b'113727 Original pale green cloth binding, with red, deep green and N.S.W. GOVERNMENT RAILWAYS: Travel Pass For Soldiersgrey decoration. Containing several full page screen printed in Uniform Only : Expires 5 June 1941; ticket No.7504 for usereproductions of posters produced for the plays.between Otford, Campbelltown, Kenny Hill, Penrith, RichmondEndorsed in the ownership position by A.W. Walsh (sketched and Cowan. Excellent condition. Endorsed by Lt. R.A. Bowerand listed as No.5 in the Rogues Gallery on pages 26 and the issuing officer and by the soldier, W.M. Conville. Rare. 34, where he is identified as Lieutenant Colonel A.W. Walsh). $60100Walsh has added Changi : Feb - Jul.42; Sandakan : Jul. - Oct.42; Kuching : Nov. - Sep.45.728 Lieutenant Colonel A.W. Walsh, commander 2/10th Two WW2 period chrome aeroplane ashtray ornaments withField Regiment, was captured by Japanese forces. Australian map bases, During his captivity, Walsh was appointed commander the bases 16cm wide (2) of the Kuching POW camp.$200300The book is an account of the efforts of Australian prisoners of war to produce plays, and other entertainments during their 729 internment at Kuching and Sandakan prison camps, 1942-44.A trench art cigarette lighter in the form of an officers cap,$5001,000a decorated tin with rising sun badge, and an Australian chrome picture frame with emu and kangaroo, early to732mid 20th century, (3 items), BEAN, Charles Edwin Woodrow (18791968)the picture frame 12.5cm wide Gallipoli Mission (1948) and Anzac to Amiens (1948), $150250both books with hardcover and both with the ownership 730 inscriptions of Cadet Officer W. J. Scammell, No.2 Course NEW SOUTH WALES AMBULANCE CORPS: 9ct gold fobO.C.S., 1952; also, The ANZAC COOK Written and Illustrated (4.8gms) engraved verso 1942 EFFICIENT : A.I. HALL. in Gallipoli by The Men of Anzac . (3 vols.).$150200$100150 731 733BORNEO BURLESQUE : comic tragedy, tragic comedy,B.C.O.F. in JAPAN: A printed Christmas card from Radio artwork - Don Johnston and Jock Britz ; story - GeorgeStation W.L.K.U. The Voice of the Royal Australian Air Force Forbes; production: Bill Clayton, [Sydney; Printers Ptyin Japan, 77 Squadron R.A.A.F., Iwakuni, B.C.O.F.; together Ltd, 1947], #36 from a limited edition of 338 copies signedwith the RAAF Service envelope in which it was delivered, by Johnson, Britz, Forbes and Clayton. postmarked A.F.P.O. No.30 - R.A.A.F. JAPAN.Sent by Kenneth Francis Whalen, a dentist of 77 Squadron RAAF, who served in Japan with BCOF from 1947-1950.$100150 734Three nickel plated powder compacts in the form of military caps, one engraved My Duntroon Souvenir, 1951,the largest 8cm wide (3)$150250 731'