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Anthony Tupou, Kangaroos jersy with 20 signatures, window mounted with plaque 'Presented to West Newcastle, in recognition of Anthony Tupou representing the Australian rugby League, framed & glazed, overall 86 x 111 cm. Provenance: Sydney Roosters collecti

1959-60 Australian Kangaroos: Official team sheet 'Australian Rugby League Touring Team, 1959-1960', with 29 signatures including Keith Barnes (captain), Johnny Raper, Rex Mossop & Clive Churchill (coach). Folded, otherwise VG condition

Peter Burge's Blazer Pocket From 1911-12 Kangaroos Tour, embroidered with 'A' over silver fern & kangaroo. (Peter Harold Boyne Burge (1884-1956) was an Australian rugby footballer and coach. He represented his country in both rugby league and rugby union.

'Souvenir of the Australian Rugby League 'Kangaroos', World's Tour 1933-34' [Otley, 1933]. Fair/Good condition

1933-34 Australian Kangaroos, autograph page with 18 signatures including Frank McMillan (captain), Sid Pearce, Fred Laws, Ray Morris, Cliff Pearce & Ray Stehr

1932 Australian Kangaroos, autograph page with 16 pencil signatures including Herb Steinohrt, Frank McMillan, Sid Pearce, Fred Laws, Cliff Pearce & Ray Stehr.

1933-34 Australian Kangaroos: Postcard 'The 'Kangaroos' - Australian Team, 1933-4', with handwritten message on reverse by CliffPearce

1933-34 Australian Kangaroos, autograph pages (2) with 29 signatures including Frank McMillan (captain), Sid Pearce, Fred Laws, Vic Hey, Jack Why, CliffPearce, Fred Gilbert, & Ray Stehr

1924 Queensland Rugby League Jersey, maroon wool with embroidered Kangaroo, 'Q' & '1924' on left breast, and number '12' on reverse. Some staining on collar, though good condition for a jersey from this period. Believed to be ex Arthur Henderson (Qld 1923-

Johnny McGrath Kangaroos and Rabbitohs, three gold medallions 1911-1912. J J McGrath was one of the founding members of the South Sydney District Rugby League Football Club, est. 1908. The Second Kangaroos Australasian touring team included players from N.

2008 Australian Kangaroos, Australian Rugby League jumper with 25 signatures including Darren Lockyer, Billy Slater, Greg Inglis & Ricky Stuart (coach)

1933-34 Australian kangaroos: Menu 'Widnes R.F.C. Complimentary Dinner and Reception Given to Australian Touring Team 1933-34 at the Central Hotel Widnes', with 25 signatures on cover including Dave brown, Wally Prigg & Sid 'Joe' Pearce.

1959-60 Australian Kangaroos: Autograph page with 14 pencil signatures including Keith Barnes (captain), Johnny Raper, Reg Gasnier & Eddie Lumsden. Fair condition (some tape on edges)

1957 Australian Kangaroos (World Cup Champions): Autograph page with 15 signatures including Dick Poole (captaincoach), Brian Carlson, Keith Holman, Norm Provan & Harry Wells. Fair condition (tape stains to edges)

2010 Australian kangaroos, Australian Rugby League jumper with 25 signatures including Darren Lockyer, Greg bird, Darius Boyd, Todd Carney and Petero Civoniceva.

1952-53 Australian kangaroos: page from 'Wembley Stadium Distinguished Visitors book', titled 'Australian Rugby League tourist Team', with 28 signatures including Duncan hall, Brian Davies, Harry Crocker and Harry Wells.

1999 Australian kangaroos, Australian Rugby League jumper with 20 signatures including Brad Fittler (Captain), framed and glazed, overall 112 x 92 cm.

1948-49 Australian kangaroos, page from programme with c36 signatures including Clive Churchill, Bobby Lulham, Johnny Hawke & Wally O'Connell

1958 Australian kangaroos: autograph page with 16 signatures including Clive Churchill, Raper, Kelly, Irvine, Langlands, Lumsden, Simmons, Munn & Gasnier

Australian kangaroos Reunion 1955: autograph pages (2) with 20 signatures including Howard Hallett (1911), Piddings, Collinson, ball, Watkin (1921)Cowie, Richards (1921), Gibbs, Pearce, Clive Churchill, root, Blinkhorn, Solwell, Unley, Vest, Brogan, Ryan &

1958 Australian kangaroos: autograph page with 16 signatures including Clive Churchill, Raper, Kelly, Irvine, Langlands, Lumsden, Simmons, Munn and Gasnier

Australian kangaroos Reunion 1955: autograph pages (2) with 20 signatures including Howard Hallett, (1911), Piddings, Collinson, ball, Watkin, (1921)Cowie, Richards, (1921), Gibbs, Pearce, Clive Churchill, root, Blinkhorn, Solwell, Unley, Vest, Brogan, Rya

Andrew Johns: signature on Australian kangaroos jumper; plus signed copy of his book the two of Me by Johns and Cadigan (Sydney, 2007)s.

1948-49 Australian kangaroos: Programme 'Hull R.L.F.C. Versus Australians', with 13 signatures to centre pages, including Johnny Graves, Noel Mulligan and Wally O'Connell

1936 & 1978 Australian kangaroos: 1936 Australia v England action photograph, mounted on page with hand-painted title, 'The 1st test match', and players names, overall 32 x 25 cm; plus 1978 menu/Programme 'Anglo-American Sporting club (Manchester), Present

1933-34 Australian kangaroos: postcard 'The 'Kangaroos' - Australian Team, 1933-4', with 6 signatures on reverse including ray Stehr, Les Mead & Fred Gardner

Albert Arapeta 'Opai' Asher (1879-1965, played for both the New Zealand 'All Blacks' and Australasian 'Kangaroos'): blazer, Awarded black wool, with badge on left breast embroidered 'N.Z. Maoris 1908-09/ N.Z. 1910-13-14/ (kiwi)/N.Z. Rugby football League/

Cricket books (8) including 'Australian cricket - the game and the Players' by pollard (1982); 'The Ashes Captains' by Cotter (1989) & 'Trumper - the illustrated Biography' by Mallett (1985); set of 8 cassette tapes 'Bradman - the Don Declares'; Rugby Leag

1959-60 Australian Kangaroos: Official team sheet 'Australian Rugby League Touring Team, 1959-1960', with 29 signatures including Keith Barnes (captain), Johnny Raper, Rex Mossop and Clive Churchill (coach)

1952-53 Australian Kangaroos: Official team sheet 'Australian Rugby League Touring Team, 1952-1953', with 31 signatures including Clive Churchill (Captain), Keith Holman, Frank Stanmore & Harry Wells. Folded, otherwise Fair/good condition.

1948-49 Australian Kangaroos: Football-shaped dinner menu 'Balmain District Rugby League Football Club, Farewell Dinner and Dance, Tendered to Fred De Belin, Bob Lulham, Harold Matthews, Tom Prescott and Harry Thewis, Prior to Their Departure with The, Aus

Framed and glazed 1933-34 Australian Kangaroos Poster, 'L'Australienne 'Kangaroos Versus Angleterre, Stade Pershing, 31 Decembre', with a photograph of the Australian team, printed by William Walker & Sons

1933-34 Australian Kangaroos: Team photograph, with advertising at top, 'All Enthusiastic Users of Wardonia Razors and Blades', and at base title 'The 'Kangaroos' - Australian Team, 1933-34', and players names, overall 38 x 30 cm. Lower right corner of mou

1929-30 Australian Kangaroos: Dinner menu, 'The Rugby Football League, Patron: His Majesty the King, England v Australia at Hull, October 5th 1929', with attractive front cover, and list of England and Australian players on reverse.

H. H. 'Dally' Messenger, (1883-1959, rugby union and rugby league footballer, recognised as one of the latter game's greatest ever players, the 'Dally M. Medal' is awarded to Australian rugby league's best player each year in his honour): Postcard dated Ja

First Australian Kangaroos Tour to Britain 1908-09: 'The Australian Rugby Football League Tour of Great Britain 1908/9', four A3 pages of accounts - 'Statement of Receipts and Payments', 'Profit and Loss Account', 'List of Missing Vouchers' and 'Special Lo

Shield shaped green wool Australian Kangaroos badge embroidered with the Australian Coat of Arms and 'Rugby League, 1936'

Australian 'Kangaroos', Australian jersey for 1992 Rugby World cup, with 25 signatures including ricky Stuart, Paul Harragon and Tim Brasher; plus programme 'World Cup Final, Australia v Great Britain', and match-used 'Puma' football. (3 items)

1956-57 Australian kangaroos Tour to Britain: pennant 'Australian, Rugby League Board of Control, Tour - Great Britain - France 1956-57', 49 cm long, fine condition. Ex England official Jim Sullivan who toured Australia in 1924, 1928 & 1932 (the latter tou

1933-34 Australian Kangaroos world tour autograph page with thirty three signatures including Dave Brown, Wally Prigg and Sid 'Joe' Pearce

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