Handwritten Draft of President Ho Chi Minh’s “Appeal to National Resistance”, 19 December 1946
The Revolutionary Road (Đường Kách mệnh) of our Nation’s Leader Nguyen Ai Quoc, published in Guangxi (China) in 1927
Nam Giao Temple Stele, stone, Thang Long citadel (Hanoi), erected in the the 4th year of Vinh Tri reign, Le Hy Tong dynasty (1679AD).
Vo Canh stele, sand stone, 3rd – 4th centuries AD., Vo Canh village, Vinh Trung commune, Dien Khanh district, Khanh Hoa province
The Canh Thinh Drum, bronze, in the 8th year of the reign of Emperor Canh Thinh, Tay Son dynasty, 1800 AD.
Bronze Royal Seal “Mon Ha Sanh An”, bronze, Tran Due Tong Dynasty (1377 AD.), discovered in Huong Khe district, Ha Tinh province in 1962 AD.
Van Ban bell, bronze, Tran dynasty, 13th-14th centuries AD., discovered in 1958 AD., Do Son coastal area, Hai Phong province
Dao Thinh jar, bronze, Dong Son culture, c. 2,500-2,000 BP.
Viet Khe ancient tomb, wood, c. 2,500-2,000 BP., discovered in Ngoc Khe village, Viet Khe commune, Thuy Nguyen district, Hai Phong city, 1961.
Bronze Lamp in the Shape of a Kneeling Man, bronze, c. 2,000-1,700 BP.
Statue of a Pan pipe-playing Couple Piggybacking, bronze, Dong Son culture, c. 2,500-2,000 BP.
Ceramic jug with blue ornaments of swan draw is a typical exemplar of the family of ceramic artifacts with white glaze and blue ornaments. Craft of white glazed ceramic artifacts with blue ornaments in Vietnam has been originated since the period of Tran dynasties in 14th century and it still exists today. The craft has reached its peak in 15th century which not only met domestic demands but also was exported to many countries abroad.