These items are not for sale and the descriptions, images and prices are for reference purposes only.

Prison Baton, 19th century with Queen Victoria's cypher, 48 cm. Together with booklets (2) including 'Extracts from the Rules and Regulations relating to Penal Establishments and Goals' (Melbourne, 1925)

Commando Regiment military baton. Engraved 'Strike Swiftly.'. Length 55 cm

Police Baton, Tasmanian, 19th century with Queen Victoria's cipher. 43 cm

A New Zealand woods colonial box of long narrow rectangular form for the housing of a baton or similar, the lid panel with burr totara panel centrally set with a star within a circle, fan forms to each end of that panel, tapered border, the red velvet line

19th century wooden police baton. Marked twice with Victorian Crown and initials MP, relating to the Municipal Police of Hobart Town C1870

A miniature S.A. Police band baton by John Hale, silver & ebony (only 2 in existence).

Officers hardwood ebonised baton with gold leaf Crown emblem and initials mid 19th century stamped H55 with shaped concentric ring turned grip and woven string wrist strap 46 cm long the Riggall Family, Somercotes, Tasmania

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