Shelby White and Leon Levy Center for State Treasures

For the research, study, housing, conservation, restoration, curation and publication of nearly one million objects in the State Collections. The National Center for the State Collections will allow the public the rare opportunity to visit the objects in the housing facilities as well as in the various conservation and restoration laboratories. With nearly 15,000 excavated objects added each year to the collection, it represents the largest collection of objects excavated in the country including: Ancient Glass; 120,000 Coins; Pottery and Stone; Metal; Textiles, Ivory, Wood, Basketry; Marine Archaeology; Ossuaries; Jewelry; Architectural fragments.


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