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Rugby Football Match, Royal Australian Air Force XV v French Air Force XV, at Mount Pleasant, Batley. Saturday, 24th February, 1945', scarce wartime programme, together with 1981 Wallabies tour to UK & Ireland: 'British Sportsman's Club Lun

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

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

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,

Official Programme & Fixtures, [1] Swansea vs. Barbarians, April 22nd 1946. Single blue cyclostyled sheet. 'Harry Payne, All Whites Skipper, has invited C.K. Saxton to Captain the side this afternoon' [continues below], [2] NZEF British Tour 19

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

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

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

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

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 -

Itinerary & Score Cards & Programme, [1] Score card - N.Z. vs. The Springboks, 1937. [2] Itinerary - The John Sincerity Itinerary of the All Blacks Tour of the United Kingdom 1935-36 [continues below]. [3] Score card - Players Please - Itinerary an

Official Programme, British [Lions] v. New Zealand, Eden Park July 26th 1930, 20p, group portraits, adverts, original paper covers. Rust at staples, light creases.

Badges, Tiepins and Cufflinks, Charlie Saxton's personal Otago Rep tie with eight badges affixed inc.Taranaki, South Canterbury, North Auckland, Auckland, Waikato, East Coast& Thames Valley, also Badges, Tiepins and Cufflinks [continues below], inc

Silver Fern Tie 1938, with hand written letter by C. K. Saxton, The letter reads: <br>'This tie was given to me to me during the 1938 All Blacks Tour of Australia, by a team member, Bill Carson. The 1938 team did not have an official Silver Fer

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 &

Charlie Saxton Ephemera, Selection of Charlie Saxton's Rugby Ephemera, including part set of Wills cigarette cards, 'All Blacks'. Circa 1928, New Zealand Rugby Centenary Medallion 1970, Rhodesia Badge, Otago R.F.U. [continues below]. Centennial

Sporting ephemera relating to Charlie Saxton, 1940s - 1960s, Includes maps - YMCA London Guide Map for Allied Forces; British Army Welfare service map of Paris. Invitations and letters inc. to Major Charles Saxton from the B.B.C. [continues below], to appe

Official Programmes & Invitation, 1970s matches in England and Scotland, [1] Barbarians vs. New Zealand. Twickenham, Saturday 30th November 1974. Souvenir programme in presentation binding. Together with the Official Dinner Menu [signed by officials] a

Menus - All Blacks tour to Ireland, Wales and England 1974, Wales XV vs. New Zealand 1974 [3 items]. [1] Dinner in Honour of the New Zealand Football Team, Cardiff, 27th November 1974. Rugby ball shaped menu with teams names [continues below]. [2] Welsh Ru

Official Programmes 1967 Tour, Personal programmes belong to Charlie Saxton, from the 1967 tour and all annotated by him. [1] New Zealand vs Scottish Districts 29th November 1967. [2] North of England vs. All Blacks, 25th October 1967 [continues below]. [3

Official Guides & Itineraries, Matches in N.Z. 1930s-50s, [1]. Otago Rugby Union High Schools Tournament. Carisbrook Ground, August 22 & 25th 1932. C.K. Saxton played at halfback [continues below]. [2] Otago Rugby Football Union Secondary Schools T

Official Programme and Invitation, 1967 All Blacks Tour to Canada [4 items], [1] New Zealand vs. British Columbia. Empire Stadium, 14th October 1967. 12pp, includes teams and portraits. Original paper covers, rust stain [see below for further description].

Invitations 2nd N.Z.E.F. 'Kiwis' tour, 1945-46 [5 items], [1]. Swansea vs. New Zealand E.F. S.t Helens, Oct 27, 1945. Invitation to C.K. Saxton Esq at the Guildhall October 27th 1945 [see further decription below]. [2] The President, the Earl of At

Official Programmes 2nd N.Z.E.F. 'Kiwis' tour, [1] South African Services vs. New Zealand Services. Richmond Athletic Ground December 19th, 1945. Single folding leaf with teams and fixture list verso. [2] England XV vs. New Zealand Army at Twickenh

Wales: Group with Barry John's training shoes (both signed), Wales tracksuit ex Alun Lewis (replacement 1977 British Lions tour to NZ), Wales pullover, rugby shorts number '15', tracksuit pants. (Total 5 items)

An English signed 1999 Centenary test jersey, England wore this 'Replica' jersey commemorating the first test played by Australia vs British lions in 1999 & the jersey was never made available to the general public - only jerseys issued to players & approx

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

Willie John McBRIDE's British & Irish lions Jersey, red with embroidered logo, number '5' on reverse, signed on collar 'To Jack, Bill Mcbride'. [Willie John McBride played 63 Tests for Ireland and 17 Tests for British & Irish lions 1962-75].

Barry John's British & Irish lions jersey, red with embroidered logo, number '10' on reverse, signed on collar. [Barry John played 25 Tests for Wales and 5 Tests for British & Irish lions 1966-72].

John Pullin's England Jersey, white with embroidered rose badge, number '2' on reverse, with signature & initials 'J.V.P.' on collar. [John Pullin played 42 Tests for England & 7 Tests for British lions 1966-76].

Mike Gibson's Ireland Jersey, green with embroidered Shamrocks badge, number '6' on reverse, signed inside collar. [Mike Gibson played 69 Tests for Ireland, and 12 Tests for the British & Irish lions 1964-79, and was one of the 15 initial i

Roger Spong's 1930 British lions Jersey, blue with shield emblem with three lions on breast, number '7' on reverse.

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.

Souvenir British Rugby Tour 1924', published by United tobacco Companies [cape Town, 1924], pre-tour 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

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,