Print of John Monash
Inscriptions & markings
Made in 1919
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Print of John Monash
Made in 1919
Coloured box for 12 Biros. Economy ball pens Medium 12 blue - 0214.
Writes first time, every time! plus BIC Performance Policy. Quality endorsed company. BIC Australia P.L. Popes Rd, Keysborough, Voc, 3173. Australia
Coloured watercolour print
Print of John Monash in wooden frame
Made in 1919
Print of John Monash
Made in 1919
Green muted in 10 pieces (various sizes) Removed from long Athenaeum Table.
Removed September 2010
Historical - well used - heavy metal. Inside strongly reinforced - lockable - fluted front handle. One smaller top section. Large bottom section .Ornamented front in central area. BRANX- comb springs in the locks. WAs commonly used as a bank safe & the railways used them in 1880's (from Chris Daniels) Originally green, handle is brass which would clean up.
Colour Poster with 2 copies. Has four photographs of army leaders Foch, Burwood, Monash and Haigh with a Roll of Honour of Servicemen from Beechworth and District with Beechworth businesses advertised. Chronology of First World War.
Label on back. - 19 Ford St, Beechworth. 057-28-1477. Exhibition only.
Decorative prayer surrounded by angels, oakleaf decorated cross, setting sun, Abraham. Painted dark timber frame with overhanging corners, glass front. Raw timber backing with wire hanging.
Brown grained leather - Animal hide. Metal attachments; one leather handle. 2x 90mm long metal straps- 15mm depth. Top opening. Bag folds in to middle . Central lock part broken & handle. Latch to fasten each end of metal trimming - broken. Fabric lining inside with cardboard backing - beige colour/ fair condition.
Brown grained leather - crocodile imprint. Metal attachments; one leather handle. 2x 180mm long straps- 20mm depth. Top opening. Inside tag reads split leather & makers name. Bag folds in to middle . Central lock & handle. Latch to fasten each end of metal trimming. Fabric lining in mid brown colour/ fair condition.
John Jackson & Co.P.L. Melbourne , Victoria 1891-1901-1937
Completely assembled with gas bottle attached. Chrome carry handle. Anodised white lid over four light steel strutts. Steel gas feeder area 7cm. Sticker with instructions. Jenaar Suprax Glass is cracked. Insignia made in Germany. Cylinder 3965c.
Bottle T/77 8, 52885 S Vic. Appro TP 3310 KPa + 4 77A^ AS no B115-240. Companion Tara 3.5 kg - no 21836. Propane type PS 39650 WC 480kg Tare 7lb 11pz
Black enamel top cover with circular dome. Mantle with glass cover 8cm: adjustable fuel knob. Protective guard with carrying handle attached - silver coated steel. Silver coated domed base with primer knob. mantle fragile & damaged.
Tilley 'Pyrex' 171. Made in UK. Manufactured in United Kingdom '570XA'
Blue cylinder shape gas bottle. 'Companion' brand - Sievert. Frosted glass with beige painted top. Chrome carry handles. 2 knobs on feeder pipe. Gas bottle has writing : Type 3967 TP 480 lbs PSI C 169107 5 68. Water cap 5lbs 5oz. Tare weight 4 lbs 9oz. Made in Aust. AS no B115-240
Jenner Simplex Glass Schott & Gen, Mainz, made in Germany on frosted glass.
Blue cylinder shape canister primus brand. Steel lamp. Body white, cap on top chrome metal handle.
2000 Primus LBO 34 kg ASB 115. Primus Sievert PT1235ATM ^ 1-75, TP 480 PSIG. Made for Nelson & Company Pty Ltd in Sweden
Wooden .Certificate : No 82, Est 15th Nov 1869. Red/black writing. White background. Signatures: McIvor, Pollard, Ricketts - Manchester Emblem. Buchan, Munro, Bell - Melbourne Emblem. Emblem: Two women (one with wines) on side of shield (beehive, lamb, wheat, eye, flowers, snake, sun, moon, stars). Coloured. Covered with glass. All housed within hinged doors of wood with locking mechanism.
Emblem : We will drink neither wine or strong drink.
Pair of black timber lockable doors which are hinged and open. Inside doors black frame with red stripe. Lettering gold on green background, 'PCR' above LH door. Outside - main cabinet area 61cm wide , 76cm long and 12cm deep. Top & bottom pieces approximately 70cm wide & 16cm deep at base. Extra fancy piece at top is broken & unattached.
Inside - dispensation certificate from the High Court with one eye depicted. LH side names : Scopes T 2, Nicoll jnr, Wiseman Hy 3, Mc Geeghan Ed 8, Salmon Wm H, Shont Wm, Donaghue Mel, Breustedt Hy 3, Nichels Chs 4, Hulme Wm, Tidyman Jn 2, Egan Geo 12, Mc Laren FS 8, Waddell JND, Birtles Pr, Wiseman WH, O'Neill Jas, Pope Wm, Cook ChS, Lorrimer JSL 4. RH Side : Yeatman Jas, Tresise WJ, Yeatman S.M.L, Lorimer Wm 5, Batters Wm 2, Malsem Alex 2, Downs Sml N2, Dodds Geo, Currie D, Nl C, Currie Jnd. Certificate - framed, authority from Plymouth, Devon, bros Nicoll, Little, Foster of Stanley, 28th August 1865. b/w emblem with 2 men each side of shield including deer, horn, hound and background of forest.
Shield shape - wooden with silver shield inside . Musical motif/Irish harp/advance Stanley - extra pes. Cabinet hinged - lockable. Ornate scrolled top on wooden part of shield.
Engraved 'Beechworth Choir Contest' Judge Redford 7th Oct 1903
Edward Hulme - artist's early landscape of Stanley Village overlooking the plateau and hills. There are 3 miners in the foreground washing the gravel by a cradle with 2 tall eucalypts to the left. Outlying dwellings and a water-race also feature.
E.Hulme clel & lith. Ladd and Carr. imp. Reproduction company for National Library, Australia
Maroon and dark red with embossed fabric pattern, with Maroccan leather binding and corners. Black and red marbled endpapers. Minutes from January 14 1890 to June 30 1930. notes and financial records on front and end pages. 1890-1919 minutes written by secretary John Treweek, secretaries Tate.
Tooled pattern on leather binding
Tin box in brown and gold square design '170016'. Gold painted outside with red stripe housing brown lines with solid brown area where brass handles attached. Lockable. Black interior paint. 3 money sections, detachable as a whole. Each section has a lid with a small handle. storage room underneath. Hinged lid (patent 4489?0 and 'note' storage below. Exterior handles both sides.
Tin box in black and gold square design '170016'. Brass handle at top - repaired. Homemade black hinge added to top. Lockable with lock included. Black interior paint. 3 money sections, detachable as a whole. Each section has a lid with a small handle. storage room underneath.
small lock - 'Lion' brand. Made in Japan approximately 3 sq cm with steel locking device.
'Tudor' cash receipt book with red cover and grey fabric binding, duplicate, blue carbon and cardboard. 50 sheets - 1960-1962. Details of Tudor duplicate books on back cover.
Details of Tudor duplicate books on back cover. Back page extra jottings.
'The Rico' cash receipt book with duplicate blue carbon and cardboard.4 receipts per page, duplicate and carbon 1 page intact - 1959-1960. Black spine binding
Scribble inside from cover
'The Rico' cash receipt book with duplicate blue carbon and cardboard.. Approximately 2 dozen sheets with 2 sheets intact receipts and carbon - 1958-1959. Deep blue spine binding
dark Green-Black cover with red cloth binding which needs repair. Some pages worn. Blue lined pages approximately 182. Additional information re Euchre Parties glued to torn front cover. Gold lettering on binding reads 'Minute Book'. Euchre Party dates and accounts 1960-1970 with some missing. Note: Back page to Deed for Athenaeum Grounds 18 February 1873.
Front cover sticker 11cm x 8cm has 'Minute Book' enclosed in an ornate edging.
Records from Stanley Athenaeum and Library Committee. January 1992- next 30 pages approximately blue lined. Front cover black with red binding on spine and corners. 1992-1998.
Brown wood appearance 'contact' coloured covering - slightly ripped. Cover coming away from spine - cardboard material. Ruled blue lined pages x approximately 100 Period1970-1991. Some records are on paper and clued to a page.
Beige coloured cardboard cover. Light brown fabric binding . Ruled blue lined pages x approximately 100 Period1958-1971. No markings on front cover which is coming away from the binding. Back cover needs repair.
Beige coloured cardboard cover. Scribbles and doodles on front and back covers. Athenaeum stamp on cover. Light brown fabric binding . Period 1953-1958
Stanley stamp '4.12.1953 Stanley Library'
Dark green cover - fabric over cardboard - well worn. Red fabric binding to spine - peeling at back. Spine coming away from blue lined pages. Alphabetic index runs along edge. 138 pages of individual borrowers records. Some back pages have been ripped out.
Red sticker 11.5cm x 7cm with fancy internal edging and word 'Ledger" written inside.
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