The Manchester Wordsquare The Manchester Wordsquare Contributed by Museum
  2. Medieval brass ewer Medieval brass ewer Contributed by Individual
  3. Nigerian currency Nigerian currency Contributed by Individual
  4. St. Brigid's Cross St. Brigid's Cross Contributed by Individual
  5. Gold Heart Gold Heart Contributed by Individual
  6. Model of a man selling textiles, Brazil Model of a man selling textiles, Brazil Contributed by Museum
  7. Ferranti Mark I computer logic door Ferranti Mark I computer logic door Contributed by Museum
  8. Liverpool Road Station sundial Liverpool Road Station sundial Contributed by Museum
  9. Neolithic polshed stone axe Neolithic polshed stone axe Contributed by Individual
  10. Fur forming machine Fur forming machine Contributed by Museum
  11. Nigerian Dress Nigerian Dress Contributed by Individual
  12. A Manchester made Longcase clock A Manchester made Longcase clock Contributed by Individual
  13. Discovery of mummies at Deir El Bahari Discovery of mummies at Deir El Bahari Contributed by Museum
  14. Porcelain Dogs from Barbados Porcelain Dogs from Barbados Contributed by Individual
  15. Hand Axe Hand Axe Contributed by Individual

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