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Series of early Van Dieman's Land Sketches dated on Evans & Co Watermark paper 1839, Kellys Pt Van Dieman's Land the huon river Van Dieman's Land green Island Channel Van Dieman's Land & 2 others. In pencil on reverse 'A Trip Around van Diemens Land' C Yeo

Glenn Campbell pottery ashtray, old church, port Arthur Tasmania

Stoneware jar with broad arrow in the style of Sherwin pottery, 26 cm high

Victorian era tunic with broad arrows, pockets & shoulder straps removed for convict use

1838 copies of despatches from the Governor of NSW & the Lieutenant Governor of Van Diemen's Land relative to the transportation & assignment of convicts

Whitney Navy Percussion .36 Cal pistol Ex Port Arthur Post Office with certificate of provenance, good working order & condition

Colonial seal, Council office, Van Dieman's Land (for Either first Executive Council or first Legislative Council Van Dieman's Land) with ebony handle

Colonial seal, Female house of Corrections, Hobart Town,

Convict buttons metal Detector Finds old Hobart Gaol During 1963 Demolition 'Convict Dept' 'Prisons Dept'

Convict Documents: c1889-97 documents (18) with photographs, description & previous convictions.

Convict Pardon: A convict pardon on vellum for Michael Gorman, sentenced to 14 years transportation in March 1820. 'For his service in the capture of a Notorious Bushranger named John Donohoe, Conformable to the Conditions held out by Government Notice' &

Tasmanian Board of Ordinance pewter bowl stamped 'B. O' with broad arrow, 19th century. 10 cm high, 18 cm wide

World War I period naval gunsight binoculars by Ross of London (serial no.116486) with broad arrow stamp & '41' [patt.G 352*P.]. Most likely from a battleship

Two convict balls and chains and a lead cannon ball, the largest 13 cm diameter

Framed list of 14 male convicts who embarked on the ship 'Adelaide' and were transported to NSW, 7 August 1849. 30 x 46 cm

British pattern 1889 naval cutlass with scabbard & an Enfield pattern 1853 socket bayonet with scabbard, stamped 'W.D' with broad arrow mark. Both recovered from a property at Eaglehawk Neck Tasmania in the early 1960s. (2 items)

Chungyo (Japanese school) Japanese Navy attacking entrance to port Arthur, 1894. Triptych. Woodblock triptych 36 x 69 cm. (overall)

A Caring for convicts and the Community Publication together with a pottery Shard from Clayhills pottery circa 1853-1871 a History of Parramatta Hospital published 1988

Convict period mattock, blacksmith made with broad arrow

Convict period mattock, blacksmiths made marked HCC

A rare Australian convict cap, circa 1803 - 1820. Port Arthur, Tasmania. This example has two clear markings of 'B O' (board of Ordnance) and broad arrow. What is also particularly nice about this hat is that it was donated in 1922 with inscription, 'Prese

Prisoner's Letter Port Arthur, A fine strike of the rare 'Prisoner's Letter Port Arthur [crown]' handstamp, with mss date '3/7/61' applied on a 1d vermilion stamp of Van Diemen's Land. Offered together with Tinsley's 'Tasmania - Stamps and Postal History'

Convicts in Van Diemen's Land, December 1861 outer cover from Highbury in London, addressed to 'Dr Hampton, Comptroller General of Convicts, Hobart Town, Van Diemens Land' and bearing a 6d mauve issued in 1854. The back panel with a fine strike of the Laun

1838 Ticket-of-Leave Travel Permit. A November 1838 travel permit issued at the Police Office Longford, permitting James Haslem, a convict who had received his ticket-of-leave to travel to George Town 'and remain & report himself at Police Office' and duly

Convicts in Van Diemen's Land. May 1829 cashier's cheque from the Bank of Van Diemen's Land, signed by James Kelly and made payable to the Estate of John Lakeland. Lakeland had arrived in Hobart in 1814 'with a view of establishing himself in the Colony'.

Convicts and the Law. 'An Act for punishing Offences committed by Transports kept to labour in the Colonies; and better regulating the Powers of Justices of the Peace in New South Wales. 22d June 1825' 3pp; 'The Hobart Town Gazette' 4pp newspaper of Januar