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Black Caviar, display with photograph signed by Luke Nolan & Peter Moody, surrounded by 10 action photographs, window mounted, framed & glazed, overall 106 x 90cm. Together with 3 racebooks 18/2/2012, 22/3/2013 & 20/4/2013.

1892 Australian Cup: Leather-bound 'Victoria Racing Club, 1892. Autumn Meeting, Official Programme, Cup Day'. Good condition. {1892 Australian Cup was won by Highborn}.

Moore's Celebrated Winners - West Australian, Winner of the Derby 1853, Value Pds5675, 195 Subscribers, 28 Started', hand-coloured aquatint, painted by A.F.De Prades, published by J.Moore [London, 1853], window mounted, framed & glazed, overall

1850 Engraved Lithographic View By W.Harris: 'The Turning of the Turf of the first Australian Railway at Sydney....July 3rd 1850' printed on blued paper, 13x19.5 cm.

Makybe Diva: 'From Champion to Legend - How Makybe Diva Achieved Equine Immortality' print, signed by jockey Glen Boss, limited edition 84/500, window mounted, framed & glazed, overall 90 x 64 cm. With CoA

Frankie Dettori: Display 'The Magnificant Seven' commemorating Frankie's 7 winners at Ascot on 28th September 1996, signed by Frankie Dettori, limited edition 3/50, window mounted, framed & glazed, overall 55 x 48 cm

International Stakes Jockeys - Sandown 23.1.71', photograph of 15 jockeys including Jim johnson (signed), Roy Higgins, Harry White, Pat Hyland, R.Hutchinson (UK), M.Philipperon (France), M.Owada (Japan), framed & glazed, overall 32 x 27 cm

Horse Racing Items, noted Tulloch display signed by George Moore, Brew display signed by Kerrin McEvoy, racebooks (7) one signed Gai, another signed Craig Williams

1934 Melbourne Cup: 78rpm record 'The Running of the Centenary Melbourne Cup, Tuesday, Nov.6th, 1934'

Racebooks: 1932-62 collection, with meetings at Moonee Valley, Caulfield & Flemington. (12 items)

Horse Racing & Trotting Badges, c1931-87 collection, noted Tasmania Racing Club (16), Tasmanian Amateur Jockey Club (6), Watc (6), Warrnambool Racing Club (2), Fremantle Trotting Club (10), WA Trotting Association (6), Tasmanian Trotting/Pacing Clubs (

The Victoria Racing Club, Acts, Bye-Laws & Rules, 1889' (Melbourne, 1890), with note inside front cover that this was Exhibit A in 1892 Supreme Court case, Richard Jurd v C.B.Fisher, chairman of the VRC, who wanted his disqualified horse Bullerana

John Frederick Herring and Charles Hancock (English), two equestrian Sporting prints, framed (2), 39 x 47 cm

Cast iron horse hitching post with plaque Presented to M Loughlin, sheet anchor Melbourne Cup 1885

Australian Comforts Fund enamel badge, Queensland Turf club enamel medal, Sydney cricket Grounds medal (3)

Peter Pan cup day Victoria racing official Programme 1932 carrying Jim Pike, Peter Pan was at the rear of the group when he clipped the heels of the horse in front of him and fell to his knees. Approaching from behind him was stable mate Dennis boy who bum

Phar Lap cup day Victoria racing official facsimile Programmes 1930 & 1931 these two races included Phar Lap, who after being shot at on Derby day, won the 1930 Melbourne Cup. White Nose the 1931 winner. For this race, Phar Lap was asked to carry 10st

Phar Lap shoe, Trentham NZ 1928 original horseshoe from Phar Lap, from the saddlery at the Trentham Racecourse, Wellington. the general nail pattern of known later racing plates, fastened to a wooden plaque, engraved 'Phar Lap/Trentham NZ/1928'. Originally

C1906-20s horse racing cards, noted 1906 Sniders 'Melbourne & Sydney Cup Winners' [29/56], 1906 Wills 'Melbourne Cup Winners' [11/45], 1907 Sniders 'Australian Racehorses' [40/57], 1911 Sniders 'Australian Racing Scenes'

Black caviar, display 'Black Caviar - the Wonder From Down Under', signed by Luke Nolen & Peter Moody, framed & glazed, overall 157x32 cm.

Makybe Diva, display with signatures of Lee Freedman & Glen Boss, window mounted ith 9 photos, framed & glazed, overall 100x60 cm.

Manikato: group including 1978-79 Australia's Race horse of the year trophy, trainer's trophies for 1978 Marlboro cup & 1979 Rothmans hundred Thousand Doomben (silver cigarette box), 'The Legends' trophy, saddlecloth, framed photographs

1951 Melbourne Cup: 'Cup Day, Victoria Racing Club, Spring Meeting, 6th Nov. 1951, Official Programme'.

Rising Fast, print 'Rising Fast - Melbourne Cup 1950, Jockey Jack Purton' by Brian Clinton, signed by the artist and numbered 'Artists Proof 1 of 1', window mounted, framed & glazed, overall 81x80 cm.

1949 Melbourne Cup: 'Cup Day, Victoria Racing Club, Spring Meeting, 1st Nov. 1949, Official Programme'.

1947 Melbourne Cup: 'Cup Day, Victoria Racing Club, Spring Meeting, 4th Nov. 1947, Official Programme'.

1946 Melbourne Cup: 'Cup Day, Victoria Racing Club, Spring Meeting, 5th Nov. 1946, Official Programme'.

Phar Lap, 'Phar Lap - Frame By Frame' display showing Phar Lap winning the 1930 Melbourne Cup, signed by his first jockey Jack Baker, window mounted, framed and glazed, overall 112x67 cm.

Phar Lap, print 'Phar Lap - Melbourne Cup 1930, Jockey Jim Pike' by Brian Clinton, signed by the artist and numbered 'Artists Proof 4 of 5', window mounted, framed & glazed, overall 81x80 cm.

Phar Lap's 34th Race - 1930 Melbourne Cup: 'Cup Day, Victoria Racing Club, Spring Meeting 1930, Official Programme', showing Phar Lap in the Melbourne Cup (first). 34 starts. 22-2-2. Fair/good condition.

Phar Lap's 22nd Race: official Programme, 'Ajc, Autumn Meeting, All-Aged Stakes Day, Wednesday, 23rd April, 1930', showing Phar Lap in the wfa Cumberland Stakes (first). 22 starts. 11-1-2.

Phar Lap's 21st Race: official Programme, 'Ajc, Autumn Meeting, St.Leger Day, Saturday, 19th April, 1930', showing Phar Lap in the Ajc St.Leger (first). 21 starts. 10-1-2.

Phar Lap Programme: official Programme, 'City Tattersalls Club, Autumn Meeting. Saturday 13th April 1929', showing Phar Lap entered in the Youthful Stakes at Randwick but scratched (two weeks later Phar Lap won his first race). Covers loose, back p

1922 VRC Oaks: '9th November, Victoria Racing Club, Spring Meeting 1922, Oaks Day, Official Programme'. Fair/good condition. {the 1922 VRC Oaks was won by scarlet}.

1922 grand National Steeplechase: '1st July, Victoria Racing Club, Grand National Steeplechase Meeting 1922, Official Programme'. Fair/good condition. {the 1922 grand National Hurdle was won by Fiscom}.

1922 Australian cup: '7th March, Victoria Racing Club, Autumn Meeting 1922, Second Day, Official Programme'. Fair/good condition (covers detached). {the 1922 Australian cup was won by harvest King}.

1920 Melbourne Cup: '2nd Day, 2nd November, Victoria Racing Club, Spring Meeting 1920, Cup Day, Official Programme'.

1906 Melbourne Cup: '6th November, Victoria Racing Club, Spring Meeting 1906, Cup Day, Official Programme'.

Autographs: Tommy Woodcock signature on Phar Lap's 50th Anniversary of winning the Melbourne Cup page, plus Johnny O'Keefe signature on 45rpm record.

McPhillamy 'The Thoroughbred: His Breeding and Rearing' first edition

Makybe Diva/ Glen Boss: 'From Champion to Legend - How Makybe Diva Achieved Equine Immortality' prints (3 - one with tear at base), signed by jockey Glen Boss, each 79 x 53 cm. Plus Valentino Rossi, large signed photograph, limited edition 59/100,

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