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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

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