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Displaying 20 Lots in Category - New South Wales
Sydney Cricket Ground membership badges (16) including 1952-53, 1957-58, 1959-60 & 1966-67. Mainly Fine/Very Fine.
New South Wales team photographs for 1960-61, 1963 & 1966. Very Fine condition.
1862 'The Grand Cricket Match, All England Eleven versus Twenty Two of New South Wales, Contested in the Outer Domain, Sydney, Jany 29th, 30th, 31st & Feby 1st, 1862', Australian Cricket Print 1981, window mounted, framed & glazed, overall 107x82cm. Ex Bruce Ruxton collection.
No longer available
Sydney Cricket Ground 'Life Member' badge, sterling silver, engraved on reverse 'Mr JO Fairfax'. [Mr JO Fairfax joined as a Life Member on 16th Oct.1890]
1975 Sydney Cricket Ground 'Sydney Cricket & Sports Ground Trust/Life Member' badge, enamelled 9ct gold, engraved on reverse 'Keith Miller MBE'. Ex Keith Miller collection.
1914 NSW v South Australia, autograph page signed by NSW, with South Australia on reverse, with a total of 24 signatures including Warren Bardsley, Charles Kelleway, Johnny Taylor, Roy Minnett, Tommy Andrews, Edgar Mayne & Nip Pellew.
1933-89 Football Club badges noted Camberwell, Clarence, Eaglehawk, Eastlake, Echuca, Edwardstown, Golden Point, Golden Square, Hesket, Kermadie, Maryvale, Mt Clear, National Bank Amateur, Nhill, North Faulkner, North Launceston, Nyah West, Ormond, South Bendigo, Wagga Wagga, Wangaratta, Warragul, Wendouree, West Torrens & Wodonga; VFA for 1983, 1988 & 1989. Mainly Fine/Very Fine.
(Qty 28 items)
Membership badges for Victoria Racing Club 1933-34, 1937-38, 1939-40 & 1949-50; Hamilton Racing Club 1956-57 & 1958-59; Hobart Racing Club 1984-85; NSW Trotting Club 1919-20; c.1946 'Bernborough Souvenir'. Mainly Fine/Very Fine.
1810 'Rules and Orders of the Subscribers to the Racecourse Established at Sydney 1810', originally published 1810, reprinted in a limited edition of only 6 with leather covers and gilt title by Caves, Reichard & Waterhouse [Sydney, 2018]. [The original publication (in paper covers) only for subscribers was produced by government printer George Howe and is believed to be the first non-government publication in the Colony; it is believed that no copy of the original has survived in Australia, and it is unknown to institutions and libraries in this country]
1956 DAWN FRASER, bold signature on 1980 letter on 'Parliament of New Soth Wales/Legislative Assembly/Dawn Fraser MBE JP/ Independent Member for Balmain' letterhead, window mounted, framed & glazed, overall 38x48cm.
2000 2000 SYDNEY OLYMPICS, Objet D'Art, struck from the same coil of steel as the Olympic Games cauldron, and inlaid with the same silver used to strike the Olympic Games victory medals, limited edition 362/500. Originally purchased via the Countdown Auction, with CoA.
2000 2000 SYDNEY OLYMPICS TORCH, aluminium and stainless steel, curved, 78cm tall, used in Torch Relay; together with relay uniform and album of photographs & ephemera. Ex Harry Gallagher collection.
BOTTLES: Cordial Bottle Label proofs produced for Tocumwal Cordials NSW, appear to be 1960s, includes 'Cottees Lime Coola', 'Kola', 'Ginger Beer'. Very attractive and scarce.
c.1850 Australian Convicts portrait sketches (6) drawn on the reverse of accounts pages each initialled "EW" and with reference number, window mounted together, overall 48x36cm.
c.1907 'Photographs of Premises occupied by Branches of the Bank of New South Wales' published by the bank [Sydney] 302 pages with 450+ photos of premises past and present with a short description of the progress of the bank from its commencement in 1817 to 1907. Covers missing, needs rebinding.
'Naval Souvenir - Visit of The Prince of Wales to Sydney, 1920'; 'Agricultural Gazette of NSW, Federation Number, January 1901'; Dec.1944 issue of RSL magazine 'Reveille'; also 'The Throne and Country Motor Show Guide' [London, 1911]; Fair/Fine condition.
c.1920s (?) NSW Fire Brigade Brass Fireman's Helmet with 'NSWFB' on front. With link chin guard, but missing leather lining, some dings, though wonderful appearance. Very attractive and scarce.
Collection including c.1880 'Government House, Farm Cove, Sydney'; c.1897 troops in India (12); 1930s 6-part panoramic photo of Bulolo (New Guinea); polar explorer Sir Hubert Wilkins; 1935 cruise Sydney-Fiji (59); 1939 San Francisco World's Fair (4); photo album of a globe-trotting boy 1919-28 (113). Fair/Very Fine.
Department of Army WWII Internment Camp Currency Tokens 1d Brass Centre Hole Not Punched, light scratch from centre to 'M' of 'CAMPS', gVF. Scarce.
1927 Riddle/Heathershaw 'CHAIRMAN OF DIRECTORS, NOTE ISSUE DEPT.', McD #62b, R #41L, (no mid-range prefixes) serial 'Q/12 426933', Obv. Coat of Arms at left, KGV at right, Rev. Hawksbury River, Brooklyn, NSW, folds and creases with small nick at upper right, some rust spotting, a natural note retaining crispness, gFine. A new find, serial not previously recorded, Rare. [Cat McDonald Fine $40,000 VF $75,000 Renniks F $19,000 VF $32,500]
The correct title for EC Riddle was 'Governor, Commonwealth Bank of Australia'. It is believed a mix up of printing plates was responsible for some notes showing the old title 'Chairman of Directors, Note Issue Dept.'. Vort-Ronald records only five 'Q/12' examples offered on the market in the past 46 years, scarcer than the First Prefix 'Q/11' notes. This is an opportunity to own one of the rarest and most important KGV £5 Type Notes. Seldom offered on the market.