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Official autograph sheet for the Australian tour of the British Isles in 1957-58. Signed by all 30 players and 2 staff, including Davidson, Lenehan, Curley, Donald, Phelps, Emanuel, Hughes and Brown. 17.5
Rugby autographs on two album pages. Signed in ink by 26 members of the tour party to the United Kingdom and America - P Flanagan, C Russell, NE Row, WS Prentice, F Wood, P Carmichael, P McCue, DE Carroll,
Card menu for the 25th anniversary dinner for the 1959 Lions held at the Cafe Royal, 5th May 1984. Signed in ink to centre pages by attending members of the Lions touring party: Millar, Brophy (twice),
Two album paqes, signed by 27 members of the British Lions touring party to Australia, New Zealand and Canada – these include A. Ashcroft, J. Butterfield, J. Faull, D. Hewitt, P.B. Jackson,
Official autograph sheet, signed in ink by the full touring party consisting of J.C. Bevan, A.G. Biggar, G.L. Brown, A.B. Carmichael, T.G.R. Davies, T.M. Davies, S.J. Dawes, P.J. Dixon, D.J. Duckham, G.O.
Official headed notepaper, signed in ink by the full touring party to New Zealand and Australia - L.B. Osborne (Manager), E.L. Savage (Assistant Manager), K.D. Mullen, B.L. Williams, G.W. Norton, W.B.
Official autograph sheet for the British Lions tour to South Africa in 1962. Signed by 31 players and staff, including Smith, Jeeps, McBride, Morgan, Waddell, Rowlands, Brophy, Sharp etc. 21 x 16cm.
Official autograph sheet for the England rugby tour to New Zealand and Fiji. Despite losing the three provincial matches England defeated Fiji by one point and defeated the All Blacks for the first time
Headed notepaper from the Swansea Cricket & Football Club, signed by the full Fijian rugby team that toured the UK in 1973. These include Kurisaru, Gavidi, Hughes, Tukairavua, Namadila, Samuels,
Album page with the autographs of 14 (possibly 15) members of the French rugby union team that toured South Africa in 1958. The French were not expected to achieve much but were to finish the tour as the
Album page. Signed nicely in ink by 16 players who played against Llanelli on November 17th 1953, winning 17-3. The players are O'Dea, Dixon, Dalzell, H White, Davis, Clarke, Kelly, Bagley, Elsom, Bowers,
RFU postcard, signed to the reverse by the Rest of Europe rugby team that played the four home unions at Twickenham on April 22nd, 1990. The game was played to raise funds to help rebuild Romania
Five album pages containing over 70 autographs of Rugby players from the pre-First World War period. Includes 25 Cheshire players, 10 Yorkshire players and 18 from Lancashire. Many of the players died
Two autograph album pages, signed by 19 members of the Scotland rugby team that toured South Africa in April 1960. This was the first ever "short" tour, lasting just 3 matches, including the first ever
Two album pages, signed by the full Australian rugby touring party that travelled to South Africa in July and August 1961 and the full South African team that played in the second Test at Port Elizabeth
Headed notepaper from the Hotel Metropole, London. Signed in ink by 26 members of the touring squad, including Osler, Craven and Dold. The three who have not signed are Gray, Kipling and Tindall. The Springboks
Double album page, signed by all the South African players that played in the final Test against Australia at Boet Erasmus Stadium, Port Elizabeth, on September 7th 1963. The Boks won 22-6 to level the
RFU postcard, signed to the reverse by the South African rugby team that played England at Twickenham on November 14th, 1992. It seems to have been signed by some squad players who were not involved in
Two album pages signed by 29 players and the manager of the New South Wales "Waratahs" rugby tour of the British isles in 1927-28. These include Wallace, Lawton, Fox, Finlay, Blackwood and Thorn. The autographs
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