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A large khaki canvas wallet with seven pockets. There are five small pockets and two large ones and there are four buttoned flaps inside and tie strings on the outside. One large pocket is badly torn. " Bayly " is written in ink on one flap and "52931" is written on one pocket.
Accession No
A67.221

Name/Title
Bag
A cotton cloth bag that has two side seams. It has a paper label on one side "12/1020 2nd Lieut. F.W. Watson. (Dec). Handkerchief, 2 badges, 3 titles, 3 keys, Lock."
Accession No
A90.519

Name/Title
A white painted British 'tin' helmet. The helmet has a black leather sweatband, support and head pad. " POLICE " has been painted in black across the front of the helmet and there is a chin strap attached at the bottom.
Accession No
A97.475

Name/Title
A khaki felt Lemon Squeezer hat. There is a red and khaki-coloured infantry puggaree around the crown and a metal New Zealand Rifle Brigade badge on the centre front.
Accession No
A91.955

Name/Title
A soft green wool German Regular Infantry cap with black ribbon around the base and green piping around the crown. There is a round button at the centre front and it has blue striped lining.
Accession No
A77.319

Name/Title
A khaki puggaree with a red line through the middle. The puggaree is from a New Zealand Rifle Brigade.
Accession No
A81.877

Name/Title
A khaki canvas uniform carrying bag. It folds in the middle, has two large pockets and an adjustable metal handle on two 155cm straps.
Accession No
A84.648

Name/Title
A khaki ditty bag fastened by a drawstring. It is rectangular in shape, seamed along one side and along the bottom with the other side folded. It has the name "PATON" written on the inside.
Accession No
A81.818

Name/Title
A khaki haversack (canvas) with a large single pocket, a twin button flap and a 45cm long adjustable shoulder strap. This was used to carry phenate hexamine gas hoods.
Accession No
A67.222

Name/Title
A red wool New Zealand Volunteers bugler's coat and belt. The front has six metal buttons that read "New Zealand Volunteers" and have four stars in the middle. The garment is fully lined with brown cotton. The cuffs have a band of black wool at the cuff opening and white and red braid trim. The narrow stand collar has the same combination of materials but has two metal bugle pins attached to the front. The epaulettes on the shoulders are made of red wool and they have gold letters attached that read "B", "TB" and "NZR". Next to the epaulettes there are shoulder pieces made of a wool ribbon with a red and white fringe. The ribbon is white with a repeating red crown pattern. The sleeves have a patch on each side of a gold bugle. The belt is made of white leather and has a gold clasp with a crown on it.
Accession No
TM2003.147

Name/Title
A khaki-coloured, wool cap bearing a badge of the Australian Commonwealth Military Forces.
Accession No
A82.022

Name/Title
A khaki webbed belt with an inverted " C " shaped brass buckle at one end, and a twin holed brass flage at the other end. Two large tear drop shaped brass spring clips hang from the belt on brass rings. The initials " H.G. & R. Ltd 18 " are stamped in black on the belt, and also a three pronged arrow head and "8H"(?)
Accession No
A81.974

Name/Title
Hat
A brown, wool balaclava that is ribbed around the neck and face.
Accession No
A82.023

Name/Title
A khaki detachable cotton collar with three button-holes and two eyelet holes.
Accession No
A90.602
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