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John W.Kelly's IOC Olympic Participant's badge, Olympic rings badge, affixed to card 'Games of the Xviith Olympiad, 1960, Participant, 50512', in white presentation wallet with Olympic rings on front & name 'John.W.Kelly'. Together with Australian flag bad
2006 Torino, XX Winter Olympics: 2006 Torino Olympic Torch, blue techno-polymer-coated aluminium, 78 cm tall, used in the torch relay. Designed by Pininfarina (Fiat), made in Italy. The fire was lit in Olympia on November 27 2005, and arrived in Rome on De
Rome Olympic Swimming Team: Photograph 'Rome Olympic Team, Townsville 1960', signed by the four swimmers below - Murray Rose, Jon Henricks, John Devitt & John Konrads, window mounted, framed & glazed, overall 60 x 54 cm. Ex John Konrads collection
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
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
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 Olympics, bronze medal awarded to John Konrads for Third place in the 4 x 200 metres men's Freestyle Relay; with bronze metal wreath with the name of the sport 'Nuoto' (swimming) designed by Giuseppe Cassioli, minted by Artistice Fiorenti in Flor
1960 Rome Olympics, bronze medal awarded to John Konrads for Third place in the 400 metres Freestyle; with bronze metal wreath with name of sport 'Nuoto' (swimming) designed by Giuseppe Cassioli, minted by Artistice Fiorenti in Florence and in the original
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
1956 official report: 'The Official Report of the Organizing Committee For the Games of the XVI Olympiad Melbourne 1956', the defi nitive 760 page handbook with all the results and excellent photographs, with in front 'Presented to John Konrads By, the Uni
1900 Paris, II Summer Olympics: Frederick Lane (first Australian to represent his country in swimming at the Olympic Games, although he was actually a part of the British team when he competed at the 1900 Paris games and won two gold medals), nice signed l
John Konrads' Archive: Passport 1958-68; fan letters (many 100s) received by John and Ilsa from Australia and overseas; letters home (c50) ; tele grams, some re 1960 Olympics gold medal; Natal Chart and interpretation (26pp) ; letters re University of Sout
1960 Rome, XVII Summer Olympics: travel bag, red with white piping, printed on front 'Australian Olympic Team 1960/ a Jetfl Ight Passenger with Qantas, Australia's Round the World Airline'. Ex Warwick Selvey.
2000 Sydney Olympics: 2000 Olympic Torch, aluminium and stainless steel, curved, 78 cm tall, used in torch relay. Ex Australian Olympian Dr. Warwick Selvey (discus and shot put, 1960 and 1964 Olympics, one of only a handful of Olympians to run in both 1956
1964 Tokyo, XVIII Summer Olympics: Warwick Selvey's 1964 Tokyo Olympics blazer, green, with beautiful embroidered pocket '(Australian Coat-Of-Arms)/ (Olympic Rings)/Olympic Games 1964', made by David Lack of Melbourne, label endorsed 'W.P. Selvey'. Togethe
Badges: collection with 1956 Melbourne Olympics lapel badges (2 different) ; USA team badge; 1960 Olympics Poland team badge; 1954 Royal Visit; American red cross Volunteer; Sydney (2) ; Canberra (2) ; Lorne; NSW; South Australia (2) ; Victoria. (total 20)
1964 Tokyo, XVIII Summer Olympics: John Konrads 1964 Australian Olympics jumper (short sleeves), green with embroidered 'Australia/ (kangaroo) / Tokyo 1964/ (Olympic rings) ' badge on pocket. Ex Ross Edwards collection. (John Konrads won the 1500m freestyl
Ian Browne's IOC Olympic Participant's badge, Olympic Torch badge dated '1960', affixed to card 'Games of the XVIith Olympiad, 1960, Participant, 50229', in white presentation wallet with Olympic rings on front and name 'Ian Browne'
1960 Rome Participation medal, in bronze, designed by Professor Emilio Greco, minted by Bertoni in Milan, 55mm diameter, in original plastic case. EXIan Browne, competitor and defending champion in 2000m Tandem
1960 Rome, XVII Summer Olympics: 1959 poster, 'Giornata Olimpica, 1959', a strong poster created for the 'Olympic day' organised by the city of Rome to promote the games that would commence a year later, artwork by Nino Gregori showing the ancient torch be
1964 Tokyo, XVIII Summer Olympics: Ron Crawford's Australian 1964 Tokyo Olympics blazer, green nylon, with beautiful embroidered pocket '(Australian coat-of-arms)/ (Olympic rings)/Olympic Games 1964', made by David Lack of Melbourne, label endorsed 'Ronald
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
Ian Browne's IOC Olympic Participant's badges (3), Olympic Torch badges dated '1956', '1960' & '1964', each affixed to card - 'Games of the XVIth Olympiad, 1956, Participant, 53813', 'Games of the XVIith Olympiad, 1960, Participant, 50229' & 'Games of the
1960 Rome, XVII Summer Olympics: silver Second place Winners medal, 68mm diameter, with bronze metal wreath with name of sport 'Nuoto' (Swimming), and bronze chain of olive leaves (the medal was presented without chain to the winners of team events). Desig
1960 Rome, XVII Summer Olympics: 1960 Official Report: 'The Games of the XVII Olimpiad, Rome 1960, the Official Report of the Organizing Committee', rare Official Report in two volumes, published by the Organising Committee (Rome, 1962), 894pp & 1056pp, te
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