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Astrolabe (back)
Astrolabe (back)
possibly made in Lahore, India

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000-190-001-043-C
Astrolabe (back)
Astrolabe (back)
possibly made in North India

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000-190-001-076-C
Astrolabe (back)
Astrolabe (back)
made in Persia

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000-190-002-204-C
Astrolabe (back)
Astrolabe (back)
made in Persia

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000-190-002-209-C
Astrolabe (front)
Astrolabe (front)
possibly made in Lahore, India

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000-100-102-700-C
Astrolabe (front)
Astrolabe (front)
possibly made in North India

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000-100-102-830-C
Astrolabe (front)
Astrolabe (front)
made in Persia

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000-100-104-225-C
Back of a silver case for playing cards
Back of a silver case for playing cards
Made in China

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000-100-082-413-C
Back of a silver case for playing cards
Back of a silver case for playing cards
Made in China

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000-100-082-414-C
Bag
Bag
made in India

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000-180-000-578-C
Bagpipe tutor entitled 'Piping for Boys or a Piper's Primer'
Bagpipe tutor entitled 'Piping for Boys or a Piper's Primer'
by J. Percy Sturrock and published by Eneas Mackay, Stirling, 1911

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000-000-579-870-C
Bagpipes
Bagpipes
played at storming of Heights of Dargai, India

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000-180-002-382-C
Beaker, commemorating Diamond Jubilee of Queen Victoria
Beaker, commemorating Diamond Jubilee of Queen Victoria
possibly made at Prestonpans in East Lothian

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000-180-002-458-C
Bonnet badge of the 78th Regiment of Foot
Bonnet badge of the 78th Regiment of Foot

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000-000-100-231-C
Burnisher used in music engraving
Burnisher used in music engraving
by music printers and publishers Aird and Coghill, Glasgow, until 1972

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000-000-579-634-C
Cannon, probably for use by Army of Solemn League and Covenant
Cannon, probably for use by Army of Solemn League and Covenant
made in Edinburgh

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000-180-002-155-C

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