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Two tickets to the opening of the Sydney harbour bridge 1932

Sydney Harbour Bridge: Certificate from the Executive Committee for the Sydney Harbour Bridge Celebrations signed by the Chairman of the Committee and the Lord Mayor of Sydney, Samuel Walder, dated 19 March 1932, 31.5 x 21.5 cms. (faults, but no losses)

Sydney Harbour Bridge. A collection of Sydney Harbour Bridge items, Photographic postcards or similar sized photographs of the building of the Sydney Harbour Bridge 1929 - 1932, (9 items)

A 1932 Proud sterling silver napkin ring, commemorating the opening of the Sydney harbour bridge 40g

Rare hand coloured engraving of a early 1913 concept for the Sydney Harbour Bridge, for the Public Works Committee signed L Davis, in the original oak frame, approx 8 cm x 32 cm

1932 Sydney harbour bridge Crossing certificate. Souvenir certificate issued by bridge Walkers Co. Masters Ted & John Williams. 28 x 37 cm

Pair pressed glass harbour bridge commemorative dishes. Issued for opening of Sydney harbour bridge 1932. Height 8 cm (each)

A commemorative section of cable from the Sydney Harbour bridge. Mounted on brass plinth in the form of a desk weight and inscribed 'Supplied by Thos & Wm Smith Ltd for the new Sydney Harbour Bridge 1925, Weight of Rope 2200 tons', 9.4 cm diameter

Sydney Harbour Bridge 1923 Souvenir booklet 'Ceremony of Turning the First Sod of the Northern Railway Approach at the Site North Sydney Station', 25 cm x 18.5 cm

Four commemorative Sydney Harbour Bridge items, comprising of two miniature cups with saucers, miniature teapot & sugar bowl, teapot retains Allen's Sweets paper label to base

Two Sydney harbour bridge souvenirs. Pressed glass jam dish; and c.1932 celluloid standee, 'View From Lavender Bay.'

A 1932 Sydney Harbour Bridge commemoration scroll. 'The Spirit of Achievement'. 79 x 48 cm

A Royal Australian mint 2007 75th Anniversary of the Sydney harbour bridge $5 silver proof coin (3) with Perth mint 2001 silver Millennium coin and Centenary of Federation Holey dollar and dump

Anna Studio 'Sydney Harbour Bridge' charger, 30 cm diameter

2000 Paralympics Bronze Medal, designed by Stuart Devlin, 70mm diameter, front featuring Opera House & Sydney Harbour Bridge, reverse featuring Paralympics logo. Presented to Sue-Ellen Lovett, Director of Sydney Paralympic Organising Committee, and a compe

2000 Paralympics Silver Medal, designed by Stuart Devlin, 70mm diameter, front featuring Opera House & Sydney Harbour Bridge, reverse featuring Paralympics logo. Presented to Sue-Ellen Lovett, Director of Sydney Paralympic Organising Committee, and a compe

2000 Sydney Olympics: 2000 Paralympics Gold Medal, designed by Stuart Devlin, 70mm diameter, front featuring Opera House & Sydney Harbour Bridge, reverse featuring Paralympics logo. Presented to Sue-Ellen Lovett, Director of Sydney Paralympic Organising Co

A Sydney Harbour bridge commemorative jug 13 cm high

Sydney Harbour bridge commemorative cake trowel, plated silver, Bakelite type handle, moulded design of Shb and dated 1936. Length 23 cm

Australian glass, commemorating, the opening of the Sydney Harbour bridge 1932

Sydney Harbour Bridge rare photo album of 120 original photographs showing the construction from c1928 to c1931

Sydney Harbour bridge arch supporting Cable paperweight stamped August 1930

Ceramic Sydney Harbour bridge vase slip cast in the form of the harbour bridge yellow ground. Width 26 cm

An English ceramic Sydney Harbour bridge vase slip cast in the form of the harbour bridge moulded with a kangaroo emu and boats on the harbour incised made in England. Width 21 cm

Ephemera: c1932 Sydney Harbour bridge booklet 'Absley Sunday school, bridge of Shillings' containing four Cinderella stamps; c1914 'The Southern cross autograph and View album' (cover faults) with c80 signatures of no consequence, though nice views of Vict

Travel poster 'Australia, Pan Am', showing scene with opera house (under construction) and Sydney Harbour bridge, printed in USA, colour process lithograph, overall 71 x 107 cm

'Sydney Harbour bridge souvenir, Ceremony of Turning the first Sod of the Northern Railway Approach at the Site of north Sydney station, 28 July 1923'. 20pp, fully illustrated.

A good depression work lozenge shaped rug, woven in wool with the Sydney Harbour bridge, ferry boats bi-planes and Australian flora

Sheet music: 'Colonel Campbell - Mister Lang' sheet music composed by John Quinlan, published by Jack O'Hagan, dated in ink to front: July 1932. Banned by the NSW Government on publication as the lyrics lampoon the fact that new Guardsmen de Groot and Eric

The opening of the Sydney Harbour bridge: Charles Kingsford Smith, Australia's most famous aviator flew a party of politicians, engineers and officials over the bridge on opening day. A Samuel wood real photo postcard of the bridge (titled: north Shore bri

'Sydney Harbour bridge official souvenir & Programme', the Mayor of north Sydney's commemorative, multi-signed book. Full black leather, scuffed edges and spine; gold blocked titles and drawing of the completed bridge, with 'Opening date 19th March 1932 /

Photographer unknown, Sydney Harbour bridge, Joining of the arches 1930 silver gelatin photograph 40 x 50 cm

Historic naval Documents and photographs - Ebrey Family with photos of World War II New Zealand naval service. John Alfred Ebrey - born Kent, UK, 1890. Enlisted in the Royal Navy in June 1910 and saw service during World War I, including Gallipoli where he

1938 Australian Tour of England: Orient line souvenir brochure 'Australian XI - English Tour 1938, Orient Line R.M.S. 'Orontes' 20,000 Tons'; plus tourist souvenir painting of 'Orontes' with Sydney Harbour bridge. (2 items)

Pokerwork tray featuring Sydney Harbour Bridge, waratahs, flannel flowers, etc

Sydney Harbour Bridge souvenir clear glass dish. Length 14 cm

Brownie Downing wall plate, featuring a piccaninny showing Sydney Harbour Bridge to a koala and a wallaby

1932 Sydney Harbour Bridge Official Souvenir and Programme of the Opening. Published by Government printer, 180 pages, cover shabby. 28 x 17 cm

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