The Guildhall collection presented to the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery by London's Guildhall Museum, now The Museum of London, in 1938. It consists of 164 archaeological specimens found within the original walls of the city of London. These date from the Ancient Roman period through to the 17th century and include metallic objects, pottery vessels and fragments, tiles, fragments of shoes, coins, keys and small tools.
Ancient Roman period to 17th century; Archaeology; Colonialism; Guildhall; London
Guildhall Museum, London; London; The Museum of London