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Hat, cocked Hat, cocked

Officer's cocked hat with gold lace cockade and plume, worn by Sir John Moore at the Battle of Corunna 1809, and removed from his body by Sir Thomas Graham, Lord Lynedoch

Hat Hat

Hat made of hair moss, using basketry techniques, from the Roman fort at Newstead, Roxburghshire

Hatchet Hatchet

Hatchet, from Dumbuck, Dunbartonshire

Hatchet / rubber / scraper / spearhead / arrow-point Hatchet / rubber / scraper / spearhead / arrow-point

One from a group of implements of greenstone, flint and obsidian, comprising hatchets, rubber, scrapers, spearheads and arrow-points: Japan, Hokkaido, Hakodate and Firubiru, prehistoric

Hatstand Hatstand

Hatstand of cloisonne enamel on copper, with decoration in colours including conventional dragon and lotus designs, shou (longevity) symbols and rui head borders: China, Qing Dynasty, mid 19th century AD

Hat, woman's Hat, woman's

Hat of brown felt, edged with embroidered blue cloth and gold braid, part of a woman's outfit: Tibet, Amdo, late 19th to early 20th century AD

Hat Hat

Hat of plaited strips of cane, conical, decorated with fine plaiting in red and yellow, and with a horsehair plume, a toucan feather, and a strip of bear fur: Assam, Konyak Nagas

Hat Hat

Hat shaped like a jockey's cap with narrow pointed peak, of closely woven dark brown cane with twisted cane stretched over from back to front: Assam, Ao Naga

Hatchet Hatchet

Hatchet of stone, sharpened at both ends and with straight sides: Asia, South East Asia, Laos, found near Luang Prabang

Hatchet Hatchet

Hatchet of stone, sharpened at both ends and with straight sides: Asia, South East Asia, Laos, found near Luang Prabang

Hatchet Hatchet

Hatchet of stone, sharpened at both ends and with straight sides: Asia, South East Asia, Laos, found near Luang Prabang

Fan Fan

Fan for the hand, or hat-ka-punka, of plaited cane with cane handle: Assam, made and used by the Kacharis

Fan Fan

Fan for the hand, or hat-ka-punka, of plaited cane with cane handle: Assam, made and used by the Kacharis

Fan Fan

Fan for the hand, or hat-ka-punka, of plaited cane with cane handle: Assam, made and used by the Kacharis

Hat Hat

Felt hat embroidered with gold: Myanmar or China

Hat Hat

Samurai's hat (tate-eboshi), made of crinkled paper coated with black lacquer: Japan, 19th century

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