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A large collection of Western Australian silver and silver plated souvenir spoons. An interesting collection of 36 spoons including pictorial enamelled bowls; Centenary of W.A. gumnuts finial; mining theme spoons; figural animal finials and more
1927 Opening of Parliament House Canberra: Collection with Invitation booklet 'To commemorate the establishment at Canberra...'; entree card 'Visit of Their Royal Highnesses The Duke & Duchess of York'; leather souvenir wallet; b/w photograph of Prime Mini
1901 Federation: Souvenir Invitation, 'In Celebration of the Opening, Parliament of the Commonwealth of Australia/ To meet Their Royal Highnesses The Duke and Duchess of Cornwall & York/ His Majesty's Ministers of State for Australia, have the honour to in
1901 Federation Ceremonies: Collection with invitations (3) - Inaugural Celebrations Sydney, Swearing of Governor-General Earl of Hopetoun & Pyrotechnical Illumination of Sydney Harbour; 'Inaugural Celebrations at Sydney, Official Programme'; photos (5) of
Joe Hardstaff Jr's Cricket Bat From 1936-37 Ashes: Match-used 'Gunn & Moore' Cricket Bat signed in the ownership position by Joe Hardstaff, endorsed on front 'To John souvenir 5th Test Match, Melbourne' and signed by English team, 11 faded signatures inclu
Early Sterling silver and enamel Canadian brooch made by P.W. Ellis & Co Toronto Canada (1877-1928) absorbed by Birks in 1928, made as a tourist souvenir encompassing a heraldic symbol symbolizing the Canadian provinces and territories
A set of four rare early 20th century tourist art tin plates, made in Germany, chromolithographed with medallions depicting Guide Sophia, a Maori Mother and Child, a Maori Maiden and double portrait of Guides Maggie and Bella; from Arthur Iles photographs
Watercolour on silk, embroidered 'Souvenir d'Albert amongst embroidered roses, artist unknown - the Destruction of Albert, upper Somme Valley, France in 1915. Provenance: purchased by a New Zealand serviceman in France in 1919. 42 x 43 cm
Two cased collections of Grand Tour style plaster intaglios comprising ninety nine intaglios, housed in 'Book' form boxes, together with numbered lists of the motifs represented, each box 32 cm wide. Provenance: Estate of the late Ian David Cooper, Victori
An interesting glass 'Grand Tour' comport, 19th century, an antique souvenir piece comprising a series of glass roundels with transfers of Paris monuments set within brass frames, surrounding a central panel of the church of the Magdalene, raised upon four
A group of vintage pewter by, Selangor, Frauenfeld, Mastad of Norway, Tumasek and others including 4 x novelty souvenir cups from Singapore and Malaysia with a matching spoon, jugs, toasting cups and others
1927, English, book edition; souvenir of the opening of Parliament house at Canberra by His Royal Highness the Duke of York, K.G., 9th May 1927: Canberra and the Territory for the seat of the Commonwealth: a brief review of history, features and progress.
A Doulton Burslem 'Australian Federation' earthenware jardiniere, by John Slater and Doulton's Australian agent, John Shorter, circa 1900, of typical form with sepia transfer-prints featuring images of Queen Victoria, the Duke and Duchess of Cornwall and Y
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