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Wallabies: Wallabies jersey with 33 signatures, window mounted, framed & glazed, overall 76 x 106cm. Ex James Hird collection.

Wallabies - 100 Years 1899-1999', display by Australia Post comprising special Wallabies Centenary jersey with 23 signatures, including George Gregan, Dan Crowley, Nathan Grey & Tim Horan, window mounted, framed & glazed, overall 73 x 108cm.

Stephen Larkham: Brumbies jersey with number '5' on reverse, given by Stephen Larkham to James Hird. Ex James Hird collection.

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

Balance of Collection, noted 1990s Wallabies group including 1990 Itinerary, 1992 card with 17 signatures, 1996 Itinerary && menus (2), 1997 card with 30 signatures, 2006 Wallabies Spring Tour group with cards signed by Australia (37 signatures) &#

Newcastle Knights, 2001 Premiers group including signed jersey with 18 signatures, framed & glazed, overall 88 x 108cm, 'Premiers 2001' display (105 x 78cm), 2001 Premiers aluminium stubbie holder, plus 2003 Select trading cards, framed (57 x 3

Kangaroos: Kangaroos jersey window mounted with signed photographs of Matthew Johns, Wally Lewis & Laurie Daley, framed & glazed, overall 77 x 85cm, plus signed display of Ron Coote.

John Sattler, 2008 Centenary of Rugby League Rabbitohs jersey, signed by John Sattler, together with display comprising b/w photos from the 1970 Grand Final, signed 'Best Wishes, John Sattler', framed & glazed, overall 43 x 36cm.

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

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

Blazer & Jersey badges [All Blacks], Blazer badge, 1967 with All Blacks logo embroidered in white on a black wool ground. Jersey badge, 1967 with All Blacks logo embroidered in white on a black cotton ground.

Otago Rugby Football Union, Dark blue velvet cap with gilt tassel and gold embroidered initials, makers label for 'Golden Hat Shop, Dunedin'. [ca 1905]

World War I All Blacks Cap, Jersey Badge and Clipping, Black velvet cap with embroidered silver fern and silver tassel, with the name S. Jeffs inside. Together with black cotton jersey badge with white embroidered fern and N.Z.E.F. [continues below]. Also

Auckland Rugby Union Cap, 1905, maroon velvet with embroidered initials and date, lacking tassel, makers label of J.A. Cooper Auckland, and with the name Callaghan penned onto the label. Callaghan played for Newton in 1905.

Otago Rugby Cap, 1931 Otago Representative Cap, blue velvet with gold trim and tassel & Blazer Pocket Badge Otago Rugby Football Union 1935 - 36, with gold embroidered ORFU over navy blue

All Blacks Rugby tour Great Britain 1967, Jersey number 15 was worn by G.C. Williams. Canterbury label affixed inside collar

All Blacks rugby tour Great Britain 1967, Jersey number 21 worn by Gerald Kember, Canterbury label affixed inside collar

Danie Craven Jersey, South African Rugby Jersey 1937 tour to New Zealand, Number 16, worn by Captain Danie Craven v. South Canterbury, at Timaru 28th August 1937. Note: Charles Saxton was Captain for this match and his handwritten note states that Number 1

South African Rugby Jersey, All Blacks Tour 1949, Test match jersey Number 11, Worn by either M.T. Lattegan or R.A.M. van Schoor. Gifted to Charles Saxton by Kevin Skinner, Fletcher & Cartwright's Capetown label affixed inside collar.

The Winston Ide Queensland Rugby Jersey, Queensland woollen Rugby Jersey from the 1938 All Blacks Tour to Australia, from match played at Brisbane 30th July 1938, Number 6, worn by Winston Ide.

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

Scottish Test Rugby Jersey, 1967 All Blacks Tour to Great Britain, from match played at Murrayfield 2nd December. Number 10, David Chisholm.

Welsh Rugby Jersey 1945/46 vs. 'Kiwis' 2nd N.Z.E.F. from match played 5th January 1946. Match jersey worn by Number 6, Billy Cleaver. In excellent condition with name inscribed inside collar.

English Red Rose Rugby Badge vs. 1945/46 'Kiwis' 2nd N.Z.E.F. affixed to a later white Canterbury jersey

Ulster Rugby Badge vs. 1945/46 'Kiwis' 2nd N.Z.E.F. affixed to a later white Canterbury jersey

United Kingdom Combined Services badge vs. 1945/46 'Kiwis' 2nd N.Z.E.F. affixed to a later white Canterbury jersey

Tongan Rugby Jersey 1974, Tour to Great Britain, No.23, Canterbury brand

French Rugby Badge vs. 1945/46 'Kiwis' 2nd N.Z.E.F. affixed to a later blue jersey

Charlie Saxton's Ranfurly Shield Winning Jersey, Pure New Zealand wool Jersey in navy and gold. Number 15 worn by Charlie Saxton on the 21st September 1935 when Otago won the Ranfurly Shield for the first time vs. Canterbury. Roslyn label affixed insid

1967 All Blacks Tour to Great Britain, Hand painted announcement poster, for a function in Wales, inviting members of an unknown club to meet the All Blacks, at which Charlie Saxton presented a jersey to the club. Note: final comment, 'Ladies come at y

Wallabies Jersey, gold with Australian Coat-of-Arms badge with 'Rugby 1975', number 16 on reverse. Ex Llandraff RFC, with card 'Australia v Wales 1975, Presented by W.H.Clement - Sceretary Wru'. Together with autograph page signed by Austra

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

A 100 Years Wallabies signed Jersey, this appears to be the official jersey that the ARU had embroidered [the numbers] then the squad signed, framed 100 x 120 cm [overall]

A 1999 world cup Rugby Jersey signed by the Winning Australian side, a 'Legends Genuine memorabilia' signed jersey, it contains the injured Phil Kearns & the signatures of the two late replacements Glenn Panoho & rod Moore

A signed classic Wallabies 1994 no. 11 Australian Rugby Jersey, incl. David Campese, Gary Pearce, matt Bourke & Peter Carson

A 1999 World Cup Rugby Jersey signed by the winning Australian side, a 'Legends Genuine Memorabilia' signed jersey, it contains the injured Phil Kearns & the signatures of the two late replacements Glenn Panoho & Rod Moore

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

Michael Lynagh's Wallabies Jersey, gold with Australian coat-of-arms badge with 'Rugby', number '10' on reverse, signed on collar 'To Jack, Regards Michael Lynagh'. [Michael Lynagh played 72 Tests for Australia 1984-95, and is a

Mark Ella's Wallabies Jersey, gold with Australian coat-of-arms badge with 'Rugby', number '10' on reverse, signed on collar 'Mark Ella 11/9/82'. [mark Ella played 24 Tests for Australia 1980-84, and is considered one of the all

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