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A small sampling of what’s in store at the Cabinet of Curiosities.

18th Century SHAMAN’S MASK

$800

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19th century 5ft hand carved wooden figure

$17,200

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19th century Memento Mori frame of seashells

$600

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Ancient Aztec Jaw

$650

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19th century photograph funeral coach

$600

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The Devil in the Circus

$2,500

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Original Art Steampunk Human Skull

$8,500

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19th century Hanging Man 4ft hand carved

$2,800

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19th century Osteopathy Skeleton study

$2,200

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Incredible 1700s warship cutaway

Incredible 1700s warship cutaway

Found hidden in an old scrapbook, this is an unbelievably detailed cutaway diagram of the interior of a First rate warship, and the exterior of a Third Rate warship. Click or hover over the image to view a larger image. [lightbox selector=".zoombox" deeplink="true"...

Treasure hunter finds medieval ring in Sherwood Forest

Treasure hunter finds medieval ring in Sherwood Forest

Amateur treasure hunter, Mark Thompson, 34, turned up a medieval, gold ring that was set with a sapphire stone in Sherwood Forest—haunt of the legendary (or real) Robin Hood. Experts have examined the ring and believe it may date to the 14th century. He had been using...

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