Tintin’s Museum Answers

  1. Sir Francis Haddock idol, in Red Rackham’s Treasure
  2. King Ottokar’s Sceptre
  3. Model of the Unicorn, in The Secret of the Unicorn
  4. Chorten, in Tintin in Tibet
  5. Bapende Mask, in The Broken Ear. Congolese Culture, including discussion of Bapende masks.
  6. Statue of the witch doctor of the village Tintin stays in Tintin in the Congo. He is robed in “Leopard Clothes” and is sent by Tom to kill Tintin.
    Thanks to Paul McClelland for this answer.
  7. Sir Francis Haddock’s cutlass, found by Captain Haddock, in The Secret of the Unicorn
  8. Inca death mask, in Prisoners of the Sun

  1. Marlinspike Hall
  2. The sign of Kih-Oskh, Cigars of the Pharaoh
  3. The sonic weapon used by Bordurians to blow up the model city, in The Calculus Affair
  4. Vase from The Blue Lotus
  5. The Sirius
    sirius Scanned from the cover of Le Musee Imaginaire de Tintin, with the image flipped horizontally to match images below.
    “A model of the Sirius made in 1952 by A. Van Noeyen. It should not be confused with the first model acquired by Hergé when he was working on Red Rackham’s Treasure.”
    Scan and caption from The Adventures of Tintin at Sea.
    The Sirius in dock, from Red Rackham’s Treasure, p 12.
    The Sirius at sea, from Red Rackham’s Treasure, p 14.
  6. Unknown treasure cask. Paul McClelland writes: “I believe this is the chest that gets eaten by a shark and contains documents about Sir Francis Haddock in Red Rackham’s Treasure, page 48. I am not completely sure, but it seems a worthy candidate.”
  7. Model of moon rocket, in Destination Moon
  8. Statue of Siva at which Snowy is nearly sacrificed, in Cigars of the Pharaoh
  9. Rascar Capac, in The Seven Crystal Balls
  10. Carreidas 160, in Flight 714
  11. Arumbaya fetish, in The Broken Ear
  12. Snowy
  13. Tintin
  14. Bianca Castafiore
  15. Captain Haddock
  16. Cuthbert Calculus
  17. Thomson
  18. Thompson
  19. Jolyon Wagg
  20. Nestor
  21. Zorino, in Prisoners of the Sun (Abdullah, in several books, is next to Zorino.)
  22. General Alcazar, in The Broken Ear
  23. Senhor Oliveira da Figueira, in Land of Black Gold
  24. The Maharaja of Gaipajama and the Crown Prince of Gaipajama, in Cigars of the Pharaoh and The Blue Lotus