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A pair of early nineteenth century blacksmith-made handcuffs

A pair of early English convict handcuffs, complete with keys the type typically used in early convict era in Australia

A pair of manacles, English made, 19th century

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 antique 'R.C.S.' figure eight steel convict handcuffs, with key, stamped 296. Provenance: The Collection of Malcolm Denton Maitland Gaol Museum, author of Bushrangers, 1860-1901:From Carcoar, Gilgandra to the Hunter

A pair of convict handcuffs with key, stamped 'Field & Sons, Holborn London', with broad arrow, together with a pair of linking locks with keys, a single chain with two keys and two jailers' keys (9). note: the linking locks and single chain are possibly f

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

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