Sporting Ephemera

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Olympic Games Berlin 1936. 'Hinir XI. Olympisku Leikar I Berlin 1936'. Official album with 155 quality coloured 4"x3" cards out of 162. Features Hitler, Owens etc. All events represented. Printed in Reyljavic 1936. Good condition. Sold with 'Die Olympischen Spiele & Winterspiele 1936'. Post Olympic cigarette company postcard album for the Winter Olympics ('Band I') with reports and articles on all aspects and history of the games. With set of mounted paper photographic postcards of the Olympic stars issued by the German cigarette company Cigaretten-Bilderdienst Hamburg-Bahrenfeld. Excellent images of Adolf Hitler at the Games. Decorative blue cloth covers with gold Berlin Olympic symbol of the games to front cover. Lacking one card. Qty 2
Estimate: £50/80
Lot 1104:
Lot 1104
Olympic Games. Seven Official Reports of the British Olympic Association for the 1948, 1952, 1956, 1960, 1964, 1968 and 1972 games. Published by World Sports. Some faults to odd copy otherwise in good condition. Qty 7
Estimate: £30/50
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Olympic Games. Rome 1960. Two official hardback books, one 'History of the Games' and the other 'Organisation of the Games'. Profusely Illustrated. Good condition
Estimate: £15/25
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Russian sporting pin badges 1960/80's. Large collection of over one hundred and twenty bid badges from the period, over thirty of the badges are sport related and some are for the Olympic Games held in Moscow in 1980 and other sporting events. Sports featured include fencing, running, rowing, football, wrestling, basketball, equestrian, skiing etc. The pins attached to three sheets in good/very good condition
Estimate: £50/80
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Athletics. Roger Bannister. Official programme for the '50th Anniversary of Sir Roger Bannister's First Sub 4-Minute Mile' held at Iffley Road, Oxford University, 6th May 2004. Signed to the first page by Bannister. Sold with an original ticket for the meeting. VG
Estimate: £20/30
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Athletics 1922. A collection of eighty nine original candid mono film negatives, the majority relating to athletics, each contained in a protective sleeve within a small cloth bound "Ensign" film storage album. Index pages to the front are annotated with descriptions of athletics events, including a reference to the 'International Meet of Molinari's [Sports Club]'. Date annotated to inside back cover, 'Films of 1922'. Each negative measures 2.5"x1.75". G/VG
Estimate: £30/50
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College Girl Athletes Postcards early 1900s. J.I. Austen (publisher) and Bernhardt Wall (artist). Five from a set of six original colour large format postcards each featuring a girl wearing college colours with a piece of sporting equipment. Cards/ colleges are Penn (Tennis), Yale (Ice Skating), Unknown (Sailing), Unknown (Baseball), and Princeton (Golf). Each card measures 5.5"x7.75". Some wear to cards, overall in good condition
Estimate: £60/90
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F&J Smith's 'Champions of Sport' 1902 cigarette cards, various brands including 'Studio', 'Cup Tie', 'Glasgow Mixture' etc. Nine red back cards from the set of fifty, Diamond Jubilee (no. 7), Flying Fox (8), F. Rickaby (10), C.R. Harding (31), W.A. Barry (32), W.J. Sturgess (37), F.W. Chinn (42), Jarrot (44), and A.A. Chase (45). Sold with three cigarette cards of 'Miss Billie Burke', two plain back, the third with Wills's Cigarettes emblem to verso. Odd faults, overall in good condition
Estimate: £70/100
Lot 1111:
Rugby, football, boxing, tennis and cricket ephemera. Collection of books, prints, footballs, ceramics etc. Signed items include, signed autobiographies of Tom Finney and Wally Barnes, 'Will Carling. Captain's Diary 1989-1991' signed by Carling, 'Bill McLaren's Dream Lions' signed by McBride, Rees, Chilcott and Guscott, also a limited edition print of Rory Underwood by John Ireland signed by Underwood and the artist, Tottenham Hotspur home programmes 1960's, autographs on paper pieces, album pages etc include Roger Bannister, Stanley Matthews, Fred Perry, John Charles etc, football signatures include Bobby Tambling, Paul Ince, Pat Bonner, Gary Lineker, Peter Shilton etc. Sold with a two signed rugby balls for Leicester Tigers and Saracens, a signed Leicester City football, and a 'Mexico 70' World Cup football etc. In two boxes. G
Estimate: £50/80
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British Grand Prix 1996. Official programme for the 1996 Grand Prix held at Silverstone on the 12-14th July 1996. The cover signed by nine Grand Prix drivers in silver pen. Signatures are M. Schumacher, H. Frentzen, D. Hill, J. Villeneauve, M. Hakkinen, G. Berger, D. Coulthard, J. Alesi and former driver Alain Prost. Signatures obtained by the vendor at Silverstone. G
Estimate: £60/90
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British Grand Prix 1997. Official programme for the 1997 Grand Prix held at Silverstone on the 10-13th July 1997. The cover signed by six Grand Prix drivers in black pen. Signatures are M. Schumacher, D. Hill, J. Villeneauve, E. Irvine, M. Hakkinen and G. Berger. Signatures obtained by the vendor at Silverstone. G
Estimate: £50/70
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Footballers and sportsman's deaths. Original 'Order of Service' for the 'Service of Thanksgiving' for Brian Clough 1935-2004, Derek Dooley 1929-2008, Clifford Lloyd 1916-2000, Bill Nicholson 2004 and Henry Cecil (Horse trainer) 1943-2013. Sold with a similar order of service for Arthur Charles Clues 1924-1998 (Rugby League) and two photocopies order of services for Billy Bremner 1942-1997 and John Charles 2004. Qty G
Estimate: £30/50
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Sporting ephemera. Good selection of ephemera including books, prints (odd one signed), ceramics, horse racing programmes 1970's, golf buttons, trade cards, motor racing programmes 1970's, rugby press photographs etc. In two boxes. G
Estimate: £50/80
Lot 1116:
Sporting ceramics, glassware etc. Box of items including football, Olympic Games, tennis, golf, skiing, etc. Includes a 'Masons Ironstone' Sampler Pattern football plate, 9" diameter, Arthur Wood treacle colour golfing tankard, Scarborough ceramic tennis souvenirs, Darts tankard, 'Sam, the Olympic Eagle' soft toy (Olympic Games 1984), 'Its Plus Fours as Does it', multicoloured 5.5" tall ceramic golf tankard, blue and white ceramic ashtray with Rome Olympic 1960 symbol, ceramic 1/2 litre beer stein produced to the commemorate the Olympic Games in Munich 1972, ceramic figure of an Olympic torch bearer. Olympic ring symbol to base, two pairs of continental tennis figures, boy and girl, damage and loss to two of the figures, pewter golf club hip flask, golfing bears ceramics plate etc. A good selection. In two boxes
Estimate: £50/80
Lot 1117:
Lot 1117
'The Dog- In health and disease'. Stonehenge (Henry Walsh). London 1879. Third edition. Spine a little worn and frayed, inside spine hinges splitting otherwise good condition
Estimate: £15/25
Lot 1118:
Dr Ingram, The Bishop of London. Vanity Fair. 'In his Lighter Moments'. Original colour chromolithograph of Dr Ingram by WH 1912. Men of the Day 2273. Sold with Rowing. Vanity Fair colour chromolithograph of William A.L. Fletcher. 'Flea'. March 18th 1882 by SPY, George Rowland Hill. President of the Rugby Football Union and rugby referee. 'Rugby Union', dated 1st February 1890 and Billiards/Snooker. John Roberts Jnr. 'The Champion Roberts'. July 4th 1885 by SPY. All three mounted, framed and glazed. Overall 15"x21" (2), 13"x19" and 12.5"x17". Qty 4
Estimate: £50/70
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Epsom Derby winning horses. Six shot glasses, each depicting a colour transfer printed image of a winning horse to side, name and date below. The horses featured are 'Hyperion 1933', 'Windsor Lad 1934', 'Bahram 1935', 'Mahmoud 1936', 'Tulyar 1952' and 'Pinza 1953'. The glasses with gold lustre to rims, each measuring 2.25" tall. Odd faults, good condition
Estimate: £25/35
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Horse Racing. Blue folder comprising over forty mainly colour photographs and montages of race horses and/ or jockeys, all signed by the featured jockey and some trainers. Signatures include A.P. McCoy, John Gosden (two different), Brian O'Connell, Willie Mullins, William Buick (2), Russell Baze, Andrew Thornton, Nina Carberry, Barry Geraghty (2), Jason Maguire etc. Trainers include Emma Lavelle, Jim Dreaper, Kim Bailey, Donald McCain Jnr. etc. Also the eventer, Ian Stark. VG
Estimate: £30/50
Lot 1121:
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Snooker. Official programme for the 2015 Betway UK Championship held at the York Barbican. The programme profusely signed to the player profile pages by sixty two of the participating players. Signatures include Stuart Bingham, Mark Selby, Neil Robertson, Shaun Murphy, Judd Trump, Barry Hawkins, Ding Junhui, Joe Perry, Mark Williams, Marco Fu, Anthony Carter, Ali Carter, Liang Wenbo, Tony Drago, Nigel Bond, Jimmy White etc. Draw pages fully annotated in ink with results. Neil Robertson beat Liang Wenbo in the final. Sold with official programmes for Embassy World Snooker tournament, Sheffield 2005 (33 signatures including Ronnie O'Sullivan, Stephen Hendry, Ken Doherty, John Parrott, Steve Davis, Peter Ebdon etc.), Shanghai Masters 2013 (twenty signatures), etc. Qty 4. G
Estimate: £30/50
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American Football 1960s-1990s. A good selection of over fifty commemorative and first day covers including nine Super Bowl, 'Super Bowl XIX Inauguration Day' 1985, XXII (1988), XXIII (1989, two different), XXIV (1990), XXV (1991), XXVII (1993), XXVIII (1994) and XXIX (1995). Also Sun Bowl 1971, 1981 and 1983, Sugar Bowl 1977 and 1990, Copper Bowl 1991, Thrifty Holiday Bowl 1991, and Wembley American Bowl (1988, Qty. 10). Also three different covers commemorating '100 Years of Intercollegiate Football 1869-1969', and two Jim Thorpe covers, 'Kings of Sport 1' 1974, and a 'Colorado Silk Cachet' cover 1984 etc. Sold with approx. fifty postcards, the majority featuring American Football stadiums and players, and two 'World Cup '94, Dallas, Texas' (soccer) covers and a sheet of three official 'World Cup USA 94' stamps. G/VG
Estimate: £30/50
Jim Thorpe was the first Native American to win an Olympic gold medal for the United States, winning two in 1912 in pentathlon and decathlon
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Hockey. '12th Annual Lowestoft Hockey Festival. Easter 1939'. Official programme and 'Player's Ticket' for the tournament held over the Easter weekend, 7th-10th April 1939. Includes fourteen unidentified signatures in ink to the first page, presumably members of one of the participating teams. G
Estimate: £30/40
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J. Baines, Bradford c. 1920. Five shield shaped cards covering military, swimming, gymnastics, rugby etc. Titles are 'Gen. Sir W. Penn Symons', 'Play Up Wales', 'Swimming, Miss Lucy Sugar', 'The "Lassies", 'Miss Bell', and 'The Old Brigade, Spencer Mortimor'. Light wear, small loss to one corner of the Miss Bell card, otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £50/80

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