Antique full size Alcock & Co billiard table, standing on eight large tuned fluted legs, replaced felt surface, including antique Alcock score board, antique turned wood 18 place cue stand, antique Alcock framed Rules of Snooker poster, rack of various cue
1888 Goodwin & Co. (USA) 'Champions' printed sports card album (exchanged for coupons). A pictorial booklet of embossed sporting cards. Includes baseball, rowing, billiards, tennis, boxing, cycling & Buffalo Bill among others. Once one had collected a comp
Walter Lindrum, Billiards Cue with engraved ivory plate 'The World's Record Break Cue. 3262 Dec.7th 1929. Walter Lindrum, Australia', signed and endorsed 'To A Great Sportsman, With All Good Wishes Al Bowden, Walter Lindrum'. Fine condition
Billiards Medal, 9ct gold & enamel fob/medal with Billiards cues, balls & 'Bbva' on front, engraved on reverse: 'Presented by Victorian Bowlers Billiard Assn, Championship 1917-18, Won by T.W.Tyrer'. Some enamel details missing from front. Weight 13.10 gra
Antique Billiard Accessories: Group with Heiron & Smith scoreboard (102 x 29 cm); Heiron & Smith - Rules of Billiards (framed, 43 x 59 cm); Heiron & Smith - Rules of Snooker's Pool (framed, 46 x 62 cm); Marble Number dispenser & marking board for Kelly Poo
A 19th century mahogany cased billiards score board with turning scroll display and brass score indicators. Inset with Barton McGill & Co. Manufacturer's plaque. Ex, the Auckland club. 97 cm x 310. See inside back cover.
1907 billiards certificate, 'This Is to Certify That Thomas Reece Made a Break of 6138 on a Standard Billiard Table, on March 26th to 30th 1907, in a Game Against F.H.Weiss at Messrs Thurston's Leicester Sq, W.C.', framed, overall 50 x 65 cm. Certificate i
Samuel Wells (1885-1964, 'Age' Sporting Cartoonist), original black and white cartoon artwork, from 30th July 1960, including Collingwood's victory over Essendon; St. Kilda's injury woes; vale billiards champion Walter Lindrum, window mounted, overall 41 x
Walter Lindrum (1898-1960, the greatest billiards player of all time), display with signature on piece, window mounted with lovely picture of Lindrum playing billiards on an aircraft carrier, framed and glazed, overall 48 x 44 cm
Rex Williams, signature on 2-piece billiards cue. Fine condition. (Rex Williams won the world Professional billiards Championship seven times from 1968 to 1983, including a reign as champion from 1968 to 1980)
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