Black and white photograph of Benjamin Jackson Bartley Homestead
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Black and white photograph of Benjamin Jackson Bartley Homestead
.1 - R.S.L. WAR SERVICE FUND - COMFORTS the rest illegible .2 . TIN HAT DAY APPEAL . R.S.L. - A.C.F.
BACK TO CHILTERN 1922
COMMEMORATIVE MEDALLION WITH LOOP AT TOP
FRONT - TO COMMEMORATE THEIR MAJESTIES CORONATION . JUNE 22.1911. VICTORIA, above a coat of arms. PEACE & PROSPERITY below BACK - KING GEORGE V QUEEN MARY around the crowned impression of both
FRONT - CEYLON 10 CENTS 1909, BACK - EDWARDVII KING & EMPEROR CENTRE PORTRAIT with 3 letters beneath - illegible
BROOCH STYLE BADGE
FRONT - CHILTERN BOWLING CLUB, BACK SWANN & HUDSON
BUTTON BADGE WITH PIN AND PUSH CLASP
VOLUNTEERS V 2014 POWERING COMMUNITIES
FOUR BUTTON BADGES .1, .2, .3, .4
"BACK TO CHILTERN" . EASTER 1949 Photo in centre of Anzac Memorial gates
.1 2012 badge with pin back - .2 2013 badge with pin back
.1[ CHILTERN MO RIDE ] 2012, .2 [CHILTERN MO RIDE] 2013
Coloured Glass ball
Glass inkwell Desk set
Glass and Brass round Inkwell
[CRITERION] TRADEMARK MADE IN ENGLAND - two indentations in the glass base
Glass and Brass, round with imperfection/ fracture in glass
GLASS AND METAL INKWELL SET - Rectangular
Fountain pen, deep merlot colour with gold, patterned top and 'Made In Italy' inscription. There is a pocket clip on the side. The pen is filled by a squeeze mechanism.
Made In Italy
Information ticket attached says 'Sam Snow padlock from the farm must 70 years old (Norm)'. .1 It is a an old ,brown, metal padlock with IRONSIDES SIX LEVER inscription and MADE IN U.S.A. engraved on it. There are 6 raised studs on the back and 5 on the front which appear to be brass. .2 Small metal key, also brown with an oval shaped head and 21mm barrel. The key seems to be made from a different metal.
.1 Padlock IRONSIDES SIX LEVER inscription and MADE IN U.S.A. engraved on it
Paper article, similar to place mat, with gold decorative border with 'Welcome to Sir Rohan & Lady Delacombe Chiltern, 1967'. The paper is cream in colour and the printing is all in gold. Attached to the mat is a name tag , Mrs J. R. Dow.
'Welcome to Sir Rohan & Lady Delacombe Chiltern, 1967'
Metal clock with holes along the base - ? wall mounted- with very clear clock face with writing C. of A. , P.M.G. -60 . and a small star with a 'J' within it and very small writing -?maker. A small lever on the right hand side when pressed, goes to 12 and starts at one second intervals. There is only 1 hand on the clock.
Clear clock face with writing C. of A. , P.M.G. -60 . and a small star with a 'J' in it and ? makers name.
3 separate cards: .1 WW1 Juvenile War Relief Gardeners League - cream coloured card for entering the sale of produce by John Anderson at State School No. 1489 Barnawartha. .2 WW2 Commonwealth of Australia Clothing Ration Card 1945-6 for Elizabeth Gillman. Coloured pink and showing directions for use on the back. .3 2 X Victorian Motor Spirit Ration Cards for 5 gallons of fuel.Purple print on a cream paper.
Black and white and honey coloured front cover with polka dots and further printed information: THE 50TH YEAR OF THIS PUBLICATION and FOR GRATUITOUS DISTRIBUTION. DR D. JAYNE AND SON PHILADELPHIA. 1893. There is a black and white sketch of a the Jayne building in the centre of the front cover. The back cover information about distribution is also in the same honey colour. Connection to the Athenaeum is through the advertisement on the back cover, sold by general agent, T. SHANASY - CHILTERN, VICTORIA DRUGGIST AND CHEMIST.
Black and white photograph of a building (right hand side) BARTLEY & Co LICENSED CORDIAL MAKERS AND BREWERS, 2 horse and carts: one cart has a couple and the second one has a driver and barrels. This photo is mounted on pale green cardboard and a there is a cream coloured under mount behind the photograph.
Copy of a black and White photo of a gentleman with minimal hair, white beard and moustache dressed in a suit with a bow tie and flowers in his lapel.
Hand written (ball point pen) note - Mr John Riall
Black and white photograph of a group of miners, seated and standing, in front of workings.
Mrs S Mantelli (hand written in black ink - donator)
Sepia photo of Chiltern No. 2 mine showing mine - buildings, fence, equipment and people sitting on a slag heap. It is mounted on a pale green cardboard. There are decorative printed corners and a frame around the picture.
On the back of the photo, Mrs S Mantelli, Chiltern Valley, Victoria
COMIC POSTCARD CHILTERN VIC
BACK Published by BAMFORTH & CO., LTD Holmfirth, Yorkshire "COMIC" Series No. 559 Printed in England Bamforth POSTCARD FRONT HURRY UP YOU TWO - THE TAXI'S WAITING! SORRY JOE - WE'VE JUST BEEN PUTTING OUR THINGS TOGETHER! JUST MARRIED! AT CHILTERN. VIC CHAS.
Mining employees at what is thought to be the Barambogie Mine.(from an original by Miss Harvey) The boy infront of the wheel is thought to be Clarence Cock. John Joseph Bowles, grandfather of Miss Harvey stands behind the man with the saw. To the right of Bowles is possibly John Scarlett.
BRASS PLATE WITH TWO HOLES
PLASTIC VIAL CONTAINING A GOLD NUGGET
PLASTIC BOX CONTAINING GOLD FLAKES AND DUST
GLASS BOTTLE WITH METAL SCREW LID CONTAINING GOLD DUST
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