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2006 Select/Toyota 'Champions of the Brownlow' [27] x 2 sets. VG. Ex James Hird collection.

Brownlow Medallists: 'The Brownlow Medallists', display with signatures of 49 Brownlow medallists including Dick Reynolds, Keith Greig, Ian Stewart, Bob Skilton, Verdun Howell, Brian Gleeson, Michael Voss, Kevin Murray, Peter Bedford, Tony Liberato

Dick Reynolds Victorian 'Big V' Captain's Jumper, navy blue with white 'V', number '1' on reverse signed by Dick Reynolds. A few minor holes, though overall good condition. [King Richard played a record 320 matches for Essendon

Dick Reynolds' Three Brownlow Medals - 1934, 1937 & 1938: Each 15ct gold & enamel medal, with on front 'VFL/ Chas. Brownlow Trophy', and engraved on reverse 'Presented To R.Reynolds, Best & Fairest Player, 1934', 'Presen

Jason Akermanis (Brisbane Lions), display with signed Brisbane Lions jumper, window mouted with replica Brownlow Medal & two photographs, framed & glazed, overall 75 x 119 cm. With CoA

Football Displays, noted Shane Crawford signature on 1999 Brownlow Medal dinner menu, flag signed by 2003 Australian 'International Rules' team with 28 signatures including Gary Lyon (coach), Barry Hall, Brent Harvey, Matthew Pavlich, Glen Jakovich

Dick Reynolds (Essendon), nice signature on Weg 'Essendon 1942 Premiers' poster, with caricature of Dick Reynolds, size 45 x 64 cm. (Dick Reynolds played 320 matches for Essendon 1933-51, winning the Brownlow Medal 3 times - 1934, 1937 & 1938)

Gavin Wanganeen: '1993 Brownlow Medalist' signed display, framed, overall 40x33 cm, plus 1995 Anzac day Essendon v Collingwood display, framed & glazed, overall 64x44 cm.

Football group, noted c1950s South Melbourne car badge, tie-pin & badge;Fitzroy training jumper (James Hardie Spicers on front), Coca-Cola bottles for 1996 AFL Centenary (in wooden presentation box), 1997 Brownlow & 2000 Premiers;Essendon club ann

Geelong: gold & enamel badge 'Brownlow-Young Stand/ Diamond Jubilee 1935/ Life Member/ G.C.& F.C.', number '87' on reverse, made by F.W.Walker.

VFL life Member's badge: 15ct gold & enamel badge with 'Vfl' monogram surrounded by 'Victorian Football League', engraved on reverse 'Life Member/ M.E.Green'. {M.E.green was treasurer of the VFL when the Brownlow medal was p

Brownlow Medallists jumper, with 16 signatures including Robert Dipierdominico, Ross Smith, Gavin Wanganeen, Greg Williams, Kevin Murray, Verdun Howell & Peter Bedford.

The Highest Honour': display comprising 'Celebrating the Brownlow Medal' jumper with c30 signatures including Bobby Skilton, Neil Roberts, Barry round, Robert Harvey & Greg williams, marked 'Player Edition/90', window mounted, frame

Greg Williams' Swans Team of the century jumper: 'Swans Team of the Century' display comprising Team of the century jumper embroidered 'Greg Williams, Centre, 1986-1991, Games: 107, Goals: 118, Brownlow Medal 1986', and signed by Greg W

Brownlow medal: special Coca-Cola bottles from 1997 (4), 1999 (2) & 2000 (10);plus special Crown Lager bottles from 2001 (2), 2003 (3) & 2005 (6).

Brownlow Medallists: 'The Brownlow Medallists', display with signatures of 49 Brownlow medallists including Dick Reynolds, Keith Greig, Ian Stewart, Bob Skilton, Verdun Howell, Brian Gleeson, Michael Voss, Kevin Murray, Peter Bedford, Tony Liberato

Brownlow Medallists: 'The Brownlow Medallists', display with signatures of 49 Brownlow medallists including Dick Reynolds, Keith Greig, Ian Stewart, Bob Skilton, Verdun Howell, Brian Gleeson, Michael Voss, Kevin Murray, Peter Bedford, Tony Liberato

Greg Williams' trophy: unusual glass & metal trophy, '1986 Foster's VFL Premiership Season/ Greg Williams/ Dual Brownlow Winner. Presented By Carlton & United Breweries', with etching of the Brownlow medal in glass. in pieces, and m

Greg Williams' Sydney Swans jumper, number '2', from 1986, his Brownlow medal year, Hoover sponsor's badge.

Greg Williams Ephemera, noted scarapbooks of press clippings & photographs;collection of Brownlow medal & Hall of Fame menus, invitations & booklets;1987-90 training diary, 'Football Record's (28), Carlton Season Tickets (7) Including P

Signed Displays, noted Brownlow Medalists display with c38 signatures including Roy Wright, Alan Hopkins, Bob Skilton, Kevin Murray && Gordon Collis, plus John Coleman & Ted Whitten signed displays. Not framed, largest 59 x 79 cm

Nathan Buckley: Signed Collingwood jumper, window mounted with replica Brownlow Medal & three photographs. framed & glazed (glass cracked), overall 81 x 109 cm. With CoA.

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

Nathan Buckley: Signed Collingwood jumper, window mounted with replica Brownlow Medal & three photographs, framed & glazed, overall 81 x 109 cm. With CoA

Shane Crawford: Signed action photograph, window mounted with replica Brownlow Medal & five other photos, framed & glazed, overall 59 x 85 cm. With CoA

James Hird: Signed photograph, window mounted with replica Brownlow Medal & two other photos, framed & glazed, overall 59 x 89 cm. With CoA

Jim Stynes: Signed action photograph, window mounted with replica Brownlow Medal & two other photos, framed & glazed, overall 54 x 86 cm. With CoA

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

Kevin Murray, nice signature on Fitzroy jumper, embroidered with details of his football career, good condition. Plus Bob Skilton display with signed photograph (signature faded) & replica Brownlow Medals, framed & glazed, overall 56 x 87 cm

Hardy Wilson (1881-1955), Entrance to Brownlow Hill, Camden N.S.W. 1919, monochrome etching, signed and dated lower left, 34 x 26 cm

1977 Brownlow Medal Dinner Menu with 20 signatures including Chick Smallhorn, Fred Goldsmith, Dick Reynolds, Neil Roberts.

Carlton: c1956-61 original b&w cartoons (2) by Age cartoonist Samuel Wells, one featuring new coach Jimmy Francis and his team; other featuring John James (1961 Brownlow Medallist), each about 28 x 46 cm. (2 items)

Footscray: 1996 Footscray home jumper, number 39 Tony Liberatore. Player issue home jumper of the 1990 Brownlow Medal winner.

Brownlow Medallists: Two A4 cards with signatures of 48 Brownlow medallists including Dick Reynolds, Keith Greig, Ian Stewart, Bob Skilton, Verdun Howell, Brian Gleeson, Michael Voss, Kevin Murray, Peter Bedford, Tony Liberatore, Malcolm Blight, John Platt

Football Autographs, noted Carji Greeves, Muhammad Ali (inside 1998 Grand Final 'Football Record'), Ted Whitten (2), Brownlow Medal Winners (44), John Coleman, Jack Dyer, Gary Ablett Sr. Fair/VG condition. (84 items)

Brownlow Medal Proof: c1993 Proof of Brownlow Medal, ex sculptor/die-sinker Jeff Rae. (The Charles Brownlow Trophy, better known as the Brownlow Medal, is awarded to the 'fairest and best' player in the Australian Football League (AFL) during the home-and-

Range of memorabilia as issued by Australia post; with 1996 AFL Centenary Folder of 16 booklets; special Event Sheets 2001 Sydney Swans, 2004 Brownlow winner, Chris Judd & Port Adelaide power and Essendon 2000, 2001, 2002 & 2003: 2004 set of 16 Prestige Bo

Brownlow Medallists: 'The Brownlow Medallists', display with signatures of 49 Brownlow medallists including Dick Reynolds, Keith Greig, Ian Stewart, Bob Skilton, Verdun Howell, Brian Gleeson, Michael Voss, Kevin Murray, Peter Bedford, Tony Liberatore, Malc

Football Autographs, nice collection including Carji Greeves (1st Brownlow Medalist); Roy Cazaly, Jack Dyer, Tony Lockett, Laurie Nash, Bob Pratt, Kevin Bartlett, Royce Hart, Ron Barassi & Alex Jesaulenko. (34 items).

Newspaper Pages & posters: c1915-64 newspaper pages with reports of football (or cricket) from 'The Age' (28), 'Sporting Globe' (15), 'Truth' (2), 'Herald' (4) & 'The Advertiser' (1) - includes scarce 1915 season (10); posters (33) including 'The Brownlow'

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