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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Colour / Yellow / 1700 - 1800

  1. The Duke of Devonshire's watch The Duke of Devonshire's watch Contributed by Individual
  2. Knotted burr snuff box Knotted burr snuff box Contributed by Individual
  3. Oriental vase set Oriental vase set Contributed by Individual
  4. Ingenious 18th century tobacco box Ingenious 18th century tobacco box Contributed by Museum
  5. Dolly Pentreath Dolly Pentreath Contributed by Museum
  6. Contents of a garderobe Contents of a garderobe Contributed by Museum
  7. Poland Arise Poland Arise Contributed by Individual
  8. Hawaiian feather helmet Hawaiian feather helmet Contributed by The British Museum
  9. Senegalese dagger and sheath Senegalese dagger and sheath Contributed by Individual
  10. The Old Lady of Threadneedle Street The Old Lady of Threadneedle Street Contributed by Museum
  11. Oil Painting by Sir George Stubbs Oil Painting by Sir George Stubbs Contributed by Museum
  12. Papier Mache blotter Papier Mache blotter Contributed by Individual
  13. Stained Glass Stained Glass Contributed by Museum
  14. Randall Burroughes' journal Randall Burroughes' journal Contributed by Individual
  15. Erasmus Darwin's Microscope Erasmus Darwin's Microscope Contributed by Museum
  16. Samurai armour Samurai armour Contributed by Museum
  17. 18th C Grenadier's Mitre 18th C Grenadier's Mitre Contributed by Museum
  18. Troughton's Reflecting Circle Troughton's Reflecting Circle Contributed by Museum
  19. World's first printed Valentine's Card World's first printed Valentine's Card Contributed by Museum

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