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1968 Mexico Participation medal, in copper, designed by Lance Wyman, square shape, 50x50mm.

Peter Norman's 1968 Mexico Olympics Australian Team Kitbag made for Melbourne Sports Depot for the Olympic team, held Norman's running shoes, shorts & singlet. The singlet was purchased in February 2016 by the National Museum of Australia. Peter Norman won

1968 Mexico Olympic Torch, sheet metal, black, part of shaft made of wood, 52 cm tall. Used in the Torch run from Olympia to Athens, Greece. Quantity produced: 3000, with original magenta and cyan presentation case with text 'Antorcha Olimpico/ Mexico

Black Power Salute: Peter Norman's Australian running uniform from 1968 Mexico Olympics, white singlet with diagonal green/gold/green stripes, and cloth badge 'Australia/ (kangaroo)/ (Olympic rings)' singlet endorsed 'Peter Norman, 200M, Mexico 1968'.

1968 Mexico Olympics: Diplaoma awarded to Australia's Rowing Eights (who won silver medal), signed by Avery Brundage & Pedro Ramirez Vazquez.

1968 Mexico Olympics: Australian tracksuit top & pants, the top with badge 'Australia' over Kangaroo & Olympic rings. Good condition. Ex Alan Callaway, Men's Eight Coach.

1968 Mexico Olympics: Bronze plaque, 43cm diameter, with Aztec symbols & text around edge 'Juegos de la decimonovena Olimpiada Mexico - Mil novecientos sesenta y ocho - Llamó a la Juventad del Mundo'. Ex Ioc German President.

1968 Mexico Olympics: 1968 Mexico Participation Medal in copper, designed by Lance Wyman, square shape, 50 x 50mm

1956 Olympics: Autograph Books (2), one with c110 signatures, noted wrestlers, Yugoslavian footballers, swimmers, boxers, John Konrads, Dawn Fraser & Murray Rose; other with c197 signatures. Also 1968 Mexico Olympics carry bag. (3 items)

1968 Olympic Torch, sheet metal, silver colour, part of shaft made of wood, 52 cm tall. Used in the Torch relay in Mexico. Some wear.

1968 Carlton Premiership Medal, front design of a footballer by Andor Meszaros (1900-72, who had also designed the 1956 Melbourne Olympic Games medals), reverse shows players names in their positions, surrounded by text 'Victorian Football League/ Carlton:

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

1968 Mexico Olympics, silver winner's medal, with ribbon, 60mm diameter, bar engraved '80mts. Con Obstaculos', in original presentation case. Very attractive and scarce. 1968 Mexico Olympics Diploma (31 x 31 cm), inscribed 'Pamela Kilborn, Pamela, Australi

1962 Commonwealth Games in Perth, bronze winner's medal, with chain, '1962 VII British Empire and Commonwealth Games/ Perth/ Western Australia', engraved on reverse 'Fencing/ Sabre/ individual/ J.Andru/ Canada', 58mm diameter. Very attractive and scarce. (

Ian Browne's 1968 Australian Championships, gold winner's medal, with chain, 'Amateur Cyclists Association of Australia', engraved on reverse 'Senior Australian Track Championships/ Sydney 1968/ 2000 Metres Tandem/ 1st I.Browne G.Johnson', 58mm diameter. V

1968 Grenoble, x Winter Olympics: 1968 Grenoble Participation medal, in bronze, designed by Mme J.-M.Coeffin, minted by Paris mint, 68mm diameter. Superb condition in circular presentation case

1968 Grenoble, x Winter Olympics: 1968 Grenoble Participation medal, in bronze, designed by Mme J.-M.Coeffin, minted by Paris mint, 68mm diameter. Fine

1968 Grenoble, x Winter Olympics: 1968 Grenoble Participation medal, in bronze, designed by Mme J.-M.Coeffin, minted by Paris mint, 68mm diameter. Superb condition in circular presentation case

1968 Grenoble, x Winter Olympics: 1968 Grenoble Participation medal, in bronze, designed by Mme J.-M.Coeffin, minted by Paris mint, 68mm diameter. Superb condition in circular presentation case.

1968 Grenoble, x Winter Olympics: 1968 Grenoble Participation medal, in bronze, designed by Mme J.-M.Coeffin, minted by Paris mint, 68mm diameter. Fine

Ian Browne's 1968 Australian Championships, gold winner's medal, with chain, 'Amateur Cyclists Association of Australia', engraved on reverse 'Senior Australian Track Championships/ Sydney 1968/ 2000 Metres Tandem/ 1st I.Browne G.Johnson', 58mm diameter. V

1968 Mexico, XIX Summer Olympics: 1968 Mexico Participation medal, in copper, designed by Lance Wyman, square shape, 50 x 50mm

1968 Grenoble, x Winter Olympics: 1968 Grenoble Participation medal, in bronze, designed by Mme J.- M.Coeffin, minted by Paris mint, 6.8 cm diameter

1968 Mexico, XIX Summer Olympics: 1968 Olympics poster: 'Mexico, 1968', design of Aztec Sun calendar, artwork by Vazanez, Terrazas & Wyman, colour process lithograph, printed by Miguel Galas in Mexico, size 62 x 120 cm. Condition A

1968 Grenoble, x Winter Olympics: 1968 Grenoble Participation Medal, in bronze, designed by Mme J.-M.Coeffin, minted by Paris mint, 68mm diameter. Fine.

Ian Browne's 1968 Australian Championships gold medal for the 'Amateur Cyclists Association of Australia', engraved on reverse 'Senior Australian Track Championships/ Sydney 1968/ 2000 Metres Tandem/ 1st I. Browne G. Johnson'. Ian Browne won his fifth and

1968 Grenoble, x Winter Olympics: 1968 Grenoble Participation Medal, in bronze, designed by Mme J.-M.Coeffin, minted by Paris mint, 68mm diameter. Superb condition in circular presentation case

1968 Grenoble X Winter Olympics bronze participation medal, designed by Mme J. M. Coeffin, minted by Paris Mint, with a circular presentation case

Mexico, 1968 XIX Summer Olympics copper, square shaped participation medal designed by Lance Wyman

1968 Grenoble, X Winter Olympics: 1968 Grenoble Participation Medal, in bronze, designed by Mme J.M. Coeffin, minted by Paris Mint, 6.8 cm diameter

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