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Guy Martin A'Beckett Boyd, (1923-1988), portrait of the sculptor Andor Meszaros 1971-76, cast bronze on a timber plinth, signed to neck, Ht. 28 cm

1990 Collingwood Premiership Medal, front design of a footballer by Andor Meszaros (1900-72, who had also designed 1956 Melbourne Olympics medals), reverse shows players names in their positions surrounded by text 'Australian Football League/ Collingwood P

Andor Meszaros, Newcastle Hospital, blood for life,' medallion, 1948. Diameter 6 cm. By Stokes & Sons, Melbourne. Awarded to J pair of ott

Melbourne 1956 Olympics Participation medal. Bronze, designed by Andor Meszaros, minted by K.G. Luke, in plastic presentation case 6.3 cm diameter

1979 Carlton Premiership Medal, front design of a footballer by Andor Meszaros (1900-72), reverse engraved 'Presented by the Victorian Football League To A. Jesaulenko, Coach'. Together with perspex display stand engraved 'A.Jesaulenko (Coach)'. Alex Jesau

1979 Carlton Premiership Medal, front design of a footballer by Andor Meszaros (1900-72), reverse shows players names in their positions, surrounded by text 'Victorian Football League/Carlton: Premiers: 1979'. Together with perspex display stand engraved '

1970 Carlton Premiership Medal, front design of a footballer by Andor Meszaros (1900-72, who had also designed the 1956 Melbourne Olympic Games medals), reverse shows players names in their positions, surrounded by text 'Victorian Football League/ Carlton:

1968 Carlton Premiership Medal, front design of a footballer by Andor Meszaros (1900-72, who had also designed the 1956 Melbourne Olympic Games medals), reverse shows players names in their positions, surrounded by text 'Victorian Football League/ Carlton:

Korea campaign cupronickel War Widows badge by Andor Meszaros. Diameter 3 cm

Michael Meszaros, bronze circular medallion plaque of Andor Meszaros, profile portrait of the sculptors father. The Meszaros family have left an indelible stamp on Melbourne with their range of well known public works. Such work includes the 4 metre high b

1956 Melbourne Olympics Participation Medal, in bronze, designed by Andor Meszaros, minted by K.G. Luke in Melbourne, 6.3 cm diameter, in original circular plastic case, ex Ian Browne, Gold Medallist in 2000m Tandem Cycling.

1956 Melbourne Olympics Participation Medal, in bronze, designed by Andor Meszaros, minted by K.G. Luke in Melbourne, 6.3 cm diameter, in original circular plastic case, ex Tony Marchant, Gold Medallist in 2000m Tandem Cycling.

Andor Meszaros (1900-1972) A pair of important bronze plaques of merino sheep, Australian initialled AM, 41 cm x 40.5 cm. Provenance: Australian Wool Corporation, wool board House, Parkville. Andor Meszaros was president of the Victorian Sculptors Society

Guy Boyd (1923-1988) bronze portrait bust of the sculptor Andor Meszaros, (1900-1972), signed 'Guy Boyd', dated '1979' and numbered '3/6' on the black marble base

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