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  • InteractivesPortuguese Man-of-War navigator

    10 July 2007

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    Navigate around the Portuguese Man-of-War and discover more about this remarkable creature.

  • ArticlesA grand cup made from solid Welsh gold

    19 February 2007

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    Welsh gold is very rare. The wedding rings of today's British Royal family are made from it. The largest object made of Welsh gold is a copy of a cup Henry VIII gave to one of his wives.
  • ArticlesA unique collection of silver saved from the hammer

    19 February 2007

    [image: Sir Charles Jackson (1849-1923)]

    In 2000, Amgueddfa Cymru learned that hundreds of pieces of rare silver, which had been on loan to the Museum since it first opened its doors, were to be sold. The items, some of which date back to the 16th century, are from the collections of Sir Charles Jackson (1849-1923), a Welsh lawyer and businessman. Luckily, after much negotiation and fundraising, they were finally secured for the Museum.

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  • ArticlesA grand cup made from solid Welsh gold

    19 February 2007

    [image: Solid gold cup]

    Welsh gold is very rare. The wedding rings of today's British Royal family are made from it. The largest object made of Welsh gold is a copy of a cup Henry VIII gave to one of his wives.
  • ArticlesA unique collection of silver saved from the hammer

    19 February 2007

    [image: Sir Charles Jackson (1849-1923)]

    In 2000, Amgueddfa Cymru learned that hundreds of pieces of rare silver, which had been on loan to the Museum since it first opened its doors, were to be sold. The items, some of which date back to the 16th century, are from the collections of Sir Charles Jackson (1849-1923), a Welsh lawyer and businessman. Luckily, after much negotiation and fundraising, they were finally secured for the Museum.

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