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Vfa: 1938 Victorian football Association membership badge, numbered '121' on reverse.

Vfa: 1932 Victorian football Association membership badge, numbered '101' on reverse, made by Bentley.

Vfa: 1931 Victorian football Association membership badge, numbered '38' on reverse, made by Bentley.

Vfa: 1928 Victorian football Association membership badge, numbered '109' on reverse, made by Bentley.

Vfa: Victorian Football Association membership badges, complete run from 1959 to 1984. Mainly G/VG.

Vfa: 1922 Victorian Football Association membership badge, No. 141. G/VG.

c1961-2013 'Football Records', noted Grand Finals (54) including 1966 St.Kilda v Collingwood, also few SANFL (2), WAFL (2) && Vfa (15);also noted 1948 Queensland v New South Wales, 1946 Camberwell v Williamstown at Launceston (players include Albert Collie

Vfa: Victorian Football Association membership badges for 1946, 1947, 1948, 1949, 1950 && 1952;plus Vfa 2nd Eighteen with No.16. Mainly G/VG

Football Team Photographs: 1907 team photo with football marked 'Efc 1907' (the Association Essendon team sometimes called Essendon Town and nicknamed the Dreadnoughts. They lasted from 1900 to 1921, played at Windy Hill and won premierships in 1911 and 19

1901 Port Melbourne VFA Premiership Medal, 9ct gold medal decorated with football & pennants, with text 'Premiers 1901/ Vfa/ Port Melbourne', engraved on reverse, 'Bromley'. Also Victorian Football League lapel badge, made by K.G.Luke. (2 items)

1964-96 'Football Record's (25) including 1964 Preliminary Final & 1964 Grand Final - Melbourne v Collingwood; Vfa 'Football Recorder' (12)

South Melbourne - 1888 VFA Premiers Cap, blue & yellow with wire embroidered 'Premiers, 1888', some wear to inside lining, otherwise VG condition. 1888 was South Melbourne's 3rd VFA Premiership.

VFA: Victorian Football Association membership badges for 1957, 1958, 1960, 1961, 1962 (2), 1963 (2), 1964, 1969, 1970, 1973, 1977, 1978 & 1979. Scarce run.

1922 'The Footballer' (Under the Official Patronage of the Geelong Cricket and Football Club, and the Geelong Association Football Club), Vol.1 No.2 Friday May 5th 1922. Includes results, news and other information on football in the VFL (with a focus on G

'Sport' Newspaper: 1911 edition of 'Sport' newspaper. This was a weekly newspaper that appeared from 1908 until around World War I. Despite the paper's title, its major focus was football - indeed that's all this edition from 7 July 1911 covers (the newspa

Football Memorabilia, noted VFL embroidered jacket pocket; VFL tie pin; VFA membership badges for 1946, 1973 & 1978; 1938 Brunswick Fc good-will dinner menu; Bank of NSW Collingwood football money-box; 1974 North Melbourne reserves annual report; invitatio

VFA: 1932 Victorian Football Association membership badge, numbered '113' on reverse

St.Kilda: Extraordinary c1886-91 photograph album/scrapbook compiled by Arthur Stooke, secretary of the St.Kilda Football Club, and Hon. Treasurer of the Victorian Football Association. Battered album with initials 'A.S.' on cover, containing range of pres

1922 Footscray Football Club 'Player Postcard Series' (1/20 known) - Con McCarthy, Capt.& Coach. G/VG condition. Rarity 10. John Cornelius McCarthy (born 10 Feb.1893, date of death unknown) was a footballer who played with Collingwood and Footscray in the

Football Collectables, noted matchboxes, eye patches, Tac cards, playing cards, high/low cards, postcards, gift cards, maxicards, cloth eye patches, VFA & Queensland sew-on patches, programmes for 1977 Truth footy Olympics & 1986 Sunday match Geelong v Haw

Essendon: 1893 Member's Season Ticket, black leather cover with red stripe & gilt 'Essendon' on front, and Footballer & 'Season 1893' on reverse, with 10 tickets inside. Good condition. Extremely rare. Essendon was undefeated in the 1893 season, winning th

1913 Fitzroy Premiership Medal, solid 15ct gold medal with footballer on front, engraved on reverse, 'V.F.L. Premiers 1913. Fitzroy F.C. Pres By A.Mccracken Esq Pres. to G.Shaw'. Excellent condition. Very attractive and rare. George Yorky Shaw played 117 g

Itineraries: 1946 Victoria v South Aust (signed by 10 officials on reverse); 1950 Australian National Football Carnival in Brisbane; 1952 Victoria v South Australia; plus 'Souvenir Itinerary, Commemorating the Visit of the Victorian Football Association to

Geelong Association: 1925 Member's Season Ticket, with fixture list & hole punched for each game attended. Fair/G condition. (Geelong Association played in the VFA 1922-27)

VFA: 1924 Victorian Football Association membership badge, numbered '91' on reverse

VFA: 1923 Victorian Football Association membership badge, numbered '170' on reverse

VFA: 1922 Victorian Football Association membership badge, numbered '83' on reverse

State of Origin Matches: 1950-2007 programmes with 1950 'All-Australian Football Championship - 1st & 2nd Editions; 1953 'Australian Football Championship'; 'Championships '69' (2); 1975 Championships (2); 'Football Record' (2); 'South Australian Football

1951 Argus badges 'VFL Club Captains' (1/12 + 1 spare) - Bill Hutchison (Essendon); plus 'VFA Club Captains' (7/14) - Bill Deans (Northcote), Tom Eldridge (Yarraville), Arthur Mihan (Box Hill), Ray Priestly (Brunswick), Reg Ryan (Preston), Jarvis Stokes (M

1950-51 Argus badges 'VFL Club Mascots' (2/12 + spare); 'VFA Club Mascots (1/14); 'VFL Club Captains' (3/12 + spare); 'VFA Club Captains' (1/12); plus an unidentified Geelong badge. Fair/Vg. (10 items)

1950 Argus badges 'VFA Club Captains', part original set (6/12) - Archie Baxter (Oakleigh), Pat Bourke (Sandringham), Jim Cleary (Port Melbourne), Adrian Dullard (Williamstown), Harry Equid (Coburg) & Pat Walsh (Prahran). G/Vg

1950-51 Argus badges 'VFA Club Mascots' (8/14) - Box Hill, Camberwell, Coburg, Moorabbin, Oakleigh, Port Melbourne, Williamstown & Yarraville. G/Vg

1966 'Australian Football Championships', programmes - 16th June (WA v Tasmania & SA v VFA); 18th June (South Aust v Tasmania & VFL v WA). Fair/Good condition. (2 items)

1922 'The Footballer' (Under the Official Patronage of the Geelong District Cricket and Football Club), Vol.1 No.15 Friday August 4th 1922. With details of VFL Geelong v Richmond; and short lived VFA team - Geelong v North Melbourne. Extremely rare. Fair/

VFA Annual Reports: Collection in album 1933-90, including Preston (19), Sandringham (1), Williamstown (7) & Yarraville (21). Fair/VG condition. (Total 48)

1966 'Australian Football Championships', programmes - opening day (WA v VFA and Tasmania v VFL); 13th June (VFL v VFA and SA v WA); 16th June (x2 - WA v Tasmania and SA v VFA); 18th June (South Aust v Tasmania and VFL v WA). G/VG condition. (5 items)

1920 Footscray Premiership medal, solid 9ct gold medal with 'VFA' in centre, with text 'Premiers 1920/ Footscray', engraved on reverse, 'F.Fitzgibbon'. Excellent condition. Very attractive and rare. Also a sterling silver fob medal with monogrram 'Eh'. (2

1919 Footscray Premiership medal, solid 9ct gold medal with 'VFA' in centre, surrounded by text '1919/ Premiers/ Footscray', engraved on reverse, 'F.Fitzgibbon'. Excellent condition. Beautiful medal, Maltese cross shaped, with footballs at sides and base.

1893 Season: complete pages from 'The Argus' newspaper (45 pages), with reports of football throughout the season. (Essendon's 3rd VFA Premiership).

1895 VFA Premiership football presented to Fitzroy Captain Tom Banks, brown leather ball indistinctly stamped 'Match', laces partly perished, with silver metal plaque inscribed 'Victorian Football Association/First Premiership Pennant/Won By, The/Fitzroy F

Badges: Membership badges - VFA (8) for 1955, 1957, 1959, 1962, 1963, 1969, 1976 and 1977 Centenary year; other badges (5) - East Fremantle 1956, Subiaco 1956, swan Districts 1956, Rosebery 1965 and Pooraka 1971; Fitzroy group (3) with 1917 Application for

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