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Cast iron Cannonball holder with British Ordnance stamp & broad arrow, 100 cm (W) x 53 cm (H) x 52 cm (D) (note: Partial crack to one side)

A cast iron padlock and key, 19th century. Key stamped 'J. Knight & Co.'. Height 14.5 cm. Width 10.5 cm. Provenance: Understood by the family thought to be from Port Arthur. Note: : J. Knight & Co., Melbourne Locksmith operating in the central CBD, establi

A set of convict hand forged wrought iron rivet leg irons with ball and chain, with key joining lock, slightly ovoid. Provenance: The Collection of Malcolm Denton Maitland Gaol Museum, author of Bushrangers, 1860-1901:From Carcoar, Gilgandra to the Hunter

A collection of four early 'comealong' type handcuffs, comprising two chromed and two iron pairs of hand cuffs, each with spring release, three stamped 'Hiatt' and one stamped '242'. Provenance: The Collection of Malcolm Denton Maitland Gaol Museum, author

A pair of convict punishment rivet leg irons, circa 1820, of heavy steel construction. Provenance: The Collection of Malcolm Denton Maitland Gaol Museum, author of Bushrangers, 1860-1901:From Carcoar, Gilgandra to the Hunter

A pair of large heavy duty punishment convict leg irons, with engraved detail, no key. Provenance: The Collection of Malcolm Denton Maitland Gaol Museum, author of Bushrangers, 1860-1901:From Carcoar, Gilgandra to the Hunter

Cast iron Georgian fire back, Ex Commandants cottage, Port Arthur, impressed with coat of arms

A colonial wooden boot hook, with paper label relics at Port Arthur Exhibition no 15, 51 cm long; and a wooden 'W' branding iron (2)

Two sets of standard convict rivet leg irons, -2. Provenance: One pair of leg irons purchased at 'Port Authur Convict Relics, Australian Trade Tokens and New Guinea & NZ Native Artifacts', PL Pickle, 28 Nov 1981

Cast iron handcuffs with key, marked Lithgow E.L & Co. 1916 stamped 65. Length 28 cm

Collection of convict and colonial items, including wrist to wrist hand cuffs; tether chain with swivel; single cuff link; pair of leg irons with curb chain & screw key; first fleet pattern riveted leg irons; tether ring & wall wedge, both marked with broa

Convicts: 30th Oct. 1833 Memorandum from the Principal Superintendent of Convicts Office in Sydney to The Police Magistrate, Campbell Town, noting the sentences passed upon the mentioned Convicts had been approved - William Ricketts, William Marsh Thomas T

Colonial convict period leg Irons reputedly found at Port Arthur following the closing of the establishment. Good condition but appear to have been buried at some stage. No key.

Pair of cast iron panels with rose and thistle decoration and showing broad arrow British Ordnance and VR with Crown markings

Georgian cast iron feet and Inches distance post with broad arrow and Sovereign Crown, body 79 cm high x 20 cm wide, base plate 38 cm

Pre Colonial Froggatt handcuffs. Wrought iron construction, with key. C. 1960.

A pair of handcuffs stamped Ward, and a pair of leg irons

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