7 item(s) found:

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

Samuel Thomas Gill (1818-1880), Site of the 'Eureka Stockade' Shortly After the Fight. Ballarat 3rd Dec 1854, lithograph, published by F W Niven & Co, inscribed in printed text on margin, 11 x 18.5 cm

Colonial Victorian Land Grant on vellum dated 1854 & signed by Governor Sir Charles Hotham. Hotham Played a Major Role in the Eureka Stockade Riots

Eureka Stockade: First hand account of the events leading up to the 1854 Eureka rebellion by Jon Dow, written on April 1st 1896. This document offers a fascinating insight into the daily events on the Ballarat goldfields from meeting with George Scobie, av

Eureka Stockade: 2 Stereoscope cards of the monument erected on the sight of the rebellion. c1904

Chips Rafferty a programme for 'Eureka Stockade', British Empire Films, 1949; and 19 x publicity stills for 'Bush Christmas', Ralph Smart Productions, 1947 (20) 20 cm x 25.5 cm

New Zealand War Medal 1860-66, undated, named to '2943. Corpl. Chas. Irvin. 40th Regt.', no ribbon. Corporal Charles Irvin is listed in the 'South Australian Advertiser' as one of the 40th Regiment soldiers that left Adelaide for NZ on 7th December 1863. N

Eureka Rebellion: an early 19th century brass hilted sword, as used at Eureka. 68 cm long. This is an example of the typical sword which Peter Lalor and his Brothers-in-arms fought with at Eureka stockade. It is known that a similar example was definitely