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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,

Framed and signed British and Irish lion's Rugby jersey from 2001 Australian tour

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

1930 Wallabies v Lions: Glass plate negatives (15) in small box with title 'Aust v England, Rugby Union, Aug 30'. Together with photographs (15) printed from the plates. Wonderful range of action images.

Brisbane lions: collection including signed footballs (2); Sherrin 'Brisbane F.C. 2003 Premiers' football; 'Premiers 2001' books (2); signed photographs (2); Prostar 'Headliners' (3). Also 1987 'Souvenir Program, a day in History. Brisbane bears v Hawthorn

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)

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

1924 Queensland Rugby League Jersey, maroon wool with embroidered Kangaroo, 'Q' & '1924' on left breast, and number '12' on reverse. Some staining on collar, though good condition for a jersey from this period. Believed to be ex Arthur Henderson (Qld 1923-

1908 Australian Wallabies First Tour to UK: Tickets (2), one for 26 Sept.1908 Devon v. Australians; other for 5th Dec.1908 Anglo-Welsh XV v Australians'. Both in excellent condition. In October, the 1908-09 first Wallabies touring team defeated England 32-

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

Lions tour program - Queensland v Lions 17/6/89, 1989 Queensland v British Lions 17 June 1989. Back cover some damage due to removal from scrapbook

Test program - Australia v England Ballymore 31/5/75, 1975 A v England Ballymore 31 May 1975. Rugby News Vol 53. No. 13. In excellent 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

Test program - British Isles v Australia Lang Park 4/6/66, 1966 A v British Isles Lang Park 4 June 1966. The Queensland Rugby News Vol. 12. No. 12. Staple rust and very slight glue and tear on back cover

Test Touch Judge flag v Lions 1966, Embroidered on the flag is Australia v British Lions 1966' with Australian Coat of Arms also embroidered. Double sided. These were used by the Touch Judge

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

1950 menu 'Luncheon Tendered By the Government of New South Wales to the 1950 British Rugby League Touring Team'; plus 1954 invitation to Welcome Dinner for the 1954 British Rugby League Touring Team. (2 items)

1932 rare invitations (3) to British Rugby League Football Team - Welcome Dinner on 21st May; Farewell Dinner on 18th July; Afternoon Tea at SCG on 16th July. Also photograph of the four Australians playing for Rl Championship side Leigh in 1952 - Rex Moss

1946-55 'The Queensland Rugby League Gazette' programmes, noted 1946 England v Qld; 1946 NSW v Qld; 1950 Qld v NSW; 1951 Queensland v the Rest; 1954 Queensland v NSW; 1955 Queensland v France. Fair/Good condition. (6 items)

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

A lions Rugby Union Jersey No. 10 blue jersey with three gold lions. 1924

The British Rugby football Team, 1904 New Zealand postcard signed by members of the team (23 signatures) ß

1966 ¹ 3rd test ¹ Lancaster Park ¹ lions 6 Abs 19 black and white photograph signed, title inscribed verso and signed by Brian Lochore 400 x 600mm

1968 lions Tour to South Africa Jersey in scarlet formerly worn by lions scrumhalf Roger young provenance: from the collection of New Zealand Rugby writer T.P. McLean

All Blacks jersey worn by Stan Meads 1966 vs. Lions, (no.4) canterbury Brand ß

1983 all Blacks Team to England and Scotland signed rugby ball, Gilbert Puntabout inc. Rob Deans, mark Shaw, Bernie Fraser, Stu Wilson, Murray Mexted, Jock Hobbs etc

1971 lions to New Zealand signed ball, Universal Brand ball in superb condition and signed by members of the lions and all Blacks including Gareth Edwards, Fergus Slattery, Derek Quinnell, Mike Gibson, Barry John, J.P.R Williams, David Duckham, Mervyn Davi

The official souvenir Programme British Rugby football Team vs. New Zealand 13 August 1904 at Athletic Park, Wellington this early programme is notable for the inclusion of team photographs of the 1904 British Team and the 1884, 1888-89, 1893, 1896, 1897,

Official Programme England vs. New Zealand 4 January 1936 at Twickenham, London this is the famous test in which Prince Obolensky playing on the right wing scored two tries to power the English to victory 13-0, England's first victory over the all Blacks

Menu from the British Sportsman's club luncheon in honour of the 'All Blacks' 24 October 1963 hosted by Sir Jocelyn Lucas Bt., K.B.E, M.C., M.P. Signed by John Graham ?

Official Programme New Zealand vs. Newport 30 October, 1963 (won 3-0 by Newport) offered with an autograph book containing signatures of both teams including Don Clarke, Ian Macr', Mac Herewini, Chris Laidlaw, Waka Nathan, Colin and Stan Meads and Wilson W

International souvenir Programmes, 1980s and 2006 all Blacks' Tests at Eden Park, Auckland matches include: Scotland 1981; South Africa 1981; Australia 1982; British Isles (lions) 1983; France 1984; Australia 1985; Australia 1986; Wales 1988; France 1989;