b'62394ESSENDON: 1914 Essendon Football Club membership fob, made by G. Bentley.Following Premierships in 1911 and 1912, Essendon finished 8th in 1913 and 6th in 1914. .$8001,000395CARLTON: Champion Footballers Series: William Dick postcard, circa 1915. Unused. Rarity rating: 10.Minor wrinkling at top.The previous example of this card to be sold by us at public auction brought $1200 + BP in our August 2019 sale. .$300500396CARLTON: Champion Footballers Series: Andy McDonald postcard, circa 1915. Unused. Rarity rating: 10.(intact, but with creases). $15025039715ct gold football medallion (by Willis, Melbourne) with a running player on the front and engraved on reverseC.D.F.C. Pres. to A.WILSON by WAL OWEN for CONSPICUOUS PLAY, Seas. 1920.$150250398398TASMANIAN FOOTBALL LEAGUE 1921 State Emblem badge, made by T & S.Believed to have been prepared for the Tasmanian representative team expected to attend the Australian National Football Carnival in Perth in August 1921. Tasmania withdrew from the competition because of the high travel costs associated with sending a team to Western Australia. .$300500399VICTORIA - MELBOURNE SUBURBAN LEAGUES: handbooks & fixture lists including 1922 Metropolitan Amateur Football Association handbook (annotations front cover), 1933 Metropolitan Junior Football League Constitution, Rules & Fixtures, 1967 Fitzroy Football Club Constitution & Rules (superb condition), 1971 Northern Districts programme, plus two other items; also 1968 & 1974 Victorian Amateur Football Association official programmes; condition variable.(8 items). $1201604004001923 ESSENDON FOOTBALL CLUB PREMIERSHIP MEDAL in 15ct gold, made by H.E.Brown, with large E.F.C.in black and red enamel surrounded by the words PREMIERS V.F.L. 1923 The premiership match, attended by 46,566 spectators, was won by Essendon by a margin of 17 points over Fitzroy, marking that clubs fifth premiership victory. Curiously, the medal has been engraved for R.J. DILLON, who does not appear to have played in the Grand Final, nor in any other game for the First team. Although not listed on the Essendon F.C. site, there is no doubt that he was recruited for the team.The Age newspaper of 6th July 1923, at page 14 reports:At Wednesday nights meeting of the Umpire and Permit Committee the [Essendon] club obtained the services of a few new men. The first to pass the tests was G. Rawle, a resident of Essendon for five years, who once played with North Melbourne. The second was R.J. DILLON, a tall player from Footscray. Dillonplayed four games for Footscray last seasonWith these latest additions the reserve list at Essendon is a very sound one. The team is thus in a much stronger position than it was last year. . $3,0004,0004011924 COLLINGWOOD TEAM PHOTO: Don Photo Series (Lorraine Photo) postcard with a besuited indigenous gentleman holding a rope sat in the front row; somewhat faded. [Indigenous Australians sometimes provided half-time entertainment at games, culturally-based often with boomerangs] . $120160ImagesLot numbers in black indicate lots not illustrated in this catalogue but which are available online at www.leski.com.au'