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Andrew Mehrten's All Blacks Jersey, from 1997 Bledisloe Test v Australia at MCG, with number '17' on reverse. Ex James Hird collection.

William 'Pud' Mahon's 1935 Australian Rugby League Blazer, green with embroidered Australian Coat-of-Arms & 'Rugby League/ NZ Tour 1935' on pocket, window mounted, framed & glazed, overall 111 x 103cm. [William 'Pud' Mah

A vintage black and white photograph of the 'New Zealand Football Team, 1905-6'. Note: Known as 'The Originals', detailed on the mount 'Photograph by E. Kelly' and 'Photograph taken at Newton Abbot, Devon', the team names detailed to the mount. 29.5 cm x 4

Official Programmes & Music Programme from the later Welsh leg 2nd N.Z.E.F. 'Kiwis' tour, 1945-46. [1] NZ vs. Wales, Cardiff Arms Park January 5th 1946. Facsimile signatures on the front cover of Walter E. Rees [Famous Welsh rugby administrator

Official Programme & Menu 2nd N.Z.E.F. 'Kiwis' tour, 1945-46, [1]. Combined Services vs. New Zealand [Kiwis] at Kingsholm Gloucester, January 12th 1946. Single folding card with teams and history verso [continues below]. [2] Autographed Menu -

Official Programmes and Menu from the later Welsh leg 2nd N.Z.E.F. 'Kiwis' tour, 1945-46, [1]. New Zealand vs. Newport 29th December 1945. 2 folded leaves, group photo of Newport team, brief histories, teams and adverts [continues below]. [2] Dinne

Programmes and Ephemera from the Scottish leg 2nd N.Z.E.F. 'Kiwis' tour, 1946, [1]. Scotland vs. New Zealand Army Touring Team at Murrayfield, Edinburgh Saturday 19th January 1946. Folding yellow single leaf with teams and programme of music. [cont

Official Programmes and Ephemera from the Irish leg 2nd N.Z.E.F. 'Kiwis' tour, 1945 [7 items]. [1] Leinster vs. New Zealand, Lansdowne Road Saturday 17th November 1945. 11p, teams, important fixtures and adverts [continues below], [2] Admission Ti

Souvenir Programmes, [1] Northern Services XV vs. NZ Army XV at Leeds Rugby League Ground, Sat 10th November, 1945. Single folding leaf with teams and advertisements. [2] Neath vs. NZ Sat November 3rd, 1945. Neath Rugby Football Ground. Single folded leaf

Official Souvenir Programmes [4x], [1] The British Army XV vs. New Zealand Expeditionary Forces Touring XV. Saturday December 1st 1945. Bristol Football Club Official Programme, single folding sheet with teams and timetable [continues below]. [2] London vs

Programmes and Ephemera [4 items], [1] Programme England vs. New Zealand. Twickenham Saturday November 24th, 1945 Kick off 2.30. Folding souvenir with team members names and 'Facts and Items on the Game' verso. [continues below], Inscribed 'Bla

Autographs of New Zealand Army & Jugoslavia Military Rugby Teams, Folded card with crossed flags 'Kia Ora Katoa 19th N.Z. Armd. Regt. May 45' and Dobrodosli I. Jugoslovanska Tankovska Brigada. Signed by both teams. 140 x 170mm

Two Photographs, [1] 'The Kiwis' 1945-1975, 30th Anniversary Reunion, 2nd N.Z.E.F. Rugby Football Team 'Kiwis' 1945-46, World War II New Zealand Army Team which toured British Isles, France, Germany and New Zealand. [continues below], Playe

Charlie Saxton's 1967 tour scrapbooks [4], All Blacks Tour 1967, two volumes [folio] of newspaper clippings from the Wellington Evening Post and Dominion and two volumes of the tour with clippings from The Otago Daily Times and The Evening Star

Charlie Saxton's 1967 tour scrapbooks, 2 bound volumes 1967 All Blacks tour to Canada, Britain and France, presented to Charlie Saxton by George Kilpatrick, includes newspaper articles, programmes and associated material

Signed Programme 1945, England XV vs. New Zealand Army. Twickenham, 24th November 1945. Single sheet with team members names, and signed by B. Freyberg

Programmes 1980s [6 items], [1] Five Nations vs. Overseas Unions. Twickenham 19th April 1986 [2x], [2] France vs. Otago. Dunedin 12th June 1984 [4x]. [3] Otago vs. NZ Combined services. Dunedin, 24th September 1983. [4] British Lions vs. The Rest. Cardiff,

Invitations and Menus - 1950/60s, [1]. South Africa vs. New Zealand Fourth Test Dinner September 18th 1965. Signed by Danie Craven verso and one other. [continues below], [2] Fourth and Final Test Match of the New Zealand Tour by the South African Rugby Un

Programmes, [1] South Africa vs. New Zealand. Alamein Club, Cairo 7th November 1943. Single folded leaf with teams. [2] "The Book" - Publication details 'Tip. Moderna [Canessa] Rapallo - Tel 8661'. [Circa 1937], 2 folded leaves with Sprin

New Zealand Provincial Programmes [10 items], [1] Otago vs. Junior All Blacks. Carisbrook June 28th 1975, [2] Otago vs. Manawatu. Carisbrook July 20th 1976 [2x]. [3] Otago vs. Taranaki. Carisbrook, 28th September 1977. [4] Meads XV vs. Lochore XV. October

Four mounted crests, New Zealand Rugby Union; New Zealand Rugby Team 1967; Otago Rugby Football Union 1881-1981, [centenary], Metal plaque inscribed - Tournee All Blacks 1967 C.K. Saxton, Federation Francaise De Rugby [lacking central medallion]

Touchline Flag, England vs. New Zealand 1967, Black fabric one side with silver fern, 1967 embroidered in white, verso white fabric with England vs. New Zealand embroidered in red with a red rose. Pinned to the corner a NZRFU blazer badge with a silver fer

Touchline Flag, Scotland vs. New Zealand, 1967, Black taffeta embroidered in white with Scottish thistle & verso silver fern, 395 x 250mm

Carman, Masters, Swan, The Rugby Almanack of New Zealand [17], 17 Issues, an interrupted run from 1936 to 1968. They include 1936, 1937, 1938, 1939, 1940, 1941, 1944-45, 1946, 1947, 1950, 1956, 1957, 1958, 1959, 1960, 1962 and 1968. All in original card co

Arthur C. Swan [3 titles], [1]. They Played for New Zealand. A detailed record of each Rugby Union All Black from 1884 to 1947. Wellington: Reed [1947]. 96pp, 180mm, original card covers. [2] They Played for New Zealand. A detailed record of each Rugby Uni

Winston McCarthy [2 titles], [1] Broadcasting with the Kiwis. Wellington: Reed [1947], 140pp, illustrated, card covers. Signed C.K. Saxton inside cover. [2] The All Blacks on Trek Again. Wellington: Reed [1949].222pp, illustrated, card covers, chip to corn

New Zealand Rugby Annual 1930, Wellington: Geo W. Slade [1930]. 216pp, group photos and adverts. 185mm, original grey paper covers

The Sketcher Souvenir, British Rugby Football Team v NZ Dunedin, June 6th, 1908, Wellington. Fred R. Rayner [1908]. 20pp, portrait of British and New Zealand team members, adverts and itineraries. L. 275mm, original paper covers with neat professional rest

S.E. Sleigh [editor], The New Zealand Rugby Football Annual 1885, Dunedin: Daily Times Office 1885, first issue. 111pp, viii p of adverts at end. Rebound with the original yellow cloth and black titles, laid onto board. Jas Hutchinson 19/3/ 83 on front cov

1905 Souvenir of the New Zealand Rugby Football Team, NZ Rugby Union Official Souvenir of NZ Team. Wellington: Linley and Co. G.H. Dixon Manager of N.Z. Team. 24pp, adverts, portraits, team photographs of Scottish, English, Irish and NZ teams. Tipped insid

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

The Triumphant Tour of the All Blacks in England, Ireland and Wales 1924-1925, Wellington: L.T. Watkins 1925. 176p, portraits and group photos, original card covers, VG

G.T. Alley, With the British Rugby Team in New Zealand, 1930, Christchurch: Simpson & Williams [1930]. 180p, adverts and photographs, original card covers, VG. Signed C.K. Saxton inside cover

1905 - 1906 New Zealand Rugby Football Teams, Tour of Great Britain, Central image of the 1905 team, portraits of D. Gallagher, Captain and D.H. Dixon, Manager in the top corners and New Zealand vs. Britain and Britain vs. Auckland [1904] in the lower corn

[1]. Two scrapbooks with Charlie Saxton's name on front cover, One of Ranfurly Shield newspaper clippings & the other with clippings related to Otago Ranfurly Shield matches & All Blacks tour to South Africa (Fred Allen, captain) & general

1966 All Blacks Tour to South Africa 'The Incomparables', The first All Blacks team to win a test match series in the Republic. Canterbury brand jersey. Signed by team players including Frank Bunce, Sean Fitzpatrick, Ian Jones, Christian Cullen, An

The Originals, 1905-06 New Zealand Football Team, Photograph of the team at Newton Abbott, signed by the team and management including, Dave Gallaher, Billy Wallace, Bob Deans, George Gillett, George Tyler etc. Photographer E. Kelley [continues below]. Pub

1960 All Blacks Tour to South Africa, Don Clarke's Souvenir Rugby Ball, Wallaby brand, extensively annotated with match scores and tour points per player. 'The Boot' of course tops the list with 180 points

Don Clarke's tour scrapbooks, 3 ring bound volumes of approximately 32pp each, recording in chronological order the tour commencing with the arrival at Jan Smuts airport, headlines read 'Women Gasp as All Blacks He-Men file off Aircraft' [conti

D. Gallaher and W.J. Stead, The Complete Rugby Footballer on the New Zealand System, London, Methuen 1906. xiv, 322p, 4p [adverts], plates and illustrations in text, lacking page between half title and frontis. Signatures on prelims, original black cloth w

Carman, Masters, Swan, The Rugby Almanack of New Zealand, 28 Issues from 1948 to 1972: four of 1948; two 1949; two 1951; one 1952; one 1954; three 1955; two 1957; three 1958; one 1960; two 1961; one 1964; three 1963; two 1965; one 1972. Condition varies, a