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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  1. Gobek Api - Fire Maker Gobek Api - Fire Maker Contributed by Individual
  2. Georgian Necklace Georgian Necklace Contributed by Individual
  3. Victorian pottery Victorian pottery Contributed by Individual
  4. Black stone like object Black stone like object Contributed by Individual
  5. 1797 Coin 1797 Coin Contributed by Individual
  6. Spider paper weight Spider paper weight Contributed by Individual
  7. Lego Man Lego Man Contributed by Individual
  8. Whit-horn Whit-horn Contributed by Museum
  9. The Structure of Penicillin The Structure of Penicillin Contributed by Museum
  10. Ty Beanie Baby Billionaire Bear Ty Beanie Baby Billionaire Bear Contributed by Individual
  11. Commemorative covers from 1897 Commemorative covers from 1897 Contributed by Individual
  12. A tobacco tin from 1897 A tobacco tin from 1897 Contributed by Individual
  13. Elizabethan Pan Weight Elizabethan Pan Weight Contributed by Individual
  14. An 1897 mug An 1897 mug Contributed by Individual
  15. Plastic items from 1897 Plastic items from 1897 Contributed by Individual
  16. VE day circular letter from 'C' VE day circular letter from 'C' Contributed by Individual
  17. Pin badges from 1897 Pin badges from 1897 Contributed by Individual
  18. A History Of The World by Polybius A History Of The World by Polybius Contributed by Individual
  19. Ancient Bronze Ptolmy coins Ancient Bronze Ptolmy coins Contributed by Individual
  20. Thomas Tye's Account Book 1738-1783 Thomas Tye's Account Book 1738-1783 Contributed by Individual

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