|Physical description||Plastic, Steel|
|Date made||c 1910|
First World War, 1914-1918
Cased Model 1903 Browning Pistol : Major R G Casey, 1 Division Headquarters, AIF
Cased Model 1903 Browning semi automatic pistol. Top slide left side marked FABRIQUE-NATIONALE-D'ARMES de GUERRE.HERSTAL-BELGIQUE BROWNING'S PATENT. Black checkered grips with the FN trade mark in the top quarter. The pistol is contained in a brown leather case 235x140x50 mm with R.G.C. stamped in back on the outside lid. The case is lined in green baize and contains also two magazines, a wire cleaning brush and a small oil bottle marked on the bottom G&J.W.HAWKSLEY. On the outside of the case is a small carry handle with two surrounding leather straps.
This pistol was carried by Major Richard Gardiner Casey, DSO, MC., who became Lord Casey of Berwick and the City of Westminster and later Governor-General of Australia.