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Punch bowl (detail)
000-190-002-164-C
Punch bowl (detail)

made in Greenock, Renfrewshire
© National Museums Scotland



Punch bowl (detail)
000-190-002-190-C
Punch bowl (detail)

made in Greenock, Renfrewshire
© National Museums Scotland



Quilt
000-180-000-570-C
Quilt

from Jessore, Bangladesh
© National Museums Scotland



Rain gauge evaporator
000-180-001-178-C
Rain gauge evaporator

© National Museums Scotland



Reproduction Roman bowl
000-180-000-032-C
Reproduction Roman bowl

made in Naples
© National Museums Scotland



Reproduction Roman cup & stand
000-180-000-034-C
Reproduction Roman cup & stand

made in Naples
© National Museums Scotland



Reproduction Roman jug
000-180-000-111-C
Reproduction Roman jug

made in Naples
© National Museums Scotland



Reproduction Roman jug
000-180-000-112-C
Reproduction Roman jug

made in Naples
© National Museums Scotland



Reproduction Roman patera
000-180-000-033-C
Reproduction Roman patera

made in Naples
© National Museums Scotland



Reverse side of the manuscript copy of the pibroch Campbell of Cawdor
000-000-579-572-C
Reverse side of the manuscript copy of the pibroch Campbell of Cawdor

© National Museums Scotland



Rifle (detail), used in South African War
000-180-001-914-C
Rifle (detail), used in South African War

© National Museums Scotland



Rifle (detail), used in South African War
000-180-001-920-C
Rifle (detail), used in South African War

© National Museums Scotland



Saccharometer
000-100-044-212-C
Saccharometer

probably made in Edinburgh
© National Museums Scotland



Scarf slide associated with Keir Hardie
000-100-002-936-C
Scarf slide associated with Keir Hardie

© National Museums Scotland



Seasoning instruction sheet
000-000-579-841-C
Seasoning instruction sheet

from David Glen and Sons, Edinburgh, c. 1900
© National Museums Scotland



Seasoning instruction sheet
000-000-579-841-C
Seasoning instruction sheet

from David Glen and Sons, Edinburgh, c. 1900
© National Museums Scotland




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