b'64406FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION HANDBOOKS (NON-VICTORIAN): with SOUTH AUSTRALIA 1933 Australian Rules issued by Australian Broadcasting Commission, 1933 & 1936 Barossa & Light Football Association handbooks, 1946 Our National Game handbook, 1970 SANFL Laws of the Australian National Game of Football; NSW 1927 Australian Football League - Laws of the Game & undated (mid 1920s) Football League handbook; TASMANIA 1956 Queenstown Football Association official programme; WESTERN AUSTRALIA 1939 Constitution, Rules, Laws of the Game; condition variable, most are fine. (9) $250350407GRAND FINALS: Collection of signed images or pieces by players who have competed in Grand Finals, sorted into folders by club. Noted are 1933 (Laurie Nash & Bob Pratt on piece), 1937 (Jim Wills & Tom Arkley both on piece), 1946 (Dick Reynolds), 1964 (Ron Barassi on piece), 1966 Alan Jeans on magazine cut-out, 1969 (Kevin Bartlett & Tommy Hafey on magazine cut-outs), also noted Alex Jesaulenko (on piece); also some supporting material including club badges, football cards, Essendon 1989 Social Club badges, etc. Nice lot. (approx 40 signatures) .$250350408FITZROY FOOTBALL CLUB 1935: Official team photograph by C.E.Boyles & Son; mounted on backing card.Overall 20 x 25cm.Although Fitzroy finished the season in 7th position, the photograph includes their Brownlow medallist for 1935, Haydn Bunton, Snr. It was his 3rd Brownlow win and the second year in a row in which he was voted Fitzroy Club Champion$100150409409FITZROY FOOTBALL CLUB Dinner Menu, Australia Hotel, October 2nd, 1935Extensively signed by the players and officials, for whom the dinner was given, including Brownlow Medallist Haydn Bunton, Doug Nicholls, Chick Smallhorn, Dinny Ryan, Wally Gray, Leonard Maynes, Jim Toohey, Alan Fitcher, Charlie Cameron, Don Quartermain and many more.Provenance: From the estate of Leonard Maynes (Fitzroy & Essendon)In 1932, Doug Nicholls (later Sir Doug) joined the VFLs Fitzroy Football Club and in 1935, he was the first Aboriginal player to be selected to play for the Victorian interstate team, ultimately playing four interstate games. He played a total of six seasons for Fitzroy, before returning to the Northcote team in 1938. Knee injuries forced him to retire in 1939. He returned to Northcote as non-playing coach in 1947. .$300500414410410BROWNLOW MEDALLISTS: collage of winning Brownlow Medallist signatures on pieces, noting Dick Reynolds (1937 & 1938), Norm Ware (1941), Bob Skilton (signed photo, 1959, 1963 & 1968) Verdun Howell (1959), Ian Stewart (1965, 1966 & 1971), Paul Kelly (1195) Gary Ablett Jr (2009) etc; framed & glazed, 60.5x43cm. (approx 50 signatures)$300400'