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Brass shoulder badge of the New Zealand Cyclist Corps. Consists of "NZCC" in a semi-circular shape with a brass clip on rear for fastening. "J.R. GAUNT" is stamped on the rear.
Accession No
TM.2002.169

Name/Title
Brass hat badge of the New Zealand Cyclist Corps. The badge is comprised of a wheel surmounted by a crown with the barrels and stocks of two guns on either side. A scroll with the following text l "N.Z. CYCLISTS CORPS" is below the wheel. "J.R. GAUNT / LONDON" is stamped on the back and there is a brass clip on the rear for fastening.
Accession No
TM.2002.171

Name/Title
A decorated cast brass handle which is thought to have been part of a small nutcracker.
Accession No
PA2010.083

Name/Title
A brass forage cap badge of the 70th Regiment. The badge is shaped as a " 70 " with eyelets and a pin on the reverse.
Accession No
PA2010.082

Name/Title
A brass 11th (Taranaki Rifles) Regiment hat badge.
Accession No
A83.045

Name/Title
A large brass shako plate of the 65th Regiment. If features a stringed bugle above " 65 ", within a round wreath. This design is surmounted by a crown.
Accession No
A58.891

Name/Title
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 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 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

Name/Title
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
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