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SPORTING MEMORABILIA AUCTION THURSDAY 7 DECEMBER 2017

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AUCTION CATALOGUE VOLUME 10 ISSUE 17

Front Cover 111 1909 SILVER ASHES URN, WITH INITIALS “M.A.N.” ENGRAVED ON FRONT, WOODEN BASE WITH “1909” SILVER PLAQUE, HALLMARKED CHESTER 1906. $50,000 - 70,000

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SPORT IN GENERAL

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1 “THE REFEREE”, AUSTRALIA’S FAMOUS SPORTING NEWSPAPER, 1896 ISSUES BOUND COMPLETE. [COVERS ALL SPORTS OF THE TIME INCLUDING HORSE RACING, CRICKET, FOOTBALL, BOXING] $400-500 2 “THE REFEREE”, AUSTRALIA’S FAMOUS SPORTING NEWSPAPER, 1897 ISSUES BOUND COMPLETE $400-500 3 “THE REFEREE”, AUSTRALIA’S FAMOUS SPORTING NEWSPAPER, 1898 ISSUES BOUND COMPLETE $400-500 4 “THE REFEREE”, AUSTRALIA’S FAMOUS SPORTING NEWSPAPER, 1899 ISSUES BOUND COMPLETE $400-500 5 “THE REFEREE”, AUSTRALIA’S FAMOUS SPORTING NEWSPAPER, 1900 ISSUES BOUND COMPLETE $400-500

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6 1888-1930 SPORT CARDS, NOTED 1888 OLD JUDGE & GYPSY QUEEN “CHAMPIONS” (3); 191213 SNIDERS & ABRAHAMS “FOOTBALLERS” (7). $150-200 6A GREYHOUNDS: ORIGINAL LITHOGRAPH BY R.A.TAYLOR CIRCA 1890’S “COURSING IN AUSTRALIA - OWNER, BREEDER AND TRAINER. A SUNDAY MORNING STROLL.” MINOR FAULTS, WINDOW MOUNTED, OVERALL 41 X 51CM $400-500 7 c1900-87 CIGARETTE & TRADE CARDS (2000), NOTED SNIDERS & ABRAHAMS “HOW TO KEEP FIT” (26); 1920’S THORPS “JOCKEYS” (5). POOR/ VG. $300-500 8 CIRCA 1908-50 FOOTBALL CARDS (53) - CRICKET CARDS (36) - HORSE RACING (7). FAIR/G. $100-200

9 HONOUR CAPS (3), NSW CROSS COUNTRY 1914; AUSTRALIAN CROSS COUNTRY CHAMPIONSHIP 1919; NSW AMATEUR ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION CROSS COUNTRY CHAMPIONSHIP 1924 (F.H.BAILEY). $700-800 9A 9CT GOLD FOB WITH SJC MONOGRAM ON FRONT (ST.JOSEPHS COLLEGE, HUNTERS HILL), ENGRAVED ON REVERSE “F.SATTERTHWAITE, 2ND, MILE H’CAP 1916”. $100-150 9B 9CT GOLD FOB WITH SJC MONOGRAM ON FRONT (ST.JOSEPHS COLLEGE, HUNTERS HILL), ENGRAVED ON REVERSE “WELTER WEIGHT CHAMPION. F.SATTERTHWAITE”. $100-150 9C 9CT GOLD FOB WITH SJC MONOGRAM ON FRONT (ST.JOSEPHS COLLEGE, HUNTERS HILL), ENGRAVED ON REVERSE “G.P.S. EIGHT OAR CHAMPION, 1916, . F.SATTERTHWAITE NO.3”. $100-150


9D ATHLETICS PROGRAMMES (60), 1919-80, INCLUDING STAWELL (23) & BENDIGO (12). $120-150 10 FISHING: HISTORIC PHOTOGRAPHS (29), NOTED 1920S PHOTOS OF COLLINGWOOD ANGLERS CLUB & PRESTON ANGLERS CLUB. $500-600 11 HUBERT “OPPY” OPPERMAN, 2 ORIGINAL PHOTOGRAPHS & 2 ORIGINAL POSTCARDS. $400-500

14 SPORT AUTOGRAPHS, NOTED RICHIE BENAUD, IAN CHAPPELL, GREG CHAPPELL, TREVOR CHAPPELL, DENNIS LILLEE, RON CLARKE & HERB ELLIOTT. $100-150 15 AUTOGRAPHS: MODEL CAR SIGNED PETER BROCK; T-SHIRT SIGNED ED SHEERAN; CAP SIGNED CATHY FREEMAN; SIGNED BOOKS (11) NOTED DAWN FRASER, PAT CASH & DAVID CAMPESE. $200-300

12 SPORTS PRINTS, WITH GOLF (2) AND “EPSOM RUNNING” $100-120

16 ANDREW GAZE, SIGNATURE ON BASKETBALL SINGLET, FRAMED (NO GLASS), OVERALL 87X106CM. $100-120

13 SPORTS TIES (45), NOTED OLYMPICS (12 - INCLUDING TWO 1956 OFFICIAL TIES), COMMONWEALTH GAMES (3), GRAND PRIX (16), AFL (3), CRICKET (7), HORSERACING (3) & RUGBY. $250-300

17 ANDREW GAZE: “SLAM DUNK” BASKETBALL BOARD GAME SIGNED BY ANDREW ON LID; PLUS MELBOURNE TIGERS POSTER WITH 11 SIGNATURES. $100-150 18 SIGNED DISPLAYS (2) ELLE McPHERSON & VINCE GRELLA; IAN THORPE SIGNED BOOK; RUGBY POSTER SIGNED ROCKY ELSOM. $120-150

19 A COLLECTION OF SPORTS BOOKS - INCLUDING COACH’S NOTES OF UNDER 19’S CARLTON FOOTBALL CLUB FOR 1990 $100-120 20 FRAMED DISPLAYS OF CATHY FREEMAN & SUZIE MARONEY. PROVENANCE: RAY STEHR COLLECTION $100-120 21 FRAMED PRINTS (4), NOTED ANDRE AGASSI, SHANE GOULD, DAMIEN FLEMMING & “FIVE DAY WAUGH” $100-150 22 JACK DEMPSEY, PAIR OF FRAMED PHOTOGRAPHS, EACH OVERALL 64 X 79 CM $100-120 23 LIONEL ROSE, (PHOTOGRAPH) TITLED “LIONEL ROSE WITH FAMILY, FRIENDS AND DOG, JACKSON’S CREEK, DROUIN, VICTORIA”, WINDOW MOUNTED FRAME ENGLAZED, 132 X 91 CM $100-120

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CRICKET

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Monty Noble ‘Australia’s greatest all rounder’. Montague Alfred Noble (28 January 1873 – 22 June 1940) was an Australian

at 25.00. He complemented his only century, 133 in 1903, by scoring 16 half-

cricketer who played for New South Wales and Australia. During his long career,

centuries. Noble played 39 of his 42 Tests against England, and the other three

Monty Noble showed exceptional ability in every detail of the game, and by

against South Africa.

many people was regarded as the greatest all-round cricketer produced by Australia. He scored 13,975 first class runs between 1893 and 1920 and took 624

In later life, he coached and played for club level teams, including Paddington

wickets. He made 37 centuries – including a best of 284 in 1902 – and set several

Cricket Club with which he had a long-standing connection throughout

partnership and high-score records for his State team.

his career. He moved from banking to dentistry, and also became a noted commentator and broadcaster. His principal memorial is the M.A. Noble stand

He played 42 Tests for his country, and captained the team for 15 of these

at the Sydney Cricket Ground.

between 1903 and 1909. Only the 12th captain of his country, he won eight of these games, lost five and drew two. Between his first Test in January 1898 and his last in August 1909, he scored 1,997 runs at 30.25 and took 121 wickets

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24 “FELIX ON THE BAT”, BY NICHOLAS WANOSTROCHT [LONDON, 1845]. $600-800 25 “CRICKET. SKETCHES OF THE PLAYERS” BY DENISON [LONDON, 1846], REBOUND PRESERVING ORIGINAL WRAPPERS. FAIR/GOOD CONDITION $2,000-2,500 26 “THE HANDBOOK OF CRICKET” BY EDMUND ROUTLEDGE, 2ND EDITION, [LONDON, 1862], FAIR CONDITION $150-200 27 “FREDERICK LILLYWHITE’S CRICKET SCORES AND BIOGRAPHIES” VOLUMES I-XIII AND XV BY LILYWHITE/HAYGARTH [LONDON, 1862-1925]. FAIR/GOOD CONDITION $2,000-2,500 28 “WISDEN CRICKETERS ALMANACK”, COMPLETE RUN 1864-1997, EX RADCLIFFE GRACE. THE 186478 EDITIONS REPRINTS UNIFORMLY BOUND IN BROWN CLOTH; ORIGINAL HARDBACKS FOR 1910, 1913, 1916, 1921, 1929 & 1949; OTHER ISSUES 1879-1937 REBOUND IN BROWN CLOTH; 1938-72 ISSUES IN LIMP YELLOW CLOTH; 1973-97 ISSUES HARDCOVER WITH DUSTJACKET. $20,000-25,000

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29 DISPLAY CASE FOR WISDENS, TWO SHELVES WITH GLASS FRONT, OVERALL 165 X 43 CM $300-400 30 DISPLAY CASE FOR WISDENS, TWO SHELVES WITH GLASS FRONT, OVERALL 165 X 43 CM $300-400 31 “WISDEN CRICKETERS ALMANACK”, WILLOW REPRINTS 1879-96, GOOD CONDITION $1,500-1,800

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32 WILLIAM LLOYD MURDOCH, SIGNATURE ON PIECE. [WILLIAM MURDOCH PLAYED 19 TESTS 1877-92, INCLUDING 16 AS CAPTAIN. AUSTRALIA’S 2nd CAPTAIN. HE CAPTAINED SUSSEX 1893-99, AND PLAYED A TEST FOR ENGLAND, ONE OF 5 PLYERS TO REPRESENT BOTH AUSTRALIA & ENGLAND IN A TEST]. $400-500 33 A CRICKET BALL, WITH TEXT “PRESENTED TO MR CLOVIS MAINON BY THE R.C.C. 1ST ELEVEN, FOR TAKING THE WHOLE OF THE I.O. E.M. 1ST ELEVEN, 6TH NOV. 1880.” ON WOODEN STAND $200-300

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34 MELBOURNE CRICKET CLUB: 1882-83 MEMBER’S SEASON TICKET. GOOD CONDITION. $1,500-2,000 35 1882-83 STERLING SILVER CRICKET FOB, ENGRAVED ON REVERSE “PRESENTED TO, H.W POONSETT, BY A.C.C. BATTING SEASON 1882-3”. $100-120

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36 MELBOURNE CRICKET CLUB: 1887-88 MEMBER’S SEASON TICKET. FAIR CONDITION. $1,000-1,500 37 VANITY FAIR PRINTS (7), INCLUDING “OXFORD CRICKET”, “A FLANNELLED FIGHTER” AND “K. S. RANJITSINHJI”, EACH FRAMED & GLAZED ABOUT 42 X 57 CM $300-400 38 MELBOURNE CRICKET CLUB: AN INTERESTING AND IMPORTANT EARLY CRICKET CAP CIRCA 1880’S. EARLY CLOTH AND STITCHING, POSSIBLY ASSOCIATED WITH THE 1880’S AUSTRALIA V ENGLAND MATCHES. A WONDERFUL FIND. $1,000-1,200

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40 C1890S-1910 “DUKE & SON” FULL SIZE CRICKET BAT, WITH CARICATURE OF UNCLE TED ON FRONT, AND SIGNED ON FRONT AND REVERSE BY C 154 CRICKETERS, NOTED GEORGE HEARNE, FRANK WOOLLEY, GEORGE HIRST, A.A. LILLEY, JOSEPH HARDSTAFF, JOHN & GEORGE GUNN, LORD HAWKE AND NINE OF THE 1909 AUSTRALIAN TEAM INCLUDING VICTOR TRUMPER, WARWICK ARMSTRONG & WARREN BARDSLEY $5,000-7,000 41 W. G. GRACE, PAINTING BY UNKNOWN ARTIST, 71 X 102 CM $200-300 41A “CRICKET” BY W.G.GRACE [BRISTOL, 1891], PERSONALLY AUTOGRAPHED BY W.G.GRACE, AND WITH ENDORSEMENT TO MONTY NOBLE FROM CRICKET HISTORIAN ALFRED GASTON. FAIR CONDITION (SPINE MISSING). $500-600 42 LARGE EARLY CRICKET SCRAPBOOK c1891-92 TO 1902. NOTED TEST CRICKET AUSTRALIA V ENGLAND, INCLUDING TRUMPER & MONTY NOBLE; EARLY SYDNEY ELECTORATE & GRADE CRICKET. $100-150

43 EARLY ELECTORATE CRICKET SCOREBOOK, NOTED PADDINGTONIAN CRICKET CLUB; GLEBE V PADDINGTON OCT.3 1892 INCLUDING A.C.BANNERMAN & NOBLE; MATCHES UP TO 1895. PLUS ANOTHER EARLY SCOREBOOK WITH SOME INTERESTING NAMES. $600-800 44 “KINGS OF CRICKET” BY RICHARD DAFT [BRISTOL, 1893]. GOOD CONDITION $50-60 45 PADDINGTON CRICKET CLUB: ANNUAL REPORT 1896-97; PLUS RULES & BYLAWS c1927. $120-150 46 PADDINGTON CRICKET CLUB, WINNERS OF PREMIERSHIP & HORDERN SHIELD 1894-95, NOTED CAPTAIN A.C.BANNERMAN, E.NOBLE & KELLY. $1,000-1,200 47 CRICKET AUTOGRAPHS: SIGNED PICTURES, PIECES & BOOKS (17 ITEMS), NOTED CLEM HILL, C.B.FRY, DON BRADMAN & ARTHUR MORRIS. $200-300

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48 “WISDEN CRICKETERS ALMANACK” FOR 1897, REBOUND IN BLUE CLOTH WITH FRONT AND BACK WRAPPERS, FAIR/GOOD CONDITION $200-250 49 MONTY NOBLE’S COPPER VESTA CASE, DEPICTING NELSON’S FLAGSHIP WITH LEGEND “THIS ARTICLE IS WARRANTED MADE OF COPPER FROM HMS FOUDROYANT”, AND ENGRAVED “M.A.NOBLE”. $200-300 50 MONTY NOBLE’S 18CT GOLD SHEFFIELD SHIELD WINNER’S FOB, ON FRONT “SHEFFIELD BADGE”, ENGRAVED ON REVERSE “WON BY N.S.W./ M.A.NOBLE/ 1897”. $1,000-1,500

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51 PADDINGTON CRICKET CLUB, c1897, WINNERS OF THE SHIELD, NOTED CAPTAIN MONTY NOBLE, VICTOR TRUMPER & A.C.BANNERMAN. VERY RARE. $1,200-1,500 52 1897-98 NSW INTERCOLONIAL CRICKET TEAM, MELBOURNE & ADELAIDE TOUR, EARLY PHOTO BY MCGANN, INCLUDING TOM GARRETT (CAPTAIN) TRUMPER & NOBLE $1,200-1,500 53 1897 EARLY NSW V QUEENSLAND PHOTOGRAPH, TRUMPER’S FIRST INTERSTATE TOUR, NOTED IREDALE (CAPTAIN), NOBLE, HOPKINS, HOWELL $1,200-1,500 53

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54 “WISDEN CRICKETERS ALMANACK” FOR 1898, REBOUND IN BLUE CLOTH, WITH FRONT AND BACK WRAPPERS, FAIR/GOOD CONDITION $150-200 55 “SCORES OF THE CRICKET MATCHES BETWEEN OXFORD & CAMBRIDGE” BY HENRY PERKINS [LONDON, 1898]. FAIR/GOOD CONDITION $40-50 56 CRICKET BOOKS (6) IN VARIED CONDITION, NOTED “WITH BAT AND BALL” BY GEORGE GIFFEN [LONDON, 1898]. $100-150 57 PADDINGTON BASEBALL CLUB, c1898, EXTREMELY RARE LARGE PHOTOGRAPH, NEVER SEEN BEFORE. NOTED VICTOR TRUMPER, MONTY NOBLE & J.J.KELLY. $1,400-1,800 58 1898-99 NORTH SYDNEY CRICKET CLUB, WINNERS SHIELD - PREMIERSHIP, NOTED P.C.CHARLTON (CAPTAIN - 2 TESTS 1890), REGGIE DUFF & A.J.HOPKINS $1,200-1,500

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59 “WISDEN CRICKETERS ALMANACK” FOR 1899, REBOUND IN BLUE CLOTH, WITH FRONT AND BACK WRAPPERS, FAIR/GOOD CONDITION $150-200 60 “THE BOOK OF CRICKET. A NEW GALLERY OF FAMOUS PLAYERS” BY C. B. FRY [LONDON, 1899], FAIR CONDITION $150-200

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61 MONTY NOBLE’S 15CT GOLD VESTA CASE, ENGRAVED ON ONE SIDE “SOUVENIR OF TENTH AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN 1899, M.A.NOBLE FROM C.W.LAVER”, AND ON OTHER SIDE WITH AUSTRALIAN COAT-OF-ARMS. $1,500-2,000 62 GENTLEMAN’S WALKING CANE HANDLE, CARVED IVORY WITH KANGAROO HOLDING BAT & LION HOLDING BALL, MARKED M.NOBLE, FROM M.F./ MANCHESTER 1899”.* $500-1,000 63 MONTY NOBLE’S WALKING STICK HANDLE, POSSIBLY BUFFALO HORN. $100-150

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64 MONTY NOBLE, PHOTOGRAPH OF MONTY’S BOWLING ACTION, BY W.W.ROUGH, LONDON. PHOTO SIZE 19X24CM (MOUNT DAMAGED). $150-200 65 MONTY NOBLE’S PHOTOGRAPHS (8), NOTED SCHOOL PHOTOGRAPH, CABINET CARD OF MONTY NOBLE, VICTOR RICHARDSON, 1930 AUSTRALIAN TEAM MEETING KING GEORGE V. $500-600 66 MONTY NOBLE, CABINET CARD PHOTOGRAPH BY KERRY & CO., SYDNEY, SIGNED ON REVERSE. $300-400 67 MONTY NOBLE, CABINET CARD PHOTOGRAPH BY CROWN STUDIOS, SYDNEY $200-250 68 AN ACCOUNT OF THE 1899 AUSTRALIA V ENGLAND CRICKET SEASON FROM “REVIEW OF REVIEWS” 1899. WONDERFUL INFO & PICS $80-100

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69 VICTOR TRUMPER BRONZE STATUE, FIRST CAST, SIGNED BY ARTIST, LOUIS LAMEN, MAQUETTE FOR THE LARGER STATUE OUTSIDE THE SYDNEY CRICKET GROUND. $2,500-3,000 70 VICTOR TRUMPER: JACK POLLARD’S FILE ON VICTOR TRUMPER. THE WONDERFUL COMPILER OF SPORTS BOOKS KEPT AN INTERESTING TRUMPER FILE. $400-500 71 VICTOR TRUMPER: A ‘SYDNEY MORNING HERALD’ NEWSPAPER FILE ON VICTOR TRUMPER. INTERESTING WITH GREAT PICS $500-600

72 VICTOR TRUMPER: SHARPHAM’S FILE ON VICTOR TRUMPER, USED IN PRODUCTION OF HIS WONDERFUL BOOK. $500-600 73 VICTOR TRUMPER: THREE CRICKET BOOKS - “VICTOR TRUMPER THE BEAU IDEAL OF A CRICKETER” BY VASANT RAIJI (SIGNED BY AUTHOR); “TRUMPER” BY SHARPHAM (SIGNED); “THE 1899 AUSTRALIANS IN ENGLAND” BY SHARPHAM. $120-150

74 VICTOR TRUMPER: FOUR COLLECTABLES - “HOW MCDOUGALL TOPPED THE SCORE” BY THOS SPENCER; MCC TOUR AUSTRALIA 1903-04 BY R.CARDWELL (SIGNED O’REILLY); “84 NOT OUT” ; TRUMPER T-SHIRT. $200-250 75 C1900 SET OF 3 VICTORIAN CRICKET STUMPS, WITH SHAPED BRASS BANDS AT TOP, HANDSTAMPED BY MAKER “E.J PAGE, KENNINGTON, SURREY”, WITH PURPOSE BUILT WOODEN DISPLAY STAND TO HOLD STUMPS PLUS TWO BATS AND BALL $250-300

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76 C1900 SET OF 3 VICTORIAN CRICKET STUMPS, WITH SHAPED BRASS BANDS AT TOP, HANDSTAMPED BY MAKER “E. KENNINGTON, SURREY”, WITH PURPOSE BUILT WOODEN DISPLAY STAND $200-250 77 “THE WALKERS OF SOUTHGATE. A FAMOUS BROTHERHOOD OF CRICKETERS” BY BETTESWORTH [LONDON, 1900]. GOOD CONDITION $50-60 80 “WISDEN CRICKETERS ALMANACK” FOR 1900, REBOUND IN BLUE CLOTH, WITH FRONT AND BACK WRAPPERS, FAIR/GOOD CONDITION $150-200

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81 “WISDEN CRICKETERS ALMANACK” FOR 1901, REBOUND IN BLUE CLOTH, WITH FRONT AND BACK WRAPPERS, GOOD CONDITION $150-200

84 “WISDEN CRICKETERS ALMANACK” FOR 1902, REBOUND IN BLUE CLOTH, WITH FRONT AND BACK WRAPPERS, GOOD CONDITION $120-150

82 PADDINGTON C.C. SCOREBOOK c1901-1903. 1ST GRADE WHICH INCLUDES TRUMPER, NOBLE, KELLY, BANNERMAN, IREDALE. INCLUDES VICTOR TRUMPER’S MOST SENSATIONAL INNINGS OF 335 AGAINST REDFERN AT REDFERN OVAL. RARE. $1,600-2,000

85 “HISTORY OF THE ROCHDALE CRICKET CLUB 1824-1902. PRESENTED TO M.A.NOBLE WITH COMPLIMENTS OF THE R.C.C.”. $150-200

83 ORIGINAL SCOREBOOK PAGES, INCLUDING VICTORIA V NSW DEC.1901; NSW V STH AUST 1900; NSW V STH AUST 1903. $500-600

86 1902 AUSTRALIAN TOUR TO ENGLAND: SILK SCORECARDS FOR 3RD TEST (NOBLE 6/51 & 4/52) & 5TH TEST (3). PROVENANCE: MONTY NOBLE COLLECTION. $400-500 87 ANOTHER EARLY CRICKET SCOREBOOK WITH MATCHES 1902-1903. $400-500


88 CIRCA 1902 NSW CRICKET PHOTOGRAPH BY KERRY & CO, SYDNEY, INCLUDING GREGORY, NOBLE, TRUMPER, IREDALE, DUFF & JACK MARSH $1,200-1,500

92 “WISDEN CRICKETERS ALMANACK” FOR 1904, REBOUND IN BLUE CLOTH, WITH FRONT WRAPPER, FAIR/GOOD CONDITION $100-150

89 “WISDEN CRICKETERS ALMANACK” FOR 1903, REBOUND IN BLUE CLOTH, WITH FRONT AND BACK WRAPPERS, FAIR/GOOD CONDITION $200-250

93 MONTY NOBLE’S 15CT GOLD SHEFFIELD SHIELD WINNER’S FOB, ON FRONT “SHEFFIELD SHIELD TROPHY 1892”, ENGRAVED ON REVERSE “WON BY N.S.W./ M.A.NOBLE/ SEASON 1904-5”. $1,000-1,500

90 MONTY NOBLE’S 15CT GOLD SHEFFIELD SHIELD WINNER’S FOB, ON FRONT “SHEFFIELD SHIELD TROPHY 1892”, ENGRAVED ON REVERSE “WON BY N.S.W./ M.A.NOBLE/ SEASON 1903-4”. $1,000-1,500 91 1903-04 AUSTRALIA V ENGLAND TEST SERIES: AN ORIGINAL A.H.FULLWOOD PEN & INK DRAWING WHICH WAS PRODUCED FOR THE FIRST TEST, TITLED “ENGLAND BATTING” $1,600-1,800

94 “WISDEN CRICKETERS ALMANACK” FOR 1905, REBOUND IN BLUE CLOTH, WITH FRONT AND BACK WRAPPERS, FAIR/GOOD CONDITION $100-150

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96 1905 AUSTRALIAN TEAM, TEAM PHOTOGRAPH OF THE PLAYERS IN THEIR BLAZERS & CAPS, BY CAMPBELL & GRACE, LONDON, OVERALL 25X30CM. PROVENANCE: MONTY NOBLE COLLECTION. $1,500-2,000 97 1905 AUSTRALIAN TEAM, TEAM PHOTOGRAPH OF THE PLAYERS IN THEIR BLAZERS & CAPS, BY REINHOLD THIELE, LONDON, OVERALL 30X25CM. PROVENANCE: MONTY NOBLE COLLECTION. $1,200-1,500 98 1905 AUSTRALIAN TEAM, LARGE TEAM PHOTOGRAPH (FAULTS) OF THE PLAYERS IN THEIR BLAZERS & CAPS, BY BOLLAND OF LONDON, OVERALL 62X46CM. PROVENANCE: MONTY NOBLE COLLECTION. $600-800

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99 GROUP WITH CHEVALLIER TAYLER PRINT OF MONTY NOBLE; MENU FOR DINNER AT END OF 1934 ASHES SERIES; POSTCARDS 0F 1905 & 1930 AUSTRALIAN TEAMS; BELL-RINGER’S SHEETS. $150-250 100 VICTOR TRUMPER: FRAMED “STEP OUT TO DRIVE” FAMOUS IMAGE BY BELDAM, SIGNED BY TRUMPER & BELDAM $1,800-2,200 101 VICTOR TRUMPER: ORIGINAL DRAWING BY HAWKINS IN THE MANNER OF CHEVALIER TAYLER PRINTS $500-600 102 LINEN TABLE CLOTH, ENGLAND V AUSTRALIA 1905, EMBROIDERED OVER SIGNATURES OF PLAYERS FROM BOTH SIDES. $800-1,000

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103 “WISDEN CRICKETERS ALMANACK” FOR 1906, REBOUND IN BLUE CLOTH, WITH FRONT AND BACK WRAPPERS, GOOD CONDITION $120-150

107 “WISDEN CRICKETERS ALMANACK” FOR 1908, REBOUND IN BLUE CLOTH, WITH FRONT AND BACK WRAPPERS, FAIR/GOOD CONDITION $120-150

104 MONTY NOBLE’S SILVER DUCK TALISMAN (LUCKY CHARM), PROBABLY FROM A GENTLEMAN’S WALKING CANE, HALLMARKED BIRMINGHAM 1906. $300-500

108 “CRICKET OF TO-DAY AND YESTERDAY” BY PERCY CROSS STANDING, [LONDON, 1908], IN TWO VOLUMES, FAIR CONDITION $150-200

105 MELBOURNE CRICKET CLUB: 1906-7 MEMBERSHIP BADGE. $500-600 106 “WISDEN CRICKETERS ALMANACK” FOR 1907, REBOUND IN BLUE CLOTH, WITH FRONT AND BACK WRAPPERS, FAIR/GOOD CONDITION $120-150

109 MONTY NOBLE’S STERLING SILVER TEA SERVICE AND TRAY: $7,000-10,000 110 “WISDEN CRICKETERS ALMANACK” FOR 1909, REBOUND IN BLUE CLOTH, WITH FRONT AND BACK WRAPPERS, GOOD CONDITION $100-150

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The 1909 ‘Monty Noble’ Ashes Urn The 1909 Ashes Urn, which was presented to Australia’s Cricket Captain,

future wife, Florence Morphy, presented Bligh with a small urn inside a velvet

Monty Noble on his team’s victory over England presents a once in a lifetime

bag, said to contain ‘The Ashes’.

opportunity to acquire an original Ashes Trophy. The original urn remained with the Bligh family until it was, at Bligh’s request, Although it stands at only approximately 10cm high, the Ashes Urn has, since its

bequeathed to Lord’s Cricket Club where it remains on display.

inception, been the most fiercely contested trophy in Test cricket, representing the enduring competition between Australia and England.

Over the years, several urns were created to symbolise the mythical ‘Ashes’

The ‘Ashes’ originates from the 1882 Test series when Australia played and

and held aloft by victorious teams. However, the Monty Noble urn, which was

defeated England – the first defeat for England on home soil - and journalist

presented to him by Ivo Bligh’s wife, Lady Darnley, is one of only three known

Reginald Brooks published his now famous obituary in The Sporting Times,

remaining urns in private hands (two of which are on loan to Melbourne Cricket

mourning the ‘death’ of ‘English Cricket and stating the ‘Ashes’ would be taken

Club Museum).

to Australia. Since the 1998–99 Ashes series, a Waterford Crystal representation of the Ashes Later that year Ivo Bligh captained England’s team on their tour to Australia, and

urn has been presented to the winners of The Ashes series as the official trophy.

the British media dubbed the tour a quest to regain ‘The Ashes’. Max Williamson, Head of Sporting Memorabilia England won the Test series 2-1 and a group of Melbourne ladies, including his

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111 1909 SILVER ASHES URN, WITH INITIALS “M.A.N.” ENGRAVED ON FRONT, WOODEN BASE WITH “1909” SILVER PLAQUE, HALLMARKED CHESTER 1906. $50,000-70,000

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117 MONTY NOBLE: SIGNATURE IN EXERCISE BOOK (BLANK BUT FIRST PAGE DENOTES SUBJECTS AS CHEMISTRY & ANATOMY); PLUS SIGNATURE ON PAGE. $200-250 118 MONTY NOBLE, CABINET CARD PHOTOGRAPH BY BOLLAND OF LONDON. $200-250 119 ACTION PHOTOGRAPH OF MONTY NOBLE BATTING IN ENGLAND; PLUS PHOTO OF SLIPS CORDON (BATSMAN WEARING SKELETON PADS). $100-200 120 A SCARCE PHOTOGRAPHIC POSTCARD AUSTRALIA & NORTHAMPTONSHIRE CRICKET TEAMS 1909 $120-150

122 112 FRUIT KNIVES & FORKS, SILVER-PLATED WITH MOTHER OF PEARL HANDLES, SETTING OF 6 IN WOODEN CASE, WITH CARD “WITH BEST WISHES, FRANK LAVER”. $200-250

114A SCRAPBOOK, WITH GILT TITLE “AUSTRALIAN CRICKET TEAM TOUR 1909”, WITH PRESS CLIPPINGS FROM 4TH TEST ONWARDS; PLUS RANGE OF OTHER CLIPPINGS 1899-1943. $150-250

113 1909 AUSTRALIAN TEAM: VERY LARGE ORIGINAL PHOTOGRAPH BY BOLLAND, NOTED MONTY NOBLE (CAPTAIN) & VICTOR TRUMPER. FRAMED IN BIRD’S EYE MAPLE $1,800-2,200

115 MONTY NOBLE’S SILVER CIGARETTE CASE, WITH “MAN” MONOGRAM ON FRONT, HALLMARKED BIRMINGHAM, 1918. $300-500

114 FRANK LAVER: REPRINTED PHOTOGRAPHS (80) FROM HIS TOURS WITH THE AUSTRALIAN CRICKETERS 1899, 1905 & 1909. $500-600

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116 CIRCULAR COPPER PRESENTATION TRAY WITH MONOGRAM “MAN” AT CENTRE. PROVENANCE: MONTY NOBLE COLLECTION. $200-300

121 “WISDEN CRICKETERS ALMANACK” FOR 1910, REBOUND IN BLUE CLOTH, WITH FRONT AND BACK WRAPPERS, GOOD CONDITION $100-150 122 1910-11 AUSTRALIA V SOUTH AFRICA, VERY LARGE FRAMED PHOTOGRAPH SIGNED BY BOTH TEAMS. PROVENANCE: VICTOR TRUMPER’S OWN COLLECTION. A SUPERB OWNERSHIP PIECE IN ORIGINAL CONDITION $8,000-10,000 123 1910-11 AUSTRALIAN TEAM V SOUTH AFRICA, LARGE PHOTOGRAPH, NOTED CLEM HILL (CAPTAIN) & VICTOR TRUMPER $1,200-1,500

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124 “CRICKETER’S AUTOGRAPH BIRTHDAY BOOK” BY T.BROADBENT TROWSDALE [UK, 1906]. SCARCE $300-400 125 “WISDEN CRICKETERS ALMANACK” FOR 1911, REBOUND IN BLUE CLOTH, WITH FRONT AND BACK WRAPPERS, GOOD CONDITION $100-150 126 FULL SIZE CRICKET BAT FROM A 1911 CHARITY MATCH, SIGNED ON REVERSE BY 80 ENGLISH CRICKETERS (ABOUT HALF TEST PLAYERS), NOTED TOM RICHARDSON, T.HAYWARD, J.B.HOBBS, J.W.H.T.DOUGLAS, C.B.FRY, J.W.HEARNE, J.T. TYLDESLEY, F.E. WOOLLEY, G.H. HIRST, W.RHODES, A.C.MACLAREN & P.F.WARNER, FRAMED & GLAZED IN DISPLAY CASE, OVERALL 38 X 113 CM. SUPERB AND UNIQUE PIECE FROM THE GOLDEN AGE OF CRICKET $6,000-8,000 127 “GUNN & MOORE” CRICKET BAT OWNED BY DR HERBERT V. “RANJI” HORDERN, SIGNED BY 191112 ENGLAND & AUSTRALIA TEAMS DURING FIFTH TEST AT SCG, WITH A TOTAL OF 23 SIGNATURES INCLUDING CLEM HILL, VICTOR TRUMPER, WARWICK ARMSTRONG, SYD GREGORY & HERBERT HORDERN $10,000-12,000 128 DISPLAY CASE FOR CRICKET BATS, GLASS FRONT, OVERALL 165 X 43 CM $300-400 129 “WISDEN CRICKETERS ALMANACK” FOR 1912, REBOUND IN BLUE CLOTH, WITH FRONT AND BACK WRAPPERS, GOOD CONDITION $100-150 130 L.W.DODGE & CO SPORT CATALOGUE 1912-13. (DODGE TOOK OVER TRUMPER’S SPORTS STORE). PLUS POST CARD OF DODGE’S SPORTS STORE AT 10-12 HUNTER ST, SYDNEY. GREAT ADS FOR TRUMPER BATS $120-150

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131 “WISDEN CRICKETERS ALMANACK” FOR 1913, REBOUND IN BLUE CLOTH, WITH FRONT AND BACK WRAPPERS, GOOD CONDITION $120-150

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135 “WISDEN CRICKETERS ALMANACK” FOR 1915, REBOUND IN BLUE CLOTH, WITH FRONT AND BACK WRAPPERS, FAIR/GOOD CONDITION $100-150 136 “WISDEN CRICKETERS ALMANACK” FOR 1916, REBOUND IN BLUE CLOTH, WITH FRONT AND BACK WRAPPERS, FAIR/GOOD CONDITION $1,200-1,500 137 “WISDEN CRICKETERS ALMANACK” FOR 1917, REBOUND IN BLUE CLOTH, WITH FRONT AND BACK WRAPPERS, FAIR/GOOD CONDITION $200-250 138 “WISDEN CRICKETERS ALMANACK” FOR 1918, REBOUND IN BLUE CLOTH, WITH FRONT AND BACK WRAPPERS, FAIR/GOOD CONDITION $400-500 139 “WISDEN CRICKETERS ALMANACK” FOR 1919, REBOUND IN BLUE CLOTH, WITH FRONT AND BACK WRAPPERS, GOOD CONDITION $300-400 140 “WISDEN CRICKETERS ALMANACK” FOR 192029, REBOUND IN BLUE CLOTH, FAIR/GOOD CONDITION $600-800

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132 VICTOR TRUMPER’S TESTIMONIAL 1913: DECLORATION OF TRUST, AN OFFICIAL TRUSTEE’S DOCUMENT, SIGNED. RARE $800-1,000 133 1913 NSW V TASMANIA: ORIGINAL FRAMED PHOTO & SCOREBOOK, PLUS POSTCARD. COLLINS 282, TRUMPER A HEROIC 87. A GREAT COMBINATION $1,200-1,500 134 “WISDEN CRICKETERS ALMANACK” FOR 1914, REBOUND IN BLUE CLOTH, WITH FRONT AND BACK WRAPPERS, GOOD CONDITION $120-150

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141 “GUNN & MOORE” CRICKET BAT WITH PIECE CUT-OUT, SHOWING C 235 SIGNATURES ON FRONT, REVERSE AND INSIDE, INCLUDING 1921 AUSTRALIA & ENGLAND TEAMS, 1948 INVINCIBLES, 1960-61 WEST INDIES AND A RANGE OF C1900-20 ENGLISH TEST PLAYERS. NOTED 18 AUSTRALIAN CAPTAINS COMPRISING DON BRADMAN, JOE DARLING, CLEM HILL, WARWICK ARMSTRONG & RICHIE BENAUD. PROVENANCE: JACK RYDER. $12,000-15,000 141A DISPLAY CASE FOR CRICKET BATS, GLASS FRONT, OVERALL 165 X 43 CM $300-400 142 “WITH THE 15TH AUSTRALIAN XI” BY SYDNEY SMITH [SYDNEY, 1922]. $100-150

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144 1926 AUSTRALIAN TOUR TO ENGLAND: DISPLAY WITH PHOTOGRAPH OF ORIENT LINE R.M.S. “OTRANTO” SIGNED BY THE AUSTRALIAN TEAM, 17 SIGNATURES INCLUDING HERBERT COLLINS (CAPTAIN), WARREN BARDSLEY, BILL PONSFORD & CLARRIE GRIMMETT, WINDOW MOUNTED WITH POST CARD “THE AUSTRALIAN TEAM 1926” OVERALL 41 X 51CM $1,200-1,500 145 FOUNTAIN PEN, WITH 9CT GOLD BAND, ENGRAVED “PRESENTED TOMR M.A.NOBLE BY THE MEMBERS OF PADDINGTON DISTRICT CRICKET CLUB 12.3.26”. $200-300 146 MONTY NOBLE TROPHIES: NSW HALL OF CHAMPIONS GLASS CERTIFICATE; PLUS 1930 SILVER-PLATED BILLIARDS TROPHY. $100-150

143 TEAM PHOTOGRAPH, “AUSTRALIAN JUNIORS V ENGLAND, SYDNEY CRICKET GROUND DEC 13TH, 15TH, 16TH 1924/ PRESENTED TO M.A.NOBLE ESQ, AS A TOKEN OF ESTEEM, AND IN APPRECIATION OF SERVICES RENDERED TO NSW JUNIOR CRICKET UNION AS COACH AND CAPTAIN”. SOME FAULTS TO MOUNT, OVERALL 49X41CM. $100-150

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148 DON BRADMAN, SIGNATURE ON LARGE PHOTOGRAPH OF BRADMAN’S STRAIGHT DRIVE, 41 X 51 CM. $600-800 149 DON BRADMAN, SIGNATURE ON LARGE PHOTOGRAPH OF BRADMAN WALKING OUT TO BAT AT THE MCG DURING HIS INNINGS OF 270 IN 3RD TEST V ENGLAND 1936-37, 41 X 51 CM. $600-800 150 1929 WILLS “CRICKETERS, 2ND SERIES” [50]; PLUS PLAYERS “CRICKETERS 1930” [50]. G/VG. $150-200 151 “WISDEN CRICKETERS ALMANACK” FOR 193039, REBOUND IN BLUE CLOTH, FAIR/GOOD CONDITION $900-1,200 152 CRICKET EPHEMERA (63 ITEMS), NOTED 1930 MENU FOR VCA DINNER TO CELEBRATE REGAINING THE ASHES & 1958 “VISIT OF ENGLAND & SOUTH AUSTRALIAN WOMEN CRICKETERS TO MOUNT GAMBIER”. $200-300 148

153 ARCHIE JACKSON, SIGNATURE ON HIS POSTCARD FROM “1930 AUSTRALIAN TEST TEAM SERIES”. [ARCHIE JACKSON PLAYED 8 TESTS 192931, BEFORE TRAGICALLY DYING OF TB AT 23]. $200-250 154 “A GREETING FROM BILL HOWELL” PHOTOGRAPH OF VARIOUS CRICKET ARTIFACTS CIRCA 1930’S, INCLUDING BRADMAN. $100-120 155 EDDIE GILBERT, SIGNATURE ON TEAM PICTURE. [EDDIE GILBERT, ABORIGINAL FAST BOWLER, PLAYED 23 MATCHES FOR QUEENSLAND 1930-36]. RARE AUTOGRAPH. $300-400 156 “THE SPORTING GLOBE CRICKET BOOK” FOR 1932-3 (BODYLINE) & 1936-7. $100-150 157 1932 GODFREY PHILLIPS “TEST CRICKETERS 19321933” [38]. G/VG. $100-120

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166 DON BRADMAN: RARE GRIFFITHS CHOCOLATES LAPEL BADGE “D.G.BRADMAN”. $100-150 167 A FULL SIZE SIGNED CRICKET BAT FROM THE 1936-37 AND 1954-55 TEST SERIES, SIGNED BY THE AUSTRALIAN AND ENGLISH TEAMS FROM THE 1936-37 AND 1954-55 ASHES SERIES $1,500-2,000 168 PANORAMIC PHOTOGRAPH OF THE MCG c1937 WITH SOUTHERN STAND ALMOST COMPLETED, 31X9CM. $100-150

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158 1932-33 ENGLAND “BODYLINE” TEAM, TEAM PHOTOGRAPH OF THE PLAYERS IN THEIR BLAZERS, ENDORSED AT TOP “MCC TEAM IN AUSTRALIA 1932-3”, OVERALL 46X38CM. PROVENANCE: MONTY NOBLE COLLECTION. $250-300 159 1933 “THE BULLETIN” MAGAZINE WITH BDV ADVERT ON FRONT COVER FEATURING DON BRADMAN CRICKET CARD. $100-120 160 1933 VICTORIA V SOUTH AUSTRALIA, SIZE 4 CRICKET BAT SIGNED BY DON BRADMAN, BOTH TEAMS & UMPIRE. NOTED BILL WOODFULL, BILL PONSFORD & VIC RICHARDSON. $1,500-2,000 161 “JARDINE JUSTIFIED” BY BRUCE HARRIS [LONDON, 1933] WITH ENCLOSED LETTER FROM AUTHOR TO SCORER BILL FERGUSON. $100-150 162 1934 DUDGEON & ARNELL (PATROL TOBACCO) “1934 AUSTRALIAN TEST TEAM” [14/16]. MAINLY G/VG. $150-200

162A 1934 AUSTRALIAN TOUR TO ENGLAND: DISPLAY COMPRISING AUTOGRAPH PAGE SIGNED BY AUSTRALIAN TEAM 13 SIGNATURES INCLUDING DON BRADMAN, BILL WOODFULL & BILL BROWN; COPY OF REVERSE SHOWING ENGLAND TEAM SIGNATURES; POSTCARD “AUSTRALIAN CRICKET TEAM, ENGLAND, 1934”; PLUS ORIGINAL SCORE CARD FOR THIRD TEST. OVERALL 61 X 51CM $1,200-1,500 163 1934-53 CRICKET CARDS, NOTED PLAYERS “CRICKETERS 1934” [50] & “CRICKETERS 1938” [50]; 1953 MORNING FOODS “TEST CRICKETERS” [25]. MAINLY G/VG. $200-250 164 DON BRADMAN BRONZE SCULPTURE ON WOODEN PLINTH, ORIGINALLY CAST IN PLASTER AROUND 1935, NO.13 OF 20 CAST IN BRONZE BY MERIDIAN FOR ODANA EDITIONS & JOSEF LEBOVIC GALLERY IN 2001. THE HEAD PORTION WAS USED AS A MODEL FOR A TOBY JUG PRODUCED IN JAPAN IN THE MID 1930S. $2,000-2,500 165 DON BRADMAN: RARE ADVERTISING BADGE “DON BRADMAN/ HEAR AND SEE HIM/ ON FOX MOVIETONE NEWS”. $80-100

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169 1938 AUSTRALIAN TOUR TO ENGLAND; BADGE SHOWING KANGAROO & LION IN MAP OF AUSTRALIA WITH TEXT “AUSTRALIAN XI IN ENGLAND 1938” PROVENANCE: RAY STEHR COLLECTION, BELIEVED SWAPPED WITH DON BRADMAN OR SID BARNES. $150-200 170 1938 AUSTRALIAN TEAM TO ENGLAND: DISPLAY WITH AUSTRALIAN TEAM SHEET WITH 17 SIGNATURES INCLUDING DON BRADMAN, LINDSAY HASSETT & SID BARNES (SCARCE); POSTCARD “AUSTRALIAN TEAM 1938”; ORIGINAL SCORE CARD FOR SECOND TEST AT LORDS. WINDOW MOUNTED, OVERALL 61 X 51CM $800-1,000 170

171 1938 AUSTRALIAN TOUR TO ENGLAND: DISPLAY COMPRISING AUTOGRAPH PAGE WITH 15 SIGNATURES INCLUDING DON BRADMAN, STAN MCCABE, LINDSAY HASSETT; PICTURE SIGNED BY DON BRADMAN; ORIGINAL SCORECARD FROM FIRST TEST AT TRENT BRIDGE. WINDOW MOUNTED, OVERALL 61 X 51CM $600-800 172 1938 SOUTH AUSTRALIA TEAM, AUTOGRAPH PAGE WITH 13 SIGNATURES INCLUDING DON BRADMAN, CLARRIE GRIMMETT & RON HAMENCE. $200-300 173 “WISDEN CRICKETERS ALMANACK” FOR 1940, REBOUND IN BLUE CLOTH, WITH FRONT AND BACK WRAPPERS, GOOD CONDITION $250-300 174 “WISDEN CRICKETERS ALMANACK” FOR 1941, REBOUND IN BLUE CLOTH, WITH FRONT AND BACK WRAPPERS, GOOD CONDITION $500-600 175 “THE NOBLE GAME OF CRICKET” BY SIR JEREMIAH COLMAN, [LONDON, 1941]. LIMITED EDITION 150 COPIES. FAIR/GOOD CONDITION $800-1,000 176 “WISDEN CRICKETERS ALMANACK” FOR 1942, REBOUND IN BLUE CLOTH, WITH FRONT AND BACK WRAPPERS, GOOD CONDITION $250-300 177 “WISDEN CRICKETERS ALMANACK” FOR 1943, REBOUND IN BLUE CLOTH, WITH FRONT AND BACK WRAPPERS, GOOD CONDITION $150-200

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178 “WISDEN CRICKETERS ALMANACK” FOR 1944, REBOUND IN BLUE CLOTH, WITH FRONT AND BACK WRAPPERS, GOOD CONDITION $100-150 179 “WISDEN CRICKETERS ALMANACK” FOR 1945, REBOUND IN BLUE CLOTH, WITH FRONT AND BACK WRAPPERS, GOOD CONDITION $100-150 180 “WISDEN CRICKETERS ALMANACK” FOR 1946, REBOUND IN BLUE CLOTH, WITH FRONT AND BACK WRAPPERS, GOOD CONDITION $100-150 175


181 1946-47 COLES “CRICKETERS” (BACKS WITHOUT FRAMELINES), COMPLETE SET [40 + 2 CHECKLISTS]. G/VG. $300-400 182 “WISDEN CRICKETERS ALMANACK” FOR 194749, REBOUND IN BLUE CLOTH, FAIR/GOOD CONDITION $200-250 183 1947-48 CRICKET BAT SIGNED BY AUSTRALIA & INDIA TEAMS, WITH 31 SIGNATURES INCLUDING DON BRADMAN, LINDSAY HASSETT, RAY LINDWALL, KEITH MILLER, LALA ARMANATH & VIJAY HAZARE. DON BRADMAN SCORED 715 RUNS AT AN AVERAGE OF 178.5. $1,500-2,000 184 1948 AUSTRALIAN TOUR TO ENGLAND: DISPLAY COMPRISING OF AUSTRALIAN TEAM SHEET WITH FACSIMILE AUTOGRAPHS; WINDOW MOUNTED WITH POSTCARD “AUSTRALIAN CRICKET TEAM, ENGLAND, 1948” & ORIGINAL SCORE CARD FOR THIRD TEST AT OLD TRAFFORD. OVERALL 61 X 51CM $300-400 185 DON BRADMAN, DISPLAY WITH SIGNED PICTURE MOUNTED WITH MINIATURE BAT, OVERALL 44X63CM. $100-150 186 DON BRADMAN, SIGNATURE ON “FRAME BY FRAME” PRINT, WINDOW MOUNTED, FRAMED & GLAZED, OVERALL 118 X 50CM $100-150 187 DON BRADMAN & HAROLD LARWOOD, BOTH SIGNATURES ON “KOOKABURRA” CRICKET BAT. $500-600 189 1949-59 AUSTRALIAN TOUR TO SOUTH AFRICA, CRICKET STUMP FROM THE 3RD TEST IN DURBAN, SPLIT IN HALF & HINGED, WITH 18 AUSTRALIAN & 11 SOUTH AFRICAN SIGNATURES, INCLUDING LINDSAY HASSETT, ARTHUR MORRIS, RAY LINDWALL & DUDLEY NOURSE. SIGNATURES IN FINE CONDITION $600-800

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190 “WISDEN CRICKETERS ALMANACK” FOR 195059. EDITIONS FOR 1950-55 AND 57-58 REBOUND IN BLUE CLOTH; 1956 HARDBACK; 1959 CLOTH COVER. FAIR/GOOD CONDITION $150-200

194A 1961 AUSTRALIAN TEAM, OFFICIAL TEAM SHEET WITH 19 SIGNATURES INCLUDING RICHIE BENAUD, NEIL HARVEY & BILL LAWRY. $150-200

191 1954-55 ENGLAND TOUR TO AUSTRALIA MINIATURE BAT WITH 19 SIGNATURES INCLUDING LEN HUTTON, PETER MAY & COLIN COWDREY $150-200

195 CIRCA 1961 SAM WELLS CARTOONS (3) SHOWING CRICKET BETWEEN ENGLAND & AUSTRALIA, NOTED BEDSER TWINS, TED DEXTER, RICHIE BENAUD & PETER MAY. EACH ABOUT 56 X 42CM $800-1,000

192 BERT OLDFIELD, SIGNATURE ON 1955 LETTER FROM HIS SPORTS STORE; TOGETHER WITH A PAIR OF WICKET-KEEPERS INNER GLOVES. $100-200

196 CARLTON CRICKET CLUB: MEMBER’S BADGE WITH “63” YEAR PLUG; PLUS MELBOURNE CRICKET CLUB 1934-35 LADY’S TICKET. $80-100

193 1958-59 ENGLAND TOUR TO AUSTRALIA MINIATURE BAT WITH 19 SIGNATURES (SOME FADED) INCLUDING COLIN COWDREY, JIM LAKER & PETER MAY $100-150

197 1963-64 SOUTH AFRICA TOUR TO AUSTRALIA, MINIATURE CRICKET BAT SIGNED BY SOUTH AFRICA TEAM ON FRONT AND AUSTRALIAN TEAM ON REVERSE, A TOTAL OF 27 SIGNATURES INCLUDING RICHIE BENAUD, BOB SIMPSON & ALAN CONNOLLY. PROVENANCE: ALAN CONNOLLY COLLECTION $150-200

194 “WISDEN CRICKETERS ALMANACK” FOR 1960-69, ALL SOFT COVERS, FAIR/GOOD CONDITION $200-250

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198 ALAN CONNOLLY’S 1963 SOUTH AFRICA TOUR TO AUSTRALIA, CRICKET STUMP FROM 1ST TEST AT BRISBANE, SPLIT IN HALF AND SIGNED BY AUSTRALIAN & SOUTH AFRICAN TEAMS, A TOTAL OF 25 SIGNATURES INCLUDING BOB SIMPSON, GRAHAM MCKENZIE & ALAN CONNOLLY $300-400 199 ALAN CONNOLLY’S CRICKET GEAR BAG FROM 1960 & 1964 ASHES TOURS $200-300 200 1964 AUSTRALIAN TOUR TO ENGLAND: “STUART SURRIDGE - KEN BARRINGTON” FULL SIZE CRICKET BAT SIGNED ON THE FRONT BY THE AUSTRALIAN & ENGLAND TEAMS, AND ON REVERSE BY 5 COUNTY TEAMS, WITH A TOTAL OF 78 SIGNATURES INCLUDING BOB SIMPSON, GRAHAM MCKENZIE & TED DEXTER; BAT IN SUPERB CONDITION, WITH EXCELLENT SIGNATURES $400-500


201 1967 AUSTRALIAN TOUR TO NZ, FULL SIZE “SLAZENGER” CRICKET BAT, SIGNED TO THE FRONT BY THE NZ TEAM FOR EACH OF THE FOUR TESTS, AND ON REVERSE BY THE AUSTRALIAN TEAM, A TOTAL OF 62 SIGNATURES INCLUDING LES FAVELL, BRIAN BOOTH & NORM O’NEILL $400-500 202 AUTOGRAPH CARDS (145), NOTED AUSTRALIAN TEAMS FOR 1968, 1972, 1975, 1979, 1980 & 1985; ENGLISH TEAMS FOR 1978-79, 1986-87 & 1990-91. $900-1,000 203 ENGLAND V AUSTRALIA 200TH TEST MATCH, GROUP WITH MINIATURE BAT SIGNED BY BOTH TEAMS, 22 SIGNATURES INCLUDING COLIN COWDREY, BILL LAWRY & ALAN CONNOLLY; ASHTRAY ENGRAVED “MCG 200TH TEST MATCH, ENGLAND V AUSTRALIA, LORD’S - JUNE 1968, A.N.C.”. PROVENANCE: CONNOLLY COLLECTION $250-300 204 ALAN CONNOLLY’S 1968 “BAGGY GREEN” AUSTRALIAN TEST CAP, GREEN WOOL WITH EMBROIDERED COAT-OF-ARMS & “1968” ON FRONT, LABEL INSIDE ENDORSED “AC”. [ALAN CONNOLLY PLAYED 29 TESTS 1963-71]. $8,000-10,000 204A 1968 AUSTRALIAN TEAM, OFFICIAL TEAM SHEET WITH 17 SIGNATURES INCLUDING BILL LAWRY, IAN CHAPPELL & ALAN CONOLLY. $120-150

206 CRICKET PROGRAMMES (12), INCLUDING 1974-75 VICTORIA V ENGLAND & 200TH SHEFFIELD SHIELD MATCH VICTORIA V NSW. $100-150 207 DON BRADMAN, SIGNATURE ON 1974 BOXINGDINNER EVENING MENU, WITH FRONT COVER CARTOON OF BRADMAN BY ROY ULLYETT. TOGETHER WITH INVITATION TO EVENT. $200-300 207A 1975 AUSTRALIAN TEAM TO WORLD CUP, CANADA & UK, OFFICIAL TEAM SHEET WITH 19 SIGNATURES INCLUDING IAN CHAPPELL, GREG CHAPPELL & DENNIS LILLEE. $150-200 208 GARY COSIER’S MATCH USED “GRAY-NICOLLS” CRICKET BAT, ENDORSED ON REVERSE “THE BAT I USED IN MY TEST DEBUT AND SCORED 109 V WI IN 1975. FINALLY USED AT LORDS, AUST V MCC IN 1977, (SIGNED) GARY COSIER”, WITH RATTAN & TAPE ON BLADE. $1,000-1,200 209 GARY COSIER’S MATCH USED “GRAY-NICHOLLS” CRICKET BAT, ENDORSED ON REVERSE “THE BAT I USED TO SCORE 168 V PAKISTAN IN 1976-77 SERIES, (SIGNED) GARY COSIER”. $500-700 210 DISPLAY CASE FOR TWO CRICKET BATS, OVERALL 37 X 102 CM $150-200

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219 DENNIS LILLEE’S “BAGGY GREEN” AUSTRALIAN TEST CAP, GREEN WOOL, EMBROIDERED AUSTRALIAN COAT-OF-ARMS ON FRONT, ENDORSED INSIDE “DKL”. GOOD MATCH-USED CONDITION. PROVENANCE: RODNEY HOGG COLLECTION. $12,000-15,000 220 PRINT “THE FAST MEN”. SIGNED BY RODNEY HOGG $80-100 221 MINIATURE CRICKET BATS, ONE SIGNED BY INDIA 1985, OTHER SIGNED BY ZIMBABWE, A TOTAL OF 26 SIGNATURES INCLUDING SUNIL GAVASKAR $60-80

219 Worn by Dennis Lillee 211 1977 CENTENARY TEST: “MELBOURNE CRICKET GROUND” PRINT BY ALAN FEARNLEY, SIGNED BY ENGLAND TEAM, 11 SIGNATURES INCLUDING TONY GREIG, FRAMED & GLAZED, OVERALL 80X67CM. $100-120

215 1980 CENTENARY TEST, FULL SIZE “GRAYNICOLLS” CRICKET BAT, SIGNED ON FRONT BY ENGLAND & AUSTRALIA TEAMS, A TOTAL OF 25 SIGNATURES (SOME FADED) INCLUDING IAN BOTHAM, COLIN COWDREY & KIM HUGHES $300-400

211A 1977 AUSTRALIAN TEAM TO ENGLAND, OFFICIAL TEAM SHEET WITH 17 SIGNATURES INCLUDING GREG CHAPPELL, GARY COSIER & JEFF THOMSON. $120-150

215A 1981 AUSTRALIAN TEAM TO UK & SRI LANKA, OFFICIAL TEAM SHEET WITH 20 SIGNATURES INCLUDING KIM HUGHES, ALLAN BORDER & DENNIS LILLEE. $100-120

212 CRICKET PRINTS (2), VARIOUS SIZES. PROVENANCE: ALAN CONNOLLY COLLECTION $100-120

216 CRICKET PRINTS (6), VARIOUS SIZES $150-200

213 BENSON & HEDGES CRICKET DISPLAYS FOR 1979/80 & 1981/82. EACH ABOUT 94X65CM. $100-150 213A 1979 AUSTRALIAN TEAM TO WORLD CUP, OFFICIAL TEAM SHEET WITH 14 SIGNATURES INCLUDING KIM HUGHES, ALLAN BORDER & RODNEY HOGG. $100-120 214 “WISDEN CRICKETERS ALMANACK” FOR 1980-89. THE 1980-82 ISSUES WITH SOFT COVERS, OTHERS HARDBACK. PLUS INDEX 1864-1984. FAIR/GOOD CONDITION $100-150

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217 SIGNED CRICKET DISPLAYS - ALLAN BORDER, DARREN LEHMANN & JACQUES KALLIS. $100-150 217A 1983 AUSTRALIAN TEAM, OFFICIAL TEAM SHEET WITH 16 SIGNATURES INCLUDING GREG CHAPPELL, DAVID HOOKES & DENNIS LILLEE. $100-120 218 SIGNED CRICKET BALLS (7), NOTED DON BRADMAN, SUNIL GAVASKAR, RICHIE BENAUD; ALSO REPLICA CAP SIGNED RICKY PONTING. $200-300

222 1985-86 AUSTRALIA V NEW ZEALAND, “GRAYNICOLLS” CRICKET BAT SIGNED BY BOTH TEAMS, NOTED ALLAN BORDER, GREG MATTHEWS, MARTIN CROWE & RICHARD HADLEE. $200-300 223 JEFF THOMSON, DISPLAY WITH SIGNED CRICKET BALL MOUNTED WITH SIGNED “CRICKETER” FRONT COVER, FRAMED & GLAZED, OVERALL 55X48CM. $80-100 224 “COUNTY - AUTOGRAPH SUPER TEST” CRICKET BAT SIGNED BY 1986-87 AUSTRALIA & ENGLAND TEAMS; A TOTAL OF 24 SIGNATURES INCLUDING BORDER, JONES, MCDERMOTT, BOON, MARSH & STEVE WAUGH. THE ENGLISH SIDE INCLUDED GATTING, BROAD & EMBUREY $400-500 224A 1986-87 AUSTRALIAN TEAM V ENGLAND & WEST INDIES, TEAM SHEET WITH 12 SIGNATURES INCLUDING ALLAN BORDER, STEVE WAUGH & DEAN JONES. $100-150 225 CRICKET STUMP, SPLIT DOWN THE MIDDLE AND HINGED, ENDORSED AT TOP “AUSTRALIA VS INDIA, 1986 TIED TEST MADRAS”, SIGNED BY AUSTRALIA & INDIA TEAMS, WITH A TOTAL OF 28 SIGNATURES INCLUDING ALLAN BORDER, DEAN JONES & KAPIL DEV. PROVENANCE: GEOFF MARSH COLLECTION. $1,500-2,000 226 SUNIL GAVASKAR, SIGNED CRICKET BAT, IN ATTRACTIVE DISPLAY CASE, OVERALL 49X115CM. $200-300


227 1987 BENSON & HEDGES CHALLENGE CUP, FULL SIZE CRICKET BAT WITH SPECIAL LABEL, SIGNED BY AUSTRALIA, ENGLAND, WEST INDIES & PAKISTAN TEAMS, WITH A TOTAL OF 56 SIGNATURES INCLUDING ALLAN BORDER, MIKE GATTING, IMRAN KHAN & VIV RICHARDS. SUPERB CONDITION $400-500 228 1988 BICENTENNIAL TEST, FULL SIZE “GRAYNICHOLLS” CRICKET BAT, SIGNED BY AUSTRALIA & ENGLAND TEAMS, WITH 28 SIGNATURES INCL. ALLAN BORDER, DAVID BOON & MIKE GATTING. PROVENANCE: GEOFF MARSH COLLECTION. $400-500 229 “WISDEN CRICKETERS ALMANACK” FOR 19902002, ALL ISSUES HARDBACK. FAIR/GOOD CONDITION $100-150 229A 1991 AUSTRALIAN TEAM TO WEST INDIES, OFFICIAL TEAM SHEET WITH 19 SIGNATURES INCLUDING ALLAN BORDER, STEVE WAUGH & CRAIG McDERMOTT. $120-150 229B 1991 WEST INDIES TEAM TO ENGLAND, OFFICIAL TEAM SHEET WITH 19 SIGNATURES INCLUDING VIV RICHARDS, MALCOLM MARSHALL (BOTH ON THEIR LAST TOUR) & BRIAN LARA (HIS FIRST TOUR TO ENGLAND). $150-200 230 CRAIG MCDERMOTTS, AUSTRALIAN PRIME MINISTERS XI CAP, SHIRT & SLEEVELESS PULLOVER, EACH WITH “PRIME MINISTER’S XI” LOGO. (3 ITEMS) AN IMPORTANT GROUP AND AN HONOUR TO WHICH ALL AUSTRALIAN CRICKETERS ASPIRE $600-800 231 CRAIG MCDERMOTT’S “GABBA” CRICKET BAT SIGNED BY THE 1990-91 AUSTRALIA & ENGLAND TEAMS: A TOTAL OF 26 SIGNATURES INCLUDING BORDER, BOON, MCDERMOTT, JONES, MARSH, TAYLOR & BOTH WAUGHS. RUBBER HANDLE PERISHING THOUGH AUTOGRAPHS FINE $600-800 231A 1992 AUSTRALIAN TEAM TO WORLD CUP, OFFICIAL TEAM SHEET WITH 17 SIGNATURES INCLUDING ALLAN BORDER, CRAIG McDERMOTT & STEVE WAUGH. $150-200 225

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232 CRICKET TIES, EXCELLENT COLLECTION (117) EX DAVID RICHARDS OAM (FORMER CEO OF ICC, ACB & VCA). NOTED MAJOR EVENTS (WORLD CUPS, BICENTENNIAL TEST); TOURS BY & TO AUSTRALIA; CRICKET ORGANISATIONS & SPECIAL COMMEMORATIONS. $600-800 233 WEST INDIES IN AUSTRALIA: CRAIG MCDERMOTT’S SOUVENIR “GABBA” CRICKET BAT SIGNED BY THE 1992-93 AUSTRALIA & WEST INDIES TEAMS; 30 SIGNATURES INCLUDING BORDER, BOON, TAYLOR, HEALY, JONES, BOTH WAUGHS & MCDERMOTT. WEST INDIANS INCLUDE WALSH, MARSHALL, HOOPER, RICHARDSON & LARA. RUBBER HANDLE PERISHING $600-800 233A 1995 AUSTRALIAN TEAM TO WEST INDIES, OFFICIAL TEAM SHEET WITH 18 SIGNATURES INCLUDING MARK TAYLOR, GLENN McGRATH & SHANE WARNE. $150-200 234 SHANE WARNE: CRICKET BALL FROM AUSTRALIA V NEW ZEALAND TEST NOVEMBER 20-24 1997 WACA, IN DISPLAY STAND $100-150

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234A 1997 AUSTRALIAN TEAM FOR ASHES TOUR, OFFICIAL TEAM SHEET WITH 22 SIGNATURES INCLUDING MARK TAYLOR, STEVE WAUGH & ADAM GILCHRIST. $200-250 235 SIGNED CRICKET BOOKS (8), NOTED RICKY PONTING (2), SHANE WARNE, MAX WALKER, DAVID BOON, STEVE WAUGH, MIKE HUSSEY & ANDREW SYMONDS. $150-200 236 STEVE WAUGH & GINGER MEGGS: FULL SIZE CRICKET BAT WITH CARTOONS OF STEVE WAUGH & GINGER MEGGS, SIGNED BY STEVE WAUGH & JAMES KEMSLEY, IN AN ATTRACTIVE DISPLAY CASE, OVERALL 21X96CM. $300-400 237 MARCUS NORTH, SIGNED CRICKET BAT, IN ATTRACTIVE DISPLAY CASE, OVERALL 64X110CM. $100-150 238 SIGNED CRICKET DISPLAYS - SHANE WATSON, RYAN HARRIS, ED COWAN, NATHAN LYON, STUART MACGILL; PLUS UNSIGNED SHANE WATSON. $150-200

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241 ESSENDON: MEMBER’S BADGE “1909 ESSENDON FOOTBALL CLUB”. $1,000-1,500

246 NORWOOD: 1922 MEMBERSHIP BADGE, WITH NUMBER “360” ON REVERSE. $200-250

242 BALLARAT: TEAM PHOTOGRAPHS (7), NOTED BALLARAT COLLEGE 1911 & 1943; EAST BALLARAT 1951 UNDER 16, 1953 (2ND 18 & C GRADE), 1955 & 1964 PREMIERS. $100-200

247 ESSENDON: 1923 PREMIERSHIP MEDAL, 15CT GOLD, WITH “EFC” SURROUNDED BY “PREMIERS/ V.F.L. 1923”, ENGRAVED ON REVERSE “R.J.DILLON”. {ESSENDON’S 5TH PREMIERSHIP, WON BY THE TEAM KNOWN AS THE ‘MOSQUITO FLEET’} $6,000-8,000

243 9CT GOLD FOB “COBAR DIST. FOOTBALL ASSN, PREMIERS 1918”, ENGRAVED ON REVERSE “WON BY WRIGHTVILLE F.C., F.SATTERTHWAITE”. $100-150 244 BALLARAT IMPERIAL FOOTBALL CLUB: MEMBERSHIP BADGE FOR 1919; PLUS SILVER FOB ENGRAVED “BALLARAT IMPERIAL FOOYBALL CLUB/ PRESENTED TO VICE CAPTAIN HENDERSON BY J.DWYER”. $250-300 245 VFA: 1915 VICTORIAN FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION MEMBERSHIP BADGE, WITH NUMBER “52” ON REVERSE. $500-600

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248 9CT GOLD FOB SHOWING FOOTBALLER, ENGRAVED ON REVERSE “M.F.A. LOCK 9, PREMIERS 1924, F.SATTERTHWAITE”. $100-150 249 BALLARAT FOOTBALL CLUB: MEMBERSHIP BADGES (5) FOR 1925, 1962, 1975 & UNDATED (2); ALSO BALLARAT UMPIRES ASSOCIATION. $200-250 250 VFA: 1929 VICTORIAN FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION MEMBERSHIP BADGE, WITH NUMBER “184” ON REVERSE. $500-600

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251 1933 SOUTH MELBOURNE PREMIERSHIP MEDAL, SOLID GOLD AND BLUE ENAMEL, WITH “VFL” IN CENTRE SURROUNDED BY TEXT “VICTORIAN FOOTBALL LEAGUE/ PREMIERS”, ENGRAVED ON REVERSE “SOUTH MELB.F.C./ F.BACKWAY”. $5,000-6,000 252 SOUTH MELBOURNE: DISPLAY WITH SIGNATURES OF BOB PRATT (2) & LAURIE NASH, WINDOW MOUNTED, FRAMED & GLAZED, OVERALL 56X69CM. $100-150 253 NORTH MELBOURNE: BADGE “NTH MELBOURNE V WESTERN DISTRICT, SOUVENIR, SEPT.28.1935”. $200-300 254 BRIGHTON & GLENHUNTLY TRAMWAYS FOOTBALL CLUB: MEMBERSHIP BADGES (4) FOR 1936, 1938, 1940 & 1941. $300-400 255 WILLIAMSTOWN: 1939 VFA PREMIERSHIP MEDAL, 9CT GOLD, WITH “W.F.C” ON FRONT & ENGRAVED ON REVERSE “V.F.A./ PREMIERS 1939/ W.SPOKES”. $1,000-1,500

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256 MELBOURNE: SILVER-PLATED TROPHY CUP, ENGRAVED ON FRONT, “M.F.C./ BEST FIRST YEAR PLAYER/ WON BY/ C.McLEAN/ 1940/ PRESENTED BY/ MRS F.PLEASS”. {COL McLEAN PLAYED IN THREE PREMIERSHIP SIDES 1940, 1941 & 1948}. $500-700 257 COLLINGWOOD: “COLLINGWOOD FOOTBALL SOCIAL CLUB 1941-42” BADGE, NUMERED “29” ON REVERSE. VERY SCARCE. $2,000-3,000 258 WEG: WW2 ENVELOPE FROM NEW GUINEA TO AUSTRALIA WITH CARTOON DRAWN & SIGNED BY WEG WHEN HE WAS 20 YEARS OLD. “WHEN THIS B____Y WAR IS OVER!! SHOWS A YOUNG AUSSIE IN SLOUCH HAT AND WHAT HE LOOKS FORWARD TO WHEN HE GETS BACK HOME HIS OWN BED, GOOD FOOD, BEER, GOING TO MOVIES, HORSE RACES, ETC. $200-400 259 1943 FOOTBALL RECORD, “SOUVENIR PROGRAMME, PATRIOTIC FOOTBALL MATCH, ARMY V RAAF, SUNDAY JUNE 2OTH 1943, AT RICHMOND FOOTBALL GROUND”. PLAYERS INCLUDE ALBY PANNAM, JACK REGAN & RON TODD. $300-400

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260 COLLINGWOOD: 1946 MEMBER’S SEASON TICKET, WITH “OFFICIALS AND PLAYERS’ PASS NO.B65” AFFIXED. FAIR/G CONDITION. $100-150

266 COLLINGWOOD: MEMBER’S BADGE FROM 1956 (2ND YEAR), WITH “SOCIAL CLUB MEMBER 1349” ON REVERSE. $800-1,000

261 RICHMOND: LAPEL PIN “RICHMOND FOOTBALL CLUB/ RFC 1946”, FROM END OF SEASON TRIP. $300-400

267 COLLINGWOOD: MEMBER’S BADGE FROM 1957 (3RD YEAR), WITH NUMBER “1349” ON REVERSE. $600-800

262 EAST BALLARAT FOOTBALL CLUB: LIFE MEMBER BADGE; PLUS MEMBERSHIP BADGES (10) FOR 1947, 1948, 1952 (3), 1959, 1966 & UNDATED (3). $200-300

268 YARRAVILLE: BADGE “YARRAVILLE FOOTBALL CLUB/ LIFE MEMBER”, ENGRAVED ON REVERSE “C.McDONALD ESQ. 3/12/57”. $100-200

262A ORIGINAL WELLS CARTOON FROM 1949, NOTED CARLTON’S OLLIE GRIEVE & NORTH’S PEEWEE CONDON. SIZE 51 X 27CM $300-400

269 COLLINGWOOD: MEMBER’S BADGE FROM 1958 (4TH YEAR & PREMIERSHIP YEAR), WITH NUMBER “1349” ON FRONT. $500-600

263 COLLINGWOOD: ANNUAL REPORTS (16), INCOMPLETE RUN 1954-69; OTHER EPHEMERA (14) & PENNANT. $200-250

270 COLLINGWOOD: MEMBER’S BADGE FROM 1959 (5TH YEAR), WITH NUMBER “1349” ON FRONT. $300-400

264 COLLINGWOOD: BOOKLETS - 1954 SOCIAL CLUB RULES; 1956 MEMBERS’ SYLLABUS; “STIR UP THE STOVE! MAGPIES” WITH SONG LYRICS. ALSO 1968 FIXTURES FOR MELBOURNE & RICHMOND. $100-150 265 ST.KILDA: LARGE SHIELD “KEITH YOULDEN MEMORIAL TROPHY - ST.KILDA FOOTBALL CLUB MOST CONSISTENT PLAYER” WITH CENTRAL SILVER-PLATED FOOTBALLER, SURROUNDED BY 20 SMALLER SHIELDS WITH TWO ENGRAVED 1956 KEITH DRINAN & 1957 PAUL DODD. $500-600

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271 COLLINGWOOD: MEMBER’S BADGES FROM 1960 (6TH YEAR) TO 1985. $1,000-1,200 272 COLLINGWOOD: MEMBER’S BADGES FROM 1960, 1961, 1962, 1963, 1964, 1965, 1978 & 1980. $250-300 273 COLLINGWOOD: MAGPIE LAPEL PIN; PLUS “COLLINGWOOD FOOTBALL CLUB/ OLD PLAYERS ASSOC.” LAPEL BADGE. $150-250

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274 FOOTBALL PROGRAMMES (44), 1961-2000, NOTED GRAND FINALS 1970, 1996 & 1961 BALLARAT; LONDON MATCHES (3). $100-150 275 FOOTBALL EPHEMERA (45 ITEMS), NOTED “THE SPEEDIE GUIDE TO FOOTBALL” 1963 & 1966 EDITIONS; FEW FOOTBALL CARDS & VFL PARK BADGES. $150-200 276 GEELONG: TIE PIN WITH ENAMEL CAT IN GEELONG COLOURS, WITH ORIGINAL CARD “END OF SESON TRIP 1964, GOLD COAST, WITH COMPLIMENTS OF A.R.(JACK) JENNINGS J.P.” $200-300

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277 GEELONG: BADGE “GEELONG/FOOTBALL CLUB SOCIAL CLUB/LIFE MEMBER”, WITH NUMBER “71” ON REVERSE. $300-400 278 GEELONG: LAPEL PIN “GEELONG FOOTBALL CLUB/ 2ND EIGHTEEN” $200-300 279 ST.KILDA: MEMBERSHIP BADGE FOR 1965 (1ST YEAR), NUMBER “0476”. $600-800 280 ST.KILDA: MEMBERSHIP BADGE FOR 1966 (2ND YEAR & PREMIERSHIP YEAR), NUMBER “0864”. $500-700 281

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281 ST.KILDA: “HEUER” STOPWATCH USED BY ST.KILDA’S TIME-KEEPER, FRED FARRELL, IN THE 1966 GRAND FINAL. FRED SOUNDED A TENTOOT VICTORY TUNE ON THE MCG SIREN TO END THE MATCH. $1,500-2,000 281A ST.KILDA JUMPER SIGNED ROSS SMITH, NEIL ROBERTS & ROBERT HARVEY; PLUS VICTORIA “BIG V” JUMPER SIGNED ROSS SMITH. $200-300 282 FOOTBALL AUTOGRAPHS: SIGNED CARDS (134), PIECES (24), PICTURES (12), NOTED TED WHITTEN, CARJI GREEVES, HAYDN BUNTON, BOB PRATT, RON BARASSI, JACK DYER; ALSO COLLINGWOOD JUMPER SIGNED DARREN MILLANE. $1,000-1,500


283 CARLTON: 1970 & 1972 PREMIERSHIP PENNANTS. $100-120 284 NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE OF AUSTRALIA BADGE: 9CT GOLD & ENAMEL BADGE, ENGRAVED ON REVERSE “NATIONAL DIRECTOR OF COACHING”, MADE BY K.G.LUKE. $100-150 285 “FINALS FEVER - VFL 1978 SEASON OFFICIAL SOUVENIR”, HARDBOUND LIMITED EDITION 69/200 SIGNED BY ALLEN AYLETT. $100-150 286 VICTORIA “BIG V” JUMPERS (2), ONE SIGNED BY PETER BEDFORD, OTHER SIGNED BY TONY LOCKETT. $200-250 287 RICHMOND’S HIGHEST SCORE: SHERRIN FOOTBALL ON WOODEN STAND WITH PLAQUE “RICHMOND FC, HIGHEST EVER SCORE, PLAYED - SYDNEY 20/7/80, RICHMOND 34.18.222 DEF ST KILDA 11.4.70. PRESENTED BY T.W. SHERRIN” $1,000-1,500 288 MICHAEL “DISCO” ROACH’S RICHMOND JUMPER FROM 1980, INCLUDING FIRST HALF OF 1980 GRAND FINAL VICTORY, SIGNED AND ENDORSED ON NUMBER, DATED 27 SEPTEMBER 1980 $10,000-12,000 289 MICHAEL “DISCO” ROACH, SPONSOR’S PHOTOGRAPH, 43 X 53 CM $300-500

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290 MARK LEE’S RICHMOND JUMPER FROM 1980, INCLUDING USE AS A SPARE FOR 1980 GRAND FINAL, SIGNED AND ENDORSED ON NUMBER, DATED 27 SEPTEMBER 1980 $5,000-10,000 291 DALE WEIGHTMAN’S RICHMOND JUMPER FROM 1982, INCLUDING LOSING GRAND FINAL, SIGNED AND ENDORSED ON NUMBER $5,000-10,000 292 DALE WEIGHTMAN, OIL PAINTING, 62 X 89 CM $300-500 293 VICTORIA “BIG V” JUMPER SIGNED BY DALE WEIGHTMAN & KEVIN SHEEDY. $150-200 294 WEST COAST: INAUGURAL WEST COAST JUMPER SIGNED RON ALEXANDER & ROSS GLENDENNING, FRAMED & GLAZED, OVERALL 86X107CM. $200-250

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295 “FOOTY FAVOURITES” LP RECORD, SINGERS INCLUDE ROBERT FLOWER, TREVOR BARKER & TIM WATSON. $80-100 296 WEST COAST: 1992 & 1994 DISPLAYS (3) WITH ‘92 PLATE, TEAM PHOTOS & PICTURE SIGNED GUY McKENNA. $100-150 297 WEST COAST: DISPLAYS (3) WITH DEAN KEMP BOOTS; PHOTO SIGNED CRAIG TURLEY, JOHN WORSFOLD & DEAN KEMP; ‘98 SIGNED CARDS. $100-150 298 VICTORIA “BIG V” JUMPER SIGNED SIMON MADDEN & DUSTIN FLETCHER. $200-250 299 ESSENDON: ESSENDON JUMPER SIGNED BY 4 BROWNLOW MEDALLISTS - DICK REYNOLDS, JAMES HIRD, GRAHAM MOSS & GAVIN WANGANEEN. $200-250

300 A BLACK AND WHITE PHOTO OF GARY ABLETT SR MARK OVER GARY PERT CIRCA 1994 $100-120 301 SYDNEY SWANS: COLLECTION WITH PAUL KELLY CAPTAIN’S PLATE; BOOKS (7) INCLUDING “IN THE BLOOD” BY MAIN [MELBOURNE, 2009]; DVD’S (6). $100-150 302 ST.KILDA: T.W.SHERRIN AFL CENTENARY FOOTBALL SIGNED BY 1996 ST.KILDA TEAM (WHO WON THEIR FIRST PRE-SEASON CUP). $100-200 303 SYDNEY SWANS: JUMPER SIGNED BY 1997 TEAM, FRAMED & GLAZED, OVERALL 67 X 89CM. FAIR/G. $100-150 304 ST.KILDA: FOOTBALL BOOTS (3) SIGNED BY ROBERT HARVEY (2) & LENNY HAYES; FOOTBALL SIGNED 2015 TEAM; PHOTOS (2) SIGNED ROBERT HARVEY & LENNY HAYES. $250-300


305 WAYNE CAREY SIGNED BOOT; PLUS GRAHAM “POLLY” FARMER SIGNED DISPLAY. $150-200 306 TONY LOCKETT, “RECORD BREAKER” PRINT, SIGNED BY TONY LOCKETT, WINDOW MOUNTED, FRAMED & GLAZED, OVERALL 112X55CM. $200-250 307 NORTH MELBOURNE, “AFL GRAND FINAL 1999” PRINT SIGNED BY WAYNE CAREY, WINDOW MOUNTED, FRAMED & GLAZED, OVERALL 110 X 53CM $100-150 308 WESTERN BULLDOGS: PHOTOS SIGNED BY BRETT MONTGOMERY & BRAD WIRRA; PLUS ADELAIDE 2007 TEAM POSTER SIGNED. $80-100 309 COLLINGWOOD JUMPER SIGNED BY C.2000 TEAM, FRAMED & GLAZED, OVERALL 57X80CM. $100-150 310 BRISBANE: DISPLAY WITH JUMPER SIGNED MICHAEL VOSS WITH REPLICA BROWNLOW; FRAMED PHOTO SIGNED DANIEL RICH; PHOTOS (3) SIGNED JONATHON BROWN, DANIEL RICH & TRAVIS JOHNSON. $350-450 311 ADELAIDE: FOOTBALL BOOT SIGNED MARK RICCIUTO; FOOTBALLS (2) SIGNED SIMON GOODWIN & BRENT REILLY; PHOTO SIGNED SIMON GOODWIN. $100-150 312 MELBOURNE: FOOTBALL SIGNED BY c2004 TEAM; SIGNED DISPLAYS OF JACK WATTS & SHANE WOEWODIN. $200-250 313 KANGAROOS JUMPER SIGNED BY 2004 TEAM, FRAMED & GLAZED, OVERALL 72X93CM. $200-250 314 HAWTHORN: FOOTBALL SIGNED BY c2005 TEAM; BOOTS (2) SIGNED BY LUKE HODGE & SHANE CRAWFORD; PHOTOS (4) SIGNED BY LUKE HODGE (2), JARRYD ROUGHEAD & ROBERT DIPIERDOMENICO. $250-300

315 RICHMOND: SIGNED DISPLAYS (2) OF NATHAN BROWN & SHAUN GRIGG; BOOTS (2) BOTH SIGNED NATHAN BROWN; SIGNED PHOTOS (3) OF NATHAN BROWN (2) & GEOFF RAINES. $150-200

323 GOLD COAST: 2011 INAUGURAL YEAR DISPLAY SIGNED GARY ABLETT JR & GUY McKENNA; SIGNED GARY ABLETT JR DISPLAY; 2011 TEAM POSTER. $300-400

316 NORTH MELBOURNE: FOOTBALL BOOTS (2) SIGNED BY GLENN ARCHER & BRENT HARVEY; PHOTOS (2) SIGNED WAYNE CAREY & BRENT HARVEY; FOOTBALL SIGNED BRENT HARVEY. $150-200

324 LANCE FRANKLIN, DISPLAY COMPRISING SIGNED FOOTBALL BOOT, WINDOW MOUNTED WITH 2 HAWTHORN ACTION PHOTOS, FRAMED & GLAZED, OVERALL 99X56CM. $200-300

317 WEST COAST: 2006 PREMIERS DISPLAY SIGNED CHRIS JUDD, FRAMED & GLAZED, OVERALL 58X109CM. $100-150

325 LENNY HAYES, SIGNED SPECIAL EDITION NEW ZEALAND ANZAC DAY JUMPER 2013, FRAMED & GLAZED, 95 X 116 CM $200-250

317A WEST COAST: “DESTINY FULFILLED”, 2006 PREMIERS DISPLAY SIGNED CHRIS JUDD & JOHN WORSFOLD, FRAMED & GLAZED, OVERALL 99X69CM. $100-150

326 BEN McEVOY (ST KILDA), SIGNED DISPLAY, WINDOW MOUNTED, FRAMED & GLAZED, 48 X 85 CM $80-100

318 ESSENDON: MATTHEW LLOYD SIGNED JUMPER, FRAMED & GLAZED, OVERALL 76X95CM. $150-200 319 SIGNED ITEMS: FOOTBALL BOOT SIGNED BEN COUSINS; FOOTBALLS (3) SIGNED E.J.WHITTEN LEGENDS GAME, JOEL SELWOOD & GAVIN WANGANEEN; PHOTO SIGNED DAVID MUNDY; UNSIGNED PHOTO GARY ABLETT JR. $150-200 320 LENNY HAYES (ST KILDA), 200TH GAME DISPLAY WITH SIGNED CARD, WINDOW MOUNTED WITH SIX ACTION PICTURES, 135 X 63 CM $100-150 321 COLLINGWOOD: FOOTBALL BOOT SIGNED LUKE BALL; SIGNED PHOTOS (3) - ONE SIGNED DANE SWAN & DAYNE BEAMES, OTHER TWO SIGNED DAYNE BEAMES. $100-150 322 VICTORIA “BIG V” JUMPER SIGNED BRAD JOHNSON. $150-200

327 NICK DAL SANTO (ST KILDA), SIGNED DISPLAY, FRAMED & GLAZED, 102 X 64 CM $100-120 328 CARLTON: FOOTBALLS (3) SIGNED BY 2015 TEAM, MARC MURPHY & BRYCE GIBBS; BOOTS (2) SIGNED BY MATTHEW KREUZER & BRYCE GIBBS; SIGNED PHOTOS (8). $400-500 329 ESSENDON: FOOTBALL SIGNED 2015 TEAM; BOOTS (2) SIGNED MATTHEW LLOYD & ALWYN DAVEY; BOOKS (2) SIGNED SHEEDY & HIRD; PHOTOS (3) SIGNED MATTHEW LLOYD, ANDREW WELSH & PATTY RYDER. $300-400 330 SYDNEY SWANS: FOOTBALL SIGNED 2015 TEAM; PHOTO SIGNED BOBBY SKILTON; PREMIERSHIP PHOTO SIGNED PAUL ROOS & BARRY HALL. $200-250 331 WESTERN BULLDOGS: FOOTBALL SIGNED 2015 TEAM; PLUS PHOTO SIGNED SHAUN HIGGINS. $120-150 332 GEELONG: GEELONG FOOTBALL JUMPER SIGNED BY PATRICK DANGERFIELD. $200-250

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Lots 335-477 335 1904-96 FOOTBALL CARDS, NOTED SNIDERS & ABRAHAMS 1904 (6), 1912-13 STAR (4), 1913-14 SHIELD (10); 1996 “HYFIBE HEROES” (350). POOR/ VG. (TOTAL 480). $200-300 336 1904 SNIDERS & ABRAHAMS “AUSTRALIAN FOOTBALLERS”, SERIES A, PART SETS WITH BLUE FRAMELINES [5/23] & WITHOUT FRAMELINES [9/50]. FAIR/VG. (TOTAL 14). $300-400 337 1905-06 SNIDERS & ABRAHAMS “AUSTRALIAN FOOTBALLERS”, SERIES B, PART SETS LEAGUE FOOTBALLERS [23/56] & VFA FOOTBALLERS [5/20]. (TOTAL 28). $400-500 338 c1905 UNKNOWN ISSUER “FITZROY TEAM CARD”. FAIR CONDITION (CREASE AT RIGHT). RARITY 10 - THE CARD ILLUSTRATED ON THE AUSSIE RULES COLLECTABLES WEBSITE. $300-400 339 1905 WILLS “PAST & PRESENT CHAMPIONS”, PART SET [29/60]. FAIR/VG. $300-400

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340 1906-07 SNIDERS & ABRAHAMS “AUSTRALIAN FOOTBALLERS”, SERIES C, ALMOST COMPLETE SET [52/56]. MAINLY G/VG. $800-1,000 341 1906-07 SNIDERS & ABRAHAMS “AUSTRALIAN FOOTBALLERS - VICTORIAN COUNTRY”, COMPLETE SET [20]. MAINLY G/VG. $300-400 342 1907-08 SNIDERS & ABRAHAMS “AUSTRALIAN FOOTBALLERS”, SERIES D, ALMOST COMPLETE SET [40/56]. MAINLY G/VG. $700-800 343 1907 SNIDERS & ABRAHAMS “WEST AUSTRALIAN FOOTBALLERS”, PART SET [14/56]. POOR/VG. $400-500

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344 1908-09 SNIDERS & ABRAHAMS “AUSTRALIAN FOOTBALLERS”, SERIES D, ALMOST COMPLETE SET [58/60]. MAINLY G/VG. $1,000-1,200


345 1908-09 SNIDERS & ABRAHAMS “AUSTRALIAN FOOTBALLERS - VFA” (INCLUDES FOOTSCRAY & NORTH MELBOURNE), PART SET [7/20]. FAIR/VG. $100-120 346 1908-09 SNIDERS & ABRAHAMS “AUSTRALIAN FOOTBALLERS - WAFL”, PART SET [10/60]. FAIR/ VG. $500-700 347 1908-09 SNIDERS & ABRAHAMS “AUSTRALIAN FOOTBALLERS - INCIDENTS IN PLAY”, ALMOST COMPLETE SET [14/16]. FAIR/VG. $600-800 348 1908 WILLS “VICTORIAN FOOTBALL CLUB FLAGS”, ALMOST COMPLETE SET [26/29]. FAIR/VG. $250-300 349 1908 WILLS “FOOTBALL FLAG SHAPED WITH PIN” [1/28] - BRIGHTON (“CAPSTAN” ON REVERSE). G/ VG. $150-200 350 1908 WILLS “FOOTBALL FLAG SHAPED WITH PIN” [1/28] - BRUNSWICK (“CAPSTAN” ON REVERSE). G/VG. $150-200

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351 1908 WILLS “FOOTBALL FLAG SHAPED WITH PIN” [1/28] - ESSENDON (“CAPSTAN” ON REVERSE). G/ VG. $200-250 352 1908 WILLS “FOOTBALL FLAG SHAPED WITH PIN” [1/28] - FITZROY (BLANK ON REVERSE). G/VG. $150-200 353 1908 WILLS “FOOTBALL FLAG SHAPED WITH PIN” [1/28] - GEELONG (BLANK ON REVERSE). G/VG. $200-250 354 1908 WILLS “FOOTBALL FLAG SHAPED WITH PIN” [1/28] - PORT MELBOURNE (“CAPSTAN” ON REVERSE). G/VG. $150-200 347 355 1908 WILLS “FOOTBALL FLAG SHAPED WITH PIN” [1/28] - PRAHRAN (“CAPSTAN” ON REVERSE). FAIR/G. $100-150

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356 1908 WILLS “FOOTBALL FLAG SHAPED WITH PIN” [1/28] - PRESTON (“CAPSTAN” ON REVERSE). G/ VG. $150-200 357 1908 WILLS “FOOTBALL FLAG SHAPED WITH PIN” [1/28] - SOUTH MELBOURNE (“CAPSTAN” ON REVERSE). G/VG. $150-200 358 1908 WILLS “FOOTBALL FLAG SHAPED WITH PIN” [1/28] - WILLIAMSTOWN (BLANK ON REVERSE). FAIR/G. $100-150 359 1909-10 SNIDERS & ABRAHAMS “AUSTRALIAN FOOTBALLERS - HEAD IN OVAL”, ALMOST COMPLETE SET [46/60]. FAIR/VG. $800-1,000 360 1909 J.E.BARNES PHOTO/LINCOLN, STUART & CO. “TEAM PHOTO POSTCARDS” [1/10] - SOUTH MELBOURNE. G/VG. $100-150

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361 1909 REMBRANDT FINE ART CO. “MARK OF MEMORY POSTCARDS” [4 KNOWN - THIS UNRECORDED], WITH SCENE “RIVER YARRA MELBOURNE”. G/VG. $100-150 362 1910-11 SNIDERS & ABRAHAMS “AUSTRALIAN FOOTBALLERS - HEAD IN RAYS”, PART SET [3/60]. FAIR/VG. $180-200 363 1910-11 SNIDERS & ABRAHAMS “FOOTBALL CLUB SHIELDS” [1/39 KNOWN] - BRUNSWICK. G/VG. (TONGUE FOLDED OVER). $120-150 364 1911-12 SNIDERS & ABRAHAMS “AUSTRALIAN FOOTBALLERS - PENNANTS”, PART SET [17/60]. FAIR/VG. $300-400 365 1911-12 SNIDERS & ABRAHAMS “AUSTRALIAN FOOTBALLERS” (PENNANTS), PART SET [5/60]. FAIR/VG. $80-100

366 1912-13 SNIDERS & ABRAHAMS “AUSTRALIAN FOOTBALLERS - STARS”, PART SET [16/60]. FAIR/ VG. $300-400 367 1912-13 SNIDERS & ABRAHAMS “AUSTRALIAN FOOTBALLERS” (STARS), PART SET [23/60]. FAIR/ VG. $600-800 368 1912-13 WILLS “CLUB COLOURS AND FLAGS” [14/28]. FAIR/VG. $100-120 369 1912-13 WILLS “FOOTBALL CLUB COLOURS AND FLAGS”, COMPLETE SET [28]. FAIR/VG. $200-250 370 1913-14 SNIDERS & ABRAHAMS “AUSTRALIAN FOOTBALLERS - SHIELDS”, PART SET [18/60]. FAIR/ VG. $400-500


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371 1913-14 SNIDERS & ABRAHAMS “AUSTRALIAN FOOTBALLERS” (SHIELDS), PART SET [7/60]. FAIR/ VG. $250-300

376 1922 FOOTSCRAY FOOTBALL CLUB “PLAYER POSTCARD SERIES” [2/20] - ALEX EASON & JACK HOWELL. G/VG. $300-400

381 1923 LENTEN’S SHAMROCK STORE (BENDIGO) “VICTORIAN COUNTRY FOOTBALLERS” [2/98]. FAIR/VG. $150-200

372 1921 J.J.SCHUH (MAGPIE CIGARETTES) “RAYS”, PART SET [31/40]. FAIR/VG. $300-400

377 1922 BANK OF ADELAIDE “SANFL PLAYER BADGES” [1/16 KNOWN] - McDONALD (NTH ADELAIDE). FAIR/G (NO PIN). $80-100

382 1924 DON “DON PHOTO SERIES POSTCARD” [1/97 KNOWN]- ST.KILDA F.C. G/VG. $100-120

373 1921 J.J.SCHUH (MAGPIE CIGARETTES) “AUSTRALIAN FOOTBALLERS”, ALMOST COMPLETE SET [57/60]. FAIR/VG. $400-500 374 1921-25 SUBURBAN PREMIUM “VICTORIAN FOOTBALLERS & TEAMS”, COMPRISING “NUMBERED CARDS” [14/50 + 11 SPARES]; “UNNUMBERED CARDS” [4/50]; “TEAM PHOTOS” [1/9]; “PLAYER PHOTOS NOT NUMBERED” [5/36]. POOR/ VG - ONE WITH TAB. (TOTAL 35). $400-500 375 1921 SPORTING LIFE & THE BAYONET “PROMINENT PLAYERS” No.18 “S.McLATCHIE, CARLTON”, 25x38cm. G/VG . $200-250

378 1922 THE CIRCLE MAGAZINE “SPORTSMEN SUPPLEMENT’ [1/11 KNOWN] - H.CRAVEN, GEELONG. POOR CONDITION, THOUGH RARITY 9. $100-150 379 1923 J.J.SCHUH (MAGPIE CIGARETTES) “PORTRAITS OF OUR LEADING FOOTBALLERS”, PART SET [84/106]. FAIR/VG. $1,500-1,800 380 1923-24 PALS “AUSTRALIAN SPORTSMEN”, ALMOST COMPLETE SET OF FOOTBALLERS [13/15]. FAIR/VG. $200-250

383 1925 J.J.SCHUH (MAGPIE CIGARETTES) “VICTORIAN FOOTBALLERS”, PART SET [5/30]. FAIR/VG. $300-400 384 1926-28 SUBURBAN PREMIUM “VICTORIAN FOOTBALLERS”, PART SET [10/102 KNOWN]. POOR/G. $100-200 385 1926 CAIN’S SWEETS “COLLINGWOOD & FITZROY FOOTBALLERS” [2/36] - NO.11 N.COCHRAN & NO.18 W.ADAMS. FAIR/G. $150-200

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394 386 1926 CRAIG & HALES “AUSTRALIAN SPORTSMEN & RACEHORSES”, [5/30 FOOTBALLERS]. POOR/VG. $500-600 387 1929 GRIFFITHS (BLACK CROW) “FOOTBALL SERIES” [4/210]. POOR/FAIR. $80-100 388 1932 CLARK-ELLIS “VFL FOOTBALLERS” [5/108]. POOR/VG. $250-300 389 1932 HOADLEYS (3d VIOLET NUTTY BAR) “VICTORIAN LEAGUE FOOTBALLERS”, PART SET [15/108]. FAIR/VG. THE SCARCEST OF THE HOADLEY SETS. $300-400 390 1932 GODFREY PHILLIPS “LEAGUE AND ASSOCIATION FOOTBALLERS” [9/50]. MAINLY G/ VG. $100-150 391 1933 GIANT BRAND AUSTRALIAN LICORICE “LEAGUE & ASSOCIATION FOOTBALLERS”, PART SET [41/108]. FAIR/VG. $300-400

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392 1933 CARRERAS (STANDARD CIGARETTES “FOOTBALL SERIES” (BOB MIRAMS CARICATURES), ALMOST COMPLETE SET [71/72]. FAIR/VG. $300-400 393 c1933 WILLS “FOOTBALL PORTRAITS AND CLUB COLOURS” DIE-CUT STAND-UP CARDS, ALMOST COMPLETE SET [4/5]. FAIR/G. $400-500 394 1933 ALLENS “LEAGUE FOOTBALLERS” (STRIPED COLOURS), ALMOST COMPLETE SET [139/144]. MAINLY G/VG. $600-800 395 1933 CARRERAS (TURF) “PERSONALITY SERIES FOOTBALLERS”, PART SET [18/72]. FAIR/VG. $80-100 396 1933 HOADLEYS “VICTORIAN FOOTBALLERS”, COMPLETE SET [100]. MAINLY G/VG. $300-400 397 1933 GODFREY PHILLIPS “VICTORIAN FOOTBALLERS - A SERIES OF 50”, COMPLETE SET [50]. MAINLY G/VG. $200-250

398 1933 GODFREY PHILLIPS “VICTORIAN FOOTBALLERS - A SERIES OF 75”, PART SET [35/75]. FAIR/VG. $200-250 399 1933 WILLS “FOOTBALLERS 1933”, COMPLETE SET [200]. MAINLY G/VG. $200-250 400 1934 ALLENS “LEAGUE FOOTBALLERS” (PENNANTS), PART SET [40/72]. FAIR/VG. $300-400 401 1934 HOADLEYS “VICTORIAN FOOTBALLERS”, ALMOST COMPLETE SET [48/50]. FAIR/VG. $200-250 402 1935 HOADLEYS “LEAGUE FOOTBALLERS” [13/100]; PLUS 1938 HOADLEYS “LEAGUE FOOTBALLERS” [4/72]. POOR/VG. $150-200 403 1939 ALLENS “LEAGUE FOOTBALLERS”, PART SET [14/48]. POOR/VG. $100-150 404 1948-50 KORNIES, NOTED 1948 [30/64]; 1949 [55/108] with both types of #94; 1950 [45/64]. FAIR/ VG. $250-300


405 1951 KORNIES “FOOTBALLERS IN ACTION” (BAR), ALMOST COMPLETE SET [63/64]. FAIR/VG. $300-400 406 1951-54 KORNIES, NOTED 1951 BAR [50/64]; 1952 FOOTBALL [28/64]; 1953 FLAG [14/64]; 1954 “CHAMPION FOOTBALLERS” [2/48]. FAIR/VG. $450-550 407 1951-64 HARPER’S EASI OATS, WITH 1951 “VFL FAMOUS FOOTBALLERS” [3/40]; PLUS 1964 “VICTORIAN LEAGUE FOOTBALLERS” [2/24]. POOR/VG. $150-200 408 1952 KORNIES “FOOTBALLERS IN ACTION”, COMPLETE SET [64] STUCK INTO ALBUM. FAIR/VG. $150-200 409 1952 ARGUS WEEKEND MAGAZINE “COLOUR TEAM PHOTOS” [10/19]; PLUS 1949 “COLOUR TEAM PHOTO” [1/20]. FAIR/G. $100-200 410 1953 ARGUS “1953 FOOTBALL PORTRAITS”, ALMOST COMPLETE SET OF ESSENDON PLAYERS [5/72]. MAINLY G/VG. $200-250 411 1953 ARGUS “1953 FOOTBALL PORTRAITS”, COMPLETE SET OF FOOTSCRAY PLAYERS [6/72]. MAINLY G/VG. $250-300 412 1953 ARGUS “1953 FOOTBALL PORTRAITS”, COMPLETE SET OF HAWTHORN PLAYERS [6/72]; PLUS 2008 NATIONAL SPORTS MUSEUM POSTCARD SIGNED JOHN KENNEDY. MAINLY G/ VG. $250-300 413 1953 ARGUS “1953 FOOTBALL PORTRAITS”, PART SET [10/72]. MAINLY G/VG. $300-400 414 1953 KORNIES “FOOTBALLERS IN ACTION”, COMPLETE SET [64] STUCK INTO ALBUM. FAIR/G. $100-150 415

415 1954 FYNA FOODS “VICTORIAN FOOTBALL CARICATURES” (BY WEG), ALMOST COMPLETE SET [20/24]. FAIR/VG. $1,200-1,500

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416 1954 COLES “VICTORIAN FOOTBALLERS” (SERIES 1), ALMOST COMPLETE SET [52/56]. FAIR/VG. $500-600 417 1954 COLES “VICTORIAN FOOTBALLERS” (SERIES 2), PART SET [25/56]. ONE POOR, OTHERS FAIR/VG. $250-300 418 1954 ARGUS “VFL CARICATURE SWAP CARD SERIES”, PART SET [70/144]. MAINLY G/VG. $500-600 419 1955 COLES “VICTORIAN FOOTBALLERS” (SERIES 3), PART SET [11/56]. POOR/VG. $100-150 420 1956 ARGUS “FIRESIDE FOOTBALLERS”, WITH MELBOURNE [16/24] & COLLINGWOOD [12/24 + 4 SPARES]. G/VG. $200-300 421 1957 KORNIES “FOOTBALLER - MASCOT SWAP CARDS” [1/36] - NO.3 RON BARASSI (MELBOURNE). G/VG. $150-200

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422 1957 KORNIES “FOOTBALLER - MASCOT SWAP CARDS” [1/36] - NO.4 JOCK SPENCER (MELBOURNE). G/VG. $150-200

428 1957 KORNIES “FOOTBALLER - MASCOT SWAP CARDS” [1/36] - NO.21 JACK CLARKE (ESSENDON). G/VG. $150-200

423 1957 KORNIES “FOOTBALLER - MASCOT SWAP CARDS” [1/36] - NO.7 ROY SIMMONDS (HAWTHORN). G/VG. $150-200

429 1957 KORNIES “FOOTBALLER - MASCOT SWAP CARDS” [1/36] - NO.27 JOHN JAMES (CARLTON). G/VG. $150-200

424 1957 KORNIES “FOOTBALLER - MASCOT SWAP CARDS” [1/36] - NO.8 JOHN MAHONEY (HAWTHORN). G/VG. $150-200

430 1957 KORNIES “FOOTBALLER - MASCOT SWAP CARDS” [1/36] - NO.16 ALAN GALE (FITZROY). G/ VG. $150-200

425 1957 KORNIES “FOOTBALLER - MASCOT SWAP CARDS” [1/36] - NO.10 PETER PIANTO (GEELONG). G/VG. $150-200

431 1957 KORNIES “FOOTBALLER - MASCOT SWAP CARDS” [1/36] - NO.29 FRED GOLDSMITH (SOUTH MELBOURNE). G/VG. $150-200

426 1957 KORNIES “FOOTBALLER - MASCOT SWAP CARDS” [1/36] - NO.11 BOB DAVIS (GEELONG). G/ VG. $150-200

432 1957 KORNIES “FOOTBALLER - MASCOT SWAP CARDS” [1/36] - NO.31 BRIAN GLEESON (ST.KILDA). G/VG. $150-200

427 1957 KORNIES “FOOTBALLER - MASCOT SWAP CARDS” [1/36] - NO.14 TED WHITTEN (FOOTSCRAY). G/VG. $150-200

433 1957 KORNIES “FOOTBALLER - MASCOT SWAP CARDS” [1/36] - NO.32 NEIL ROBERTS (ST.KILDA). G/VG. $150-200


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434 1957 KORNIES “FOOTBALLER - MASCOT SWAP CARDS” [1/36] - NO.34 DES ROWE (RICHMOND). G/VG. $150-200 435 1957 KORNIES “FOOTBALLER - MASCOT SWAP CARDS” [1/36] - NO.35 LAURIE SHARP (RICHMOND). G/VG. $150-200 436 1957 KORNIES “FOOTBALLER - MASCOT SWAP CARDS” [5/36] - NOS. 5, 12, 18, 19 & 25. FAIR/G. $500-600 437 1958 ATLANTIC “VICTORIAN LEAGUE STARS”, ALMOST COMPLETE SET [126/128]. FAIR/VG. $400-500 438 1959 KORNIES “FOOTBALLER SWAP CARDS” [3/36]. FAIR/G. $80-100 439 1963 SCANLENS “FOOTBALLERS” NO.10 NEIL ROBERTS (ST.KILDA). G/VG. $300-400

440 1963 SCANLENS “FOOTBALLERS” [1/18] - HAYDN BUNTON. FAIR. $60-80 441 1963-64 BOTTLE TOPS, NOTED COCA-COLA 1963 VFL [23/240 + 2 SPARES]; 1963 SANFL [2/144]; 1964 VFL [5/240]; PLUS PEPSI 1963 SANFL [1/40]. FAIR/G. $150-200 442 1964 SCANLENS “FOOTBALLERS”, PART SET [9/33]. FAIR/VG. $350-450 443 1964 SCANLENS “FOOTBALLERS” [9/33 + 1 SPARE]. POOR/G. (TWO DAMAGED). $300-400 444 1964 MOBIL “MOBIL FOOTBALL PHOTOS 1964 VICTORIAN FOOTBALLERS”, ALMOST COMPLETE SET [39/40]. G/VG. $150-200 445 1964 MOBIL “MOBIL FOOTBALL PHOTOS 1964 VICTORIAN FOOTBALLERS”, COMPLETE SET [40] STUCK INTO ALBUM. $100-120

446 1964-71 MOBIL CARDS, NOTED 1964 [6/40 + 3 SPARES]; 1965 [3/40]; 1966 [1/40]; 1971 [4/40]. FAIR/G. $30-40 447 1965 SCANLENS “FOOTBALLERS”, PART SET [25/36]. MAINLY G/VG. $400-500 448 1965 MOBIL “MOBIL FOOTY PHOTOS 1965 VICTORIAN FOOTBALLERS”, COMPLETE SET [40]. G/VG. $150-200 449 1965 MOBIL “FOOTY PHOTOS 1965 - VFL FOOTBALLERS”, COMPLETE SET [40]. G/VG (STUCK INTO ALBUM WITH PHOTO CORNERS). $150-200 450 1965 MOBIL “MOBIL FOOTY PHOTOS 1965 VICTORIAN FOOTBALLERS”, COMPLETE SET [40]. FAIR/VG. $100-120 451 1966 SCANLENS “FOOTBALLERS”, PART SET [40/72]. FAIR/VG. $400-500

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452 1966 SCANLENS “FOOTBALLERS DIE CUTS”, PART SET [8/14]. FAIR/VG. $200-250 453 1966-71 MOBIL “MOBIL FOOTY PHOTOS 1966 VICTORIAN FOOTBALLERS” [31/40] & “1971 MOBIL FOOTY PHOTOS - VICTORIAN FOOTBALLERS” [17/40]. MAINLY G/VG. $150-200 454 1967 SCANLENS “FOOTBALLERS”, ALMOST COMPLETE SET [67/72]. G/VG. $700-800 455 1968-69 TWISTIES/SUN VALLEY “1968 FOOTBALL GAME” PLAYER CARICATURES [7/19], CRESTS [6/12], MASCOTS [4/12] & ROSETTES [9/12]; “1969 FOOTBALL GAME” CARICATURES [5/24] & PRIZE CARD [1/2]. FAIR/VG. $300-400 454

456 c1968 MILO “FOOTBALL EMBLEM PINS” [8/30] - COLLINGWOOD, RICHMOND, GLENELG, STH ADELAIDE, WEST ADELAIDE, WEST TORRENS, CLAREMONT, STH FREMANTLE; PLUS 1969 TWISTIES “FOOTBALL EMBLEM PIN” [1/30] CENTRAL DISTRICTS. MAINLY G/VG. $200-250 457 1968 SCANLENS “FOOTBALLERS”, SERIES A (PUZZLE OF 1967 GRAND FINAL ON REVERSE), COMPLETE SET [44]. G/VG. $400-500 458 1968 SCANLENS “FOOTBALLERS”, SERIES B (PUZZLE OF TEAM LOGOS ON REVERSE), PART SET [33/40]; PLUS “VFL CLUB MASCOTS INSERTS” [1/12]. FAIR/VG. $250-300 459 1969 SCANLENS “FOOTBALLERS”, ALMOST COMPLETE SET [38/48]. FAIR/VG. $250-300 460 1969 SCANLENS “FOOTBALLERS DIE CUTS”, ALMOST COMPLETE SET [15/18]. FAIR/VG. 4 WITH OUTSIDE SECTION REMOVED, ONE DAMAGED, 10 SUPERB. $600-700

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476 461 1970 SCANLENS “FOOTBALLERS”, PART SET [35/66]. MAINLY G/VG. $300-400

467 1973 SCANLENS “FOOTBALLERS”, SERIES B, ALMOST COMPLETE SET [65/72]. MAINLY G/VG. $400-500

462 1970 SCANLENS “FOOTBALLERS MINI-POSTERS”, PART SET [9/12]. MAINLY G/VG (ONE WITH PINHOLES). $150-200

468 1973 SCANLENS “CLUB MASCOT STICKER INSERTS”, PART SET [7/12]. ONE FAIR, OTHERS G/ VG. $200-250

463 1970-73 KELLOGGS, NOTED 1970 “VFL FOOTY STARS” [5/48]; 1971 “VFL FOOTY FESTIVAL” 7/48]; 1971 “SANFL FOOTY FESTIVAL” [8/48]; 1973 “AUSTRALIAN FOOTBALL CARICATURES” [2/30]. FAIR/VG. $200-250

469 1973 GOLDEN PRESS “AUSTRALIAN FOOTBALL CHAMPIONS” [48]; 1975 VFL PROPERTIES DIVISION “CLUB SHIELDS” [12]; 1992 CONTINUITY GROUP “3D COLOURGRAMS” [15]. $100-150

464 1971-73 SUNICRUST “VFL FOOTY SWAP CARDS” [42/50]; “WEG’S FOOTY FUNNIES” [18/40]; “WEG’S FANTASTIC FOOTY CARTOONS” [8/40]. FAIR/VG. $300-400 465 1972 SCANLENS “FOOTBALLERS”, ALMOST COMPLETE SET [64/66]. MAINLY G/VG. $300-400 466 1973 SCANLENS “FOOTBALLERS”, SERIES A, ALMOST COMPLETE SET [66/72]. MAINLY G/VG. $400-500

470 1974 SCANLENS “CLUB MASCOT STICKER INSERTS”, ALMOST COMPLETE SET [10/12 + 2 SPARE]. (6 PAIRS). MAINLY G/VG. $200-250 471 1975 SCANLENS “FOOTBALLERS”, PART SET [77/132 + 8/12 CHECKLISTS]. FAIR/VG. $150-200 472 1981 KELLOGGS “AUSTRALIAN FOOTBALL GREATS” [17/30]. G/VG. $150-200

473 1981-82 ARDMONA “BIG LEAGUE SERIES 1” ESSENDON [33], SOUTH MELBOURNE [33] & COLLINGWOOD [16/33]; “BIG LEAGUE SERIES 2” ESSENDON [18]. G/VG. $200-250 474 1997 PROSTAR “HEADLINERS” (24). G/VG. $100-150 475 1998 PIG SKIN PROMOTIONS “COLLINGWOOD 1958 PREMIERSHIP TEAM RE-UNION”, COMPLETE SET [24 + TITLE CARD], WITH 21 CARDS SIGNED INCLUDING THOROLD MERRETT, MURRAY WEIDEMAN & KEVIN ROSE. $300-400 476 1999 PIG SKIN PROMOTIONS “MELBOURNE PREMIERSHIP SERIES 1959”, COMPLETE SET [21] IN UNCUT SHEET, WITH 20 CARDS SIGNED INCLUDING RON BARASSI, NORM SMITH & HASSA MANN. $700-800 477 2004 SELECT/ COLLINGWOOD FOOTBALL CLUB “COLLINGWOOD HALL OF FAME” BASE SET [110], PLUS NATHAN BUCKLEY SIGNATURE CARD. $150-200

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FOOTBALL RUGBY LEAGUE

Lots 501-544

The Ray Stehr Collection Raymond Ernest Stehr (1913-83) was one of Australia’s finest rugby league

at third place in the most games by a player for the state (behind Clive Churchill

players. He played for Eastern Suburbs from 1929-1946, winning premierships

and Graeme Langlands).

in 1935, 1936, 1937, 1940 & 1945. He coached Eastern Suburbs 1939, 1941, 1946 & 1949; and Manly-Warringah 1947-48.Later he was club president of Easts and

His father-in-law, Wally Webb, played for Eastern Suburbs in 1909, but is best

a rugby commentator.

remembered as one of the club’s earliest secretaries, and was club president for

Ray Stehr represented NSW 1931-41, and toured with the Australian Kangaroos

many years

in 1933-34 & 1937-38. All told he represented Australia on 55 occasions and in 11 Tests. He played 33 matches for New South Wales, a tally which stands today

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501 EASTERN SUBURBS: NSWRFU PREMIERSHIP MEDAL DECORATED WITH RUBY, DIAMOND & SAPHIRE, ENGRAVED ON REVERSE “1ST GRADE PREMIERS, 1913, EASTERN SUBURBS DISTRICT CLUB, W.WEBB”. $5,000-10,000

501

502 RAY STEHR: DISPLAY COMPRISING POCKETS (34) SPANNING RAY’S ENTIRE REPRESENTATIVE CAREER. NOTED RANDWICK HIGH SCHOOL 1926-27: CITY 1933-41: COUNTRY 1934: EASTERN ARMY COMMAND; AUSTRALIA 1933-34, 1935, 1936, 1937-38; ENGLAND; NEW ZEALAND 1935 & 1936; FRANCE; NSW AS PLAYER 1937-41 & AS COACH 1951, 1952 & 1955. FRAMED & GLAZED 168 X 65CM $3,000-4,500 502A EASTERN SUBURBS: ANNUAL REPORTS FOR 1929 & 1930. PROVENANCE: RAY STEHR COLLECTION $100-150

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503 1930 INTERNATIONAL MATCH TICKET, AUSTRALIA V THE REST, AGRICULTURAL GROUND, 14TH JUNE 1930. PROVENANCE: RAY STEHR COLLECTION $100-150 504 RAY STEHR’S 1931 NSW JERSEY, ORIGINAL JERSEY FROM FIRST GAME REPRESENTING NSW. WINDOW MOUNTED WITH FOUR BLAZER BADGES FROM HIS CAREER, FRAMED & GLAZED, OVERALL 92 X 90CM $1,000-1,500 505 “COUNTRY CARNIVAL, OFFICIAL PROGRAMME, CITY V COUNTRY, 27TH MAY 1931”. PROVENANCE: RAY STEHR COLLECTION $100-150 506 1931 EASTERN SUBURBS TOUR TO NEW ZEALAND, TWO SOUVENIR BROCHURES. FAIR/GOOD CONDITION. PROVENANCE: RAY STEHR COLLECTION $100-200 507 PROGRAMME, NORTHLAND (NZ CHAMPIONS) V EASTERN SUBURBS, 8TH OCTOBER 1931. PROVENANCE: RAY STEHR COLLECTION $100-150 508 PROGRAMME, SYDNEY EASTERN SUBURBS V SOUTH AUCKLAND, 14TH OCTOBER 1931. PROVENANCE: RAY STEHR COLLECTION. $100-150

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509 SIGNED PHOTO OF 1931 NSW REP TEAM TO QUEENSLAND, 43 X 38CM. PROVENANCE: RAY STEHR COLLECTION $150-200 510 1932 NSW RUGBY LEAGUE TEAM, ORIGINAL PHOTOGRAPH, 38 X 30CM. PROVENANCE: RAY STEHR COLLECTION. $200-250 511 “RUGBY LEAGUE NEWS, OFFICIAL SILVER JUBILEE SOUVENIR, THIRD TEST, ENGLAND V AUSTRALIA, 16TH JULY 1932” PROVENANCE: RAY STEHR COLLECTION $150-250 512 1933-34 AUSTRALIAN RL TOUR TO ENGLAND, ORIGINAL PHOTOGRAPHIC POST CARD SHOWING TEAM EXCERSISES ON THE JOURNEY. PROVENANCE: RAY STEHR COLLECTION $100-150 513 1933-34 AUSTRALIAN RL TOUR TO ENGLAND, TWO COPIES OF LUNCHEON MENU, 13TH JANUARY 1934. PROVENANCE: RAY STEHR COLLECTION $100-150

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514 “THE AUSTRALIAN RUGBY LEAGUE KANGAROOS, WORLD TOUR 1933-34, GREETINGS FOR A MERRY CHRISTMAS AND A PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR”. PROVENANCE: RAY STEHR COLLECTION $150-250

519 1936 AUSTRALIAN KANGAROOS, TEAM PHOTOGRAPH WITH TITLE “AUSTRALIAN RUGBY LEAUGE, 1ST TEST TEAM VS ENGLAND 1936” SIZE 81 X 61CM $200-300

515 PROGRAMME OF INTERNATIONAL RUGBY LEAGUE MATCH ENGLAND V AUSTRALIA IN FRANCE 31ST DECEMBER 1933. PROVENANCE: RAY STEHR COLLECTION $300-400

520 AUSTRALIAN RUGBY LEAGUE TEST TEAM WELCOME DINNER MENU, 23RD JUNE 1936. PROVENANCE: RAY STEHR COLLECTION $100-200

516 1933 KANGAROOS, PHOTO OF THE TEAM VISITING TOOHEYS BREWERY IN SYDNEY, 30 X 25CM $100-150 517 RAY STEHR’S AUSTRALIAN PLAYERS TRUNK, FROM 1933-34 TOUR TO ENGLAND. ORIGINAL HANDLES HAVE BEEN REPLACED BY LEATHER STRAPS. $200-400 518 1935 AUSTRALIAN RL TEAM TO NEW ZEALAND, TEAM PHOTOGRAPH, 51 X 40CM. PROVENANCE: RAY STEHR COLLECTION $150-200

521 RAY STEHR GROUP: NEGATIVE OF 1936 AUSTRALIAN RL TEAM FOR FIRST TEST V ENGLAND: FRAMED NEWSPAPER CLIPPING; 1962 PHOTO OF RAY STEHR WITH NORM PROVAN AND ARTHUR SUMMONS. $100-150 522 EASTERN SUBURBS: TROPHY PRESENTED TO RAY STEHR FOR PLAYING 100 MATCHES WITH THE CLUB, 1936 $200-300 523 1936 AUSTRALIAN RUGBY LEAGUE TEAM V ENGLAND, FRAMED TEAM PHOTOGRAPH. PROVENANCE: RAY STEHR COLLECTION $150-200


524 “THE RUGBY LEAGUE NEWS”, SYDNEY JUNE 1936, VOL.17 NO.13. PLUS A REPRINT OF VOL.10 NO.19 (10TH AUGUST 1929). PROVENANCE: RAY STEHR COLLECTION $100-150 525 1937 KANGAROOS TOUR OVAL BADGE WITH KANGAROO & TEXT “AUSTRALIA 1937” PROVENANCE: RAY STEHR COLLECTION $150-250 526 LIFE SAVING BRONZE MEDALLION, ENGRAVED TO “R.E.STEHR 16.2.37”. $100-150 527 1937-38 AUSTRALIAN RL TOUR TO ENGLAND, PLAYERS AGREEMENT, UNSIGNED. PROVENANCE: RAY STEHR COLLECTION $100-200 531

528 ENGRAVED SILVER PLATE, PRESENTED TO RAY STEHR ON PLAYING HIS 100TH FIRST GRADE GAME 1939 $500-1,000 529 1939 “AUCKLAND RUGBY LEAGUE GAZETTE” COMMEMORATING THE VISIT OF EASTERN SUBURBS. PROVENANCE: RAY STEHR COLLECTION $80-100 530 EASTERN SUBURBS: 1940 PREMIERSHIP TEAM PHOTOGRAPH, 37 X 29CM. PROVENANCE: RAY STEHR COLLECTION $200-300 531 MATCHING PAIR OF ENGRAVED SILVER VASES, PRESENTED TO RAY STEHR IN RECOGNITION OF HIS PLAYING OF 200 GRADE GAMES WITH EASTERN SUBURBS 1928-45 $1,000-1,500 532 EASTERN SUBURBS; RAY STEHR’S PREMIERSHIP BLAZER EMBROIDED ON POCKET “N.S.W.R.F.L, EASTERN SUBURBS, FIRST GRADE PREMIERS, 1935, 1936, 1937, 1940, 1945” FRAMED & GLAZED, OVERALL 84 X 105CM $500-1,000 533 EASTERN SUBURBS: 1945 TEAM PHOTOGRAPH, WINNERS C.C.FLOWERS MEMORIAL PENNANT, CLUB CHAMPIONSHIP 1945, SIZE 41 X 25CM. PROVENANCE: RAY STEHR COLLECTION $150-200

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534 REPRINTED CARTOONS BY EYRE JR (3) & KERWIN MAEGRAINT, ALL SHOWING RAY STEHR. $100-150 535 RUGBY LEAGUE: 1949-78 PROGRAMMES (9) & PHOTOGRAPHS (4). $100-150 536 EASTERN SUBURBS: FRAMED CERTIFICATE HONOURING RAYMOND STEHR AS A LIFE MEMBER OF EASTERN SUBURBS LEAGUES CLUB $100-150 537 EASTERN SUBURBS: POSTHUMOUS AWARD TO RAY STEHR FOR BEING SELECTED AS PROP IN THE CENTURIANS - THE ROOSTERS TEAM OF THE CENTURY. $300-500 538 ORIGINAL LARRY PICKERING CARTOON. PROVENANCE: RAY STEHR COLLECTION $100-150

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539 RAY STEHR’S “HALL OF CHAMPIONS” CERTIFICATE, WINDOW MOUNTED WITH CAREER OVERVIEW & PHOTO OF 6TH AUSTRALIAN RL KANGAROOS, FRAMED & GLAZED, OVERALL 53 X 49CM $100-150 540 RAY STEHR’S ROOSTER’S HALL OF FAME MEDAL, THE 5TH PLAYER INDUCTED. PLAYING CAREER 19291946, 174 GAMES; COACHING CAREER 1939-1949, 62 GAMES. INDUCTED 11TH JULY 2012 $500-1,000 541 EASTERN SUBURBS: 100 YEAR CELEBRATION TIE, NUMBER “32” GIVEN TO RAYMOND STEHR ON BEHALF OF HIS GRANDFATHER WALLY WEBB. $100-150 542 EASTERN SUBURBS: 100 YEAR CELEBRATION TIE, NUMBER “190” GIVEN TO RAYMOND FRANCIS STEHR ON BEHALF OF HIS FATHER RAYMOND ERNEST STEHR. $100-150 543 “GREATEST KANAGROOS EVER 1908-2008” JERSEY, SIGNED BY ALL LIVING PLAYERS, WINDOW MOUNTED, FRAMED & GLAZED, OVERALL 85 X 108CM. PROVENANCE: RAY STEHR COLLECTION $500-1,000 544 NRL: SIGNED DISPLAYS OF TODD CARNEY (2) , BENJI MARSHALL & BRETT STEWART; PLUS BOOK SIGNED ANDREW JOHNS. $200-250 54

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FOOTBALL RUGBY UNION

Lots 551-565

553 551 EARLY RUGBY UNION PHOTOGRAPHIC CABINET CARD BY WILEY OF BRISBANE, PRESENTED TO S.A.SPRAGG BY THE NORTH BRISBANE F.C. 1901. [LONNIE SPRAGG PLAYED IN THE INAUGURAL RUGBY TEST MATCH FOR AUSTRALIA IN 1899. HE DIED IN FEB.1904 AT THE AGE OF 25]. $100-120 552 1903 AUSTRALIAN REP.15 RUGBY UNION V NEW ZEALAND, OFFICIAL TEAM PHOTOGRAPH. AUSTRALIA’S FIRST TOUR TO NZ. $600-800

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553 NSW AUSTRALIAN RUGBY UNION TEAM PHOTOGRAPH 1904, SIGNED INCLUDING SNOWY BAKER AND MANY OF THE FAMOUS 1ST WALLABIES TO THE UK IN 1908. FRAMED IN BIRD’S EYE MAPLE. $1,200-1,500 554 c1906-07 NSW/AUSTRALIA RUGBY UNION TEAM, OFFICIAL PHOTOGRAPH, INCLUDING DALLY MESSENGER & MANY PLAYERS WHO DEFECTED TO RUGBY LEAGUE IN 1907. $1,000-1,200 554

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557 1908 FIRST WALLABIES TOUR TO UK (INCLUDING GOLD MEDAL AT 1908 OLYMPICS), LARGE TEAM PHOTOGRAPH AT ST.GEORGE’S CHAPEL WINDSOR CASTLE. PROVENANCE: JOSEPH STEVENSON, ONE OF THE PLAYERS. A WONDERFUL TEAM PHOTOGRAPH. $800-1,000 558 1908 RARE PHOTOGRAPHIC POSTCARD, ENGLAND V NSW, ANGLO-WELSH RUGBY UNION TEAM AT THE SYDNEY CRICKET GROUND. $150-200 559 WW1 RUGBY: “SOUVENIR PROGRAMME, CHARITY FOOTBALL MATCH, ADMINISTRATIVE HEADQUARTERS A.I.F. VERSUS RESERVE BATTALLION WELSH GUARDS”, PLAYED AT LONDON, NOV.10TH 1917, IN AID OF THE ANZAC BUFFET. WITH 9 SIGNATURES ON COVERS. SOME TONE SPOTS. $200-250

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563 20TH CENTURY AUSTRALIAN RUGBY CAPTAINS, SIGNED PICTURE, LIMITED EDITION #35/100. $600-800 564 1996 TRI-NATIONS RUGBY SERIES: AUSTRALIA, NZ & SOUTH AFRICA JERSEYS SIGNED BY CAPTAINS JOHN EALES, SEAN FITZPATRICK & FRANCOIS PIENAAR, FRAMED & GLAZED, OVERALL 150 X 94CM. PROVENANCE: RAY STEHR COLLECTION $400-600

565 2003 RUGBY WORLD CUP, FRAMED JERSEY WITH BADGES OF ALL COMPETING NATIONS, LIMITED EDITION 791/1000, FRAMED & GLAZED, OVERALL 89 X 109CM. PROVENANCE: RAY STEHR COLLECTION $200-300

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566 ORIGINAL PHOTOGRAPHS (4) OF FAMOUS GOLFERS, H.VARDON, JAMES BRAID, J.H.TAYLOR, J.G.SHERLOCK. WINDOW MOUNTED TOGETHER, OVERALL 41 X 51CM $600-700 567 GOLF CARTOON BOOK “THE ROYAL QUOKKA SUITE”, HAND-DRAWN BY H.B.ARMSTRONG. $100-150 568 GOLF: “CHESTERFIELD CIGARETTES PRESENT RECORD GOLF” GROUP OF 8 RECORDS. $100-120

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571 F1 SIGNED PHOTOGRAPHS - ALAN JONES, MARK WEBBER, SEBASTIAN VETTEL, JENSON BUTTON, FELIPE MASSA (2) & G.BRUNI. $200-250 572 V8 SUPERCARS: SIGNED PHOTOS - NOTED RUSSELL INGALL, TODD KELLY, GREG MURPHY, STEVE RICHARDS, RICK KELLY, CRAIG LOWDNES, JAMIE WHINCUP, JASON BRIGHT, JAMES COURTNEY, GARTH TANDER; SIGNED POSTER & UNSIGNED PHOTO. $250-300

573 CASEY STONER, SIGNED NORTON MOTO GP HELMET. $500-600 574 MOTO GP SIGNED PHOTOS - WAYNE GARDINER, MICK DOOHAN, CASEY STONER, ANT WEST, CHRIS VERMUELEN, DANI PEDROS & JORGE LORENZO. $200-250

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The Murray Rose Collection A legend of the sport and an inspiration to many, Iain Murray Rose, AM (6 January 1939 – 15 April 2012) was a six-time Olympic medalist (four gold, one silver, one bronze), and at one time held world records in the 400-metre, 800-metre and 1500-metre freestyle. He made his Olympic debut as a 17 year old in the 1956 Summer Olympics and won three gold medals. Four years later, as a 21-year-old, he won another three Olympic medals (one gold, one silver, one bronze) at the 1960 Summer Olympics. Murray Rose was voted Australia’s Greatest Male Olympian. Rose’s Olympic medals are currently on display in the National Sports Museum at the MCG, but we are delighted to include the remainder of his collection in this auction, including many of the trophies pictured in the photograph above.

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601 MURRAY ROSE’S BONDI AMATUER SWIMMING CLUB TROPHIES, NOTED PLAQUES FOR 1952-53, 1953-54, 1954-55, 1955-56 & 1956-57, CELEBRATING CLUB, STATE, AUSTRALIAN & WORLD RECORDS; CLUB CHAMPION TROPHIES (4); OTHER TROPHIES (11); TRAY; BOOKS (3) & SUGAR BOWL. $1,500-2,000 602 PROGRAMMES, 1953-62, NOTED SCHOOL (3); NSW CHAMOIONSHIPS (9); AUSTRALIAN CHAMPIONSHIPS (7); 1956 NZ TOUR (5); OLYMPIC TRIALS (3); 1956 OLYMPICS (8); POST-OLYMPICS (2) & USA (2). TOTAL 39. $500-700 603 BALANCE OF MURRAY ROSE’S TROPHIES, NOTED STOP-WATCH ENGRAVED ON REVERSE; PEWTER TANKARDS (2); SWIMMING HALL OF FAME BADGES (2). $300-400 604 BALANCE OF MURRAY ROSE COLLECTION, NOTED 1952 PASSPORT STAMPED FOR USA, JAPAN, ROME 1960; DIARY FOR TRIP TO UK AS 13-YEAR OLD BOY; KILT PIN, BOOMERANG, ROSE FAMILY TILE, LETTERS & POSTCARDS. $300-400

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605 RECORD CERTIFICATES, 1955-62, NOTED SOUTH AUSTRALIA (8), QUEENSLAND (10) & BRITISH EMPIRE (4). $500-600 606 MURRAY ROSE’S WINGED VICTORY TROPHY, WITH PLAQUE ENGRAVED “N.S.W.A.S.A. IN RECOGNITION OF THE WORLD’S RECORDS CREATED BY MURRAY ROSE AT THE 1955-56 STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS, SYDNEY”. $1,000-1,500 607 TOBRUK MEMORIAL BATHS, TOWNSVILLE 1956 OLYMPIC SWIM TEAM TRAINING CAMP: TWO HAND-PAINTED COCONUTS, EACH WITH SIGNATURES OF ABOUT 20 SWIMMERS FROM AUSTRALIA, USA, MEXICO, JAPAN & RUSSIA. TOGETHER WITH PHOTOGRAPHS (5). [SIX WORLD RECORDS WERE SET THERE IN ONE NIGHT IN 1956]. ALSO COCONUT HAND-PAINTED BY SCHOOLCHILDREN DURING 2000 REUNION. $400-600

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608 MURRAY ROSE’S WORN SWIMMING TRUNKS 1956 MELBOURNE OLYMPICS, WITH EMBROIDERED AUSTRALIA INSIDE MAP $2,000-3,000 609 MURRAY ROSE’S SWIMMING TRUNKS 1956 MELBOURNE OLYMPICS, WITH EMBROIDERED AUSTRALIA INSIDE MAP, VERY GOOD CONDITION WITH ORIGINAL PACKAGING $2,000-3,000 610 MURRARY ROSE’S DRESSING GOWN WITH “MR” MONOGRAM ON POCKET AND “AUSTRALIA” ON REVERSE $1,000-1,500 611 MURRAY ROSE’S OLYMPICS BLAZER WITH AUSTRALIAN COAT OF ARMS, OLYMPIC RINGS & “OLYMPIC GAMES 1956” EMBROIDERED ON ON POCKET, MADE LATER TO WEAR TO OLYMPIC EVENTS $1,000-1,500 612 MURRAY ROSE’S BLAZER POCKET FROM 1956 OLYMPIC GAMES PLUS BADGE FROM 1956 OLYMPIC GAMES TRACK SUIT $200-300 613 MURRAY ROSE’S AUSTRALIAN TRACK SUIT TOP AND PANTS, MADE BY SPEEDO WITH AUSTRALIAN COAT OF ARMS BADGE ON POCKET $1,000-1,500 614 MURRAY ROSE’S 1956 OLYMPIC TIE WITH EMBROIDERED KANGAROO OVER OLYMPIC RINGS $100-200 615 MURRAY ROSE’S 1956 OLYMPICS HAT BAND WITH EMBROIDERED OLYMPIC RINGS $100-200 616 MURRAY ROSE’S COLLECTION OF 7 TIES, INCLUDING 1956 OLYMPICS $200-300 617 MURRAY ROSE’S HAND KNITTED AUSTRALIAN BEANIE $100-150 611

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619 MURRAY ROSE’S COLLECTION OF 5 OLYMPIC TOWELS $200-300 620 MURRAY ROSE’S BELT BUCKLE “AUSTRALIA, OLYMPIC TEAM, MELBOURNE 1956” $100-150 621 MURRAY ROSE’S 1956 MELBOURNE OLYMPICS PARTICIPATION MEDAL, IN ORIGINAL CASE. $300-400 622 MURRAY ROSE’S SWIMMING MEDAL: “FINA/ FEDERATION INTERNATIONALE DE NATATION AMATEUR” MEDAL, ENGRAVED ON REVERSE “MELBOURNE 1956”. $200-250

623 MURRAY ROSE’S IOC OLYMPIC PARTICIPANT’S BADGE: OLYMPIC TORCH BADGE DATED “1956”, AFFIXED TO CARD “GAMES OF THE XVIth OLYMPIAD, 1956, PARTICIPANT, 53111”, IN WHITE PRESENTATION WALLET WITH OLYMPIC RINGS ON FRONT. $150-200

626 MURRAY ROSE’S IOC OLYMPIC GOLD MEDALLIST’S BADGE: OLYMPIC TORCH BADGE DATED “1956”, AFFIXED TO CARD “GAMES OF THE XVIth OLYMPIAD, 1956, GOLD, 8589”, IN BLACK PRESENTATION WALLET WITH OLYMPIC RINGS ON FRONT. $300-400

624 MURRAY ROSE’S IOC OLYMPIC PARTICIPANT’S BADGE: OLYMPIC TORCH BADGE DATED “1956”, AFFIXED TO CARD “GAMES OF THE XVIth OLYMPIAD, 1956, PARTICIPANT, 53251”, IN WHITE PRESENTATION WALLET WITH OLYMPIC RINGS ON FRONT. $150-200

627 MURRAY ROSE’S IOC OLYMPIC GOLD MEDALLIST’S BADGE: OLYMPIC TORCH BADGE DATED “1956”, AFFIXED TO CARD “GAMES OF THE XVIth OLYMPIAD, 1956, GOLD, 8592”, IN BLACK PRESENTATION WALLET WITH OLYMPIC RINGS ON FRONT. $300-400

625 MURRAY ROSE’S IOC OLYMPIC GOLD MEDALLIST’S BADGE: OLYMPIC TORCH BADGE DATED “1956”, AFFIXED TO CARD “GAMES OF THE XVIth OLYMPIAD, 1956, GOLD, 8588”, IN BLACK PRESENTATION WALLET WITH OLYMPIC RINGS ON FRONT. $300-400

628 GREAT BRITAIN TEAM BADGE FROM 1956 MELBOURNE OLYMPICS. $100-150

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629 MURRAY ROSE’S GOLD MEDAL DIPLOMA, WITH “DIPLOMA, OLYMPIC GAMES MELBOURNE 1956/ FIRST, SWIMMING - 400 M. FREE STYLE, M.ROSE”. MINOR SMOKE STAINING. $1,000-1,500 630 MURRAY ROSE’S GOLD MEDAL DIPLOMA, WITH “DIPLOMA, OLYMPIC GAMES MELBOURNE 1956/ FIRST, SWIMMING - 1500 M. FREE STYLE, M.ROSE”. MINOR SMOKE STAINING. $1,000-1,500 631 MURRAY ROSE’S GOLD MEDAL DIPLOMA, WITH “DIPLOMA, OLYMPIC GAMES MELBOURNE 1956/ FIRST, SWIMMING - 4 X 200 M. RELAY, M.ROSE AUSTRALIA”. MINOR SMOKE STAINING. $1,000-1,500 632 MURRAY ROSE’S FINA WORLD RECORD CERTIFICATE, AWARDED TO “M.ROSE, 1500 MTRS. FREESTYLE, 17 MIN. 59,5 SEC. MADE ON OCTOBER 30. 1956 AT MELBOURNE. $1,000-1,500 629

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633 “THE OFFICIAL REPORT OF THE ORGANIZING COMMITTEE FOR THE GAMES OF THE XVI OLYMPIAD MELBOUNE 1956” [MELBOURNE, 1958]. $100-150 634 “OLYMPIC GAMES MELBOURNE 1956 AUSTRALIAN TEAM REPORTS” SIGNED TO MURRAY BY AUTHOR; PLUS SCARCE “REPORT ON TOUR OF NEW ZEALAND, FEBRUARY 28 - MARCH 14, 1956”. $100-150 635 OLYMPICS GROUP, NOTED 1956 SCARF; 1956 “SPEEDO SWIM NEWS” POSTER NO.1; DECALS “MEMBER OF AUSTRALIAN OLYMPIC TEAM” & “ROME OLYMPICS”; PHOTOGRAPHS (5); MEXICO ‘68 SHOT-GLASS; CEREAL PACKETS (2); SYDNEY 2000 CD. $200-300 636 MURRAY ROSE EPHEMERA, NOTED 1956 OLYMPICS GROUP (7); MAGAZINES FEATURING MURRAY ROSE (19); MAGAZINE ARTICLES (14); PROGRAMMES/MENUS (8). $300-400

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637 MURRAY ROSE ARCHIVE BOX WITH FILES INCLUDING ACTING; COACH SAM HERFORD; PHOTOGRAPHS; LETTERS; NEWSPAPER CLIPPINGS; TELEGRAMS; CERTIFICATES; SCHOOL PHOTOS. INSPECTION WILL REWARD. $400-600 638 MURRAY ROSE’S TRAINING SWIMMERS WITH MURRAY ROSE NAME TAG INSIDE PLUS SWIMMERS FROM CIRCA 2000 $200-300 639 MURRAY ROSE’S OMEGA SEAMASTER WATCH. $400-600 640 MURRAY ROSE’S 1959 TRIP TO JAPAN: GROUP WITH JAPANESE DOLL IN CASE (WITH PHOTO OF PRESENTATION TO SWIMMERS); PHOTO ALBUM WITH 54 PHOTOGRAPHS; LARGE SWIMMING TROPHY; MEDALS (4); FLYING FISH PLAQUE; SAKE SET; FANS (7), OTHER SOUVENIRS. $1,000-1,500

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642 MURRAY ROSE’S AUSTRALIAN SHIRT 1960 ROME OLYMPICS, MADE BY SPEEDO. AUSTRALIAN KANGAROO ON POCKET $200-300 643 MURRAY ROSE’S LAP-TOWEL, WHITE WITH BADGE “KANGAROO ROME 1960, AUSTRALIA, OLYMPIC RINGS”, MADE BY JOCKEY $300-500 644 MURRAY ROSE’S 1960 ROME OLYMPICS PARTICIPATION MEDAL, IN ORIGINAL CASE. $250-350 645 MURRAY ROSE’S SWIMMING MEDAL: “FINA/ FEDERATION INTERNATIONALE DE NATATION AMATEUR” MEDAL, ENGRAVED ON REVERSE “ROMA 1960”. $200-250

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646 MURRAY ROSE’S IOC OLYMPIC GOLD MEDALLIST’S BADGE: OLYMPIC TORCH BADGE DATED “1960”, AFFIXED TO CARD “GAMES OF THE XVIIth OLYMPIAD, 1960, GOLD, 7904”, IN BLACK PRESENTATION WALLET WITH OLYMPIC RINGS ON FRONT. $300-400 647 MURRAY ROSE’S IOC OLYMPIC SILVER MEDALLIST’S BADGE: OLYMPIC TORCH BADGE DATED “1960”, AFFIXED TO CARD “GAMES OF THE XVIIth OLYMPIAD, 1960, SILVER, 8136”, IN BLACK PRESENTATION WALLET WITH OLYMPIC RINGS ON FRONT. $250-350 648 MURRAY ROSE’S IOC OLYMPIC BRONZE MEDALLIST’S BADGE: OLYMPIC TORCH BADGE DATED “1960”, AFFIXED TO CARD “GAMES OF THE XVIIth OLYMPIAD, 1960, BRONZE, 13632”, IN BLACK PRESENTATION WALLET WITH OLYMPIC RINGS ON FRONT. $250-350

649 MURRAY ROSE’S 1960 ROME OFFICIAL COMPETITOR’S BADGE. $500-700 650 MURRAY ROSE’S SHORT CASUAL JAPANESE KIMONO. $100-150 651 MURRAY ROSE’S 1962 COMMONWEALTH GAMES BLAZER WITH AUSTRALIAN COAT OF ARMS AND “BRITISH E&C GAMES, PERTH 1962, SWIMMING” EMBROIDERED ON ON POCKET $200-300 652 MURRAY ROSE’S COLLECTION OF BADGES & PINS: OLYMPIC TEAM PINS INCLUDING AUTRALIA (6), JAPAN & SWITZERLAND; BADGES WITH “SWIMMING HALL OF FAME”; US COLLEGIATE CHAMPION PINS (5); TIE PIN; 5/- COIN; MEDALLIONS (7); KEY RINGS (6). $300-400


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653 MURRAY ROSE’S FINA WORLD RECORD CERTIFICATE, AWARDED TO “M.ROSE, AUSTRALIA. 800 METRES FREESTYLE, 8 MIN. 51,5 SEC. MADE ON AUGUST 26, 1962 AT LOS ALTOS. $1,000-1,500

656 MURRAY ROSE’S LAAC PLAQUE, ENGRAVED “MURRAY ROSE, WORLD RECORD, 200 METER FREESTYLE 2:00.4, 400 METER FREESTYLE 4:13.4, 800 METER FREESTYLE 8:51.5. 1962”. $200-400

654 MURRAY ROSE’S FINA WORLD RECORD CERTIFICATE, AWARDED TO “M.ROSE, AUSTRALIA. 1500 M. FREESTYLE, 17 MIN. 01.8 SEC. MADE ON AUGUST 2, 1964 AT LOS ALTOS. $1,000-1,500

657 “FAITH, LOVE, AND SEAWEED” BY IAN F. ROSE [NEW YORK, 1963], ENDORSED “TO MURRAY - THE FIRST COPY OF MY FIRST BOOK. THE JACKET IS BEING ALTERED BUT THE BOOK ITSELF IS THE BEST I CAN DO. FATHER”. TOGETHER WITH 1969 PAPERBACK EDITION. $200-250

655 MURRAY ROSE’S FINA WORLD RECORD CERTIFICATE, AWARDED TO “M.ROSE, AUSTRALIA. 880 YDS FREESTYLE, 8 MIN. 55.5 SEC. MADE ON SEPTEMBER 5, 1964 AT VANCOUVER. $1,000-1,500

658 PRINT OF FRANK MULLINS’ ARTWORK OF MURRAY ROSE, USED FOR THE COVER OF ‘SPORTS ILLUSTRATED’ IN AUG.1961, FRAMED & GLAZED, OVERALL 51X62CM. WITH COPY OF ORIGINAL MAGAZINE. [ORIGINAL PAINTING WAS DESTROYED IN A FIRE AT HIS MOTHER’S HOME IN HOLLYWOOD, CA. REPLACED THROUGH THE ARTIST & ‘SPORTS ILLUSTRATED’] $200-300 659 MURRAY ROSE AT COLLEGE IN AMERICA: GROUP WITH AMERICAN RECORD CERTIFICATES (20); ALL AMERICA COLLEGIATE SWIMMING TEAM CERTIFICATES (11); TROPHIES (6); HELMS WORLD TROPHY AWARD 1962; BELT BUCKLES (2); CERTIFICATES (4); PHOTOS (13) & LETTERS. $1,500-2,000

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659A BROADCASTING: GROUP WITH CLOTH BADGES FROM “NBC/ TOKYO 1964”, ABC (USA), CHANNEL 7 & CHANNEL 9; BROADCASTER’S SECURITY PASSES (3); PHOTOGRAPHS (17), TELEGRAMS, LETTERS, CERTIFICATES & POSTER. $300-400 660 MURRAY ROSE’S AUSTRALIAN TRACK SUIT FROM CIRCA 2000, PLUS TORCH RUNNERS UNIFORM FROM SYDNEY 2000 OLYPICS $150-250 661 MURRAY ROSE’S BADGE “96TH IOC SESSION TOKYO 1990”. $100-200 662 BOOKS (6), NOTED “BOOK OF THE OLYMPICS” BY WALECHINSKY (SIGNED); “EVERYONE BUT PHAR LAP” BY FITZSIMONS (SIGNED); “WATER WORKOUT” BY REED (SIGNED) & ROSE. $100-150 663 LAURENCE OLIVIER, NICE SIGNATURE ON 1968 LETTER TO MURRAY’S FATHER. $100-150 664 WALT KELLY, ORIGINAL CARTOON SIGNED & ENDORSED TO MURRAY’S FATHER. $100-150 665 MURRAY ROSE, SIGNED PHOTOS (15). $300-400 665A “NUMERO UNO” TV PROGRAMME PRODUCED BY BUD GREENSPAN IN 1982. EPISODE FEATURING MURRAY ROSE ON “C” FORMAT TAPE; PLUS PUBLICITY PHOTO. $100-150

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668 MURRAY ROSE’S TROPHY, “THE GREATEST AUSTRALIAN MALE OLYMPIAN, MURRAY ROSE, NOVEMBER 1983”. DESIGNED BY GRUNWALD DESIGN GROUP, CRAFTED BY TECHSHAPE, MELBOURNE. $5,000-7,000 669 MURRAY ROSE’S “SYDNEY OLYMPIC PARK - PATH OF CHAMPIONS” BRONZE PLAQUE, CIRCULAR, 75CM DIAMETER, WITH LIST OF MURRAY’S ACHIEVMENTS & WORLD RECORDS. $1,000-1,200

670 MURRAY ROSE’S ORDER OF AUSTRALIA MEDAL, MEDAL NAMED TO “MURRAY ROSE”, WITH MINIATURE IN ORIGINAL PRESENTATION CASE. PLUS ASSOCIATED BOOKLETS. $300-400 671 MURRAY ROSE’S AUSTRALIAN SPORTS MEDAL, MEDAL NAMED TO “MURRAY ROSE”, WITH MINIATURE IN ORIGINAL PRESENTATION CASE (FAULTS). $250-350

666 BOXING KANGAROO FLAGS (2 - DIFFERENT SIZES). $100-120 667 MURRAY ROSE’S SPORT AUSTRALIA HALL OF FAME TROPHY, BLUE GLASS WITH SILVER BASE, PERSONALISED WITH RELIEF SCULPTURE OF SWIMMER & ENGRAVED “MURRAY ROSE/ THE SPORT AUSTRALIA HALL OF FAME LEGEND 1999”. MADE BY PETER GERTLER, GOLD & SILVERSMITH. $5,000-7,000

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672 MURRAY ROSE’S CENTENARY OF FEDERATION MEDAL, MEDAL NAMED TO “MURRAY ROSE”, WITH MINIATURE IN ORIGINAL PRESENTATION CASE. PLUS CERTIFICATE WITH FACSIMILE SIGNATURES OF PRIME MINISTER JOHN HOWARD & GOVENOR-GENERAL PETER HOLLINGWORTH. $300-400 673 MURRAY ROSE’S “AUSTRALIAN GALLERY OF SPORT - FOUNDATION MEMBER” CERTIFICATE SIGNED BY DON BRADMAN & ROD LAVER; PLUS NSW “HALL OF CHAMPIONS” CERTIFICATE & BOOKLET. $150-200 674 SPORT AUSTRALIA - HALL OF FAME: MURRAY ROSE’S MEDAL, MEMBER CERTIFICATES (2), LEGEND CERTIFICATE & BOOKLET. $250-350 675 AUTOGRAPHS: PHOTOGRAPH SIGNED BY 5 AUSTRALIAN OLYMPIANS INCLUDING MURRAY ROSE, BILL ROYCROFT & JOHN KONRADS; SONG SHEET FOR “DUNCAN” SIGNED PAT ALEXANDER; 1957 LETTER OF INTRODUCTION SIGNED MURRAY ROSE & WITH FACSIMILE AUTOGRAPH OF ROBERT MENZIES. $100-150

676 AUSTRALIAN OLYMPIC COMMITTEE PENNANT WITH 5 SIGNATURES INCLUDING MURRAY ROSE, JOHN KONRADS, KIEREN PERKINS & GRANT HACKETT, FRAMED & GLAZED, OVERALL 67X65CM. $150-200

679 1998 AUSTRALIAN OLYMPIC LEGENDS STAMPS: POSTER SIGNED MURRAY ROSE, HERB ELLOTT, DAWN FRASER, SHIRLEY STRICKLAND, MARJORIE JACKSON & BETTY CUTHBERT THUMB-PRINT; PLUS AUSTRALIA POST BANNER. $150-250

677 2010 GALLIPOLI SWIM ACROSS DARDANELLES: MURRAY ROSE’S MEDALS (2), CERTIFICATE & PRESS CLIPPING. $100-200

680 STAMPS GROUP, NOTED DOMINICAN REPUBLIC 7C MURRAY ROSE STAMP SHEET OF 50; REGISTERED COVER TO MURRAY FRANKED 10 OF HIS STAMPS; OTHER COVERS (3). $100-150

678 1998 AUSTRALIAN OLYMPIC LEGENDS STAMPS: AUSTRALIA POST DISPLAY BOX WITH TWO MURRAY ROSE STAMPS IN GOLD (SOME DISCOLOURATION); FRAMED BOOKLET DISPLAY; FDC’S (2) SIGNED HERB ELLIOTT, DAWN FRASER & MARJORIE JACKSON; PO PACK; MAXI CARDS & BOOKLET $600-800

681 OLYMPIC FLAG, USED TO DRAPE MURRAY ROSE’S CASKET AT HIS FUNERAL, 23 APRIL 2012. TOGETHER WITH ORDER OF SERVICE BOOKLET. $100-200 682 MURRAY ROSE’S COLLECTION OF SHELLS (27). $100-200

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691 1908 LONDON OLYMPICS: “CYCLING” MAGAZINE FOR JULY 15 1908, WITH “FULL PROGRAMME OF THE OLYMPIC GAMES”. $200-250

695 ROWING PROGRAMMES, EX OLYMPICS COACH ALAN CALLOWAY: 1933-77 PROGRAMMES (52) & EPHEMERA (8 ITEMS). $100-150

700 1949 PROGRAMME FOR ATHLETICS MEETING AT MCG WITH 3 SIGNATURES ON COVER INCLUDING FANNY BLANKERS-KOEN & JOYCE KING. $120-150

692 1920 ANTWERP OLYMPICS: DIPLOMA AWARDED TO AUSTRALIA’S SINTON HEWITT FOR COMPETING IN ATHLETICS, SIGNED BY PIERRE DE COUBERTIN, WINDOW MOUNTED, FRAMED & GLAZED, OVERALL 75X63CM. $750-1,000

696 1934 AUSTRALIAN BRITISH EMPIRE GAMES TEAM, LONDON, SIGNED, NOTED DUNC GRAY, CLAIRE DENNIS, NOEL RYAN. $500-600

701 1952 HELSINKI OLYMPICS: PROGRAMME FOR SEND-OFF TO LES PERRY, WITH C62 SIGNATURES INCLUDING LES PERRY. $150-200

697 1936 BERLIN OLYMPICS: MENU “DINNER TO THE OLYMPIC CYCLISTS - CHRIS WHEELER & TAS JOHNSON”. $120-150

702 OLYMPIC SCARVES (14), WITH 1952 HELSINKI, 1964 JAPAN (3), 1972 MUNICH, 1976 MONTREAL (6) & 1980 MOSCOW (3). $250-300

698 1948 LONDON OLYMPICS: FLAG/WALL HANGING WITH LONDON OLYMPICS LOGO & “XIV OLYMPIAD, LONDON 1948/ (OLYMPIC RINGS)”, SIZE 90x122CM. SOME WEAR HOLES & MATERIAL LOSS. $150-200

703 1952 HELSINKI OLYMPICS: LARGE FOLIO EX FRANK JORDAN OF AUSTRALIA, NOTED LETTERS, PHOTOGRAPHS, TICKETS, PROGRAMMES, POSTCARDS; ALMOST COMPLETE DIARY OF HIS 1952 OLYMPIC JOURNEY; MANY POSTCARDS SENT BACK TO FAMILY. A RARE & THOROUGH COLLECTION. $600-800

693 “PALS” AUSTRALIAN BOYS MAGAZINES (2) - AUG.2 1924 WITH JOHNNY WEISSMULLER ON COVER (5 OLYMPIC GOLD MEDALS & THE BEST KNOWN TARZAN); JAN.22 1927 WITH BOY CHARLTON ON COVER (GOLD MEDAL FOR AUSTRALIA IN 1924). $100-120 694 1932 AUSTRALIAN OLYMPIC TEAM: INVITATION TO THE OFFICIAL FAREWELL TO THE AUSTRALIAN OLYMPIC TEAM, WITH 11 PENCIL SIGNATURES ON REVERSE INCLUDING ANDREW ‘BOY’ CHARLTON, CLARE DENNIS, EDDIE SCARF & DUNC GRAY. TOGETHER WITH COLOUR SUPPLEMENT SHOWING ANDREW CHARLTON. $600-800

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699 BRITISH OLYMPIC ASSOCIATION OFFICIAL REPORTS (3) FOR 1948, 1952 & 1956 OLYMPIC GAMES. $100-120

704 1954 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS: EMBROIDERED BADGE “AUSTRALIAN AMATEUR WRESTLING UNION/ (AUSTRALIAN COAT OF ARMS)/ WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS, TOKYO - 1954”. $100-120


705 1956 WINTER OLYMPICS: RED WINTER JACKET & BEANIE, BELIEVED TO BE FROM FRENCH TEAM. $300-400 706 1956 MELBOURNE PARTICIPATION MEDAL, IN BRONZE, DESIGNED BY ANDOR MESZAROS, 63MM DIAMETER, IN ORIGINAL PRESENTATION CASE. $300-400 707 BETTY CUTHBERT: BETTY’S FOUR INDIVIDUAL WORLD RECORD PLAQUES, WINDOW MOUNTED WITH SIGNED PHOTOGRAPH, FRAMED & GLAZED, OVERALL 56X45CM $25,000-30,000 708 BETTY CUTHBERT: BETTY’S FOUR RELAY WORLD RECORD PLAQUES, WINDOW MOUNTED WITH SIGNED PHOTOGRAPH, FRAMED & GLAZED, OVERALL 56X45CM. $25,000-30,000

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709 1956 MELBOURNE OLYMPICS PARTICIPATION MEDAL, IN BRONZE, DESIGNED BY ANDOR MESZAROS, 63MM DIAMETER. $300-400 710 1956 MELBOURNE OLYMPICS PARTICIPATION MEDAL, PROOF OF REVERSE WITH MOTTO “CITIUS, ALTIUS, FORTIUS”, IN BRONZE, DESIGNED BY ANDOR MESZAROS, 63MM DIAMETER. $500-600 711 OFFICIAL BADGE FOR PRESS, MINTED BY K.G.LUKE, WITH GREEN ENAMEL BORDER, BRONZE BACKGROUND AND PALE GREEN RIBBON WITH “PRESS”, NUMBERED “9576” ON REVERSE. $600-700

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712 PROOF OF OFFICIAL BADGE, BY MEDAL MANUFACTURERS K.G.LUKE, FINISHED DESIGN WITHOUT ENAMEL OR BACKGROUND COLOUR, WITH “K.G.LUKE/ MELBOURNE” ON REVERSE. $1,500-2,000 713 PROOF OF AUSTRALIAN OLYMPIAN BADGE, BY BADGE MANUFACTURERS STOKES, FINISHED DESIGN WITHOUT ENAMEL. $400-500

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714 OLYMPIC PARK MEDAL: GOLD-COLOURED MEDAL “PRESENTED BY THE TRUSTEES/ (1956 MELBOURNE OLYMPICS LOGO)/ TO COMMEMORATE THE OPENING DAY/ OF OLYMPIC PARK 1956”. MINTED BY K.G.LUKE. $300-400 715 SWIMMING MEDAL: “FINA/ FEDERATION INTERNATIONALE DE NATATION AMATEUR” MEDAL, ENGRAVED ON REVERSE “MELBOURNE 1956”. $200-250 716 BUFFS MEDAL, WITH “R.A.O.B. - G.A.B.” & “OLYMPIC GAMES” BARS, FRONT OF MEDAL WITH “AUSTRALIA CELEBRATES 1956” & OLYMPIC TORCH. $200-250 717 1956 MELBOURNE OLYMPICS - COACH’S BLAZER, EX PERCY CERUTTY, NAVY BLUE WOOL WITH EMBROIDED AUSTRALIAN COAT-OF-ARMS ON POCKET. $800-1,000 718 PERCY CERUTTY - BOOKS (4) - SIGNED LETTERS (8) $100-200

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719 1956 MELBOURNE OLYMPICS: OFFICIAL’S BLAZER, NAVY BLUE WOOL WITH EMBROIDERED OLYMPIC RINGS & “OLYMPIC GAMES 1956/ OFFICIAL” ON POCKET. $600-800 720 1956 MELBOURNE OLYMPICS: GREY DUST-COAT, WITH POCKET PRINTED WITH OLYMPIC RINGS IN COLOUR & TEXT “XVITH OLYMPIAD”. SCARCE UNIFORM. $500-600 721 1956 MELBOURNE OLYMPICS: BROADBENT’S METAL WALL MAP OF MELBOURNE NO.182 “OLYMPIC SPECIAL, SIZE 52X77CM. $200-300 722 1956 MELBOURNE OLYMPICS - CYCLING: LARGE PHOTO ALBUM WITH “VELODROME” LABEL ON FRONT, CONTAINING 111 PHOTOGRAPHS OF CYCLING AT THE OLYMPICS. $1,000-1,200

723 OPENING CEREMONY - PIGEON RELEASE: OPENING CEREMONY PROGRAMME SIGNED INSIDE BY THE 21 PIGEON HANDLERS WHO RELEASED PIGEONS DURING THE OPENING CEREMONY - BRINGING GASPS OF AMAZEMENT FROM THE CROWD; TOGETHER WITH TWO LETTERS IDENTIFYING THE SIGNATURES AND TELLING OF THE EVENT. $400-500 724 “THE ARTS FESTIVAL OF THE OLYMPIC GAMES”, 4 PROGRAMMES FOR CONCERTS BY THE SYDNEY/ MELBOURNE SYMPHONY ORCHESTRAS. $200-250 725 “AN OLYMPIC ART FESTIVAL, MELBOURNE, NOVEMBER - DECEMBER 1956” PROGRAMME IN SUPERB CONDITION. $200-250 726 1956 MELBOURNE OLYMPICS: MENU “DINNER TO HIS ROYAL HIGHNESS THE DUKE OF EDINBURGH, CANBERRA, 20TH NOVEMBER, 1956”. $200-250


727 1956 MELBOURNE OLYMPICS: PROGRAMME “STATE RECEPTION IN HONOUR OF HIS ROYAL HIGHNESS THE DUKE OF EDINBURGH, KG KT, 1956”. $300-400

732 1956 MELBOURNE OLYMPICS: UNISSUED TICKETS FOR BASKETBALL AT GLACIARIUM (VENUE MOVED TO EXHIBITION BUILDINGS). 4 DIFFERENT DATES. $100-150

728 1956 MELBOURNE OLYMPICS: MENU “STATE DINNER IN HONOUR OF THE PRESIDENT AND MEMBERS OF THE INTERNATIONAL OLYMPIC COMMITTEE”. $500-600

733 1956 MELBOURNE OLYMPICS: TICKETS FOR BASKETBALL AT EXHIBITION BUILDINGS. 7 DIFFERENT DATES. $100-150 734 1956 MELBOURNE OLYMPICS: UNISSUED TICKETS FOR GYMNASTICS AT GLACIARIUM (VENUE MOVED TO EXHIBITION BUILDINGS). 5 DIFFERENT DATES. $100-150

729 1956 MELBOURNE OLYMPICS: MENU “CITY OF BRIGHTON - RECEPTION TO DRAGON CLASS CONTESTANTS XVITH OLYMPIAD”. SCARCE. $300-400 730 1956 MELBOURNE OLYMPICS: MENU “LION’S DEN BANQUET, IN HONOUR OF VISITING WORLD ATHLETES ATTENDING THE MELBOURNE OLYMPIC GAMES, NOVEMBER, 1956”, SPONSORED BY THE WIRTH (CIRCUS) FAMILY. FAIR CONDITION. $300-400 731 1956 MELBOURNE OLYMPICS: RULES & REGULATIONS BOOKLETS (7) FOR MODERN PENTATHLON, CANOEING, CYCLING, FOOTBALL, HOCKEY, SHOOTING & YACHTING. $300-400

735 1956 MELBOURNE OLYMPICS: TICKETS FOR WRESTLING AT EXHIBITION BUILDINGS - THE 4 DAYS OF THE GRECO-ROMAN WRESTLING. $100-150 736 1956 MELBOURNE OLYMPICS: TICKETS FOR WRESTLING AT EXHIBITION BUILDINGS - THE 4 DAYS OF THE FREESTYLE WRESTLING. $100-150 737 1956 OLYMPIC GROUP, NOTED TICKETS (2), PROGRAMME, PLAYING CARDS (53), SWAP CARDS (20), EPHEMERA, TEA SPOON AND DRINKING GLASS $100-150

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738 1956 MELBOURNE OLYMPICS: IDENTITY CARD FOR ATHLETICS OFFICIAL; OLYMPIC VILLAGE STAFF IDENTITY PASS; STAFF DUTY PASS (2) - ONE FOR INTERPRETER AT WEIGHTLIFTING, OTHER FOR BROADCASTER AT SWIMMING. $250-300 739 1956 MELBOURNE OLYMPICS: “VICTORIAN RAILWAYS. XVITH OLYMPIAD, MELBOURNE 1956. COUNTRY LINES ADDITIONAL AND ALTERED PASSENGER SERVICES”, COMPREHENSIVE TIMETABLE, 96 PAGES. $200-250 740 1956 MELBOURNE OLYMPICS - CAR BADGE, MADE BY STREAMLUX, IN ORIGINAL RED BOX. $250-300 741 1956 MELBOURNE OLYMPICS - CAR BADGE, MADE BY STREAMLUX, IN ORIGINAL BLUE BOX. $250-300 742 1956 MELBOURNE OLYMPICS - CAR BADGES (2), MADE BY STREAMLUX, ONE WITHOUT COLOURS. $100-120

749 1956 MELBOURNE OLYMPICS: SET OF 6 GLASSES WITH MELBOURNE OLYMPICS LOGO. $150-200 750 1956 MELBOURNE OLYMPICS: CIGARETTE CASE, KANGAROO SKIN, WITH OLYMPIC RINGS, TORCH & “XVITH OLYMPIAD, MELBOURNE 1956” ON FRONT, MADE BY DOMO. $200-250 751 1956 MELBOURNE OLYMPICS: COMIC ANNUAL “BLUEY AND CURLEY” (1956) & “WALLY AND THE MAJOR” (15th EDITION), BOTH WITH OLYMPICS INSPIRED FRONT COVERS. $100-150 752 1956 MELBOURNE OLYMPICS: 1956 & 1957 CHRISTMAS CARDS FROM CARTOONIST SAM WELLS, WITH OLYMPIC THEMED CARTOONS. $100-150 753 1956 MELBOURNE OLYMPICS: “SOUVENIR CALENDAR OF XVI OLYMPIAD”, WITH COVER ARTWORK BY G.H.DAVIES, PUBLISHED BY ACADEMY PRESS, FITZROY. $100-120

743 1956 MELBOURNE OLYMPICS - CAR BADGE, WITH “OLYMPIC GAMES” & TORCH INSIDE MAP OF AUSTRALIA; AND “MELBOURNE” INSIDE BOOMERANG. $150-200

754 1956 MELBOURNE OLYMPICS: DIARIES (2), ONE BY MELBOURNE SCHOOL OF PRINTING & GRAPHIC ARTS. $100-120

744 1956 MELBOURNE OLYMPICS: VISITOR’S BADGES (2), LADIES & GENTS, ONE WITH BROOCH CLASP, OTHER WITH PIN. $100-150

755 1956 MELBOURNE OLYMPICS: PAIR OF CALENDAR BLANKS, ONE SHOWING MCG, OTHER SHOWING PIN UP GIRL, EACH 31 X 50CM $300-400

745 1956 MELBOURNE OLYMPICS: SET OF 6 SILVERPLATED TEASPOONS. $100-150

756 1956 MELBOURNE OLYMPICS: EPHEMERA (12 ITEMS) INCLUDING MAPS (3) & “AUSTRALIA AND THE OLYMPIC GAMES GUIDE”. $150-200

746 1956 MELBOURNE OLYMPICS: SET OF 6 SILVERPLATED CAKE FORKS. $100-150 747 1956 MELBOURNE OLYMPICS: MEISSEN CUP & SAUCER, IN ORIGINAL BOX WITH OLYMPIC RINGS ON LID. $200-250 748 OLYMPIC PLATES (4) FOR 1956 MELBOURNE, 1976 MONTREAL, 1996 MELBOURNE OLYMPICS BID & 1996 PRIME MINISTER’S OLYMPIC DINNER. $100-150

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757 1956 MELBOURNE OLYMPICS: BOOKLETS & MAGAZINES (12 ITEMS), NOTED “MOTOR MANUAL” & “WELDING NEWS”. $150-200 758 1956 MELBOURNE OLYMPICS: “INDONESIAN TEAM 1956” [INDONESIA, 1956] WITH 32 SIGNATURES INSIDE. $100-150

759 1956 MELBOURNE OLYMPICS: “NEDERLANDSE OLYMPISCHE PLOEG 1956”, PUBLISHED BY SIMON DE WIT [ZAANDAM, 1956]. $200-250 760 1956 MELBOURNE OLYMPICS: “UNITED STATES OLYMPIC TEAM, 1956 FACT BOOK, GAMES OF THE XVI OLYMPIAD, MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA” [NEW YORK, 1955]. $100-120 761 1956 MELBOURNE OLYMPICS: MENU/ PROGRAMME “CITY OF LOS ANGELES, STATE OF CALIFORNIA, SALUTES THE UNITED STATES 1956 OLYMPIC TEAM”. SUPERB CONDITION. $200-250 762 1956 MELBOURNE OLYMPICS: CERTIFICATE OF APPRECIATION FROM THE ORGANISING COMMITTEE TO BETTY BRAGG. POOR/FAIR CONDITION. $100-150 763 1956 MELBOURNE OLYMPICS: LINE MARKER, WITH “OLYMPIC GAMES/ (OLYMPIC RINGS)/ LINEMASTER” ON LID. $100-150 764 1956 MELBOURNE OLYMPICS: COLLECTION OF LARGE SIZE LADIES SCARVES (9), MAINLY SILK, VARIOUS DESIGNS. $300-400 765 1956 MELBOURNE OLYMPICS: COLLECTION OF SMALL & MEDIUM SIZE LADIES SCARVES (52), MAINLY SILK, VARIOUS DESIGNS. $1,000-1,200 766 1956 MELBOURNE OLYMPICS: GROUP OF 3 DIFFERENT TOWELS. $100-150 767 1956 MELBOURNE OLYMPICS: COLLECTION OF PENNANTS (13), NOTED TEAM PENNANTS FOR ARGENTINA, MEXICO & VENEZUELA. POOR/ GOOD CONDITION. $150-200 768 1956 MELBOURNE OLYMPICS: AUTOGRAPH BOOK CONTAINING 225+ SIGNATURES, AND 147 STAMPS. $300-400


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769 RON CLARKE: GROUP OF 6 SIGNED PHOTOGRAPHS FROM TORCH RELAY & CAULDRON LIGHTING. $400-500 770 VLADIMIR KOUTS - 2 ACTION PHOTOGRAPHS FROM HIS VICTORY IN 10,000M; PLUS SIGNED PHOTOGRAPH OF GOLD MEDALLIST IAN BROWNE. $150-200 771 WALL PLAQUE SHOWING JAVELIN THROWER, WITH TEXT “OLYMPIC GAMES, 1956, MELBOURNE AUSTRALIA”. $100-150 772 COMMONWEALTH GAMES: BOX OF 9 “TEE DEE” AUSTRALIAN TEAM TIES. $100-120 773 AUSTRALIAN TEAM REPORTS (6) FOR 1960, 1964, 1968, 1976, 1984 & 1988. $100-120

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774 1960 ROME OLYMPICS: AUSTRALIAN TRACKSUIT TOP, WUTH BADGE FEATURING AUSTRALIAN COAT-OF-ARMS INSIDE MAP OF AUSTRALIA (SOME FAULTS), BACK WITH LETTERS “AUSTRALIA” IN GREEN ON YELLOW. $150-200 775 1968 MEXICO OLYMPICS: AUSTRALIAN BLAZER, GREEN WOOL WITH AUSTRALIAN COAT-OFARMS, OLYMPIC RINGS & “OLYMPIC GAMES 1968/ MEXICO CITY” ON POCKET. GOOD CONDITION. $800-1,000 776 PETER NORMAN, SIGNATURE ON “THE SUN” FEATURING BLACK POWER SALUTE. $200-250 777 1972 MUNICH OLYMPICS: AUSTRALIAN BLAZER, GREEN WOOL WITH AUSTRALIAN COAT-OFARMS, OLYMPIC RINGS & “OLYMPIC GAMES 1972/ MUNICH” ON POCKET. GOOD CONDITION. $800-1,000

778 1982 COMMONWEALTH GAMES CAR BADGE. $100-120 779 1992 BARCELONA OLYMPICS: KNITTED VEST, WITH AUSTRALIAN COAT-OF-ARMS, OLYMPIC RINGS & “BARCELONA 1992”. $100-120 780 2000 SYDNEY OLYMPICS: SCARVES (14). $150-250 781 2000 SYDNEY OLYMPICS: BANNERS (2) & TEATOWELS (5). $100-120 782 OLYMPICS: OLYMPICS FLAG SIGNED BY MEMBERS OF AUSTRALIA’S 2012 TEAM; LIBBY TRICKETT SIGNED SWIM CAP; SIGNED PHOTOS (2) OF MATT SHIRVINGTON & GIAAN ROONEY; UNSIGNED PHOTO WOMENS 4X100M RELAY TEAM. $200-300

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783 SURFBOARD: TEAR DROP MK2 JUNIOR SIZE BALSA BOARD BY BILL CYMBER 1956. 7FT 4INS LONG. $3,000-3,500 784 SURFBOARD: BALSA BOARD MADE BY BILL CYMBER 1957, 9FT 10INS. $3,000-3,500 785 SURFBOARD: TIMBER RAIL CONCAVE BOARD BY MAX DAVIDSON (DESIGN TRIAL MATCHING THAT BY DICK BREWER) 1964. ORIGINAL SHAPE, BUT MODIFIED FOR EARLY SAILBOARD TRIALS. $3,000-3,500 786 SURFBOARD: PAIPO BOARD BY JAMIE FARFOR 1964, HIS PERSONAL BOARD. $5,000-6,000 787 SURFBOARD: PAIPO BOARD BY JAMIE FARFOR 1964. $3,000-3,500 788 SURFBOARD: SPOON BOARD BY WALLACE 1968. $2,000-2,500

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789 LADIES SINGLE CHAMPIONSHIP OF VICTORIA: TROPHY SHIELD, STERLING SILVER ON FIDDLEBACK BLACKWOOD, ENGRAVED “MELBOURNE CRICKET CLUB/ LADIES’ SINGLES CHAMPIONSHIP OF VICTORIA”, WITH ENAMEL “MCC”, WITH 4 BUTTONS - WON BY MRS CATER 1900, WON BY MISS GYTON 1901, 1902 & 1903. [LORNA GYTON WON THE VICTORIAN CHAMPIONSHIP 5 TIMES - 1901, 1902, 1903, 1905 & 1907]. $2,000-3,000 790 LADIES DOUBLES ASPHALT CHAMPIONSHIP OF VICTORIA: TROPHY SHIELD, STERLING SILVER ON FIDDLEBACK BLACKWOOD, ENGRAVED “MALVERN TENNIS CLUB/ LADIES DOUBLES ASPHALT CHAMPIONSHIP OF VICTORIA”, WITH “LTAV” MONOGRAM, WITH 2 BUTTONS - WON BY MISS L.GYTON & MISS LE NEVEU 1900 & 1901. $1,000-1,500

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791 1922 WIMBLEDON - PAT O’HARA WOOD: 9CT GOLD CIGARETTE CASE, ENGRAVED INSIDE “WORLD’S CHAMPIONSHIPS, 1922. SINGLES 4TH, DOUBLES 2ND, MIXED 1ST”. PLUS 9CT GOLD MATCHBOX HOLDER WITH INITIALS “P.O’H.W”. $5,000-7,000 792 TENNIS: EPHEMERA (28 ITEMS), NOTED PROGRAMMES (6) INCLUDING 1953 WIMBLEDON; BOOK “LAWN TENNIS” BY HIERONS [LONDON, 1925]. $150-200

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793 EVONNE GOOLAGONG, NICE SIGNATURE ON 1972 POSTCARD TO PERCY CERUTTY. $200-250 794 TENNIS: SIGNED PHOTOS - ANDY RODDICK, GAIL MONFILES, MARAT SAFAN, DANIELA HANTUCHOVA, FERNANDO GONZALEZ & JAMES BLAKE. $100-150

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