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Olympic Park Medal & Badges: Gold-coloured medal 'Presented By The Trustees/(1956 Melbourne Olympics logo)/ To Commemorate The Opening Day/ Of Olympic Park 1956', minted by K.G.Luke. Also badges 'Olympic Park Committee of Management/Trustee' & 'Olympic Par

1956 Melbourne, XVI Summer Olympics: 'Torch Bearer Ron Clarke', display with colour photograph, with hand-painted captions - 'Torch Bearer Ron Clarke. Olympic Games Main Stadium, Melbourne, 22nd Nov.1956. Junior World Record Holder. Playing Member of Essen

1936 Berlin, XI Summer Olympics: Ioc Official's Badge, bronze badge lettered 'J.O.K.', no ribbon and clasp broken, minted by L.Chr.Lauer, Nurnberg-Berlin. Extremely rare. Ex James Taylor, 1st President of Australian Olympic Federation, and Australia's 2nd

1932 Los Angeles, X Summer Olympics: 1932 Australian Olympic Team: Lovely group photograph with title and athletes names on mount 'The Australian Olympic Team, Los Angeles, 1932, Wearing 'Challenge' Club Blazers', framed & glazed, overall 50 x 41 cm. Some

1896 Athens, I Summer Olympics: Spyridon Louis (1873-1940, Greek water carrier who won the first modern-day Olympic marathon at the 1896 Olympics), signature on postcard from 1936 Berlin Olympics, where he was a guest of honour.

Australian Olympic Medal Winners - Swimming, Diving & Water Polo: Collection of autographs on pieces, noted Mina Wylie (1912 Stockholm); Giaan Rooney, Shane Gould, Steve Holland, Susie O'Neill, Nicole Stevenson, Ilsa Konrads, John Konrads, John Henricks, L

2000 Olympics gold $100 Achievement coin, series 8, Olympic torch, .9999 gold proof coin. Wt.10g

2000 Olympics gold $100 Achievement coin, series 7, Olympic Athlete, .9999 gold proof coin. Wt.10g

Three 2000 Olympic silver $5 coins, harbour Land, Hatbour of water and Sea change, each a 1oz silver proof coin

Cathy Freeman, signature on print 'Cathy Freeman - 2000 Australian Olympic Team', window mounted, framed and glazed, overall 60 x 80 cm

1960 Rome, XVII Summer Olympics: Rome Olympic Team: photograph 'Rome Olympic Team, Townsville 1960', signed by the four swimmers below - Murray rose, Jon Henricks, John Devitt and John Konrads, window mounted, framed and glazed, overall 60 x 54 cm. Ex John

Olympics; Premier of NSW - dinner 1993 plate, the dinner was hosted by the then Premier Mr John Fahey for the Sydney 2000 Olympic Bid. Complete with Famed photograph of the dinner.

2004 Athens Olympics: 'Our Olympic Team 2004', drawing to assist Livingstone Primary children prepare mural, by Bryan Membrey, original pen and wash, window mounted, framed, overall 74 x 59 cm. From the artist's personal collection

Betty Cuthbert: 'Olympic Golden Girl-Betty Cuthbert', original painting by Bryan Membrey, gouache, signed lower right, window mounted, overall 39 x 51 cm. From the artist's personal collection

1956 Melbourne, XVI Summer Olympics: 1956 Olympic Torch, aluminium, 46 cm tall. Unauthorized reproduction

'Inspiration - 17 Days in Sydney', display comprising Australian Olympic Flag individually hand-signed by all gold medallists, individual and team members, 55 signatures including Cathy freeman, Susie O'Neill and Keiren Perkins, limited edition 116/250, wi

Sydney 2000 replica Olympic Torch, aluminium and stainless steel, in perspex display case with details of the Torch's inspiration, design and technical aspects, limited edition 821/2000, overall 54 x 89 cm

Olympic medals and badges: group with commemorative medals (3) - 1968 Mexico/Grenoble, 1972 Sapporo and 1992 Albertville; Austria 50 Schilling coin Innsbruck 1964; various Us badges (6) ; 'USA/1992/ (Olympic Rings)' cloth badge. (11 items)

Olympic medal Winners - Athletics: collection of autographs on pieces, noted Jackson Scholz (USA - 1920, 1924 and 1928) ; Abel Kiviat (USA - 1912) ; Mikio Oda (Japan - 1924 and 1928) ; Erik Byhlen (Sweden - 1924 and 1928) ; Edvin wide (Sweden - 1920, 1924

Official Olympic Games Emblem medallion set 1896-2000, limited edition display compring 24 medallions, numbered 180/5000, window mounted, framed and glazed, overall 54 x 45 cm.

2000 Sydney Olympics: Sydney 2000 Australian Olympic opening Ceremony blazer, attractively window mounted with photographs signed by Australian fl ag bearer Andrew Gaze and athlete's oath reader Rechelle Hawkes, limited edition 25/100, framed and glazed, o

Group with Pam Kilborn-Ryan's Australian blazer, with Australian coat-of-arms and 'Olympic Games 1964' embroidered on pocket; official badge for competitor in original case; Participation medal in wooden box; scrapbook of press clippings; books and magazin

2000 Australian Olympic Soccer Team: 'Adidas' football with c21 signatures, in perspex display case, 26 x 26 x 29 cm, the team included mark Viduka, Stan Lazaridis, Josip Skoko, Hayden Foxe, Kasey Wehrman and Brett Emerton.

1956 Melbourne, XVI Summer Olympics: Olympics car number plate, with '1956' at top, 'Vic' at left, Olympic rings and the number '338', Also 1970s car number plates from Mississippi, Kansas and Ri (Rhode Island?). (4 items)

Olympic medal Winners - swimming: collection of autographs on pieces, noted Mina Wylie (Australia - 1912 Stockholm) ; Constance jeans (Gb - 1920 and 1924 Olympics) ; Helen Meany (USA - 1920, 1924 and 1928 Olympics) ; Hakan Malmrot (Sweden - 1920 Antwerp) ;

1974 FIFA world cup: group with brochure; covers (3) signed by Australia (4 signatures), Jugoslavia (10 signatures) and Zaire (4 signatures) ; also piece signed by German star Uwe Seeler. 1956 Olympics - Polish FDCs (6) ; British Team badge 'Great Britain/

2000 Sydney Olympics: Sydney Olympic Park Path of Champions, large circular plaque, 75 cm diameter, 'John Konrads, Born 1942 Riga, Latvia. Olympic Champion 1960, 1500m Freestyle, Rome. Club Bankstown. John Konrads Won the 1500m, Achieved a Bronze Medal in

1964 Tokyo Olympics group, noted complete set of swimming programmes (13) with Konrads' personal notes; Olympic Appeals Fund luncheon menu (Sydney) ; various books (8) including 'Tokyo Olympics Official Souvenir' and 'Official Handbook to Tokyo Olympics';

John Konrads' Australian Tracksuit, with badge on pocket 'Australia, (Kangaroo), Tokyo 1964, (Olympic Rings) ', and 'Australia' on reverse, made by Melbourne sports Depot

1964 Tokyo - Australian Team blazer, with Australian coat of arms, Olympic rings and 'Olympic Games 1964' embroidered on the pocket. Internal pocket with typed 'J. Konrads No. 5739' added to manufacturers label. Excellent condition

1964 Tokyo, XVIII Summer Olympics: 1964 Tokyo official badge for swimming competitor, with legend 'Tokyo (Olympic Rings) 1964/ Competitor' with light blue ribbon (for swimming), in original presentation case. Ex John Konrads. Rare

1960 Olympics group, noted programmes (5) ; 'Roma Per Le Olimpiadi' by Coni (Rome, 1954); 'Olympiad 1960' edited by Cesare (Milan, 1958); Olympic Appeals Fund dinner menu (Wollongong) ; Rome 1960 swimming handbook; 'Australian Olympic Games Team, Rome 1960

John Konrads' suitcase, with gilt initials 'J.K.' on top, nice oval 'Member of Australian Olympic Team' luggage label. a gift from Bankstown Council in 1958

John Konrads' Australian Windcheater, green with pocket embroidered '(map of Australia), Australia, (Olympic rings) ', Made By Speedo

John Konrads' official Australian uniform T-shirt, with badge on pocket '(kangaroo), Rome 1960, Australia, (Olympic rings) ', Made By Speedo

1960 Rome Olympics, gold medal awarded to John Konrads for first place in the 1500 metres men's Freestyle; minted by Artistice Fiorenti in Florence and in the original cream coloured case of presentation. Konrads established a new Olympic record of 17 minu

1960 Rome, XVII Summer Olympics: Rome Olympic Team: photograph 'Rome Olympic Team, Townsville 1960', signed by the four swimmers below - Murray rose, Jon Henricks, John Devitt and John Konrads, window mounted, framed and glazed, overall 60x54 cm, the Austr

John Konrads' Australian Olympic Team ties, 1956 with embroidered kangaroo over Olympic rings in fi ve colours, made by Holeproof; 1960 and 1964 ties made by Austico; also NSWASA tie. (4 items)

Belt buckle, reading 'Australia, Olympic Team, Melbourne 1956' with Australian fl ag and Olympic rings. Rare

1956 Olympics group, noted nice Colgate-Palmolive box; swimming and diving results (36 pages) ; letterhead (40 sheets) ; tele grams (11) ; postcard of swimming team; Olympic village Visitor's Pass and Visitor's dining Pass; souvenir programme; 'Map of Melb