Pieces of rifle equipment, previously housed in Havelock tobacco tin
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Eleven small piece of metal previously housed in Havelock tobacco tin. They are: A hollow metal rectangle with measurement markings; a rod with circle at the end with a hole, and a hole at the other end perpendicular to the first; one large screw; three small screws; two long flat piece of metal with hole at one end; a metal rod which narrows towards one end; a pin; and a very small rod.
0 - Whole: H: 7 W: 60 D: 19mm (H: 1/4 W: 2 3/8 D: 3/4")
Kindly donated to the Melbourne Cricket Club Museum by Barbara Haynes.
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