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Historic Houses Trust Sydney. Glebe, Australia. 1993. A catalogue of Aboriginal breastplates (gorgets) held in regional and private collections within Australia. Gorgets were originally used as part of medieval knights to protect the neck and later as part of the the English regimental uniform abolished in 1831. They became an important badge of office with Australian Aborigine tribal 'Royalty' a practice also adopted by North American Indians and by other aboriginals in other British colonies. Fine condition. Soft covers. 136pp. 270 x 225mm