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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

Verdun Scott's New Zealand Test Cap, black wool, with embroidered Silver Fern on front. Good match-worn condition (some wear to lining). [Verdun Scott played 10 Tests 1946-49, and is the only sportsman to represent NZ in Test cricket & rugby league

Grahame Thorne's invitation XV Jersey, white with embroidered 'Nzrfu/ (Fern)/ Invitation XV 1973', number '13' on reverse. Signed on collar 'To Jack, G.S.Thorne'. [Grahame Thorne played 10 Tests for the all Blacks 1967-70].

John Pullin's England Jersey, white with embroidered rose & 'New Zealand 1973' on breast, number '15' on reverse, endorsed inside collar 'To Jack, John Pullin'. [John Pullin played 42 Tests for England & 7 Tests for Brit

Italy Jersey, green with embroidered Italian logo, from the 1973 tour to South Africa, number '11' on reverse, signed on collar 'To Jack, Rugby World, Grahame Thorne'. [Graham Thorne played 10 Tests for the all Blacks 1967-70, before moving

Joe Karam's all Blacks Jersey, white with black collar, embroidered silver fern badge, number '15' on reverse. [Joe Karam played 10 Tests 1972-75].

Japan Jersey, red & white hoops with embroidered cherry blossoms badge, number '6' on reverse, signed on collar by Grahame Thorne, believed to be from a player named Cicado. [Graeme Thorne played 10 Tests for the all Blacks 1967-70].

1967 all Blacks, tour to Britain, France & Canada, 'Supreme Rugby Union' football with 32 signatures including Brian Lochore, Brian Muller, John Major & Arthur Jennings. Signatures improved. [the all Blacks finished the tour undefeated].

Tiny Naude's football boots. [tiny Naude played 14 Tests for South Africa 1963-68, and is best remembered for a difficault penalty he scored in the dying minutes of the 1965 3rd test to defeat the all Blacks].

Rocky Patterson's NZ Colts Jersey, black with embroidered silver fern over 'Colts' badge, number '4' on reverse. [Roderick 'Rocky' Patterson was a member of the 1964 Colts side that toured Australia, and is considered unlucky no

Mack Herewini's all Blacks blazer, black wool with 'New Zealand Rugby 1962' & silver fern embroidered on pocket. Fair condition (few holes). [Mack Herewini played 10 tests for New Zealand 1962-67].

Paul little's all Blacks Jersey, black with embroidered silver fern badge, number '3' on reverse. [Paul little played 10 Tests for the all Blacks 1961-64].

New Zealand all Blacks shirt, black with white collar, embroidered silver fern badge, number '4' on reverse.

Maunga Emery's NZ Maori Jersey, grey with embroidered silver fern over 'N.Z.M.T.' badge, number '14' on reverse. [Maunga Emery represented the NZ Maori in rugby Union 1954-58, and played 23 Tests for the NZ Kiwis 1961-64].

The Rugby Almanack of New Zealand ' (6) for 1944-45, 1946, 1947, 1948, 1949 & 1950;plus 'Rothmans Pall Mall Rugby Almanacks' previewing teams to/from NZ (18 issues from 1959 to 1983). Fair/good condition.

Official souvenir Programme of the all-Blacks South African Tour, 1928', by Strauss [cape Town, 1928], pre-tour brochure (covers loose), plus 'New Zealand Rugby Tour 1928 Souvenir' published by United tobacco [cape Town, 1928]..

Rugby Programmes: 1927-52 collection in folder, noted 1937 Australia v South Africa 1st test & 2nd test;1937 New Zealand v South Africa 3rd test, 1948 England v Australia. Poor/VG condition.

1925 programme, 'The All Blacks V New South Wales, First Test Match, Showground, June 13th 1925, Official Souvenir Programme'.

Karl Ifwersen's all Blacks Honour cap, black with wire-embroidered 'NZ/ (Silver Fern)/ 1921', named inside 'K.Ifwesen'. [Karl Ifwesen represented NZ in both rugby league & rugby Union, playing 7 matches for the Kiwis 1914-20, includ

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

A souvenir booklet of the New Zealand rugby team, 1907/1908 Tour

An album of '1935 All Blacks Individual Photographs', containing 30 portrait photos of team members, each individually signed, including Thomas 'Pat' Caughey, J.E. Manchester, C.J. Oliver, B.S. Sadler, D. Solomon, G. Gilbert (played 26 of the 29 games), et

1935-36 All Blacks Tour to UK: Dinner menu 'London Rugby Football Union, A Dinner in honour of The New Zealanders, At the Mayfair Hotel, Saturday 2nd November 1935', with seating plan enclosed, and 6 signatures including Jack Manchester (captain), G.Gilber

Rugby Union & League: Postcard of NSW Light Blues who played the All Blacks in 1907 (interesting notes on reverse), 1981 Welsh Ru plate, book 'The Kiwis 1947-1948 - New Zealand Rugby League Team in England and France', 1960s All Blacks & Springboks badges,

Two sterling silver trophies, together with two silver plated New Zealand . Provincial Rugby trophies. Height 21.5 cm max

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

Four vintage Don Clarke scrap books, includes a set of three numbered consecutively and the other entitled 'New Zealand Rugby Football Tour 1963-1964', each with multiple newspaper cuttings. Approx. 40 cm x 280. Provenance:From the family collection

A late 19th/early 20th century NZ (All Blacks) small sports cap, black velvet with fine stitched woven gilt wire ribbon attached and gilt wire fern and 'NZ' badge to the front

c1950-60s Tin Badges, 33mm diameter (6) & 43mm diameter (7), all with ribbons, noted 'Souvenir NZ All Blacks'; 'Souvenir British Isles, Rugby Union Team'; 'Souvenir/ Australian Rugby Tour'. (13 items)

Rugby Players Touring Ties (6), six Rugby Touring Ties - Scotland Rugby Union 1873-1973/ Rugby World Cup 1987/ FF Rugby 1990/ NSWRU/ ARU inbound tours tie c1992 Scotland and New Zealand/ Australian referees Tie

Rugby Players Touring Ties (5), five Rugby Tour Ties - Japan (Australia 1975)/ England (1975)/ FIR/ Rugby World Cup 1987/ All Blacks Australian Tour 1988

Tour program - Queensland v New Zealand Ballymore 28/5/74, 1974 Queensland v New Zealand Ballymore 28 May 1974. The Rugby News Vol. 52, No. 15. Front cover loose and no back cover

Tour program - Queensland Country v New Zealand Toowoomba 3/6/74, 1974 Queensland Country v New Zealand Toowoomba 3 June 1974. The Rugby News Vol. 52, No. 18. Back cover has some tears where removed from scrapbook. Queensland Country includes S. Pilecki fr

Test program - Australia v New Zealand Ballymore 1/6/74, 1974 A v New Zealand Ballymore 1 June 1974. The Rugby News Vol. 52, No. 16. Just one staple (originally) thus centre page loose. Australian side now has 6 players from NSW country; Shaw, Hipwell, Lam

Tour program - Queensland v New Zealand Ballymore 18/6/68, 1968 Queensland v New Zealand Ballymore 18 June 1968. The Rugby News Vol. 46, No. 24. Slight split on spine and a few scuffs on front cover

Test program - Australia v New Zealand Ballymore 22/6/68, 1968 A v New Zealand Ballymore 22 June 1968. The Rugby News Vol. 46. No. 26. No damage to cover. Penalty try in last moments enabled New Zealand to win

1968 Australia v New Zealand Ballymore Test match whistle, whistle engraved with year and name of referee for the 1968 controversial rugby Test match between Australia v New Zealand All Blacks, also a letter signed by the referee confirming that this was t

1937 Springbok Jersey # 15 E Bastard, often described as the Best Team to leave New Zealand, the 1937 Springboks played 11 matches in Australia also including two Tests. They lost just one match - the famous victory in the wet for NSW. The # 15 jersey was

1930 British Lions Rugby Jersey # 28 FD Prentice, a blue British Lions jersey from their 1930 tour of New Zealand and Australia. The jersey is # 28 - the tour number of captain the forward FD (Doug) Prentice. The number is white with no patch. The badge on

1946-54 'Rugby League Official Souvenir' programmes, all Second Tests at Brisbane, noted 1946 England v Australia; 1948 New Zealand v Australia; 1950 Gt.Britain v Australia; 1951 France v Australia; 1952 New Zealand v Australia; 1954 Gt.Britain v Australia