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A rare Olympic Games Bid document, Melbourne's plan: XVI Olympiad 1956, Issued in 1948 to IOC delegates and financial sponsors, the kid bound volume with enamel crest by Stokes & Sons Pty Ltd, containing letters and original signatures of Sir Winst

Melbourne Cricket Club, 1913-14 membership badge, made by Stokes, No.2629

Gold medal/brooch - 1888 Melbourne Exhibition, the medal with later brooch fitting, featuring a bust of Queen Victoria, awarded S.Smith & Son at the 1888 Centennial international Exhibition, Melbourne, designed by Stokes & Martin Sc, Melbourne mint. Condit

Medallion: 'Melbourne & Hobsons Bay Railway Station Flinders Street' in bronze (51mm) by Stokes c.1914 for Alfred Chitty to commemorate the opening of the first steam railway, Melbourne to Sandridge 1854.

A gold medal/brooch from the 1888 Melbourne Exhibition, the medal with later brooch fitting, featuring a bust of Queen Victoria, awarded S.Smith & Son at the 1888 Centennial international Exhibition, Melbourne, designed by Stokes & Martin Sc, Melbo

CONSTANCE STOKES (1906-1991). Female Nude, pastel on paper, signed lower left: Constance Stokes, 77 x 55 cm

CONSTANCE STOKES (1906-1991). Dancer in Repose, pastel on paper, signed lower right: Constance Stokes, 77 x 55 cm

Melbourne Cricket Club: Original die by Stokes for the 1913-14 membership badge. Unique.

Original steel die for badge '1956/ Melbourne/ (Olympic torch & rings)'', 16mm diameter. Ex Stokes & Sons archive.

Original die for medal 'Brownlow Medallist, 1971, Ian Stewart - Richmond F.C.', defaced with line so no more medals could be struck. Ex Stokes & Sons archive.

Hawthorn: 1971 Premiers medal, bronze, with on front 'Victorian Football League/ 1971 Premiers, Hawthorn F.C.', and on reverse 'Brownlow Medallist, 1971, Ian Stewart - Richmond F.C.', numbered '158' on rim, made by Stokes in origina

Melbourne Cricket Club, 1908-9 membership badge, made by Stokes, No.2877. Fair/Good condition.

Melbourne Cricket Club, 1913-14 membership badge, made by Stokes, unissued badge without member's number

Melbourne Cricket Club, 1913-14 membership badge, made by Stokes, No.2631

Melbourne Cricket Club: 1909-10 membership badge, made by Stokes & Sons, No.2488

Melbourne Cricket Club, 1908-9 membership badge, made by Stokes, No.2791

Melbourne Cricket Club, 1906-7 membership badge, made by Stokes, No.810

Melbourne Cricket Club, 1904-5 membership badge, made by Stokes, No.2037

Melbourne Cricket Club, 1903-4 membership badge, made by Stokes, No.1640

Hawthorn: 1971 Premiers medal, bronze, with on front 'Victorian Football League/ 1971 Premiers, Hawthorn F.C.', and on reverse 'Brownlow Medallist, 1971, Ian Stewart - Richmond F.C.', numbered '43' on rim, made by Stokes in original box

Campbell-Stokes Sunshine Recorder made by Casella London with 70 charts. These instruments record intensity & duration of the sun's rays. Used by observatories & weather stations. In museum condition. Late 19th century. 22.5 cm

1886 Football Medal, showing on front footballer & 'Stokes & Martin, Melbourne', on reverse 'Victoria/ 1886', 31mm diameter. Pinhole at top and some wear. (Believed to be associated with the Victoria v NSW Inter-Colonial match)

Melbourne Cricket Club, 1932-33 membership badge, unissued trial badge with member's No.100, made by Stokes & Son

Melbourne Cricket Club, 1914-15 membership badges, made by Stokes, No.3465; together with an unfinished trial badge without gilding and reverse detail. (2 items)

Melbourne Cricket Club, 1913-14 membership badge, an unissued manufacturer's trial badge, in red and blue enamel, made by Stokes & Sons

Melbourne Cricket Club, 1913-14 membership badges, made by Stokes, No.1303, together with a similar unissued badge without member's number. (2 items)

Melbourne Cricket Club, 1908-9 membership badge, made by Stokes, No.2222

Melbourne Cricket Club, 1906-7 membership badge, made by Stokes & Sons, No.3515

Melbourne Cricket Club, 1904-5 membership badge, made by Stokes, No.2130

Wendy Stokes (born 1957). Upon Reflection 1986 mixed media on paper laid on canvas. 135 x 242 cm

Andor Meszaros, Newcastle Hospital, blood for life,' medallion, 1948. Diameter 6 cm. By Stokes & Sons, Melbourne. Awarded to J pair of ott

Wendy Stokes (b.1957) Estuary series I 1990, Canopies 1 1987 + pier (3), each Silkscreen ed. 2/20, 3/10, each signed & dated lower right, 99 x 69 cm, 105 x 71 cm, 69 x 44 cm

Melbourne Cricket Club, 1913-14 membership badge, made by Stokes, No.382.

Melbourne Cricket Club, 1906-7 membership badge, made by Stokes & Sons, No.68

Melbourne Olympic Games Bronze Participation medallion (63mm) and Stokes '100 Year Progress' medallion (56mm, with verdigris), both by Mezarros. Program for Athletics, Main Stadium 26/11/56 with Mazda blotter & 3 tickets. Plus 1954 Royal Visit Communicatio

Melbourne Cricket Club, 1913-14 membership badge, made by Stokes, No.722

Melbourne Cricket Club, 1909-10 membership badge, made by Stokes, No.249

Melbourne Cricket Club, 1908-9 membership badge, made by Stokes, No.2222

Melbourne Cricket Club, 1906-7 membership badge, made by Stokes & Sons, No.2166

Melbourne Cricket Club, 1904-5 membership badge, made by Stokes, No.797

Six Victoria Amateur Turf club badges 1926-31, all by 'Stokes, Melbourne' comprising: 1926-27, numbered '104' verso; 1927-28; and 3 x 1930-31 including 2 x red and blue enamel, numbered '3' and '353'; and one blue and white enamel, numbered '525' (6)

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