Collection of vintage Commemorative Olympic, Commonwealth Games & other medallions. 12 in total Property of the late David McKenzie (1936 – 81) an Australian fencer. Competing at the 1956, 1960 and 1964 Summer Olympics. International Olympic Comm
Collection of 20 Men's Fencing medallions circa 1950s-60s, Australian, State & Regional awards won by Mr David McKenzie (1936 – 81) an Australian fencer. Competing at the 1956, 1960 and 1964 Summer Olympics. International Olympic Committee me
1936 Australian Olympic Team: Postcard of S.S.'Mongolia' signed by the entire Australian team of 34 athletes & 5 officials, with complete list of the team & their achievements. Includes the only medal winner from these Games, Jack Metcalfe
1916 Berlin, VI Summer Olympics (Cancelled), 'Ausn. Olympic Games Fund/ VI' medallion in gilt and enamel (22mm), made by W. Kerr, numbered '77'. Ex William Alexander, manager of Australasia's (Australia & NZ combined) Athletics team at 1912 Stockholm Olymp
1936 Berlin, XI Summer Olympics: Leni Riefenstahl 16mm film: two reels of the 1936 Olympic Games in Berlin. The film is black and white and features sports commentary in German and natural crowd sound. Runs for 45 minutes. The film is in excellent conditio
1936 Berlin, XI Summer Olympics: 1936 Olympic Torch (first Olympic Torch), made from steel by Krupp, designed by Carl Diem, comprising shaft with handguard, 27 cm tall. Legend around top ' Als Dank Dem Trager / Organisations- Komitee Fur Die XI. Olympiade
Tony Rafty (b.1915) stars of the 1952 Olympic Games, Helsinki (12), including: Shirley Strickland 1948/1952, track; Marjorie Jackson 1952 100 & 200 mtrs Doug Laing 1952/1956, waterpolo; Edwin Carr 1952 400m; Les Perry 1952, Track; G Williamson, 19521956, r
Jesse Owens (1913-80, American track and field athlete, who achieved international fame by winning four gold medals at the 1936 Berlin Olympics), display with picture 'Jesse Owens - dark lightning' signed & endorsed below by Jesse Owens, framed & glazed, o
1936 Berlin, XI Summer Olympics: 'Australian National Championships, Victorian Section and Centenary Swimming Events. Itinerary. 19th January to 28th January 1935', signed on front cover by the two visiting swimmers - including Japan's Masaji Kiyokawa (gol
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
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.
1930 1st British Empire Games in Hamilton, Participation medal 'British Empire Games Hamilton/Canada/1930', bronze and enamel, oval shaped, 39 x 50mm. Very attractive and scarce. Ex Harry Brittain Fry, a Canadian rower who won bronze in 1930, and also rowe
Jesse Owens (1913-80, American track and field athlete, who achieved international fame by winning four gold medals at the 1936 Berlin Olympics), group with signature on piece; together with 1932 Olympics pennant, German Nazi postcard and pictures collecte
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
Jesse Owens (1913-80, American track and feld athlete, who achieved international fame by winning 4 gold medals at the 1936 Berlin Olympics), group with signature on piece; together with 1932 Olympics pennant, German Nazpostcard and pictures collected for
Olympics group: photograph of 1932 British Olympic Team (12 x 17 cm) ; 1932 British team booklet; 1932 ticket for Rowing; 1932 postcard; 1936 silk handkerchief (40 x 40 cm) ; books - 'XI Olympiade Berlin 1936 Unterkunftsbestellung' published by official bu
Jesse Owens (1913-80, American track and field athlete, who achieved international fame by winning four gold medals at the 1936 Berlin Olympics), display comprising superb signature on piece, window mounted with action picture from 1936 Olympics, and anoth
1938 3rd British Empire Games in Sydney, Participation medal 'British Empire Games of 1938/Sydney/Australia', bronze, rectangular shape with mitred corners, 63 x 75mm, engraved on reverse 'Jean Gilbert'. (Jean Gilbert from Jersey competed for England in th
1938 3rd British Empire Games in Sydney, official badge for competitor, with 'British Empire Games 1938' on front, numbered '260' on reverse, missing ribbon. (ex Jean Gilbert from Jersey, who competed for England in the 10m platform diving. She came 7th in
1936 Berlin, XI Summer Olympics: 'Olympia Zeitung - Offizielles Organ Der XI Olympischen Spiele 1936 in Berlin', complete set of Olympic Games newspapers, numbers 1-30 (21 July-19 Aug.1936) (Berlin, 1936), bound together in cloth binder
An extensive photo album, DVD of Photos and Scrapbook belonging to New Zealand er Richard George Hampton (b. 1906). Richard worked for internal Affairs and as a consequence travelled extensively. He attended the 1936 Berlin Olympics where he obtained Jack
Official report: 'The XIth Olympic Games Berlin, 1936, official report' in two volumes, published by Organisationskomitee fur Deix I Olympiade Berlin 1936 (Berin, 1937), scarce English edition, 1224pp, ex Stalag XVIIAA POW Camp (handstamps on title pages).
1936 Berlin Olympics: Itinerary booklet Visit of Amateur football Team representing Great Britain to the Olympic Games. To be played at, the Olympic Stadium, Berlin, and on Grounds of Berlin clubs, 2nd to 15th August, 1936. Very rare
Jesse Owens (1913-80, American track and field athlete, who achieved international fame by winning four gold medals at the 1936 Berlin Olympics), signature as Guest of Honour on menu for presentation banquet of the Victorian sports star Awards 1975, with 2
1938 3rd British Empire Games in Sydney, official badge for competitor, with British Empire Games 1938 on front, numbered 260 on reverse, missing ribbon. (ex Jean Gilbert from Jersey who competed for England in the 10m platform diving. She came 7th in this
1938 3rd British Empire Games in Sydney, Participation medal British Empire Games of 1938/Sydney/Australia, bronze, rectangular shape with mitred corners, 63 x 7.5 cm, engraved on reverse Jean Gilbert. (Jean Gilbert from Jersey competed for England in the
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
1936 Berlin, XI Summer Olympics: small booklet 'XI.Olympiade Berlin 1936', corner mounted with six pieces containing autographs of participants - Tilly Fleisher (Germany, gold medal in javelin) ; Ibolya Csak (Hungary, gold medal high jump) ; Heinrich Peter
1936 Berlin, XI Summer Olympics: 1936 Official Badge For Athletics Competitor, badge showing Olympic rings over Brandenburg Gate, numbered '7888', and orange ribbon printed 'Leicht-Athletik', with handwritten initials 'M.F.'.
Football Collectables: 1925 Gallaher 'Famous Footballers' (green back), complete set (100); 1962 FIFA World Cup in Chile - group of rare tickets (9) ; book '90 Anos De Futbol Argentino Y Mundial, 1867 a 1957' by Bisi (Argentina, 1957); 'El Grafico' sports
1930 international Olympic Congress in Berlin: large bronze medal, oval shaped, 96 x 90mm, showing on front Olympic rings & 'Citius, Altus, Fortus'; and on reverse Brandenburg gate & 'Internationaler Olympischer Kong ress/ Berlin 1930'; in original present
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