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The collection comprises of over 150 team and squad photographs, mostly of All Black and Auckland teams.
The photographs were mostly acquired by the museum from former players and include many official team photographs.
(2 items) Rugby Hall of Fame, Auckland, New Zealand, Opening menu card - commemorating the official opening of the Rugby Hall of Fame signed by 31 including World Cup winning captains David Kirk & John Eales, also legendary players such as Buck Shelford, Zinzan Brooke, John Kirwan, George Gregan, Andrew Mehrtens, Jonah Lomu, Josh Kronfeld, & NZ Prime Minister at the time Jim Bolger amongst others CANTERBURY R. These autographs include JT Burrows, Jack Manchester (captain 35/6 All Blacks) and Bob Stuart (captain 53/4 All Blacks) The menu is heavily creased SOUTH AUCKLAND signed photo.
A team photograph by Louden of Hamilton of the South Auckland team.
The players featured on the photo are as follows: A wilson, R Mc Duff, W E Mc Kenzie, Bispham, E Nicholson, W Cunningham, P Long, W Harrison, G Tyler, H Kiernan (captain), A Asher, W doran, P Gerrard, J Laing, HD Thompson & R Mc Gregor.
The photo is framed & glazed in what we believe is an original frame dating from the period, the total size including the frame is 26" x 21" (68 x 53cm) Ref: D-R9-phnz-auckland.1902 - 250.00 We are selling the photograph collection of a private museum in Auckland, New Zealand.
The photo is possibly linked to the booklet and is signed by Peter Snell (winner 1960, 1964, athlete, Olympic gold medal), Don Clarke (winner 1959), Bert Sutcliffe (cricketer & first winner of Sportsman of the Year), one other, possibly Arthur Lydiard.
The booklet is accompanied by a photograph of 10 top NZ sportsmen & women posing at a roller skating event.
Ref: Pacific Coast Grizzlies v Auckland February 19th 1984 presentation memento.
We believe this plaque was presented to the Auckland team during their tour of the Northern Hemisphere in 1984.
For easy viewing, these programmes are arranged in three separate ways.
In 1901 the Earl of Ranfurly, Governor of New Zealand and patron of the NZRFU announced his intention to bestow upon the Union a trophy for their use thereof.