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Four English sterling silver commemorative teaspoons, Birmingham 1901, Sheffield 1935, Birmingham 1936, London 1953, 29 grams

A pair of sterling silver Queen Victoria diamond Jubilee commemorative pepperettes, 1897 London, with makers' marks for James Garrard (Royal silversmith). Designed as hexagonal covered fonts in the Gothic manner and bearing the cypher of Queen Victoria 183

An Australian silver commemorative teaspoon for the opening of Parliament house Australia the finial is a kookaburra and the bowl is a 1927 Florin

A commemorative Australian teaspoon, retailed by W. Kerr Sydney, Chester 1906 featuring a map of Australia with a Southern cross finial

A commemorative Australasian Federation League sterling silver gilt enamelled teaspoon by Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1899

An Australian silver commemorative Americas cup teaspoon in original box, by Harris & Son.

A circular sterling silver vesta case, with applied figure of 'Turbo- Alternator' to front flip top, engraved commemorative inscription of the opening of Ultimo Powerhouse, (now the Powerhouse Museum) 1923 on back. Mark; 'H.H.H' for H.H.Halls, Wholesale Je

A Mont Blanc limited edition 100 year Anniversary edition pencil, 2006 Germany. The mechanical commemorative pencil, in the original box with the accompanying booklet and outer casing. Length 16 cm

A 1/300 gold plated model of Todaiji Buddhist temple, Made by Furukawa Casting co. Ltd, Showa period, commemorating the Expo 1970 in Osaka, 28.5 cm high. Provenance: NSW Private Collection

A fine pair of sterling silver commemorative goblets, 1975 London, with maker's marks for Jocelyn Burton, from a limited edition of 600, numbered 463 and 465, and made to commemorate the 300th anniversary of the laying of the foundation stone at St Paul's

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

A rare pair of Melbourne centenary plates depicting views in 1834 and 1934 by Adams, England. 25 cm diameter

A commemorative plate inscribed 'Lieut Grant discovery and naming Portland Bay Dec 5th 1800', manufactured by Adams. 25 cm diameter

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

A rare lustre jug and plate commemorating Melbourne Town Hall, early 20th century, manufactured Czechoslovakia.

A gold hunter pocket watch, circa 1888. Key wind. The case front engraved with the Australian coat of arms, commemorating the centenary of Settlement. Movement marked Australian. 18ct yellow gold. Diameter 42mm.

World War II commemorative chrome aeroplane ashtray engraved '1945, Australia, South Pacific, Philippe Is.'. 11 cm

Anzac Commemorative Medallion 1967, awarded to 1520 C. W. T. Flood.

A 19th century Crimea War commemorative paper clip, gilded and painted brass with crossed flags, wreaths, motto's to banners, etc.

A Royal Doulton commemorative loving cup 'Pottery in the Past'. Height 16 cm

Wood & Sons limited Sydney opera house commemorative plate together with accompanying booklet diameter 25 cm

A silver commemorative coin and gold medallion, the silver coin crafted in sterling, struck by Franklin Mint in 1977 to commemorate the first mother's day, designed by John Pinches, suspended by a paperclip link chain, along with an 18ct yellow gold medall

A moulded blue glass Australian centenary plate, circa 1888, 24.5 cm diameter

Three pieces of English porcelain commemorating the destruction of the 'Emden' by Captain John C. T. Glossop of H.M.A.S. Sydney, 1914

A William Adams & Sons Ltd Melbourne centenary jug, circa 1834, edition 9/200, 25 cm high. Note: This jug, made by William Adams & Sons Ltd, was one of a range of souvenirs produced in 1934-35 to commemorate the centenary of white settlement of Victoria. I

An Australian Federation commemorative beaker made by Royal Doulton, 1901, together with a similar restored beaker and an Advance Australia decorated jug, the beaker 10 cm high, the jug 12.5 cm high

Four pieces of commemorative porcelain, marking 'The Centenary of the Crossing of the Blue Mountains in May 1813', celebrated at Mount York, Mount Victoria, May 1913, the tea pot 12.5 cm

An unglazed pottery urn, Australian, by Liebentritt & Son Cumberland Pottery, near Enfield NSW, late 19th century, 34.5 cm high. Note: Paul Liebentritt, born in Austria on October 22 1807, arrived in Australia, from Germany, on 7 December 1857. He came to

Hallmarked sterling silver 1973 St Helena dish. Issued by Archive College of Australia, with certificate. Dish contains 25 pence St Helena commemorative coin inset. In presentation box. W82g (total)

Boxed set 10 hallmarked sterling silver QEII commemorative spoons. 'Queens beast' Ltd ed. #326/2000 issued 1972 by library of Imperial History. Certificate available. W332g (total spoons)

Boxed hallmarked sterling silver QEII commemorative Maidenhead spoon. London 1977, makers JBC. W34g

Rare James Watson & Co centenary whisky jug, dated 1915, with design registration number to base 623614, 28 cm high approx. Made by Shelley.

Bottle: 1971 Brown & Co Cabernet-Shiraz, commemorating the opening of the Sydney Opera House

Boxed set of eight sterling silver commemorative boxes 'The Guards Regiment'

Two pewter limited edition Royal commemorative plates.

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

'Newmans Celebration Chocolates' tins (2) commemorating Melbourne 1834-1934

Canon Camera Co. (Japan): Canon Elph Ixus (IX240) gold-plated limited edition presentation kit Sn 2889. Anniversary kit for Canon's 60th anniversary, camera and accessories in velvet-lined case with documentation.

A sterling silver British Empire commemorative plate, 1972 London, with maker's mark for Roberts & Dore, and engraved number 1362 from a limited edition of 1500, the John Spencer Churchill designed plate with an engraved image of Britannia and Queen Victor

1998 Presidents Cup: Commemorative putter hand crafted from Murray River Red Gum by Peter O'Leary, mounted on display board with caption, limited edition #355, overall 20 x 101 cm.