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Where do buy replica Roman and/or Tudor artefacts?

Discussion in 'History' started by country bumpkin, Jan 28, 2011.

  1. Hi,
    Does anyone know of a company/catalogue that sells replica Roman and/or Tudor artefacts? I am in central London so any nearby museums that do loan boxes would also be useful but I haven't had any luck finding any! Our collection is looking very tired and I've got some money so am keen to update if possible.

    It is for KS2 - I've also posted this on the primary forum.

    Any help much appreciated.
     
  2. Hi,
    Does anyone know of a company/catalogue that sells replica Roman and/or Tudor artefacts? I am in central London so any nearby museums that do loan boxes would also be useful but I haven't had any luck finding any! Our collection is looking very tired and I've got some money so am keen to update if possible.

    It is for KS2 - I've also posted this on the primary forum.

    Any help much appreciated.
     
  3. The TTS History Catalogue has a good selection of Roman and Tudor stuff.
     
  4. Wildgoose catalogue has some in. The Tudor artrefacts are not wonderful and I struggle to see how to make best use of them. There is another catalogue - History in Evidence I think.
    I use lots of postcards from the National Portrait Gallery for the Tudors. Luckily, I live near Colchester so have lots of Roman resources. They may send some by post!
     
  5. Hi
    'Potted History' do some great pottery and 'replica warehouse' are excellent. These are both more expensive than the Consortium or TTS but also better quality
     

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