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The remnants of a box lock percussion pocket pistol with an octagonal brass cannon style barrel. The wooden butt and the trigger are missing and it is marked with Leige proof marks.
Accession No
A82.956

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A brass button featuring an embossed anchor and flag design with a raised border round the edge.
Accession No
A97.779

Name/Title
A brass button featuring an embossed anchor and flag design with a raised border round the edge. There is a clip attached to the reverse of the button.
Accession No
A97.780

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A dark blue Royal New Zealand Artillery forage cap made of wool with red piping along the edges. There is one small brass button at the front and another is missing.
Accession No
A91.952

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A fully wooded short magazine Lee-Enfield (SMLE) Mark III * .303 calibre rifle with brass butt cap. There are two metal sling swivels, one on the butt and one in the centre of the barrel. It is complete with a 10 cartridge magazine. " M59699 " is the serial number.
Accession No
TM1997.003

Name/Title
A Snider Mark III patent .577 Yeomanry carbine with a brass butt strap with a trap and a brass trigger guard. " 1870 Enfield " is marked on the lock. " N^Z 87 " is marked on the housing and stock. " RBYF 34 " is marked on the stock under the breech.
Accession No
A76.869

Name/Title
A Snider Mark III action .577 calibre artillery carbine with brass butt plate, trigger guard and nose cap. " III / N.Z 135" is marked on the receiver. The lock plate is marked " B S A & M Co / 1878 " along with a crown and " V.R " . "1" and a sold from service mark along with " 1 " is marked on the butt. A faint " NZ " and an illegible number is also marked on the stock. A cleaning rod accompanies the carbine.
Accession No
A81.816

Name/Title
A dark blue New Zealand Volunteers forage cap. The outside is trimmed with red ribbon and there is a brass badge of a horn on the side. Two brass buttons fasten at the front and hook and grommets at the sides.
Accession No
A81.880

Name/Title
A New Zealand Volunteers helmet covered in navy blue wool and curved downwards around the front and back of the brim. There is a brass spike at the centre of the crown and a brass badge on the centre front. " New Zealand Volunteers " is written on the badge.
Accession No
A77.326

Name/Title
A white canvas duffle bag made of fabric that has been folded over and seamed on one side and at the bottom. A half circle brass clasp closes the bag, however, the lock is missing and is currently being held together by a piece of wire.
Accession No
A82.382

Name/Title
A smooth bore .75 calibre percussion musket with a cut down 30 inch barrel. It has a brass butt plate, trigger guard and nose cap and three ram rod pipes. There is a large crown on the lock plate.
Accession No
A76.913

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A single barrel muzzle loading .45 calibre percussion pocket pistol. It is marked " Syke's Oxford" and features Birmingham proof marks and very fine chequering on the butt which has a Lion's Head butt plate. It also features a cap holder as an additional safety feature.
Accession No
A76.991

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A brown leather Sam Browne belt with brass buckles and fittings. " H STANNERS / 24/1468 " is handwritten on the inside of the belt.
Accession No
PA2007.107

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A brass and copper military fireman's helmet. There is a midline crest depicting a relief pattern of a dragon, a short peak and longer back brim. The inside is lined with leather and there is a leather chin strap on the wearer's right side. The front is missing the fireman's badge.
Accession No
A97.480

Name/Title
A Snider Mark III action .577 calibre carbine with a brass nose plate, trigger guard and butt plate. The lock plate is marked with a crown and " 1872 ". A rough copy of a service mark has been carved into the butt.
Accession No
A58.447

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A .577 calibre 1853 pattern Enfield percussion rifle. The rifle has three bands, brass fittings and is fully wooded. It is missing a ramrod. " W.D." is marked on the stock and "N.Z. 1784" is marked on the brass butt strap. " V.R." with a crown below it," 1856 " and " Tower " below and the letter "o" with "21" are marked on the lock plate.
Accession No
A82.304

A woman's military khaki cotton drill frock which is unlined and lightweight and has a small collar. There are nine large brown plastic buttons down the front with a smaller brown plastic button at neckline. There is a single small brown plastic button at each sleeve cuff. It has a single lower right front pocket. A button on the pocket for fastening the flap is now missing. It has an additional extension flap at the waist with a brass catch on the end which attaches to a brass hook inside the waist. " N.Z. ?? / ?? 1942 " is stamped in black on the inside lining behind the pocket. " 11 / HOR / KIDD " is handwritten in black ink inside the neckline of the collar.
Accession No
TM2002.112

Name/Title
A New Zealand Volunteers spiked army helmet. The helmet is covered in a dark blue-black wool and has a brass fittings and a New Zealand Volunteers plate on the centre front. The spike is missing. The brim curves downwards at the front and back. The inside is lined and has a leather sweatband.
Accession No
A77.325

Name/Title
A Snider Mark III .577 calibre cavalry carbine with a brass trigger guard and a butt cap with a butt trap. It is marked "B.S.A. & M . Coy 1880". " N.80z / 0410 " with "S. C. " stamped over it is marked on the breech block along with a 'sold from service' mark.
Accession No
A76.905

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A Snider Mark III patent .577 calibre artillery carbine with a brass nose cap, trigger guard and butt plate. " Tower 1874 " is marked on the lock plate . " N. Z 101 " is marked on the butt plate. " Hazard Gunmaker Auckland " is marked on the butt along with " Bond and James Birmingham."
Accession No
A76.906

A single barrel, muzzle loading percussion 32 gauge shotgun. The ramrod is missing and the stock has been damaged and then repaired.
Accession No
A76.921

Name/Title
A Mark III Snider patent .577 calibre artillery carbine with brass trigger guard, butt plate and nose cap. The ramrod, nipple shield and rear sight are all missing. The lock plate is marked " 1880 C.G. Bonehill " and there is a war department and 'sold from service' mark on the butt. " No.,1367 N.Z.81 " and a ' sold from service ' mark on the receiver. " J.D." is carved on the side of the butt.
Accession No
A76.917

Name/Title
A .577 Snider patent percussion carbine. " N.Z. 222 " is marked on the butt plate. A crown with " 1872 " under it is marked on the lock plate. There are proof marks on the side of the barrel. Initials " J. W " on side of stock and " Jo (obscured) " is also marked on the carbine.
Accession No
A76.922

Name/Title
A smooth bore .577 calibre percussion short rifle with a plain lock plate and two bands. The hammer and lock plate are from a Snider weapon. The butt strap is marked " TH2/340 ". The rifle also bears 'sold from service' marks.
Accession No
A76.928

Name/Title
A cut down .63 calibre Sergeant's flintlock fusil with a banister rail stock and a swan neck cock. The lock is marked " Tower " with a crown and "G.R" under it. The ramrod is missing, it has British proofmarks stamped on it. " E. N. " is engraved on the butt plate. The ramrod is missing.
Accession No
A76.929
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