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Bayonet Frog - Victorian Artillery, circa 1890 Reg. No: ST 043232 9
- White leather Bayonet Frog. Used by a soldier in the Victorian Artillery, circa 1890.
- White leather. Two pieces of leather stitched along side edges: the loop which passes over the belt, and the front of the frog. A small buff leather strap with silver metal buckle lies across the top of the front for securing the bayonet.
- Acquisition Information:
- Cultural Gifts Donation from Major Edward (Ted) Millett
|Tagged with:||uniforms, victorian artillery|
|Themes this item is part of:||Victorian Colonial Military, 1854-1901, Clothing & Textiles Collection, Public Life & Institutions Collection, Victorian Artillery (AKA Royal Victorian Volunteer Artillery Regiment or Permanent Artillery Corps)|
|On Display at:||Melbourne Museum|
|Primary Classification:||MILITARY HISTORY|
|Inscriptions:||The reverse of the frog is stamped in the centre: symbol of an arrow; W ...?; three intersecting lines.
An indistinct maker's mark is stamped on the reverse of the frog at the lower end.
|Place & Date Used:||Victoria, Australia, circa 1890|
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