40 item(s) found:

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Frank O'Connor's 1934 Australian Rugby League Jersey, green with yellow Vs, embroidered badge with Australian Coat-of-Arms & '1934' sewn on breast, window mounted, framed & glazed, overall 104 x 99cm. [Frank O'Connor played for

Souvenir of Twenty Years of Football, Illustrations and Records of English, Australian and New Zealand Teams since 1884. Christchurch: Walter E. Knott 1904. Oblong, 140 x 220mms, adverts, original blue paper covers, some discolouration. Rare, Commemorates

1971 Lions Tour of NZ poster & Miscellaneous items, [1] Lions Tour of New Zealand 1971. Portraits of team members with programmes for 1959, 1966 and 1971. 420 x 520mm, light creases and superficial losses at corner [continues below], [2] Clem Thomas -

The Ces Romalli Test Jersey, Australian Rugby Jersey, All Blacks Tour to Australia 1938, Test match jersey Number 7, worn by Ces Romalli in either the Brisbane or Sydney tests in August of 1938. Hand written note affixed to jersey by Charles Saxton reads &

Australian Rugby tour to New Zealand, 1955, Green test jersey with gold Number 8, Note - Saxton archive indicates most probably worn by B. Johnson in the Carisbrook Test and then gifted to Charlie Saxton by Kevin Skinner. Mick Simmons, Sydney label affix

NSW Waratahs 1894 Honour cap blue plush velvet cap in six sections, with golden braid & tassle, embroidered with 'NSW' & '1894' to the peak, with black plush lining within & a Farmer & Company, Sydney label within. Several s

Football Rugby Union (Issued by the Australian Broadcasting Commission)' [Sydney, 1934], scarce 16-page booklet.

The four British football Teams on Tour, Years 1888, 1899, 1904 & 1908, with F.J.Ironside's and Advertisers Compliments' [Sydney, 1908], 8 pages, all the records of the first four English Rugby football teams to tour Australia & NZ, mention

Wallabies: '20th century Australian Rugby Captains' display comprising photograph taken at 1999 Sydney Town Hall dinner commemorating 100 years of Australian Test Rugby, with 33 signatures of Australian Rugby Union Captains. Limited edition 35/100,

1967 Sydney Daily Mail 'NRL Captains Badges' - Johnny Raper (St.George)

1967 Sydney Daily Mail 'NRL Captains Badges' - Ken Daly (Manly)

Anthony Tupou, Kangaroos jersy with 20 signatures, window mounted with plaque 'Presented to West Newcastle, in recognition of Anthony Tupou representing the Australian rugby League, framed & glazed, overall 86 x 111 cm. Provenance: Sydney Roosters collecti

1958 Australian Team, team photograph 'Australian Rugby Football League, Third Test Team, 1958', window mounted, framed & glazed, overall 53 x 43 cm. Provenance: Sydney Roosters collection

1935 Australian Team, team photograph 'Australian Rugby League Football Team (For New Zealand Tour 1935)', showing players in their Australian blazers, window mounted, framed & glazed, overall 45 x 44 cm. Superb condition. Provenance: Sydney Roosters colle

Great Britain Jersey, from 1932 British Rl Tour to Australia & NZ, window mounted with caption 'A jersey from the 1932 English touring side led by Jim Sullivan. The tours of the time always provided momentous struggles at test level. The tour of '32 was no

'The Rugby League News. Official Souvenir, Third Test, England v Australia, Sydney, July 18th 1936'. Fair/Good condition

Test program - British Isles v Australia SCG 18/5/66, 1966 A v British Isles. Sydney Cricket Ground 28 May 1966. The Rugby News Vol. 44. No. 14. Tape on spine and glue damage to back cover

1965 Test v South Australia Whistle. Crowe's Blazer & tie, in 1965 Kev Crowe was the Test referee in the match played against the Springboks at Lang Park, Brisbane. In December 1965 he was invited to a black tie function in Sydney to present the 1965 Walla

Johnny McGrath Kangaroos and Rabbitohs, three gold medallions 1911-1912. J J McGrath was one of the founding members of the South Sydney District Rugby League Football Club, est. 1908. The Second Kangaroos Australasian touring team included players from N.

1935 Eastern Suburbs Premiership Blazer. A dark blue blazer with thin red and white stripes. Worn by Ross McKinnon. Ross McKinnon played in the centres for Eastern Suburbs from 1935-1938. In all he played 23 games for the club and was Dave Brown’s centre p

A collection of 12 1960's black and white press photographs of Rugby League subjects incl; 1963 grand Final Wests V St George x 2, 1965 grand Final St George v south Sydney, St George 1965 grand Final Team, 1965 Australian Team etc one photograph was used

Portrait photograph of the 1903 all Blacks Dave Gallaher and George Alfred Tyler silver gelatin print, Mora Studio, Sydney d. 73mm

Official Programme and souvenir New Zealand Rugby football Players in Australia, 8 July 1905 at the Sydney Cricket Ground this rare early programme is unusual for the fine print which reads, 'Owing to the Late Arrival of the Steamer From New Zealand the Pl

A rare 1903 gold Rugby Union souvenir medallion, to commemorate New Zealand 's First Full International Test Match Against Australia, Sydney 15th August 1903, the All Blacks Won 22-3. Engraved 'Australia V New Zealand 1903', 'A Souvenir to G. Tyler From NS

Matt Burke (Wallabies), signature on Australian Wallabies jersey; signature on 'Reebok' football boot; plus signature inside book 'Matthew Burke - a Rugby Life' by Burke and heads (Sydney, 2005). (3 items)

'The official Programme of the British Team's Visit to Sydney, New South Walesrugby football League, Season 1910' (England v Australasia on Saturday July 9), pictorial card, printed in blue, folds out to 25 x 16 cm, includes an image of the British Norther

Rugby League Autographs: autograph page 'Sydney v England 31/5/58' with 14 signatures including Mossop, Kearney, Holman. Provan & Raper; plus on reverse 9 Rl legends including Snowy Justice, A.S.Hennessy (1908), Latta, Munro & Halloway (1908-12)

Postcard, 'Sydney series, first Grade Rugby', 'Manly District'

Rugby League Autographs: autograph page 'Sydney v England 31/5/58' with 14 signatures including Mossop, Kearney, Holman. Provan & Raper; plus on reverse 9 Rl legends including Snowy Justice, A.S. Hennessy (1908), Latta, Munro & Halloway (1908-12)

Rugby League Autographs: autograph pages (3) with 36 signatures, noted 'Aust test Team 1954, Winners of Ashes v England' with 17 signatures including Churchill, Wells, Schofield & Vic Hey; 1959 north Sydney (9 signatures); page with 10 signatures including

Andrew Johns: signature on Australian kangaroos jumper; plus signed copy of his book the two of Me by Johns and Cadigan (Sydney, 2007)s.

1932 English Tour to Australia: embroidered pennant 'England, Rugby League Tour, 1932', 73 cm long, made by David Jones Ltd, Sydney, superb condition and extremely attractive; plus 1928 Pennants 'English, Rugby League Team', 81 cm long, fair condition; and

Rugby League photographs: lovely 1919 Queensland team photograph (34 x 29 cm); 1919 Peace day Rugby League Carnival group photograph including Queensland and New Zealand (48 x 27 cm, tone spots on mount); 'North Sydney District Rugby League Football Club 1

1956 New Zealand Team, panoramic team photograph titled 'New Zealand 'Kiwis' Rugby League Touring Team, Australian Tour, 1956', with players names in image, produced by Melba of Sydney, framed, overall 110 x 28 cm.

1932 English Tour to Australia: Embroidered Pennant 'Australia, (Australian Coat-Of-Arms), 1932', 72 cm long, made by David Jones Ltd, Sydney, one tiny hole, otherwise superb condition and extremely attractive, ex England captain Jim Sullivan.

Harry Cavanough's 1926 NSW Cap, blue velvet, wire embroidered 'N.S.W.R.F.L/ (Kangaroo)/ 1926' on front, and with tassel on top, made by J. Pearson of Sydney, endorsed 'Cavanough' on label. (Harry Cavanough played 31 games for Newtown 1921-24; 49 games for

Harry Cavanough's Newtown Cap, blue velvet, wire embroidered 'N.D.R.L.F.C/ (N in Shield)/ 50 C.M' on front, and with tassle on top, made by J. Pearson of Sydney, endorsed 'H. Cavanough' on label. '50 C.M' probably refers to 50 club matches (counting 1sts a

First Australian Kangaroos Tour to Britain 1908-09: 'The Australian Rugby Football League Tour of Great Britain 1908/9', four A3 pages of accounts - 'Statement of Receipts and Payments', 'Profit and Loss Account', 'List of Missing Vouchers' and 'Special Lo

Leagues Clubs Membership Badges: Lovely collection c1965-89 including Balmain, (1), Cabramatta, (1), Canterbury- Bankstown, (14), Central Coast, (10), Corimal, (1), Cronulla-Caringbah (2), Cronulla-Sutherland (3), East Hills, (1), Eastern Suburbs, (1), Eri

North Sydney Bears: Collection of 'North Sydney Leagues Club' membership badges from 1964 to 1986.

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