List of Objects

Telling a history of our world through objects

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Location / UK / England - North West / 1925 - 1950

  1. 1928 Austin Seven Fabric Saloon 1928 Austin Seven Fabric Saloon Contributed by Individual
  2. Cloured polyethelene toy Cloured polyethelene toy Contributed by Individual
  3. Blackpool Illuminations Switch-on Switch Blackpool Illuminations Switch-on Switch Contributed by Museum
  4. Butter Knife Butter Knife Contributed by Individual
  5. Jet engine designed by Frank Whittle Jet engine designed by Frank Whittle Contributed by Individual
  6. Plan of old St. John's Market, Liverpool Plan of old St. John's Market, Liverpool Contributed by Individual
  7. WW2 Radar CV56 Magnetron WW2 Radar CV56 Magnetron Contributed by Individual
  8. Hindley UDC Chain of Office Hindley UDC Chain of Office Contributed by Museum
  9. Ancient Order of Foresters Sash Ancient Order of Foresters Sash Contributed by Museum
  10. Poster Poster Contributed by Individual
  11. the first piece of polyethylene the first piece of polyethylene Contributed by Individual
  12. Mayo Composite Aircraft Mayo Composite Aircraft Contributed by Individual
  13. Lamellaphone Lamellaphone Contributed by Museum
  14. Avro Lancaster PA 474 Avro Lancaster PA 474 Contributed by Museum
  15. Four Penny Coins Four Penny Coins Contributed by Individual
  16. Ration books for Motor cars and cycles Ration books for Motor cars and cycles Contributed by Individual
  17. Ration books for Motor cars and cycles Ration books for Motor cars and cycles Contributed by Individual
  18. Fur forming machine Fur forming machine Contributed by Museum
  19. Mother's letter to evacuated children Mother's letter to evacuated children Contributed by Individual

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