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A silver plated serving tray with a handle at either end. The edges of the tray are ornately decorated. " J. B. ROY, ESQ. / FROM / H.F.CHRISTIE. / AS A SMALL TOKEN OF ESTEEM / & SLIGHT ACKNOWLEDGEMENT OF MANY KINDNESSES / 1894" is engraved on the bottom of the tray. "MADE IN ENGLAND/7652" is also engraved on the bottom of the tray which also has four short legs. "H" is also engraved on the bottom of the tray.
Accession No
PA2011.116

A New Zealand Long and Efficient Service Medal. The silver plated medal features an imperial crown with a crossed sword and sceptre on the obverse. " N. Z. " is marked below this design The design is flanked by a wreath of oak leaves and wattle. Four stars, representing the Southern Cross, are spaced in the field. " FOR / LONG SERVICE / AND / GOOD CONDUCT " is marked on the reverse. " 105 1/6 PRIV THOMAS HICKMAN P.M " is marked on the edge. It is attached to a crimson ribbon and is attached to a simple suspension ring. It is mounted as part of a medal group of three.
Accession No
A59.329

A New Zealand Long and Efficient Service Medal. The silver plated medal features an imperial crown with a crossed sword and sceptre on the obverse. " N. Z. " is marked below this design The design is flanked by a wreath of oak leaves and wattle. Four stars, representing the Southern Cross, are spaced in the field. " FOR / LONG SERVICE / AND / GOOD CONDUCT " is marked on the reverse. " 105 1/6 PRIV THOMAS HICKMAN P.M " is marked on the edge. It is attached to a crimson ribbon with two central white stripes and is attached to a simple suspension ring. It is mounted as part of a medal group of three.
Accession No
A59.330

Name/Title
A New Zealand Medal. The silver medal features a left facing profile of Queen Victoria on the obverse. " VICTORIA D:G:BRITT:REG:F.D " is marked around the edge of the profile. A wreath is featured on the reverse with " NEW ZEALAND VIRTUTIS HONOR " marked around the edge of it. " T HICKMAN CON. A.C " is marked around the edge of the medal which is mounted on a solid base as part of a group of three.
Accession No
A74.848
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