Specifically Declared Heritage Objects/Collections

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The specifically declared heritage objects/Collections listed below, represent various periods in the country’s history and are associated with various cultures and traditions:

  1. The Three Bronze Cannons, at 23 Rocklands Road, Beacon Bay, East London
    • The Bronze Bocarro Cannon
    • The Bronze Feyo Naval Cannon
    • The Bronze (or brass) Naval cannon
  2. The Sun Dial, at 44 Durban Street Fort Beaufort
  3. The Hill Organ, at the Methodist Church, Grahamstown
  4. The Miracle Cannon from Wreck of Sacremento, at the King George VI Art Gallery, Park Drive, Port Elizabeth
  5. The University of Fort Hare Collections, at the University of Fort Hare, Alice
  6. The Collection, at 7 Castle Hill, Port Elizabeth
  7. The Gnome aircraft engine, at Military Museum Fort Bloemfontein, Church Street, Bloemfontein
  8. The Kitty Steam Locomotive, at SA National Railway and Steam Museum, Krugersdorp
  9. The Kruger Chairs, at Reformed Church, Church Street West, Pretoria
  10. The NZASM railway carriage No. 18, at Pretoria Station, Pretoria
  11. The NZASM locomotive No, 242, at Pretoria Station, Pretoria
  12. The Paul Loewenstein Collection, at University of Witwatersrand, Johannesburg
  13. The Dias Cross, at University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg
  14. The Christianberg Berlin Mission Church: Cast Iron Commemorative Cross, at Krause Street, Clermont
  15. The Christianberg Berlin Mission Church: 1846 Church Bell, at Krause Street, Clermont
  16. The Naval Gun, at High School Belfast, Duggen Street, Belfast
  17. The Steam locomotive ‘Clara’, at O’okiep Copper Company Museum, Nababeep, Namaqualand District
  18. The Moffat’s Pulpit, at Mary Moffat Museum, Main Street, Griquatown
  19. The Clock, at University of Stellenbosch, Victoria street, Stellenbosch
  20. Blackie, at Cape Town Station, Cape Town
  21. The Van Plettenberg Beacon, at SA Cultural History Museum, Cape Town
  22. The Anrieth pediment, at Glaston House, 127–139 Bree Street, Cape Town
  23. The Brandy still, at Schoonderzicht, Tulbagh District
  24. The VOC Beacon, at George Museum, George
  25. The Pulpit, at Rhenish Church, The Braak, Stellenbosch
  26. The 9 Inch MLR Gun, Middle North Battery, Simonstown
  27. The Printing Press of GRA, Hugenot Museum, Paarl
  28. The Jan Smuts study, at the Smuts House Museum, Doornkloof, Pretoria
  29. The symbolic silver Vice Admiralty Oar of the Cape of Good Hope, at Iziko Museums in Cape Town
  30. The socio-historical collection of the Genadendal Mission Museum, in the Mission Museum, Genadendal
  31. The late nineteenth century panoramic painting of Cape Town by JL Pickering, 28 Corporation Street, Cape Town
  32. The Voortrekker pulpit, in the Voortrekker Church, Pietermaritzburg
  33. Castor and Pollux, two 6.3 inch RML Howitzer Guns in Ladysmith Town Hall, Ladysmith
  34. The One O’Clock Gun, 12 PR ML Naval Gun, Pietermaritzburg
  35. Ten Harvard Aircrafts, at the Heidelberg Airfield, Gauteng
  36. The Commemorative Cross of the Christianenburg Berlin Mission Church, Krause Street, Clermont, Pinetown, KZN
  37. The collection of cultural artefacts including the gold rhino, bowl and sceptre, associated with the Iron Age settlements on Mapungubwe Hill, the Southern Terrace, K2 and Bambandyanalo, situated on the farm Greefswald, Messina district, exhibited at the Mapungubwe Museum, located at the University of Pretoria, hereafter referred to as the Mapungubwe collection;
  38. The Groote Schuur collection, Cape Town
  39. The Kuruman Press, Kuruman
  40. The South African Mint Collection, Centurion, Pretoria
  41. The Ethnographic and Art Collections at the University of Fort Hare, Alice
  42. Antique collection’ and memorabilia, (catalogue outstanding)
  43. William Fehr collection at the Castle of Good Hope and Rust and Vreugd, Cape Town
  44. Kirby Collection of Musical Instruments, UCT, Cape Town