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Sword: 1853 pattern Cavalry Troopers sword. Steel blade with some age tone, the ricasso marked John Harvey Birmingham. Pressed leather grips intact. Steel 3-bar hilt also with age tone. Comes with all steel scabbard also marked John Harvey & again with matching age tone. Would benefit from a good clean o/w a sound example.SOLD at A$375
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Sword: British India 1853 pattern Barodan Native State Indian other ranks cavalry sword by Rodwell & Co. These swords were made by Rodwell for the Barodan Cavalry in the late 1800s who were large & well supplied with modern British weaponry & were engaged in many conflicts as the Empire fought to expand & maintain its territories. The blade is age stained & grease covered. The pressed leather grips are damaged with sections missing. Steel 3-bar hilt heavily toned. The leather scabbard is original & complete with steel fittings. Average condition only.AVAILABLE at A$200
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c19th Victorian Railways Free Pass to 'The Hon W Highett MLC'. Obv railway, pastoral, agricultural & mining scene, rev crown & engraving. Silver 10.3g, oval 36x25mm. Holed for suspension. VF. William Highett was an early purchaser of land in Richmond & lived there. The suburb of Highett is named after him. Member from 1853-56 & May 1857-80. Rare. (P)SOLD at A$450
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1853 Cessation of Transport medal. White metal, 53mm, Prooflike field, small dark adhesions EF. C-1853/2. (P)AVAILABLE at A$400