Published articles - Collector's item of the issue
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- First model Adams revolver, 34 bore, serial number 21, March 1978, p,83.
- 1851 Model Adams 38 bore percussion revolver with Melbourne colonial volunteer regiment inscription, September 1981, p.11.
- Austrian volcanic cartridge saloon pistol, March 1980, p.85.
- Turn barrel flintlock pistol by Louis Barber of London, c. 1715, March 2000, p.108.
- Bechtler “fore and aft” percussion pistol, June 1979, p.249.
- Cased airgun and rifle by John Blanch of Hull, September 1983, p.14.
- Blunderbus of French origin, March 1973, p.79.
- Borchardt self loading pistol, December 1980, p.189.
- Bow Street Runners’ percussion pistol by W. Parker, March 1967, p.14.
- Bowie Knife by Edward Barnes, September 1966, p.5.
- Bowie knives from Australian collections, September 2000, p.192.
- Colt .56 cal. percussion artillery carbine, June 1972, p.260.
- Colt .36 cal. percussion sporting rifle, September 1979, p.17.
- Colt Walker, B company no. 78, June 1971, p.123.
- Colt 1849 pocket revolver, engraved with Tiffany grips and cased with accessories, March 1975, p.51.
- Colt 1849 pocket revolver with with engraved portrait, July 1968, p.20.
- Colt 1851 Navy, cased with matching canteen stock and stock pouch, September 1978, p. 157.
- Colt 1851 Navy, engraved and gold inlaid, December 1999, p.64.
- Cased pair of Colt 1851 Navies, with ivory grips and enscribed to a bodyguard of Emperor Maximilian of Mexico, September 1982, p.110.
- Colt Bisley and details of history, December 1983, p.41.
- Colt Model 1911 cased with accessories, retailed by William Evans of London, June 2000, p.150.
- Sheath knife by James Dixon and Sons Sheffield dated to 1876, September 1984, p.127.
- First Australian-made revolver?, December 2000, p.194.
- Flintlock pistol bearing arms of Sir James Douglas, 18th century naval officer, June/September 1973, p.111.
- Pair of flintlock pistols by Peter Gandon, London, c.1742, December 1979, p.51.
- German machine gunner’s armour, December 1966, p.9.
- Green Brothers’ breech loading percussion musket, December 1971, p.191.
- Greens carbine, September 1975, p.97.
- Double barrel pigeon gun by Haenel of Suhl; metal and wood engraved, displayed at the Paris exhibition of 1860, September 1972, p.19.
- Flintlock musket by Hardwell c.1690, June 1975, p.75.
- Japanese armour from the Edo period, c. 1850, June 1982, p.86.
- Japanese matchlock temple gun, March 1984, p.71.
- Japanese sword by Tozaemonjo Kunitsugu c. 1504, June 1981, p.251.
- Air rifle by Kleinschmidt of Coblenz c.1730, April 1970, p.260.
- Cased pair of Le Mat percussion revolvers, September 1971, p.157.
- Pinfire double rifle by M. Mach of Prague, June 1970, p.300.
- John Manton 18 bore double barrelled flintlock shotgun, June 1977, p.166.
- Joseph Manton tube lock double barrel shotgun, March 1982, p.61.
- Massachusetts Arms Co. tape primed percussion revolver, December 1976, p.125.
- Mauser pistols, June 1999, p. 238.
- Metford percussion match rifle by George Gibbs, Bristol, June 1967, p.16.
- Cased pair of folding trigger percussion pistols by William Moore, London, June 1974, p.177.
- Mortimer flintlock muff pistols, engraved and inlaid, March 1969, p.96.
- Needle fire cavalry pistol with detachable stock, April 1968, p.16.
- Double barrel flintlock pistol with spring bayonet by Nock c.1800, March 1972, p.225.
- Duck’s foot pistol by Nock, September 1970, p.19.
- Double barrel 13 gauge O/U percussion shotgun by Charles Osbourne, Birmingham, c. 1856, December 1972, p.51.
- Miniature rifle by W. Parker of London, c. 1815, December 1970, p.57.
- Pinfire revolver with partially rifled chambers, June 1978, p.121.
- Australian powder horns made in Rockhampton Queensland, June 1984, p.99.
- Powder horn with silver mounts and New Zealand motifs, December 1967, p,20.
- Cased pair of percussion pistols by Westley Richards, London, December 1974, p.19.
- Smith & Wesson .32 cal. revolving rifle, March 1973, p.91.
- Snaphaunce pistol, September 1967, W
- Scottish flintlock pistol by D. Walker of Dunbarton, September 1968, p.18.
- Snider engineers’ carbine with Lancaster rifling, June 1980, p.121.
- Percussion pepperbox by Henry Tatham of London, June 1983, p.199.
- Under and over flintlock rifle and shotgun by Henry Tatham of London, c. 1820, December 1982, p.137.
- Tranter type revolving rifle chambered for centrefire cartridges, June 1969, p.136.
- Cased pair of flintlock duellers by John Twigg of London, c,1774 – has patented safety frizzen, September 1977, p.17.
- Volcanic pistols, December 1977, p.49.
- Webley gas seal percussion revolver, September 1999, p.20.
- Webley R. I. C. revolver altered to percussion, March 1979, p.221.
- 1855 Infantry Officers’ sword by Henry Wilkinson, Pall Mall, London, March 1981, p.223.
- Winchester 1873 carbine presented to James Gregg an Indian scout, January 1969, p.56.
- Woodward’s patent turn over double barrel .30 rf derringer, January 1970, p.220.
- Military map of Zulu Land and campaign medal for the Zulu War, December 1978, p.191.