Alternative Name(s): Shooting Trophy

Trophy made by Lewbery, circa 1972. The trophy was for the Annual Shooting Challenge between Fitzroy-Brunswick and the Royal Victorian Institute for the Blind. The trophy records scores for the two teams for the years: 1973 and 1977.

Physical Description

Metal and wood trophy, in the shape of two overlapping triangles on a wooden base. In front of the triangle is the gold-plated naked figure of a man holding a shield with an engraved coloured image of a marksman lying down with a rifle. The trophy was presented for the annual challenge, Fitzroy-Brunswick [Rifle Club] versus the R.V.I.B., and there are 8 silver plated shields around the trophy with the results of the annual competition.

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