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Stone slab with prayer for Fergus
Two fragments of dressed slab of Carsaig sandstone.
Object number IONA031
Fragment of a medieval bone ring.
Object number MEL337
Seal, with a fragment of a late 16th century document attached
This wax seal is the common seal of the Chapter-Melrose and has been detached from a later 16th century document.
Object number MEL345
Effigy of a warrior on a tapered slab with ornate equal-armed cross, Kilmartin, Argyll and Bute.
Object number KCC026
Up to 1916, this headstone was being used as a gatepost near Kirkmadrine, Dumfries and Galloway.
Object number KMD001
The curving lines below the cross-arms on this stone create a simple, flowing motif, almost reminiscent of a fountain or a spring emerging from the stem of the cross.
Object number KMD003
This stone may be an earlier cross, perhaps an intermediate stage between the Latin-inscribed stones and the later relief crosses found at Kirkmadrine and other sites in the Rhinns, Dumfries and Galloway.
Object number KMD004
This stone is one of the early Latin stones found at Kirkmadrine, Dumfries and Galloway.
Object number KMD006
On the basis of its inscription, this would appear to be the earliest stone found at Kirkmadrine, Dumfries and Galloway.
Object number KMD007
Fragment of timber log boat discovered in 1874 in the River Forth near Cambuskenneth Abbey near Stirling.
Object number CBK054
Shaft of a free-standing cross
What remains of this great cross is a richly carved shaft featuring elements of Pictish and Biblical imagery.
Object number SAC558
Broken in two parts this is typical of the cross slabs found at St Andrews Cathedral.
Object number SAC560
Medieval jug with applied face mask, plaited beard, pellets and incised decoration.
Object number SAC312
This heart shaped charm was found in a stone coffin located in the Chapter House at St Andrews Cathedral in 1904.
Object number SAC344
Oil & silk collage - 'The Ship Loch Carron of Glasgow'
Four-masted iron barque built in 1885 by Barclay, Curle & Co., Glasgow.
Object number TRH022
This rectangular cross slab was probably the first sculptured stone at Meigle, Angus.
Object number MEIG001
Cross slab fragment
The lower part of an upright grave marker, found built into the wall of the old Church.
Object number MEIG015
Recumbent carved stone
A socket at one end of this Pictish stone once supported a vertical cross, that stood at Meigle, Angus.
Object number MEIG026
Oak charter chest
Used by the Corporation of Shipowners and Shipmasters for keeping cash and documents in safe custody before banks were instituted.
Object number TRH061
Narwhal tusk walking stick
Walking stick made from the tusk of a narwhal brought back by whalers from the Arctic, c.1800s.
Object number TRH333