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Astrolabe (electrotype), thought to have been owned by Philip II of Spain
Astrolabe (electrotype), thought to have been owned by Philip II of Spain
made at Louvain, Belgium

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000-100-102-682-C
Astronomical compendium (base)
Astronomical compendium (base)
made in London

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000-190-001-910-C
Astronomical compendium (detail)
Astronomical compendium (detail)
made in London

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000-190-001-907-C
Astronomical compendium (detail)
Astronomical compendium (detail)
made in London

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000-190-001-908-C
Astronomical compendium (detail)
Astronomical compendium (detail)
made in London

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000-190-001-909-C
Astronomical compendium (lid)
Astronomical compendium (lid)
made in London

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000-190-001-911-C
Astronomical compendium (open)
Astronomical compendium (open)
made in London

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000-100-102-352-C
Astronomical regulator clock
Astronomical regulator clock
made in London

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000-180-000-996-C
Back of a silver spoon, made in Glasgow
Back of a silver spoon, made in Glasgow

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000-100-001-167-C
Backstaff
Backstaff
made in London

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000-100-102-653-C
Backstaff
Backstaff
made in London

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000-190-001-013-C
Backstaff (detail)
Backstaff (detail)
made in London

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000-190-001-012-C
Badge of the Order of Baronets of Nova Scotia
Badge of the Order of Baronets of Nova Scotia

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000-100-102-908-C
Bagpipe chanter for a set of Lowland Scottish bagpipes
Bagpipe chanter for a set of Lowland Scottish bagpipes
by Donald MacDonald, Edinburgh, early 19th century

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000-000-579-890-C
Bagpipe chanter for a set of Scottish small-pipes
Bagpipe chanter for a set of Scottish small-pipes
by Donald MacDonald, Castlehill, Edinburgh, c. 1820

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000-000-579-997-C
Bagpipe chanter for the Irish war pipes or 'Brian Boru' bagpipe
Bagpipe chanter for the Irish war pipes or 'Brian Boru' bagpipe
by R.M. O'Mealy, Belfast, early 20th century

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000-000-579-648-C

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