Sir Richard Bourke's ceremonial sword and scabbard

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Record title

Sir Richard Bourke's ceremonial sword and scabbard

Call numbers

LR 20

Record identifier

16AJ2Zzn

Sir Richard Bourke's ceremonial sword and scabbard

Location: Online State Library Digital Collections, see in viewer below.

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Full title

Sir Richard Bourke's ceremonial sword and scabbard

Date

Between 1831-1855

Call Numbers

LR 20

Record Identifier

16AJ2Zzn

Formats

Physical Description

Contents

Objects - maroon & gold rope tassle attached to handle ; Length 92 cm. - Scabbard has cracks in timber - 1 steel sword & engraved brass & wood scabbard. Blade etched with designs

Other Descriptions

Level of description

Fonds

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Copying Conditions

Out of copyright

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Physical Access Conditions

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Digitised

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Full title

Sir Richard Bourke's ceremonial sword and scabbard

NOTES

General note

Undated. Date approximated to between time Bourke arrived in Sydney and his death

Digital order no:Album ID : 823430

CONTEXTUAL INFORMATION

Exhibited in

First Government House opening exhibition

Flesh & Blood: Family Connections in Sydney 1788-1998

Colonial Governors

The Irish in Australia

Artefact or Fiction: Curriculum highlights, 20 April 2018 to 19 April 2019

Artefact or Fiction: Curriculum highlights, 18 April 2019 to 20 April 2020

Identifiers

PRIMARY IDENTIFIERS

Call Numbers

LR 20

Record Identifier

16AJ2Zzn

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https://collection.sl.nsw.gov.au/record/16AJ2Zzn

OTHER IDENTIFIERS

Reference code

446217

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