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Olympic Sports Mascot pins, Sydney 2000 Olympic Games

This is a limited-edition collection of 47 Olympic Sports Mascot pins from the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games. They are mounted in a wooden frame measuring 57.0 cm x 40.5 cm x 2.5 cm. The words 'SYDNEY 2000' can be seen at the bottom of the frame. The pins, displayed against an orange and green mount depicting an athletics track, ...


Victa logo, 1966-2002

This is a logo for Victa lawnmowers designed in 1966. It has a white background with the company name brand, 'Victa', in large navy-blue text. The sentence, 'Turns grass into lawn', runs across the bottom of the word 'Victa' in smaller black capital letters.


Victa colour logo campaign, 2002

This is the colour logo used by Victa in its 2002 campaign. It features large, gleaming gold capitals that state, 'Victa 50 years' while below, in smaller white capital letters, is the sentence, 'Leaders in lawncare since 1952'. The background features what looks like green lawn at the top, gradually fading through grey-blue ...


Holden rally car, 1995

This is a white-and-black VR Commodore Series 11 rally car, measuring 6.20 m x 1.50 m x 1.55 m. It is a four-door sedan bearing advertising logos for Holden Special Vehicles, Mobil (oils), Bridgestone (tyres), Hella (lights), Century (batteries),'3M Automotive (bodywork products) and Codan (communications equipment). It ...


Churchill speaks of blood, toil and victory

Winston Churchill is regarded as one of history's greatest orators. One of his most famous speeches was given to the British House of Commons on 13 May 1940, three days after he was appointed prime minister in the early stages of World War II. Discover the power of his oratory in this audio clip.