THE search is still on for Huddersfield people's dearest possessions.
Museum bosses are putting residents' keepsakes on show.
And the curator for the event at Huddersfield Art Gallery, Steve Manthorp, has set the ball rolling by showing off his favourite space guns.
He explains: "I've 120 toy space guns, I started collecting them after I organised an exhibition about science fiction toys and memorabilia.
"What I like about science fiction toys is that the futuristic styling always tells you more about the time it was made than about the future."
Steve chose his Buck Rogers Disintegrator Pistol from 1938 - the second-oldest space gun ever made - and his Hubley Atomic Disintegrator from 1948.
His toys will take pride of place among all sorts of interesting possessions - including a pair of very special socks from Examiner editor Roy Wright.
Steve says: "The story behind those will be revealed only at the exhibition."
The show, part of the Creative Keys initiative, starts this month and runs until January 14.
Exhibits will be looked after and insured.
Call Steve as soon as possible on 07984153095 or email him at firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to take part.