The majority of this collection is comprised of British flints. A particular highlight is the Allen Chandler collection of flints from a Mesolithic and Neolithic site on Blackdown, West Sussex. This collection contains a wide range of flints (axes, blades, microliths, flakes, scrapers, etc) with a wide range of uses, from animal skinning to tree clearing.
Another strength in this collection is 16th century glass produced by the Wealden Industry. Early Wealden glass tended to be of a poor standard, but this changed in the 16th century when French glassworkers came to work in the Weald with new techniques and the glass quality vastly improved.