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British Museum Storage | Re-Storing Public Possessions

British Museum Storage | Re-Storing Public Possessions

British Museum Storage | Re-Storing Public Possessions

British Museum Storage

British Museum Storage | Re-Storing Public Possessions

British Museum Storage | Re-Storing Public Possessions

British Museum Storage

British Museum Storage | Re-Storing Public Possessions

British Museum Storage | Re-Storing Public Possessions

British Museum Storage

British Museum Storage | Re-Storing Public Possessions

British Museum Storage | Re-Storing Public Possessions

British Museum Storage

British Museum Storage | Re-Storing Public Possessions

British Museum Storage | Re-Storing Public Possessions

British Museum Storage

British Museum Storage | Re-Storing Public Possessions

British Museum Storage | Re-Storing Public Possessions

British Museum Storage

British Museum Storage | Re-Storing Public Possessions

British Museum Storage | Re-Storing Public Possessions

British Museum Storage

British Museum Storage | Re-Storing Public Possessions

British Museum Storage | Re-Storing Public Possessions

British Museum Storage

British Museum Storage | Re-Storing Public Possessions

FACTS ABOUT THE BALTIC ANOMALY! “It is not an object which is man made in modern time. What ever it is it’s either from during the ice age or pre-ice age.” – Peter Lindberg, February 24, 2013 “The object is older than 140.000 yrs. Older than that… with straight angles/lines – rounded corners… much like a “dinner plate” and separate from the base below.” – Dennis Asberg, September 28, 2012. There are THREE objects of interest .

FACTS ABOUT THE BALTIC ANOMALY! “It is not an object which is man made in modern time. What ever it is it’s either from during the ice age or pre-ice age.” – Peter Lindberg, February 24, 2013 “The object is older than 140.000 yrs. Older than that… with straight angles/lines – rounded corners… much like a “dinner plate” and separate from the base below.” – Dennis Asberg, September 28, 2012. There are THREE objects of interest .

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