Heineken beer crate.

Dynamite sticks. A type of sweet.

Three vegetables and one fruit – pea pod, carrot, green plantain and cauliflower – all found on the same day.

Shuttlecock. Made by an English company, Carlton, based in Shirebrook, Derbyshire. Badminton was developed in the mid-1800s by the British in India and took its name, for reasons that are unclear, from the Badminton House stately home in England.

Blue  fronds. Possibly from a broom.

Phorpres brick. Made by the London Brick Company. The  trade-name Phorpres came about because these bricks, made in Bedfordshire, were pressed twice in each direction so are ‘four pressed’.

Lid from pickled cucumbers jar. Sold under the Mrs Ellwood brand.

Dollar coin. Fake, of course.

Fairy wand.

Car headlight.