Chief of Morbringer
The brass gorget is one of only two in the Museum’s collection which is not crescent shaped and is the only one which is shaped like a shield.
It was probably sand-cast and has an unusual zig-zag border made with a chasing tool. The style of lettering suggests it was made in the early to mid-19th century.
 WH Wells, A Geographical Dictionary; or Gazetteer of the Australian Colonies, 1848, The Council of the Library of New South Wales, Sydney, 1848, p. 267.