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New Zealand Railways Cup - Rudolf Boelee

New Zealand Railways Cup - Rudolf Boelee

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acrylic, silkscreen on board 300 x 400 mm

Price: $400.00
P&P: $20.00

New Zealand Railways Cup - Rudolf Boelee

New Zealand Railways Cup - Rudolf Boelee

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acrylic, silkscreen on board 300 x 400 mm

Price: $400.00
P&P: $20.00

New Zealand Railways Cup - Rudolf Boelee

New Zealand Railways Cup - Rudolf Boelee

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acrylic, silkscreen on board 300 x 400 mm

Price: $400.00
P&P: $20.00

New Zealand Railways Cup T-Towel

New Zealand Railways Cup T-Towel

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Handprinted cotton t-towel 

Price: $15.00
P&P: $6.00

NO NEW THING - Rudolf Boelee

NO NEW THING - Rudolf Boelee

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Ron Mason and Rex Fairburn, collage on watercolour paper 630 x 510, framed and glassed

Price: $450.00
P&P: $25.00

Painting for the New Architecture 10 - Rudolf Boelee

Painting for the New Architecture 10 - Rudolf Boelee

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aceylic, laquer on board 1200 x 1200 mm

Price: $1,650.00
P&P: $40.00

Peter Snell - Rudolf Boelee

Peter Snell - Rudolf Boelee

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Peter Snell - Rudolf BoeleeMore Details

Sir Peter George Snell KNZM OBE (born 17 December 1938) is a New Zealand former middle-distance runner. He won three Olympic gold medals, and is the only male since 1920 to win the 800 and 1500 metres at the same Olympics, in 1964.


Price: $220.00
P&P: $20.00

Pinups / Robyne Voyce

Pinups / Robyne Voyce

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Installation View - mixed media on board - 945 x 755 mm

Price: $1,400.00
P&P: $0.00

Poppies / Robyne Voyce

Poppies / Robyne Voyce

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Installation View - mixed media on board - 1225 x 730mm

Price: $1,200.00
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Richard "Tiny" White All Black - Rudolf Boelee

Richard "Tiny" White All Black - Rudolf Boelee

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Richard "Tiny" White All Black - Rudolf BoeleeMore Details

Richard "Tiny" Alexander White, QSO (11 June 1925 – 10 March 2012) was a New Zealand rugby union footballer. He played 23 tests and 55 games for the All Blacks.
Richard White played for Poverty Bay. He debuted for the All Blacks in 1949 by playing two tests against Australia and he immediately became an important player for them. He never missed a test match during his career and was only subbed off once in his career. White also played in thirty of the 36 games during the All Blacks 1953–54 New Zealand rugby union tour of Britain, Ireland, France and North America, the most of any player.

White was regarded as being excellent in the lineout. He was also very quick and had "incredible stamina." Terry McLean once remarked that he was "a wonderful player" who "played with matchless vigour, especially in the lineout."

White was forced to retire from rugby at age thirty-two after he received a kick in the back. This along with his farming injuries and an almost paralyzed left hand was too much for him to continue playing. His final game was during the 1956 tour by South Africa. The All Blacks won the series 3-1 which was their first ever victory against South Africa in a test series.

White became mayor of Gisborne from 1977 to 1983. He was also heavily involved in rugby, becoming president of the Poverty Bay Rugby Football Union and continuing to coach some local sides. He died in Gisborne on 10 March 2012


Price: $220.00
P&P: $20.00

Rik van Looy - Rudolf Boelee

Rik van Looy - Rudolf Boelee

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Rik van Looy - Rudolf BoeleeMore Details

Henri "Rik" Van Looy (born 20 December 1933 in Grobbendonk) is a Belgian former professional cyclist of the post-war period, nicknamed the King of the Classics or Emperor of Herentals (after the small Belgian town where he lived). He was twice world professional road race champion, and was the first cyclist to win all five 'Monuments': the most prestigious one-day classics – a feat since achieved by just two others (both also Belgians: Roger De Vlaeminck and Eddy Merckx). With 379 road victories he's second to Merckx only. He is ninth on the all-time list of Grand Tour stage winners with thirty-seven victories.


Price: $220.00
P&P: $20.00

Rod Dixon - Rudolf Boelee

Rod Dixon - Rudolf Boelee

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Rod Dixon - Rudolf BoeleeMore Details

Rodney Phillip "Rod" Dixon (born 13 July 1950) is a former New Zealand middle- to long-distance runner. He won the bronze medal in the 1500 metres at the 1972 Olympics in Munich, and in 1983 won the New York City Marathon


Price: $220.00
P&P: $20.00

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