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Tea cannister

Production began at the Indeo Pottery in 1766 but the works were closed by 1841. Josiah Wedgwood visited in 1775 on a journey back from Cornwall and was not impressed:...

Cup

This cup dates from the Early Bronze Age. It was collected by Lord Cobham who was Commissioner in Larnaca between 1879 and 1908....

Club

The taiaha is the Maori version of the spear club. Early examples are short and plain with no carving, while later examples are much longer and entirely covered with...

Foundation plate from Exe Bridge

This silver plate was placed in the foundation stone of the second Exe bridge when construction began in 1770. The bridge was destroyed by flood in 1772 when this plate...

Ross’s trogon

This bird skin might be a type specimen; further research is required. It was collected by General Smee in January 1939.It is described as new species in Lowe, W.P. 1939...