Invincible 1948 the Australian cricket team in England in 1948 was captained by Don Bradman, who was making his fourth and final tour of England. The team is famous for being the first Test match side to play an entire tour of England without losing a match. This feat earned them the nickname of The Invincible, and they are regarded as one of the greatest cricket teams of all time. According to the Australian federal government the team "is one of Australia's most cherished sporting legends".
A set of three advertising posters produced by the Queensland Government Tourist Bureau to promote the1982 Brisbane Commonwealth Games. These posters were sent around Australia and the world to advertise the Games. Also included is a Sunmap Souvenir Poster of the Opening Ceremony also produced by the Queensland Government. The Tourist Bureau posters are 50cm x 75cm and the Souvenir poster is 60cm x 83cm. All are in good unused condition except for the Gold, Silver, Bronze poster which has pin holes in each corner and is slightly yellowed compared to the unused posters.
STAR WARS Return of the Jedi 'The Saga Continues' promotion movie print British Quad C. 1983, Jack Kirby art, Printed in England size: 105cm long x 98cm high professionally framed, originally stored flat
Three Australian made Koala brand wooden photo frames with glass inserts. The large one suits 12" x 18" (30 x 45 cm) size photos. The two smaller ones suit 10" x 13" (25 x 33 cm) photos. The gold edging of the smaller two is actually smooth and the scalloped appearance is an optical illusion. They are still in their original shrink film wrap with price tags of $37.95 and $16.95 and are in perfect condition, as new.
1908 Australasian Rules Football Jubilee Carnival held in Melbourne Inaugural Carnival - Teams competing: Victoria, New Zealand, Tasmania, New South Wales, South Australia, Western Australia, & Queensland
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