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[A football match.]
[A football match.]
Printed in Germany. 11445.
[n.d., c.1950.]
Colour-printed offset lithograph. Sheet 330 x 425mm (13 x 16¾").
[Ref: 39349]   £220.00  
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[Football Certificate.] Diplome de Membre Honoraire.
[Football Certificate.] Diplome de Membre Honoraire.
Paul Ordner.
[d.n., c.1950.]
Certificate. Sheet: 300 x 240mm, (11¾ x 9½").
A football certificate designed by the well known sporting poster designer Paul Ordner (1901-1969) showing the moment a goalkeeper leaps to save a goal kicked by a figure on the left.
[Ref: 40940]   £110.00  
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El
El "Football" de Salon. The Drawing Room Football. Le Football de Salon.
L. Saussine, Editeur Paris. [n.d., c.1900.]
Chromolithograph, scarce. Sheet: 560 x 450mm (22 x 17¾"), large margins. Tear in margin bottom centre.
An advert for a game called the 'Drawing Room Football' by Leon Saussine a French game maker. Leon Saussine was active from 1860 until his death in 1899 after which point his sons took over the business.
[Ref: 42621]   £650.00  
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Rugby Union [Edward Temple Gordon.]
Rugby Union [Edward Temple Gordon.]
[''Stuff" monogram of H.C. Sepping in image lower left.] Vincent Brooks Day & Son, Lith.
Vanity Fair. Jany. 2 1892.
Chromolithograph, sheet 395 x 240mm. 15½ x 9½". Tear from lower right edge.
[Ref: 9747]   £160.00   (£192.00 incl.VAT)
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[Ladies' Hockey.]
[Ladies' Hockey.]
[after Stephen T. Dadd.]
[n.d., 1902.]
Photolithograph. Sheet 205 x 300mm (8 x 12"), mounted on original green backing paper, with sheet of descriptive text.
From B.F. Robinson's 'Sporting Pictures', 1902. The text insists that the ladies 'must see to it that their skirts are of sufficient shortness'. A rare early hockey match image. Stephen T Dadd (fl. 1878-1814).
[Ref: 40253]   £120.00   (£144.00 incl.VAT)
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[Le Football.]
[Le Football.] 15/50.
[Louis-Marcel Myr.] [Pencil Signature]
[n.d.c.1925]
Etching. 'BFK RIVES' Watermarked. Blind stamp in lower margin, 'Marcel Guiot Editeur Paris'. Limited edition of 50. Platemark: 150 x 195mm (6 x 7¾") very large margins.
A football scene by Louis-Marcel Myr (1893-1964).
[Ref: 40131]   £240.00   (£288.00 incl.VAT)
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[A Foot-ball Match].
[A Foot-ball Match].
W. H. Overend.
[n.d., c.1910].
Photographic print, very scarce. Size: 240 x 400mm. (9½ x 15¾"). Glued to sheet.
A photographic print of the late Victorian monochrome photogravure by Goupil & Co entitled 'A Football Match, Association Game', after the original painting by W. H.Overend and L .P. Smythe. This print shows the action from the 1890 F.A. Cup final between Blackburn Rovers and Sheffield Wednesday. Blackburn Rovers defeated Sheffield Wednesday 6-1, the second widest winning margin in Cup final history.
[Ref: 31811]   £850.00  
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Scenes in New Zealand.
Scenes in New Zealand. To James Baxter. Esq., Manager of the British Rugby Football Team. From the New Zealand Goverment August, 1930.
Album of 25 Photographs. Small, oblong folio, Morocco binding with gilt. 340 x 240mm (13½ x 9½"). Rubbing to binding, some foxing.
A scarce early Rugby Lions item, with a copy of "History of the British Lions" by Clem Thomas, 1997. A presentation copy of an album of photographs of scenery of New Zealand presented to James Baxter with a dedication from George Forbes (1869-1947), Prime Minister of New Zealand from 1930-1935, in celebration of the first British 'Lion's' tour to New Zealand in 1930. The team was the first bona fide British team to tour New Zealand. Dedication reads: 'With complts & best wishes George Forbes, Prime Minister N.Z. Augt. 14th 1930.'
[Ref: 42852]   £700.00   view all images for this item
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Football. (Rugby)
Football. (Rugby) St. Dunstan's v. Royal Naval School 8.10.98 at Catford. St. D. lost by 17 pts [...]
Sketched after the match by F.A. Brooker -98
Pen and ink, scarce item; sheet 180 x 230mm (7 x 9"). Hole on left.
Unique sheet of sketches showing events during an 1898 rugby match between the Royal Naval School in New Cross (now Goldsmiths College) and St Dunstan's College in Catford. Several players in the match are identified by name (Elgin, Silvester, Christie).
[Ref: 44820]   £390.00  
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