Early lapel badge, 'License Bookies. We Are in Favour. Are You?' wording surrounding a central vignette of a horse with jockey up approaching the starting barriers. Some foxing, but the only example we have seen.
1960s Bookmaker's Tote Board, green metal with odds for six horses on white ribbon. Board with a single knob for each runner, so probably supplied by Napthine and Miller (who held the patent). Board with horses names not included.
1940s/50s Vintage Bookmaker's Board: Original two-piece bookmaker's betting board showing odds for 20 horses in wooden carry case. Originally made 1940s/50s, in good condition with all spindles in working order, relatively new number rolls as board…
1993 Melbourne Cup, set of 4 prints by Rennie Ellis, titled 'the Briefing', 'the Winner', 'the Bookie' & 'the Party'; each signed by the artist and numbered 22/250, framed and glazed, each overall 58 x 79 cm