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Surfboard: Tom Blake Paddle Board, 1946. By the Catalina Equipment Company of Los Angeles. Tom Blake was a forerunner of surfing design and is credited with being the first person to put fins on surf boards. A champion athlete he was a fine surfer, swimmer

Athletics Medal, 15ct gold fob/medal, shamrock-shaped, decorated with Irish cross, harp & Australian Coat-of-Arms, engraved on reverse 'Ufs Hcp, Muswellbrook, 9.6.15, Won By, U.V.Ell'. Some wear. Weight 7.11 grams

Athletics Medal, 15ct gold fob/medal, engraved on reverse '1st. Hammer Throwing & Shot Putting, Won By, A.Walker, Nov.1900'. Weight 8.69 grams

Suzanne Lenglen (31 Championship titles between 1914 and 1926 including Wimbledon (6 - 1919-23 and 1925) and French open (1925 and 1926). She also won the singles and mixed doubles at the 1920 Olympics), display with superb signature on piece, mounted with

'Lahore' Eastern Pakistan genuine hand-knotted runner, 435 x 122 cm

A hand-knotted Turkish runner, with ten central medallion on a red ground and border decoration. Height 368 cm Width 94 cm

A hand-knotted runner with seven medallions on a cream ground. Length 390 cm Width 70 cm

A hand-knotted runner with central floral motif on a blue ground with red borders. Length 347 cm Width 70 cm

Programme: officials/Judges programme for Athletics on Tuesday 27th November, with thick card covers and blank pages inserted for writing notes. Fair/good condition

Athletics: Flyer 'H.A. McCabe, N.S.Wales' Premier athlete, Professional Champion runner of N.S.Wales 1911-2. Professional Champion Hurdler of N.S.Wales 1911-2. A Champion Allround jumper'; plus 1913 receipt for Entry fees for events; also 1920 letter from

1913 Queensland Walking Race Winners Cap, Sash and photo; from the Queensland Amateur Athletics Association three Mile Championship. Won by A.W. Pikard

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