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Record or donate an item

​Donate an item to us or use our Portable Antiquities Scheme (PAS) to have your finds archaeologically recorded.

The heritage of Northamptonshire matters

If you have documents or photographs of historic value relating to Northamptonshire, and its people, that you want to be preserved and made available for the public to see, then you may be able to donate them to us. We will then preserve them, making them accessible to the public for years to come.

If you have found artefacts such as coins or pottery, then you can have them recorded by the Portable Antiquities Scheme (PAS) to add to the overall knowledge of the county's history. 

These are wonderful ways to contribute to the work of Northamptonshire Archives here at the Record Office.

Photos from Northamptonshire Archives and Heritage Service's post

This charming little book is not much bigger than a box of matches. It was published by John Harris in 1815 using the same woodblocks as had been use...

This charming little book is not much bigger than a box of matches.  It was published by John Harris in 1815 using the same woodblocks as had been use...
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Today we commemorate the 75th anniversary of D-Day, and remember the bravery and sacrifice of the men and women involved. The Northamptonshire Yeoman...

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In 1909, a protest meeting against the impending visit to Britain by Czar Nicholas was organised. Local councillors were amongst those to address the...

In 1909, a protest meeting against the impending visit to Britain by Czar Nicholas was organised.  Local councillors were amongst those to address the...
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