Lot# Description Est $
MILITARIA
289 1986 75th Anniversary of the RAN pewter beer mug,

plate depicting Japanese warship Makigumo presented 30

by ship's captain in 1985, plus 2 RAN French hat pins

made from buttons (King's crown)
290 Military History Reference Books, 'El Alamein to River

Sangro' by Field Marshall Montgomery of Alamein 1952

'The Struggle for Europe' by Chester Wilmot 1953, and 60

'Normandy to the Baltic' by Field Marshall Montgomery of

Alamein, inserts of hand coloured map showing D-Day

advances (3 books)
291 RAN 75th Anniversary 1911-86 limited edition plate 40

number 403, pewter with gilt navy crest
Antique Firearms

292 1822 Tulle manufactured model French percussion

cavalry pistol converted from flintlock, 7¾' .67 cal round

barrel with rifling, notched rear & ball front sights, overall 1500

length 13¾', ¾ walnut stock in good condition, strong

main spring, good working order - see photo

293 Belgian percussion pistol circa 1860s, marked 'FT' under

barrel, proofmarks for Liege to left of chamber, screw

off, rifled octagonal barrel with sight, engraved on all 850

surfaces of chamber and hammer, concealed trigger.

Walnut stock with German silver cap storage, good

working order - see photo

294 Belgian percussion pistol, octagonal .40 cal smooth bore

with Liege proofmarks to left of chamber '8' and '15'

under, star engraved on trigger guard, oval German 850

silver escutcheon on bag shaped stock, good working

order & action - see photo

295 British percussion pocket pistol c.1850 1&7/8" screw off

round smoothbore barrel with British proofs to barrel and 700

chamber. Heavily chequered walnut stock with German

silver escutcheon, good working order & action - see

photo

296 Flintock conversion to percussion of a Long Sea Service

pistol c1780 by Henry Parker of Birmingham, 56 cal 12"

round barrel, 18½" overall, good working condition with 1500

some loss to wood at barrel tang & muzzle - see photo
297 Percussion revolving barrel pistol with two rifled turn-

over barrels, .84 bore by Barnes of Brackley, GB,

engraved sideplates with pitting mainly on the left side, 900

sliding safety, finely chequered bag shaped walnut grip

with silver escutcheon, 6½" overall, good working order

& action ( double barrel requires licence in Victoria)
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