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Name/title Maker Production date Description
Kokoamo photograph album Kokoamo photograph album
Circa 1920
This album contains photographs of teachers and students from Kokoamo School as well as photos of Merton School, Palmerston District High School, Karitane, Dunedin and various family and holiday photographs.
Victory Medal Victory Medal
McMillan, William (b.1887, d.1977)
Circa 1919
The obverse of the medal depicts the standing figure of Victory holding a palm branch in her right hand and stretching out her left hand. On the reverse of the medal is a laurel wreath containing a four-line inscription: "THE GREAT WAR FOR CIVILISATION 1914-1919". The dates are '1914-1919' to include post-war intervention by the Allied nations in the Russian Civil War. The medal is yellow bronze and is attached to the ribbon by a ring.

The ribbon is watered silk with a double rainbow, with indigo at the edges and red in the centre.

Around the edge is engraved :1 641 PTE. R.S. MITCHELL 16 BN. A.I.F".
1914-15 Star Medal 1914-15 Star Medal
Blakemore, William Henry James (b.1871, d.1945)
Circa 1918
The 1914-15 Star is a crowned four-pointed star with crossed swords and a wreath of oak leaves, with the royal cypher at the foot and a central scroll inscribed 1914-15. The 1914-15 Star is identical to the 1914 Star, except for the omission of AUG and NOV, and the scroll across the centre being inscribed 1914-15. The reverse of the 1914-15 Star is plain, except for the inscribed name and service details of the recipient. The medal is bronze and is attached to the ribbon by a ring.

The ribbon is watered silk with red, white and blue stripes. This is the same ribbon as that worn on the 1914 Star.

Engraved on back 'Lieut. F Chilton - A & S Highrs.' Originally from framed collection of medals Bronze star.
Cross of Mercy 1912 Medal Cross of Mercy 1912 Medal
A medal issued in 1913 after The Balkan War.

A = Gilt Maltese cross with red enamel circle to centre. On one side is what looks like the Serbian Royal Arms, and eagle with fleur de lis beneath and on the reverse is Cyrillic writing "‘For Mercy’ circumscribed ‘For Tending the Wounded and the Sick 1912’".

B = Triangular folded piece of pale blue moiré ribbon.
Bottle of Stout Bottle of Stout
North Otago Brewery (estab. Circa 1876, closed Circa 1915)
Pre 1905
Green glass bottle with contents intact. Label reads "Extra double brown stout". "North Otago Brewery. Prime North Otago. Brewed and bottled by R. Shand and Co. Oamaru. Stout Prime invigorating and nourishing. Stout."
Dux Medal Dux Medal
Silver Dux Medal. In the shape of a Maltese cross. The back of the medal is engraved "SOUTH SCHOOL OAMARU" The front centre is engraved LILLIE MORELEY DUX 1889. Lillie Moreley started school on the 21/9/1881 and finished 25/2/1892. The medal can be hung or worn like a badge. The pin is missing and the keeper is bent.

There are two pieces of correspondence with the medal.
Steinecker beer bottle Steinecker beer bottle
First bottle of beer sold in Oamaru under Trust Control on Saturday March 24th 1962. This ended decades of prohibition in Oamaru.
Purchased by Bill Burns, then Curator of the Pioneer Gallery, at the Wear Street Bottle Store. "STEINECKER STEINECKER LAGER BEER. CONTENTS 12 FL OZ NETT." Small brown bottle with contents intact.
A photo of this purchase is in the Oamaru Mail on 26 March 1962 p. 4
Plaque - Penny Farthing Plaque - Penny Farthing
Small plaque. Rectangular with raised, in grey " N Z NATIONAL - ( logo of man on penny farthing with arms raised going past the Oamaru Post Office ) PENNY FARTHING and Veteran Cycle - CHAMPIONSHIPS - in the Streets of - OAMARU - Limited Edition 1995 ".
New Zealand War Service Medal New Zealand War Service Medal
The New Zealand War Service Medal. Silver. The obverse shows the uncrowned effigy of King George VI, facing left, with the legend "GEORGIUS VI D:G:BR:OMN:REX F:D:IND:IMP." The reverse has the inscription "FOR SERVICE TO NEW ZEALAND 1939-1945" above a fern leaf. Ribbon black with white edges.

This medal was issued to J. Belcher.