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Original large Press photograph, published by The Western Mail and Echo, of the Australian team that lost to Newport on November 23rd, 1957. Taken at Rodney Parade. 25 x 30cm. Press stamps and some
Official rugby team Press photograph by The Western Mail of the 1958 Wallabies prior to their match against Wales at Cardiff Arms Park. Wales won 9-3. This was Carwyn James' first match for Wales. 21.5
Official Press rugby photograph of the 1966-7 Australian touring party that between October 1967 and March 1968 conducted a world tour. They played five Tests and thirty-one minor tour matches visiting
Black and white photograph, by the Western Mail & Echo, of fifteen members of the Australian Rugby Union team that toured Great Britain, Ireland, France and Canada. Signed in ink around the mount by
Black and white team photograph of the Barbarians XV that played the East Midlands (possibly the Mobbs Memorial Match) in 1936. Those pictured include Kemp, Walford, Dunkley, Bolton, Johnson and Styles. 20.8
Black and white photograph of the Barbarians, on tour in 1951. Signed on the reverse in ink by 21 players, including T Gray, L Jones, W Hefer (twice), D Scott, R Wilson, T Clifford, J Robins, J Smith,
Black and white Press photograph of the team that defeated Australia (11-6) on 22 February 1958 at Cardiff Arms Park. The team was Chisholm, Jacobs, O'Reilly, Evans, Marques, Faull, Robson, Robbins,
Official rugby union squad photograph taken at Cardiff Arms Park ahead of the Barbarian's 1978 Easter tour of South Wales. Players include Peter Wheeler, Andy Ripley, Mike Slemen and Bill Beaumont. Overall
Official black and white photograph of the Barbarians team that defeated Australia 19-7 at Cardiff Arms Park. Includes some of the great names of rugby in the 1970's – Gareth Edwards, Gerald
Official squad photograph by Keartland of Johannesburg. Signed in ink on reverse by 24 of touring party to South Africa and Rhodesia - includes Morgan, McLeod, Morris, Pedlow, BV Meredith, CC Meredith,
12x18cm b/w photo of the British Lions squad touring South African in 1962, mounted on card with team members identified. Very good condition.
A collection of photographs of individual members of the Canadian touring team to the UK in 1962. The collection comprises both prints and negatives of head & shoulders shots of each player, namely:
Original black and white Press photograph taken during what many regard as Cardiff's greatest season. They won 39 matches (losing only 2), defeated Australia 11-3 and Bleddyn Williams scored an amazing
Original Press photograph. 20 x 25cm. Plenty of Press writing/details to reverse. Some light creasing and an area of discolouration to lower portion. Good.
Official pre-match team photograph of the East Midlands & Notts., Lincs. & Derbys. combined XV and the Waratahs XV and their Officials from the match that was played at Franklin's Gardens
Black and white Press photograph of the East Wales XV that drew 3-3 with the All Blacks at Cardiff Arms Park on 13 December 1967. Western Mail and Echo Ltd, Cardiff. 19.5 x 28cm. Trimmed. VG.
Original black and white photograph of the England XV that played Wales at Cardiff Arms Park, 6th January 1909. England included 4 Cornishmen in the team: Bennett of Penzance, Jackett of Falmouth, Wedge
Colour photograph of the England rugby team after winning the 2003 World Cup. Signed around the border by 21 players and staff, including Johnson, Wilkinson, Catt, Cohen, Balshaw, Greenwood, Dawson, Hill
Original Press photograph of the match between England and France at Twickenham on February 27th 1965. England won the match 9-6. 20 x 26cm. Press caption to reverse. Light crease to one corner. Very
Original Press photograph of a rugby match between England and Ireland at Twickenham. The England scrum-half is Jimmy Giles of Coventry, who played in this fixture in both 1935 and 1937 - we cannot
Press photograph of the New Zealand Army XV that defeated Cardiff 3-0 at Cardiff Arms Park on Boxing Day 1945. The ground had still not fully recovered from the bomb damage inflicted in 1941. 16.5 x 21.5cm.
Original Press photograph of the New Zealand team that defeated Llanelli on November 17th, 1953. 20 x 30cm. A couple of light marks/creases, but generally in very good condition.
Original rugby photograph of the New Zealand XV from 1945/6, with facsimile signatures beneath. 20 x 13.6 cm. In very good condition
Original rugby Press photograph of the 1963-64 touring side. Of 65 games played, the All Blacks won 63, lost 1 and drew 1. 19.3 x 14.5 cm. Original copyright stamp and handwritten annotations to
Official Press rugby photograph of the Oxford University side and the Australian XV that played at Iffley Road on the 26th of October 1966. The Wallabies won 11-9. 25.8 x 20.3cm. Black and white photograph
Original black and white photograph of the Oxford University rugby team that toured France in 1929. Players include GC Cridlan, PC Alexander, NMS MacPherson, TW Gubb, JV Rowley, BH Black, DS Troup, W Roberts,
Black and white photograph. 10 x 15cm. Very good.
Original Press photograph of the Scottish team that lost 6-0 to Wales in Cardiff on January 19th, 1974. 10 x 20cm. Press stamp to reverse. Very good.
Original carte de visite of the Scottish international rugby team that played England at Powderhall, Edinburgh, on March 12th 1898. The captain was A.R. Smith and the team included Mark Morrison and
Original photograph (postcard size) of the South African rugby team that toured Great Britain in 1951-52. The team is photographed in blazers and the title is written in ink underneath. 9 x
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