List of Objects

Telling a history of our world through objects

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Location / Pacific And Australia / 1800 - 1900

  1. Tahitian mourner's costume Tahitian mourner's costume Contributed by Museum
  2. Tree fern figure Tree fern figure Contributed by Museum
  3. A chinese embrodered silk robe A chinese embrodered silk robe Contributed by Individual
  4. Carved emu egg Carved emu egg Contributed by Individual
  5. Bedspread Applique work Bedspread Applique work Contributed by Individual
  6. Sepik River Carving Sepik River Carving Contributed by Individual
  7. Spearing The Kangaroo Spearing The Kangaroo Contributed by Museum
  8. Bishop Patteson's Death Mask Bishop Patteson's Death Mask Contributed by Museum
  9. Horatio Robley Maori Chief Watercolour Horatio Robley Maori Chief Watercolour Contributed by Museum
  10. Mask from New Ireland Mask from New Ireland Contributed by Museum
  11. Ceremonial Turtle Posts Ceremonial Turtle Posts Contributed by Museum
  12. Fijian Ancestor figure Fijian Ancestor figure Contributed by Museum
  13. Double-figure hook from Fiji Double-figure hook from Fiji Contributed by Museum
  14. Malagan Totem from New Ireland Malagan Totem from New Ireland Contributed by Museum
  15. The Australia Letter The Australia Letter Contributed by Individual

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