Vote For Our Top 20 Artefacts!!

Spike Tooth harrow

Spike-Tooth Harrow from the York Sunbury Museum Collection

On July 25th 2010, the York Sunbury Museum started asking patrons to tell us which artefacts on exhibit are their favourite.  The staff at the Museum has their favourites, the Coleman Frog, the 99 year old coronation cake and the World War I messenger book to name a few, but we would like to know which artefacts our patrons enjoy the most!  

We started taking votes already and so far, we have an interesting mix with the Coleman Frog topping the list with the 99 year old coronation cake as a close second!

We plan to create a new Top 20 List every week for the remainder of the summer and then compile the lists into one list for a Top 20 for the Summer of 2010.  So, if you have a favourite York Sunbury Historical Society artefact then visit the York Sunbury Museum and cast your vote!! 

Porcupine Quill Box

Porcupine Quill Box (1990.1.3) once owned by Captain William James Milne of Shediac Cape (1859-1939)

The York Sunbury Museum presents the history of Fredericton and central New Brunswick and has been collecting artefacts for over 75 years!  For a peek at some of the fabulous things you’ll find at the York Sunbury Museum this year …. visit our YouTube page!!

We will keep you posted on the weekly results so check back!!

One response to “Vote For Our Top 20 Artefacts!!

  1. Pingback: Top 20 Artefact Survey Update! « The York Sunbury Museum Blog

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