This table is where the Bronte sisters wrote from early childhood: their early works were written
The National Museum of the Royal Navy helped to save LCT 7074, the last Second World War Landing
Norfolk Museums Service purchased the Rudham Dirk, an exceptionally rare and internationally sign
The Polar Museum at the Scott Polar Research Institute, University of Cambridge, purchased 113 of
The V&A acquired four bronze angels, originally designed for the tomb of Cardinal Thomas Wols
This desk and chair was used by Charles Dickens in his final home, Gad's Hill Place in Kent.
Salisbury and South Wiltshire Museum wished to acquire the archive of interwar artist and designe
The Holburne Museum campaigned to buy this 17th Century beadwork basket made in England around 16
Lancashire County Council Museums Service wished to acquire the Viking Silverdale Hoard.