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Official souvenir of the Wallabies British & American Tour, Season 1908-9', published by NSW Bookstall Co [Sydney, 1909], back cover affixed to album page. [in October, the 1908-09 first Wallabies touring team defeated England 32-3 to win Australia

Australia at the Olympic Games London 1948' by Tanner [Melbourne, 1948]

Vintage signed photograph, Australian Empire Games Team London 1934, signed by various members, approx 20 cm 25 cm

Swimmimg/Diving: 1946-48 programmes (10) including '1948 Olympic Games London - Souvenir Programme of the Swim Swing Shows 1947, Olympic Pool, North Sydney' with 29 signatures including Fred Lane (Paris 1900). 1948 Australian Olympic Trials with 6

1948 London Olympics: Movie poster, 'J.Arthur Rank presents, XIVth Olympiad, The glory of Sport. Filmed entirely in magnificent Technicolour. Produced by Castleton Knight. Specially Flown to Australia by Qea and Boac', printed by W.E.Smith Ltd, Sydney, lin

'Olympic Games of London, 1908. IV International Olympiad. Programme. Programme of Eighth Day, Tuesday, July 21st, 1908' with athletics, swimming, fencing, wrestling; plus music and fireworks. Good condition (some adherance to back cover).

'the American Olympic Committee report. Games of the x Olympiad, Los Angeles, California. III Olympic Winter games, lake Placid New York, 1932'; plus 'The 1948 London Olympic Games' by Evelyn Thomas [London, 1948]; 'A pictorial souvenir of the Olympic Game

1956 Melbourne Olympics collection including cigarette lighter; team pins from Australia & Japan; Opening & Closing Ceremony LP records; telephone directory; programmes (4); 'Pix' magazine; ticket; also 'British Olympic Association, Official Report of the

1934 2nd British Empire Games in London, Participation Medal 'British Empire Games/London/1934', bronze, 44mm diameter. Very attractive and scarce

1948 London, XIV Summer Olympics: 'Xivth Olympiad, London 1948, Football (Final) at the Empire Stadium Wembley, Friday August 13th 1948, Official Programme'. (Sweden defeated Yugoslavia 3-1 to win the gold medal). Fine condition

Tony Rafty (b.1915) scenes of the 1948 Olympic Games, London (16), including Athletes in preparation and the Indian Hockey team pen & ink & watercolour, each signed by the artist, some autographed various sizes Provenance: the collection of the Artist

1934 2nd British Empire Games in London, Participation Medal 'British Empire Games/London/1934', bronze, 44mm diameter. Very attractive and scarce

1948 London, XIV Summer Olympics: Fanny Blankers-Koen (1918-2004, Dutch athlete who won 4 gold medals at 1948 London Olympics), display comprising signature on piece, window mounted with action picture, overall 20 x 26 cm

1934 2nd British Empire Games in London, Participation medal 'British Empire Games/London/1934', bronze, 44mm diameter. Very attractive and scarce

1934 2nd British Empire Games in London, gold winner's medal 'British Empire Games/England/1934', engraved on reverse 'Boxing, Middle-Weight, 1st', 50mm diameter, in original presentation case. V ery attractive and scarce. Won by Alf Shawyer of England

1948 London, XIV Summer Olympics: official London 1948 programmes, for opening Ceremony, Athletics (7 different days), swimming and Rowing. (10 items)

D 1948 London, XIV Summer Olympics: 'XIV Olympiad 1948. Programme Deliveries and Sales', interesting typewritten office record (with manuscript anotations) of the number of programmes produced, sold & unsold - for each event at the Olympics. Historic and p

1934 2nd British Empire Games in London, official badge for games official, with bar on top labelled 'Official', red, white & blue ribbon, and medal below 'British Empire Games 1934', made by F.Phillips, Aldershot. Scarce

1934 2nd British Empire Games in London, Participation medal 'British Empire Games of 1938/London/1934', bronze, 44mm diameter, in original presentation case by F. Phillips, medallist, Aldershot. Very attractive and scarce

1934 2nd British Empire Games in London, bronze winner's medal 'British Empire Games/England/1934', engraved on reverse 'Lawn Bowling, pair, 3rd', 50mm diameter, in original presentation case. Very attractive and scarce

1911 Festival of Empire - Inter-Empire sports (regarded as a forerunner of the Empire Games), Participation medal 'Festival of Empire/ Inter-Empire sports 1911', engraved on reverse 'Souvenir Presented to J.C. Hurd A.S.A., Inter Empire sports Committee', s

Olympics group: 1904 Entry Tickets for Days 132 and 186 of the St.Louis world's Fair (which included 1904 Olympic Games) ; books 'Olympische Winterspiele 1952' and 'Olympische Spiele Helsinki 1952', published by Kosmos Zigarettenbilder (Memmingen, 1952); p

1934 2nd British Empire Games in London, official badge for competitor, with bar on top labelled 'Competitor', red, white and blue ribbon, and medal below 'British Empire Games 1934', made by F.Phillips, Aldershot. Some wear to ribbon. Also enamel badge 'C

1934 2nd British Empire Games in London: Participation medal 'British Empire Games/England/1934', ex Sam Weaver of Wales bronze medallist in the Lawn bowls pairs, in original presentation case. Together with his Welsh blazer; programme 'British Empire Game

1934 2nd British Empire Games in London: postcard 'Orient line S.S.Ormonde, 15000 Tons' signed to front by 1934 Australian British Empire Games team, 16 signatures including Jack Metcalfe, Clare Dennis, Dunc Gray, Horrie Pethybridge & Millicent Watson.

1956 Melbourne Olympics biscuit tin by M.A.Craven & Son Ltd (UK) ; rugby collectables with 'All Blacks souvenir - New Zealand 's Rugby Players' by J.C.Rich (London, 1935); programmes (5 with a few signatures) ; 1950s Tour Guides (2) ; 1978 Boxing-dinner ev

1934 2nd British Empire Games in London, official badge for competitor, with bar on top labelled 'Competitor', red, white & blue ribbon, and medal below 'British Empire Games 1934', made by F.Phillips, Aldershot. Some wear to ribbon. Also enamel badge 'Can

1934 2nd British Empire Games in London: rare programme British Empire Games Federation, Bowling section; farewell booklet British Empire Games 1934 with farewell messages from H.M.the King and H.R.H.the Prince of Wales; Welsh tie; plus blazer pocket embro

1934 2nd British Empire Games in London, official badge for competitor, with bar on top labelled competitor, red, white and blue ribbon, and medal below British Empire Games 1934, made by F.Phillips, Aldershot. Some wear to ribbon. Also enamel badge Canadi

Programmes for Athletics (3) ; plus Tickets, 'XIVth Olympiad/London 1948', for Athletics (5), in original 'Series Tickets' folder. Good/fine condition. (9 items)

Tickets, 'XIVth Olympiad/London 1948', for opening Ceremony, Athletics (3), Fencing, Hockey, swimming (3), Wrestling & Closing Ceremony. Fine condition. (11 items)

1948 London, XIV Summer Olympics: File containing reports 'XIVth Olympiad London 1948 - report by John Gardner (London) limited Who were Responsible for competitor Catering at RAF station, Uxbridge' (x 4 reports, each 9pp) ; plus 21pp report 'Olympic Games

'Olympic Games London 1948 Official Souvenir'; 'Games of the XXI Olympiad, Montreal 1976, Athletics'; 'Seoul Olympics, Official Guide and Souvenir Program to the Xxivth Olympiad'. (3 items)

1934 2nd British Empire Games in London, official badge for games official, with bar on top labelled 'Official', red, white & blue ribbon, and medal below 'British Empire Games 1934', made by F.Phillips, Aldershot. Some wear to ribbon. Scarce.

1934 2nd British Empire Games in London, Participation medal 'British Empire Games of 1938/London/1934', bronze, 45mm diameter, in original presentation case by F. Phillips, medallist, Aldershot. Very attractive and scarce

1934 2nd British Empire Games in London, bronze winner's medal 'British Empire Games/England/1934', not engraved on reverse

Sport Collectables: Programmes (14) including 1960 'World Championship Tennis' (includes Lew Hoad & Ken Rosewall) ; 1958 British Empire & Commonwealth Games; football (Soccer - 2) 1984 Forest v Australia & 1992 Sheffield United v NZ; 1953-83 athletics prog

1934 2nd British Empire Games in London: Welsh Team official's blazer, red with white breast pocket embroidered with Welsh dragon & 'B.E.G. 1934', made by E.Roberts Ltd, Cardiff, with name tag 'A.E.Williams'.

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