This is an extremely hard set to obtain !! New Zealand issued, it’s a near complete set, 42 / 44, missing cards 4 & 8, there are numerous repeats, 67 cards in total. Most cards are in good condition, with all being slightly soiled / have...
The signatures of Lewis & Close have been stapled down to the first page. 231 numbered pages, stiff covers. Heavy foxing inside of front cover, some minor foxing throughout, tear to introduction page where...
Large hardcover book with dust jacket, 272 numbered pages. In great condition.
Heavy set & manufactured in high relief, weighs 149 grams & measures 7.5cms wide x 6.1cms high, the belt slot has a maximum width of 4.7cms, in nice used condition.
Trimmed around the edges, stain to rear. Poor to average condition.
Trimmed around the edges, poor to average condition.
Horizontal crease through the middle.
Not too sure about the other signatures, possibly Paul McLean & Geoff Shaw.
Looks to date from c1960s. Possibly too large to be a jewellery box, maybe a watch box. Damage to the corner as per photo. Measures 10cms wide x 5cms deep x 4.5cms high.
The date is upside down on the badge. Measures 28mm high x 22mm wide, members number 5401 to the rear.
1984 EASTERN SUBURBS (ROOSTERS) LEAGUES CLUB MEMBERS BADGE 1695.
121 numbered pages + soft covers, covers slightly soiled with some marks & foxing, internally very minor foxing to a few pages, rust to staples but generally very nice condition. Measures 18.5cms x 12cms when closed...
Made by the well respected Indian company HANS RAJ MAHAJAN & SONS The Hockey stick features the facsimile signatures of the Gold Medal winning Indian team from the 1956 Melbourne Olympics. Full size stick measuring 92cms in length...
Weighs approx 14.3 grams & measures 35mm high x 21.3mm wide. Not stamped but tested with a X-Ray gold dectector with purity of 9k. Very nice condition.
Measures 7cms high x 6cms wide. Maximum diameter of pocket watch is 4.6cms, the belt slot is 5cms wide, opens & shuts ok, in used condition.
Possibly unique !! An internet search revealed the “The Orchid” was performed in 1918 by the Brisbane Amature Operatic Society B.A.O.S. Details were found when searching the TROVE archives, with an article appearing in the Courier Mail...