About this objectDisplay above glass cabinet on east wall, consisting of four pictures, a flag, two rifles and wooden aircraft propeller. The display is set up as follows - on the wall is the flag with rifles diagonally on each side. On top of the glass cabinet below are the four pictures with the propeller laid horizontally in the centre.
1-4: Coloured pictures of 19th century soldiers in wooden frames with glass covering. From the left -
a. Trooper Queensland & Mounted Rifles 1893,
b. Regimental Quartermaster Sergeant, Tasmanian Volunteer Rifle Regiment, 1887,
c. Ranger, Ballarat Volunteer Rifle Regt., 1874,
d. Gunner NSW Volunteer Artillery, 1873.
5-6: Two 303 rifles bolted to the wall.
7: Large flag of Orange Volunteer Rifles in wood and glass frame.
The flag is gold on a blue background with a Union Jack in the top right hand corner. A circular band of foliage, like a wreath, with a crown on top, and the letters "VR" in the centre, and "NSW 1874 Orange Volunteer Rifles" underneath. The flag has a gold fringe.
8. Wooden aircraft propeller, with metal leading edges. There is hole in the centre of the propeller with eight small holes around it.