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World War I scarce charity matches - 1944 RAAF v Combined League at Collingwood, 1944 South Melbourne v Combined army at St.Kilda, 1945 north v south at Richmond. Great array of League players included in teams. Poor/good condition

1954 Fyna Foods 'Victorian Footballer Caricatures' [5/24] with club colours at base, no.2 N.Broderick (Fitzroy), 10. F.Flanagan (Geelong), 16.B.Wilson (Richmond), 22.B.Phillips (St.Kilda) & 23.N.Pearson (Hawthorn). Fair/G. Rarity 8

Jim Jackson (St.Kilda, Collingwood & Hawthorn), original World War I photograph of Jim Jackson in uniform. [Jackson played 1 game for St.Kilda in 1909, 93 games for Collingwood 1910-15 && 1920, and 75 games with Hawthorn 1921-26. When Hawthorn

c1973-2006 'Football Record's/programmes, noted 1973 John Greening Appeal - Collingwood v St.Kilda. Escort Championship Grand Finals 1979 & 1980 (3). 1997 Collingwood v West Coast in London.

1966 'Football Record', Grand Final - St.Kilda v Collingwood. Good condition.

1939 'Football Record', Preliminary Final - Collingwood v St.Kilda. Fair/Good condition.

1931 'Football Record', June 8 - Collingwood v St.Kilda. Good condition.

Football Group, noted 1953-2011 'Football Record's (20) including 1953 Coronation Day & Grand Finals (4). 1965 Mobil 'Footy Cards' [40]. 1970s membership cards including Port Melbourne, McKinnon (4) & Moorabbin. various cheer squad

1966 'Football Record' for Grand Final - St.Kilda v Collingwood. G/VG condition. [St.Kilda's 1st & only Premiership]

1966 'Football Record's including Grand Final (St.Kilda v Collingwood). Fair/Good condition. [St.Kilda's 1st & only Premiership]

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

1950 Argus Weekend magazine 'Colour Team Photos' [7/18] - Fitzroy, Footscray, Hawthorn, St.Kilda, Brighton, Oakleigh & Port Melbourne. Fair/G

St.Kilda: 1966 Premiership Team, 'Saints 66' Weg poster, signed at 2004 Premiership Players Club induction, with 18 signatures including Ian Cooper, Ross Smith, Verdun Howell & Barry Breen, limited edition 25/66, size 42 x 60 cm. With CoA

St.Kilda: 1966 original Weg poster. Fair/Good condition (some peripheral faults)

Football Club Badges/Pins, noted Carlton, Footscray (3), Melbourne 1964, St.Kilda, Clarence, East Ballarat 1947, Glenorchy, Golden Point, Golden Square (2), Hobart (2), Merino-Digby, Metropolitan Football League, North Hobart, Ormond, Penola, Pimpinio, San

A St. Kilda Australia tea set for six, gold colour. (21)

1965 'Football Record's, 2nd Semi Final, St.Kilda v Collingwood; Preliminary Final, Collingwood v Essendon; Grand Final, Essendon v St.Kilda. Fair/VG condition. (Essendon's 12th Premiership)

1963 'Football Record's, 1st Semi Final, Melbourne v St.Kilda; 2nd Semi Final, Hawthorn v Geelong; Preliminary Final, Melbourne v Hawthorn; Grand Final, Geelong v Hawthorn. Good/VG condition. (Geelong's last Premiership until 2007)

St.Kilda: 1966 original Weg poster. Good condition. Ex Alf Brown collection

c1960s Protype Footballs 'VFL Colours Badges', part set [3/12] - Carlton, Hawthorn & St.Kilda.

c1910 Weekly Times 'Victorian Footballers Postcard' - H.Lever (St.Kilda). G/VG.

Badges, c1970s-2000s range, noted Melbourne Cricket Club (4); VFL Park (18); Carlton Social Club (7); Hawthorn Football Club; Oakleigh Football Club; Victoria racing Club (3); St.Patrick's Race Club (5); Ltav (7); plus phone cards (30).

c1910 Weekly Times 'Victorian Footballers Postcard' - A.Irwin (St.Kilda). G/VG.

c1910 Weekly Times 'Victorian Footballers Postcard' - W.Gant (St.Kilda). G/VG.

1909 'The Victorian Football Follower', Vol.XII No.14, for Saturday July 24, 1909, covers matches Essendon v University, Carlton v Geelong, Richmond v Collingwood, South Melbourne v Fitzroy, St.Kilda v Melbourne. Fair/Good condition

C1960s Protype Footballs 'VFL Colours Badges', part set [7/12] - Carlton, Collingwood, Fitzroy, Hawthorn, North Melbourne, St.Kilda & South Melbourne. Not previously seen

C1955 Autograph Book, with c152 signatures, mainly VFL footballers, noted Fitzroy (15), Hawthorn (8), Geelong (8), St.Kilda (19), Collingwood (25), Melbourne (10), South Melbourne (10), Carlton (13)

1931-2013 range, noted 'Football Records' (36) with 1931 Charity Match - Old Veteran's Teams; 1949 Challenge Match - 1933-34 Teams Richmond v South Melbourne; 1945 South Melb. v Melbourne; 1964 Grand Final - Melbourne v Collingwood; also 1963 St.Kilda F.C.

St.Kilda: c1980-81 St.Kilda jumper, number 1 Trevor Barker. Obtained from an acquaintance of Trevor Barker, who obtained the jumper in the early 1980s.

Melbourne: 2007 Melbourne home jumper, number 7 Brad Miller. Some clubs (Melbourne, St.Kilda, Footscray) were still sewing numbers on jumpers (instead of printed) as it was more economical.

St.Kilda: 1966 Premiership Team, 'Saints 66' Weg poster, signed at 2004 Premiership Players Club induction, with 18 signatures including Ian Cooper, Ross Smith, Verdun Howell & Barry Breen, limited edition 25/66, size 42 x 60cm. With CoA.

1921 McIntyre Bros. 'Football Champion Series 1' (3/18) - A.Rankin (Geelong), C.Rankin (Geelong) & W.Cubbins (St.Kilda); plus 1922 'Football Champion Series 2' - L.Gale (Fitzroy - trimmed). Fair/VG. Rare.

1908 Talma postcard 'St.Kilda Football Team 1908'. Fair/G condition.

St.Kilda: c1997 St.Kilda football jumper with 30 signatures, noted Robert Harvey, Nathan Burke & Stewart Loewe, framed & glazed, overall 71 x 94 cm.

St.Kilda: 1966 Premiership Team, 'Saints 66' Weg poster, signed at 2004 Premiership Players Club induction, with 18 signatures including Ian Cooper, Ross Smith, Verdun Howell & Barry Breen, limited edition 21/66, size 42 x 60 cm. .

C1998-2008 programmes for pre-season & practice matches (58), nearly all clubs represented Adelaide (9), Brisbane (6), Carlton (6), Collingwood (10), Essendon (10), Fremantle (2), Geelong (8), Hawthorn (3), Melbourne (8), north Melb (9), Port Adelaide (6),

1922 Thorp's Chocolate Fudge 'Football Captains' [11/19 known], comprising P.Daykin (Brighton), E.Jameson (Carlton), T.Drummond (Collingwood), S.Barker (Essendon), C.Lethbridge (Fitzroy), H.Craven (Geelong), P.Wilson (Melbourne), G.Rawle (Nth Melb), L.A.Do

1909 Perfection tobacco 'Team colour Fixture cards' printed on both sides - Geelong / St.Kilda. Poor/Fair. Rarity 9

1965 'Football Record', Grand Final - Essendon v St.Kilda; plus 1965 'Sporting Globe' with headline 'Bombers' 12th flag'; 1964 'The Sun' Grand Final souvenir celebrating Melbourne's premiership win. Fair/good condition.

Geelong: 'Geelong Cricket & Football Club. Player's Ticket. Available For This Date Only. C.Brownlow, Sec', dated '25/4/03', framed & glazed, overall 26 x 26 cm. The match in question was an away game during season 1903 against St.Kilda, Geelong the victor

Alex Jesaulenko's St.Kilda No.25 Jumper, match worn. [In a deal managed by trucking millionaire and St Kilda club president, Lindsay Fox, Alex Jesaulenko moved to the St Kilda Football Club in 1980. While initially appointed as an on-field player only, Jes

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