Tennis Autographs: Group with tennis balls (2) signed Roger Federer && Stan Smith, postcard signed Pat Rafter, Stan Smith (winner 1971 Us Open & 1972 Wimbledon) signatures on 3 tennis racquet bags & mini-shoe.
Five Tennis Racquets, including a Spalding high Speed Delux model C. 1940'S-50'S, Also includes Spalding Starmaker c.1960's, an Alexander c.1920's-1930's, Lotto Wimbledon c.1980's, and a Futabaja c.1970 (5)
Australian Tennis Legends, group with displays signed by Margaret court, Ken Rosewall, Todd Woodbridge/mark Woodforde & Evonne Cawley, each framed & glazed, overall 58 x 46 cm, each with certificate of authenticity
A small silver plate Tennis trophy. From the Nec collection, the small trophy cup upon a tiered stand bearing a plaque commemorating the twenty year association of the Company with Davis cup tennis, 1981-2001. Height 12 cm.
August 1967 Wimbledon World Professional Lawn Tennis Championship tickets (2). envelope with 5 signatures - Rod Laver, Ken Rosewall, Lew Hoad, Pancho Gonzalez & Jack Kramer. plus book 'The Art of Lawn Tennis' by William Tilden [London, 1935].
The 2001 Davis Cup runner up trophy as presented to NEC, sponsors of the event, plus one other, from NEC, recipient of a trophy identical to that presented to the runner up nation, Australia, in Melbourne December 2001, after Australia's loss to France in
The 1999 Davis cup winner's trophy as presented to NEC, sponsors of the event, from NEC, recipient of a trophy identical to that presented to the winning nation, Australia, in Nice France, December 1999; it was Australia's 22nd win in the 88th year of the
1933 Godfrey Phillips 'Who's Who in Australian Sport', the complete set of double-sided cards , includes cricket with Don Bradman, football, rugby, tennis, Olympics, boxing, billiards - Walter Lindrum, Phar Lap. Mainly G/VG. A very scarce set complete
Tennis Racquets: Collection of tennis racquets (36), noted c1900 Slazenger 'The Demon' with fishtail; 'Spalding Gold Medal Os'; 'Spalding Lamina Monogram Deluxe' with double shaft; 1920s Dayton Steel racquet; 'Donnay Diamant'; few Royal tennis racquets. Co
Press Photographs, c1952-70 group, mainly Australian players at wimbledon, noted Rod Laver, Ken Rosewall, Tony Roche, Frank Sedgman, Margaret Court, Lew Hoad, John Newcombe, Evonne Goolagong. (24 items)
A c.1910 rare 'Imp' fishtail tennis racket, very good example with press. Fishtail handled rackets were designed and popular in the late 19th century. They were touted as having greater acceleration but to all intents and purposes it was a fashion or fad w
A c1910 rare F.H Ayres 'S.W Doust Special' racquet, imprinted facsimile signature model. Stamped F.H Ayres and London on handle sides, very good condition racket with distressed strings, with press. Made in England. Doust was a Wimbledon doubles finalist i
Two historically important c1910 photograph albums of Anthony 'Tony' Wilding and other Wimbledon tennis players, includes 28 original pre World War I era photographs (5.3 cm x 8 cm) taken at the Wimbledon Tennis Championships circa 1910, showing among othe
Tennis Autographs: collection beautifully presented on pages, most with associated pictures, noted Kim Clysters, Jim Courier, Jennifer Capriati, Margaret court, Pat Cash, Roy Emerson, Tim Henman, Lindsay davenport, Stefan Edberg, Neale Fraser, rod Laver, P
Tennis Autographs: signed photographs, displays, books & pieces, with wonderful array of signatures, noted Helen Wills, Ivan Lendl (3), Pete Sampras, mark Woodfull & Todd Woodbridge, Fred Perry (3), Pat Cash (2), Pat Rafter, Jimmy Connors, John Kramer, Jea
c1958 Davis Cup Plate, with engraved autographs of Harry Hopman, Lew Hoad, Ashley Cooper, Merv Rose, Don Candy & Neale Fraser, Sheffield Plate (combination of silver & copper), 43 cm diameter, made by Strachan. Excellent condition
Wimbledon Winners: signed photographs by Rod Laver, Bjorn Borg, Ste$ Graf, Kim Clysters, Roger Federer, Margaret Court, Virginia Wade, and most notably Suzanne Lenglen 1919 champion (on card signed in pencil). VG condition. (8)
1890s Victorian Doubles Trophy, shield-shaped plaque (20 x 23 cm), engraved on front 'Lawn Tennis. Double Handed Championship of Victoria, Presented By Sir William Clarke Bart. to Become the Property of Any Pair Winning It Three Times. Won By, 1890 H.W.Bar
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