The kangaroo was one of the earliest Australian symbols adapted by Europeans. It features on the coat of arms, in the decorative arts, on currency and stamps, logos, in wartime imagery and as a mascot for sporting teams.

Australian First World War poster of a kangaroo, standing on a topographical map, holding the national flag. The kangaroo is dressed as soldier, holding a German pickelhaube helmet in one hand and .

Souvenir poster of the Duke and Duchess of York's Australasia tour, 1927

Poster by PA Manton marked the Duke and Duchess of York's visit to Australia in 1927 to inaugurate the new capital and recently constructed Parliament building.

Black Cockatoo: Vintage Poster

Two striking posters of Australian birds by the late artist and designer Dame Eileen Mayo look set to be star attractions at a London Christie's auction this week. The two vintage travel posters feature the Banksian Cockatoo and the Emu.

Chinese Advertising Art for Lactogen Formula

Chinese Advertising Art for Lactogen Formula and 3 Pagodas


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Highfield Wagga, 2002 DETAILS Artist Tara Badcock used transfer prints and stencils to embellish antique Japanese silk, which she hand-dyed with walnut husks, tea and seaweed.

La vie sportive en Italie ~ Corrado Mancioli

La Vie Sportive en Italie, circa by Corrado Mancioli, published by ENIT

Image of 'Wagga' style quilt 1. Cottage Industry. "We are a small shop situated at 67 Gertrude Street, Fitzroy in Melbourne Australia. We make a great deal of the stock we sell but we also import things that we love from all over the world."

Image of 'Wagga' style quilt Cottage Industry. "We are a small shop situated at 67 Gertrude Street, Fitzroy in Melbourne Australia. We make a great deal of the stock we sell but we also import things that we love from all over the world.

Penny Farthing Bike

to Transport 'Xtraordinary Challenge' (may be an advertisement for the Singer Challenge wheel Penny Farthing model of the .

Combe Martin Devon

Vintage Southern Railway Combe Martin Devon Railway Poster PrintPaper Size - or x or 16 5 inc x 11 7 x

A colour photograph of a baggy green cricket cap. The cap has a large peak and the Australian Coat of Arms stitched onto the front panel. There is what appears to be a button on the crown of the cap. The cap has been photographed against a white background. It casts a soft shadow on the background.

The famous Australian "Baggy Green" cricket cap from years gone bye.

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