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Interior view of the North Germany exhibits at the Great Exhibition in 1851. The exhibits include a carriage, clocks, candelabra and other objects representing the German culture and industries. Queen Victoria visited the North German exhibit on 19 May 1851. She commented in her journal on the meagre display, which she attributed to 'that foolish Protectionist feeling, which will do no one but themselves harm.' The display typically included a miscellaneous assortment of raw materials, manufactured goods and works of art.
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