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For the last installment of our est. 1868 blog series, Curator Moira White investigates the story behind our supersized birthday banner.
秒速快3In 1862, two years before it was official practice, the Dunedin postmaster began perforating sheets of Queen Victoria stamps. Honorary Curator Melville Carr takes a closer look at the many different designs used during the monarch's long reign.
Despite its tiny size, this painting has many stories to tell. Honorary Curator Robert Hannah explores its history.
Found preserved in rocks in Westland’s Grey Valley, this fossil leaf is a reminder of the worst industrial disaster in New Zealand’s history. Honorary Curator Rosi Crane digs into its deadly past.
A fine example of haute couture can be found in the rarest category of est. 1868秒速快3. Honorary Curator Jane Malthus explains how a 1948 Balmain dress ended up in the Otago Museum collection.
秒速快3She’s been a symbol of love and beauty for many thousands of years. Honorary Curator Robert Hannah takes a deeper look at the story behind Aphrodite’s nude form.
What stories are hidden inside this tiny box, currently on display in est. 1868秒速快3? Curator Moira White takes a peek.
Stone cold killer, hideous monster and protector against evil… the story of Medusa has taken many forms over the centuries. Honorary Curator Robert Hannah delves into her fascinating past.
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