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Vintage signed photograph, Australian Empire Games Team London 1934, signed by various members, approx 20 cm 25 cm

1938 Empire Games in Sydney: c1937 Australian National Travel Association poster, 'Australia's 150th Anniversary Celebrations Sydney.1938', text continues 'British Empire Games 5-12 Feb. 1938', colour lithograph poster printed by Brooks

1938 3rd British Empire Games in Sydney: Participation Medal, 'British Empire Games/ Australia/ 1938', octagonal shape, 63 x 63mm

1938 Empire Games in Sydney: Nice group ex English diver Jean Gilbert, noted telegrams before leaving (2); telegrams whilst in Australia (6); menu cards from ship (2); rare menu card from Reception in Colombo on 25th Dec,1937; Invitation from Lord Mayor of

1938 Australian team, autograph page with 8 signatures - Don Bradman, Bill O'Reilly, Jack Badcock, Frank Ward, Jack Fingleton, Stan McCabe, Ernie McCormick & Bill Brown. On reverse some 1938 Empire Games athletes including South Africa's pole vault gold me

1962 Commonwealth Games in Perth, Official Badge for Games Official, enamelled with 'British Empire & Commonwealth Games/ Perth, Western Australia, 1962', missing ribbon. Ex Francis Coyne MBE, British Official

1958 British Commonwealth Games in Cardiff: Booklet 'This is The Australian Team at the 1958 VI.British Empire & Commonwealth Games, Cardiff, Wales, July 18 to 26, 1958', with 16 signatures including Dawn Fraser, John Konrads & Lorraine Crapp. Fair/Good co

1958 British Commonwealth Games in Cardiff, Participation Medal '1958 VI.British Empire and Commonwealth Games, Cardiff, Wales', 55mm diameter; plus England team lapel badge. Ex Francis Joseph Coyne MBE. (2 items)

1958 British Commonwealth Games in Cardiff, Participation Medal '1958 VI. British Empire and Commonwealth Games, Cardiff, Wales', 55mm diameter, in original presentation box. Ex Dr.J. Matthews, the British team doctor. Superb condition

1958 British Commonwealth Games in Cardiff, Participation Medal '1958 VI. British Empire and Commonwealth Games, Cardiff, Wales', 55mm diameter, in original presentation box. Ex Dr.J. Matthews, the British team doctor. Superb condition

1950 4th British Empire Games in Auckland, Participation Medal 'British Empire Games/1950', bronze, 52mm diameter, engraved on reverse 'W.O. Stockley'. (W.O. Stockley, NZ swimming & water polo official, and author of 'Improve Your Swimming' (1931))

1934 2nd British Empire Games in London, Participation Medal 'British Empire Games/London/1934', bronze, 44mm diameter. Very attractive and scarce

1948 London, XIV Summer Olympics: 'Xivth Olympiad, London 1948, Football (Final) at the Empire Stadium Wembley, Friday August 13th 1948, Official Programme'. (Sweden defeated Yugoslavia 3-1 to win the gold medal). Fine condition

1962 Commonwealth Games in Perth, Official Badge for Games Official, enamelled with 'British Empire & Commonwealth Games/ Perth, Western Australia, 1962', missing ribbon; plus Participation Medal '1962 VII British Empire and Commonwealth Games, Perth, West

1966 Commonwealth Games in Jamaica, Bronze Participation Medal '1966 VIII British Empire and Commonwealth Games, Kingston, Jamaica', 54mm diameter; plus 1978 Commonwealth Games in Edmonton, Volunteer's Medal, 44mm diameter. (2 items)

1962 Commonwealth Games in Perth, Silver Winner's Medal, with chain, '1962 VII British Empire and Commonwealth Games/ Perth/ Western Australia', engraved on reverse 'Fencing/ Sabre Teams/ J.Andru/ Canada', 58mm diameter. Very attractive and scarce

1958 British Commonwealth Games in Cardiff, Participation Medal '1958 VI.British Empire and Commonwealth Games, Cardiff, Wales', 55mm diameter

1934 2nd British Empire Games in London, Participation Medal 'British Empire Games/London/1934', bronze, 44mm diameter. Very attractive and scarce

1911 Festival of Empire - Inter-Empire sports (regarded as the forerunner of the BEG), Participation Medal 'Festival of Empire/ Inter-Empire Sports 1911', engraved on reverse 'Souvenir Presented to J.G.Merrick, President, A.A.U.Of Canada', silver medal, 38

1966 Commonwealth Games in Jamaica, Participation Medal '1966 VIII British Empire and Commonwealth Games, Kingston, Jamaica', 54mm diameter.

1966 Commonwealth Games in Jamaica, silver Participation medal '1966 VIII British Empire and Commonwealth Games, Kingston, Jamaica', 54mm diameter, hallmarked silver, 68 grams. Very rare, first we have seen.

1930 1st British Empire Games in Hamilton, Participation medal 'British Empire Games Hamilton/Canada/1930', bronze and enamel, oval shaped, 39 x 50mm. Very attractive and scarce. Ex Harry Brittain Fry, a Canadian rower who won bronze in 1930, and also rowe

1962 British Commonwealth Games in Perth, gold winner's medal, with chain, '1962 VII British Empire and Commonwealth Games/ Perth/ Western Australia', engraved on reverse 'Athletics/ Women/ Long Jump/ P.Kilborn/ Australia', 58mm diameter, in original prese

1974 FIFA world cup: group with brochure; covers (3) signed by Australia (4 signatures), Jugoslavia (10 signatures) and Zaire (4 signatures) ; also piece signed by German star Uwe Seeler. 1956 Olympics - Polish FDCs (6) ; British Team badge 'Great Britain/

John Konrads, original hand-painted cartoon by Jim Russell (with two fi sh talking to John, 'Hey John! Teach US to Swim Like a Human! We've Been Sorta Left Behind!!', on card 21x13 cm, signed on reverse by 1958 Empire Games swimming Team, 21 signatures inc

John Konrad's 1958 British Commonwealth Games in Cardiff, gold winner's medal, '1958 VI.British Empire and Commonwealth Games, Cardiff, Wales', 55mm diameter, engraved on reverse 'Swimming/ Men/ 4 x 220 Yds./ Relay'

John Konrad's 1958 British Commonwealth Games in Cardiff, gold winner's medal, '1958 VI.British Empire and Commonwealth Games, Cardiff, Wales', 55mm diameter, engraved on reverse 'Swimming/ Men/ 1650 Yds./ Freestyle' in original presentation box

1958 British Empire Games in Cardiff, Participation medal '1958 VI.British Empire and Commonwealth Games, Cardiff, Wales', 55mm diameter. in original presentation box

1962 British Commonwealth Games in Perth, gold winner's medal, with chain, '1962 VII British Empire and Commonwealth Games/ Perth/ Western Australia', engraved on reverse 'Athletics/ Women/ 80 Metres Hurdles/ P.Kilborn/ Australia', 58mm diameter, in origin

1962 British Commonwealth Games in Perth, gold winner's medal, with chain, '1962 VII British Empire and Commonwealth Games/ Perth/ Western Australia', engraved on reverse 'Athletics/ Women/ Long Jump/ P.Kilborn/ Australia', 58mm diameter, in original prese

1958 British Commonwealth Games in Cardiff, Participation medal '1958 VI.British Empire and Commonwealth Games, Cardiff, Wales', 55mm diameter, in original presentation box. Attributed to cyclist David Evans

1938 3rd British Empire Games in Sydney, silver winner's medal 'British Empire Games/Australia/1938', octagonal, 63 x 63mm. Very attractive and scarce

1934 2nd British Empire Games in London, Participation medal 'British Empire Games/London/1934', bronze, 44mm diameter. Very attractive and scarce

1934 2nd British Empire Games in London, gold winner's medal 'British Empire Games/England/1934', engraved on reverse 'Boxing, Middle-Weight, 1st', 50mm diameter, in original presentation case. V ery attractive and scarce. Won by Alf Shawyer of England

1930 1st British Empire Games in Hamilton, Participation medal 'British Empire Games Hamilton/ Canada/1930', bronze and enamel, oval shaped, 39 x 50mm, in original presentation case. Very attractive and scarce

1966 Commonwealth Games in Jamaica, Participation medal '1966 VIII British Empire and Commonwealth Games, Kingston, Jamaica', 55mm diameter. (Ex Rene Mercier (1905-91) France, French Fencing Federation President 1965-70, and President of the international

1962 British Commonwealth Games in Perth, Participation medal '1962 VII British Empire and Commonwealth Games, Perth, Western Australia', 58mm diameter. Front engraved 'In Appreciation, Rene Mercier'. (Ex Rene Mercier (1905-91) France, French Fencing Feder

1962 British Commonwealth Games in Perth, Offcial badge for games Offcial, enamelled with 'British Empire and Commonwealth Games/ Perth, Western Australia, 1962', with red ribbon printed 'Headquarters'

1954 British Empire Games in Vancouver, Participation medal '1954 V. British Empire and Commonwealth Games, Vancouver, Canada', 55mm diameter

1962 British Commonwealth Games in Perth, official badge for games official, enamelled with 'British Empire and Commonwealth Games/ Perth, Western Australia, 1962', with red ribbon printed 'Headquarters'

1958 British Commonwealth Games in Cardiff, Participation Medal '1958 Vi.British Empire and Commonwealth Games, Cardiff, Wales', 55mm diameter, in original presentation box. Ex Dr.J.Matthews, the British team doctor

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