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Australia's World Champions: Cycling shirt with 11 signatures including Sid Patterson, Gary Neiwand, Danny Clark, Martin Vinnicombe, Stephen Pate & Gary Sutton, window mounted, framed & glazed, overall 60 x 71 cm

Jim Coyle Cycling Collection: c1946-88 collection of Australian Veteran Cycling Champion Jim Coyle, noted trophies (7), medals (9), sashes (19), badges (2), cycling shirts (5), scrapbook of press clippings, programmes (33), photographs (153) & ephemera (25

Cycling trophies from the 1930s predominantly won by 'R.Goodwin'. Nice art deco style in particular (2) handsome covered cups measuring 52 cm each. Also includes a silky oak box with silver presentation plaque. Good condition (8 items)

Cadel Evans, display with signature on 'Tour Down Under' cycling jersey, window mounted with four photographs of his Tour de France victory, framed & glazed, overall 88 x 108 cm

1888 Goodwin & Co. (USA) 'Champions' printed sports card album (exchanged for coupons). A pictorial booklet of embossed sporting cards. Includes baseball, rowing, billiards, tennis, boxing, cycling & Buffalo Bill among others. Once one had collected a comp

'Redfern Bicycle Club President's Cup', a silver plate two handled lidded trophy, the cover with a standing cyclist holding a penny farthing and engraved 'First Prize, Presented By W. Stephen Esq MLA 50 Miles Road Race Won By A.Allen 24.8.82, Time 4Hrs.52M

Cycling Medal, 9ct gold fob/medal with 'Manly Bicycle Club, 1912' & initials 'MMcM' on front, engraved on reverse 'M.B.C., 10 mile 1st, 20 mile 2nd, 20 mile C'ship 2nd, Won By, Michael McMahon'. Weight 10.00 grams.

Cycling: c1934 'Malvern Star' brochure, featuring Hubert Opperman, Ern Milliken & R.W.Lamb

Sport Ephemera, noted 1907 programme 'The South London Harriers, Programme of the spring Athletic and Cycling Meeting, Held at Kennington Oval'; programme for 1912 international horse show; 1932 programme 'Track and Field Championships of NSW'; '1958 Wales

Jersey and two Sashes Won by 1920s Victorian cycling Champion Ernie Lindsay, two pale blue watered silk sashes with silver metal brocade trim, one with metal 'Vacu' medallion in the form of a winged wheel and inscription 'Vacu Worlds Record Established By

A mid 20th century framed tooths sheafs stout advertising mirror of cycling interest

Cycling medals/badges: enamel medal/badges, comprising 1931 V.A.C.U, century Run; 1932 Colac - Melbourne Road Race; 1936 Colac - Melbourne Road Race; 1937 Peninsula Tour; 1939 Colac - Melbourne Road Race.

1949 Melbourne - Warrnambool Road Race: enamel medal/badge with on front '1949/ 165 Miles/ Healing/ Melbourne - Warrnambool', and numbered on reverse '31'

1948 Melbourne - Warrnambool Road Race: enamel medal/badge with on front 'Melbourne to Warrnambool/ Healing/ 165 Miles/ Road Race/ 1948', and numbered on reverse '36'

1938 Colac - Melbourne Road Race: enamel medal/badge with on front 'Hartley/ Colac to Melbourne/ Road Race/ 1938'

1938 Melbourne - Shepparton Road Race: enamel medal/badge with on front 'V.A.C.U./ 3sr/ Centenary Cycle Race/ Melbourne - Shepparton/ 1938'

1938 Melbourne - Warrnambool Road Race: enamel medal/badge with on front '165 Miles/ 1938/ Healing/ Melbourne - Warrnambool'

1937 Melbourne - Shepparton Road Race: enamel medal/badge with on front '1937/ 3SR/ V.A.C.U./ Melbourne to Shepparton 106 Mls'

1935 Colac - Melbourne Road Race: enamel medal/badge with on front 'Colac - Melbourne Road Race/ 1935/ Vacu'

1934 Melbourne - Castlemaine Road Race: enamel medal/badge with on front '1934 Centenary/ Melbourne to Castlemaine/ Preston star/ Road Race/ 72 Miles'

1934 Colac - Melbourne Road Race: enamel medal/badge with on front '100 Miles/ Colac to Melbourne/ 1934/ Preston star/ Centenary Road Race'

1933 Colac - Melbourne Road Race: enamel medal/badge with on front 'Dunlop/ Road Race', with on reverse 'Time medallion, 1933, Amateur 100, Colac - Melbourne/ N. Langley/ 4h 14m 14s'

1933 Melbourne - Castlemaine Road Race: enamel medal/badge with on front 'Melbourne to Castlemaine/ Road Cycle Race/ Malvern Star', and engraved on reverse 'C. Langley/1.7.33'

1932 Melbourne - Castlemaine Road Race: enamel medal/badge with on front 'Melbourne to Castlemaine/ Road Cycle Race/ Malvern Star', and engraved on reverse 'W. Langley/2.7.32'

1932 cycling fob: 9ct gold fob, with cyclist on front, engraved on reverse 'M.A.C.C./ 2nd Prize.10 Mile/ Junior Road Championship/ 1932/ D. Sherlock/ Time 27m 12s'

9ct gold cycling fob with a bue enamel cyclist on the front and engraved on the reverse with 'V.A.C.U., 25 Mile, Victoria Road Championship, 3rd Prize, D.H.Sherlock, 1932, Time 1hr. 3min.'

Official badge for cycling competitor, maroon enamel border, bronze background, and green ribbon printed 'Cycling', numbered '5666' on reverse. Ex Tony Marchant, gold medallist in 2000m Tandem

1924 Melbourne - Warrnambool Road Race: Enamel medal/badge with on front 'Dunlop Road Race/ (Australian Certificate of Authenticity-Of-Arms)', with on reverse 'Warrnambool - Melbourne Time Medallion/ 1924/ Won by E. Bainbridge/ 7 Hrs/ 15 Mns/ 39 Sds'.

1923 Melbourne - Warrnambool Road Race: Enamel medal/badge with on front 'Dunlop Road Race/ 1923', with on reverse 'Warrnambool - Melbourne/ Time Medallion/ Won by E. Bainbridge/ 7 Hrs/ 51 Mns/ Sds'.

1922 Melbourne - Warrnambool Road Race: Enamel medal/badge with on front '1922/ Dunlop Road Race/ Warrnambool - Melbourne', and engraved on reverse 'E. Bainbridge/ 9H. 5M

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