' Silver Ornaments from Russia ' front page engraving showing items from Ignace Sazikoff (probably Sazikov ) of Moscow, and Theodore Verkhovzoff (prob. Verkhovtsov ) of St Petersburg, comprising a group representing Dmitri Donskoi, Grand Duke Muscovy after the Battle of Koulikoff, Prince Michael Tverskoy, Palm tree, also goblets representing various themes - this engraving has slits across the middle, it could be repaired
' The Exhibition Voltaic Battery Devised by Mr Alfred Smee ' small engraving
' The Tempest Prognosticator - by Dr Merryweather ' a device to protect life and property warning of approaching tempests etc
' Improved Power Loom by Mr Harrison of Blackburn '
' Warming Apparatus with Prismatic Tubes - by Fondet of Paris ' two engravings showing specimens of stoves
' Model of a Steam Engine - By Hicks of Bolton ' split tear to the engraving, repairable
' Ransome and May's Cane Top Cutter '
' Garrett's Patent Horse Hoe ' man operating the hoe which is pulled by a horse
' Colman's Drag harrow and Scarifier '
' Baddeley's Farmer's Fire Engine '
' Lord Ducie's Cultivator '
' Barrett, Exall and Andrews Gorse Bruiser '
' Garrett's Improved Thrashing Machine - Sectional View ' small tear to engr.
' Sideboard - by Wilkinson '
' The Alpha Clock - By Roberts '
'The Machinery Department of the Crystal Palace Messrs Hibbert Platt and Co.'s Cotton Machines ' full page print from engraving showing visitors inspecting the machinery (stamp to top corner)
' Bronzed Gates By the Coalbrookdale Company ' near half page
' Nymph of Lurlieberg - by Engelhard '
' Girl at the Spring by W. F. Woodington '
' Boy and Lizard by Stevens ' SleekburnC.
' Statuette in Carton Pierre, by Gropius '
' Font by Margetts of Oxford '
' The Guardian Angel by Vittoz '
' Statuette of an Angel by Gropius '
' Candelabrum etc by Harvey and Grayhurst '
' Cannabic by M. Albano ' x2 engravings
' New Watch Stand by Jones '
' Stove by Messieurs carr and Robertson of Sheffield ' a fireplace
' Gothic clock by Tahan of Paris '
' Artificial Stone by Ransom and Parsons of Ipswich ' various objects made of the materials
' Hall Stove - by Jeakes of Great Russell Street '
' Fireplace and Vase By the Ladyshore Terracotta Company ' vase and fireplace
' Clock by Susse Freres '
' Sideboard by Fourdinois ' larger than half page
' Furniture by Webb of Bond Street ' table and two chairs