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A Supreme Court Trial At Melbourne, May 1846 letter from Captain Richard Hanmer Bunbury, with rectangular 'Paid At Melbourne' marking (rated at 3/9 - 3 times the basic rate) addressed to his wife, then in Sydney, with arrival backstamp. Bunbury is

A two page hand-written letter by 'Lieut. C.H. Upham'. 'C.' Coy. 20 BN. 4 Inf Bde. N.Z.E.F. Thurs. 23 Oct./41', ink on lined paper, to a fellow soldier, Rewa? Including: 'Many thanks for your letter. I was very pleased to hear that you are alive and well,

Maps (4), 1942 World War II East Africa. In original official envelope. Kenya - Uganda, Sudan, Tanganyika, & Rhodesia. 58 x 88 cm (each)

A German World War II envelope, postmarked 'Hamburg, 13/6/42'

Two World War I medals Pte.H.S.Dawbarn 35 Bn. A.I.F with box and envelope

Album of 50+ original Boer War/Pre World War I pencil sketches by Norman Little.Norman Little was born in the UK in 1883. While at school he displayed an aptitude for art which saw him go on to study at the Royal Academy School where he was a Prizeman. Dur

The Changi prison Australian rules football association premiers trophy plaque, 1942 the hand written cardboard trophy laid down on metal backing with a later plastic protector, drawn and inscribed in pencil 'Richmond Football Club, Premiers, 1942, Austral

General William Birdwood (1865-1951, Commander of Anzac troops during the Gallipoli campaign), signature on 2-page handwritten letter; also 1916 letter from Sir Robert Henry Muirhead Collins; piece signed by Sir Roden & Lady Cutler; plus another unidentifi

Staff Surgeon Commander William Rhodes Harrison (1886-1967), military dress uniform and associated naval dress uniform, jacket, trousers, epaulettes, belts, hat in original tin box, dress sword with original leather case, three World War I service medals a

Property of a Boer war officer: Lt Col Charles Edward Ernest Umphelby i) A selection of documents including three South Africa Boer war period letters: Modder river February 7th 1900. Bloemfontein 25th March. Murdy 13th February. Note: Lt Col Umphelby was

World War II Changi and Sime road POW Camp 1941-45. Archive collection of paintings, ephemera etc. From women's civil section. Includes paintings by then 15 year old Joan Hanson subsequent resident Western Australia and letter of provenance signed by the s

'Civvy Street. Can You Take It?', colour process lithograph poster, dated '1944-45' in image lower right. Condition: A-. 23 x 32.5 cm. Text continues 'Consult your RAAF education officer. There's a correspondence course for your post-war job'

A Gallipoli campaign personal letter on a cigarette packet, dated 24 May 1915 relating to a temporary armistice with the Turks, and personal messages to his sister, with a war chest 1917 stamp

War of 1812: Entire letter dated 17th June 1813 from Hm Ship Sylth to Admiralty, the writer John Kendall mentions he is on his way to the sloop Emulous in Halifax (originally the American sloop Nautilus taken at the beginning of the war), also mentions oth

King Edward VIII (1894-1972, King from 20 Jan. 1936 until his abdication on 11 Dec. 1936, to marry Wallis Simpson), signature 'Edward' (signed as Prince of Wales) on 3-page letter headed 'Magdalen College. Oxford' and dated 'Le 9 Mai1913', to Monsieur Luci

1919 (Dec. 10) autographed letter (2 sides) on 'Mitre Hotel, Oxford' notepaper, to 'Silas' Wright from Victor Campbell; regarding their plans to get together over a meal at the army and Navy club. Campbell adds, rather amusingly, 'I Am Calling You Major Wr

1915 (Jan. 17) autographed letter on 'Ritz-Carlton Hotel, New York' letterhead from Douglas Mawson, writing to Simpson for assistance in completing the preparation of his set of lecture slides. He also makes reference to his Expedition comrades Mertz, Ninn

1914 (May 7) autographed letter (2 sides) from Harry Pennell, on 'H.M.S. Duke of Edinburgh' letterhead (at Trieste) to 'Dear Silas' (Wright). 'We Are Doing a 4 Day Stint at Trieste Being Entertained Royally and Soberly By the Austrians, They Have Too Much

1909 (Nov.3) autographed letter from Robert Falcon Scott to Conrad Fry, on 'British Antactic Expedition, 1910' letterhead regarding a letter of endorsement Fry's proposed publishing regarding the fact that Fry's chocolates would be among the provisions to

1909 (Sept.22) autographed letter on 'British Antarctic Expedition, 1910' letterhead from Edward Evans to Conrad Fry, regarding the preparation of provisions lists for the forthcoming Expedition and advising that he '..Will Let You Know Exact Quantities an

A World War I and later diary of B C Scott of Wanganui, who served from 1941-1945 primarily in the Pacific theatre, the diary, although not filled in on a regular basis gives graphic accounts of 'rial combat in the Pacific and is of some importance. He has

A very important and historic collection of World War I letters, from Auckland staff Sergeant Don Gladding to his wife and family back in New Zealand. Gladding was taken prisoner in Greece. He and a group of men (the names of the men involved in the escape

British Prime Minister: - Robert Gascoyne-Cecil, 3rd Marquess of Salisbury (1830-1903, British Prime Minister 1885-86, 1886-92 and 1895-1902), signature on 2-page hand-written letter on '10 Downing Street' letterhead, dated Jan. 14.1901, written during the

Sir George Biddell Airy (1801-92, English mathematician and astronomer, Astronomer Royal from 1835 to 1881), signed hand-written letter from Royal Observatory, Greenwich, dated December 20 1873, to Major General Simmons at the Royal military Academy, Woolw

An interesting and rare World War I photograph showing New Zealand and Australian Prisoners from Gallipoli, there were just 70 ANZACs taken prisoner at Gallipoli and they sustained a death rate in captivity of 25%. This image clearly shows several New Zeal

A colonial ships log for the Ship 'Beulah', circa 1849, and a naval Commanders letter book, English, 19th century, the front page of the cloth bound log printed and inscribed 'A Log Book Containing the Proceedings on Board the Ship Beulah, From the Port of

An interesting and important collection of World War II correspondence from a New Zealand prisoner of war, Phillip Christian, to his family. Christian was taken prisoner in north Africa and sent to Italy. In March 1944 he was moved from Italy to Stalag 357

1901 Federation: group ex Captain W.Davis of army service Corps, comprising note-book/diary from 12-4-01 to 1905; 15-3- 1901 memo re enclosed invitation; 22-4-1901 'Commonwealth Celebrations, Programme' sheet; envelope with 'The President/Legislative Counc

The Ann Bernard Archive: an assemblage of papers relating to the life of Ann Bernard, first female barrister-at-law in Australia, includes her marriage certificate to Lionel Claude du Combert Bernard in 1923 Fiji, a letter from the high court of Australia

Rare original Gallipoli 4 page hand written letter written on paper, taken from a Turkish officer's dugout in a captured trench, dated August 26th 1915 and sent by Private Percival Madden 3rd Battalion AIF, the letter provides a scarce first hand account o

Medals, Letters and postcards of Cpl. S.C.S. Downard. This accumulation of documents includes his service file, an original late 1890's childhood diary, numerous covers, letters and cards sent by Samuel Downard back to wife and daughter in Karori, Wellingt

World War I 'The Ideal Royal flying Corps loose leaf note book' endorsed on front 'B.T. Piper, Altona' with copious hand-written notes and dia grams from his training courses, with chapters on the 303 automatic Lewis machine gun, the Vickers gun, Topograph

Music: Yehudi Menuhin (concert violinist) signature on 1997 letter on 'From Lord Menuhin, Om Kbe' letterhead, regarding the inauguaration of the Hephzibah Menuhin piano chair; Joska Szigeti (Violinist) signature dated 1908 on real photo post card; Fou Ts'o

A selection of approx. 20 Letters to Captain Thomas Tilly variously dated from 1850s-1890s, there are also some outgoing letter copies. Some are addressed to his Kohimarama, Auckland address while others are addressed to him in London. Some letters are pos

PS military World War I, Australian Hospitals: letter card on blue stock incorporating 8 scenes of Australian Auxiliary Hospital No. 1 at Harefield Park, Middlesex (some spotting but a rare example); plus postcard. (2)

World War I bronze death plaque for Cyril Jack Fernandez with original card envelope (drilled hanger hole)

World War II A. E. Ivory, NZEF in middle East, photo album with photographs (c90) and postcards (10), noted warships and transports, soldiers in desert, middle East scenes; also c60 letters and airgraphs, correspondence between A.E.ivory and his wife in Ch

Unique autograph book of a New Zealand guard at Featherston Prisoner of war Camp during World War II. This POW camp was for captured Japanese soldiers. It had been established during World War I as the largest military training camp in New Zealand. At the

Historic naval Documents and photographs - Ebrey Family with photos of World War II New Zealand naval service. John Alfred Ebrey - born Kent, UK, 1890. Enlisted in the Royal Navy in June 1910 and saw service during World War I, including Gallipoli where he

World War I scrapbook compiled by Corporal A. W. Olsen 2\1073 4th brigade NZFA NZ division. Contains fantastic group of letters and photographs

World War I collection of Letters between 30-50. Addressed to Ms Phillis Isaac Apuka Street Brooklyn Wellington New Zealand.