29 item(s) found:

These items are not for sale and the descriptions, images and prices are for reference purposes only.

A pair of Sèvres style gilt metal mounted porcelain urns, 20th century, 65 cm high

Programme: 'Mawson Antarctic Expedition Pictures' Tuesday 25th June, 1912 held at His Majesty's Theatre Hobart. Original cardboard wrapper with photo portrait of Mawson on the cover.

Various Royal ephemera invitation Buckingham Palace illustrated London News 1946 March 9th etc qty

Warwick Armstrong: 1922 programme, 'Complimentary Smoke night, tendered to Mr.Warwick Armstrong. Melbourne Town Hall, March 31st 1922', with 3 signatures on front cover including Monty Noble & Warwick Armstrong. Folded, but scarce and attractiv

A vast and diverse ephemera collection of antique and vintage baggage labels, early to mid 20th century, evoking a bygone era of glamorous travel and including labels from hotels and cruise liners across all continents from the Hotel Alcazar in Buenos Aire

A Victorian carved wax flower display, framed and glazed, 98 x 66 cm

A Victorian pair of mother of pearl reverse painted on glass prints of Great Exhibition and Albert Monument, circa 1850, one signed 'Lanes Patent', 23 x 32 cm

A tour album of souvenirs from Europe kept by Rosemary Anne Stilwell, 1955/7, including a New Theatre program of the London premiere of Ray Lawler's 'Summer of the Seventeenth Doll' 30th April 1957

Theatre Programmes (2). 'Bal Du Moulin Rouge, Paris,' c.1958; & 'Folies Bergere', c.1938.

Soap/Cleaning: Accumulation of ephemera, c1890-1940s, with wrappers/ packaging & adverts, noted Eureka Soap (88), Volcano Brand (94), Peters Yankee Magic, Keystone Soap, Lifebuoy Soap, Sunlight Soap, Pears, Monkey Brand.

St James Theatre program, with autographs of Valerie Taylor, Laurence Olivier, Denham Eliot & others

Sports Cards, range (1000s) with cricket, basketball, rugby union & football; 1995 Australian F1 Grand Prix unopened box; also range of theatre programmes, magazines & newspapers

Tea Trade Archive. A fascinating album of early to late 19th century ephemera. Predominantly English. Well worth close inspection.

Gold-Rush Era Melbourne Theatre Programme printed on silk 'Theatre Royal. Tuesday Evening, December 1858. Oddfellows Dramatic SocietyHamletUnder the Patronage and Presences of His Excellency Sir Henry Barkly, K.C.B. And the Right Worshipful Mayor of Melbou

A pair of French royal blue glazed, gilt bronze mounted vases 60 cm high

Collection of antique and vintage ephemera including tools, screws, hollow ware etc.

Collection of military ephemera including Air Raid Precautions, ARP armbands, 1942 Victoria Government Gazette

1925-49 Sydney & Melbourne theatre programmes, noted Pavlova at Her Majesty's Sydney; YehudiMenuhin at Sydney Town Hall 1935; Laurence Olivier & Vivien Leigh in the 1948 Old Vic tour to Australia (2 diff)+ 'Big Star Personalities in Rko Radio's Coming Show

Aldwych theatre program with Vivien Leigh's, autograph and others. Show 'Street car named Desire'

Group of Australian Ephemera, including World War II cartoon book by Armstrong; postcards of Australian actresses and travelling acts; and 'No no Nanette' theatre program.

Laurence Olivier & Vivien Leigh, both signatures on theatre programme from their 1948 Australian Tour; together with tour brochure 'The Oliviers - a Brief Chronicle'. (2 items)

Theatre Programme 'A Comedy' by Sir George Etherege C1693 Theatre Royal

Magic: rare 1927 theatre programme 'Carter the great' at St.James Theatre, Sydney, programme includes illustrations of magic tricks - 'Cheating the Gallows', 'The Hangman's Ghost' & 'The Torture Cell of spikes'. Fair/good condition

Vintage sheet of colourful trims, Walt Disney Kut-Outs, ready pasted, featuring Donald duck, in original packet

Cut-out Silent film star paper dolls c1900 comprising, very colourful, still connected articulated dolls. Made in Germany. Three different dolls still attached. Head, legs and arms are separate, the bodies and brads for assembly are included. All are in mi

1954 programme for 'An Exhibition of Aboriginal Art' with four autographs including Albert Namatjira (1902-1959), chips Rafferty and bill (William) Dobell

Magic poster/playbill for 'Dr Davenport and Miss Pattie Illusionists', featuring 'Young Adonis, Champion Juvenile Trick Bicycle Rider of the World'