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  • PH033

    Photograph, B&W, mounted and titled. Swansea RFC first fifteen 1961-1962 season. Photograph by Jack Thomas Gainsborough Studio, 12 St Helen's Road, Swansea. Dimensions: w18" x h14" (w45.5cm x h35.5cm).
  • PH032

    Photograph, B&W, mounted and titled. Swansea RFC first fifteen 1938-1939 season. Photograph by Jack Thomas Gainsborough Studio, 12 St Helen's Road, Swansea. Dimensions: w18" x h14" (w45.5cm x h35.5cm).
  • PH031

    Photograph, B&W, mounted and titled. Swansea RFC first fifteen 1937-1938 season. Photograph by Jack Thomas Gainsborough Studio, 12 St Helen's Road, Swansea. Dimensions: w18" x h14" (w45.5cm x h35.5cm).
  • MD009

    Medal, Welsh Champions 1898-99 season. Gold, Swansea 'town' civic 'castle' badge on front. Championship details, Players' name and position inscribed on back.
  • MD008

    Medal, Welsh Champions 1912-13 season. Gold, enamel shield inset with rugby player running with ball. Championship details, Players' name and position inscribed on back.
  • MD007

    Swansea District League, Runners up medal,1905-06 season. Morriston Football Club Second Fifteen. Tom Morgan, forward.
  • MD006

    Committee pass badge, WFU, England v Wales Cardiff, 1893
  • MD005

    Medal, gold, engraved. Swansea Football Club - Second Fifteen - Ground Record 1909-1910. Tom Morgan (forward)
  • MD004

    Medal, Swansea Football Club. Welsh Champions 1912-13 season. Gold, enamel shield inset with rugby player running with ball. 'Welsh Campionship 1912-13' specified. Players' name and position inscribed on back.
  • MD003

    Match Committee Pass, Wales v Scotland played at St Helen's in 1904, Presented on 17th May 1967 by H.W.R. Douglas
  • MD002

    Medal, gold, Swansea Football Club. Second fifteen - season - 1903-04. Enscribed with Second Fifteen captain Peter Lockman's initials on front and details on back.
  • MD001

    Medal, Winners: Swansea Football Club. South Wales Challenge Cup 1887. Swansea RFC badge missing from front. Challenge Cup details, Players' name and position inscribed on back.
  • JY119

    Jersey, Wales. 1957. Red with white collar. Red shield with white border: WRU Empire Games Cardiff 1958 embroidered with leek emblem on breast. White No14 on back. Fund-raising match v International XV. Worn by John Faull.
  • JY118

    jersey, France, 1957. Blue with white collar. FFR cockerel logo on white shield on the breast. White No7 on back. Worn by French forward Jean Barthe.
  • JY117

    Jersey, Scottish Rugby Union Centenary 1973. Scotland/Ireland team. Navy and green hoops with white collar and SRU Centenary badge on breast. White No4 on back. Presented by Mervyn Davies.
  • JY116

    Jersey, England, White with RFU rose motif on left breast. No number on back. Worn by Gloucester and England forward Tom Voyce: Wales v England at St Helen's, 19th January 1924.
  • JY115

    Jersey, British & Irish Lions, 1959. Red with white collar and 'Lions' quartered badge on breast. White No9 on back. Worn by Swansea, Wales & 'Lions' forward John Faull. 'Lions' tour to Australia & New Zealand. Presented by John Faull.
  • JY112

    Jersey, Sydney Rugby Union. Blue with gold collar and thin gold double hoop. Sydney RU badge on breast on white shield. No 18 in gold on back. Swansea v Sydney RU at St Helen's 21st March 1984. Presented to swansea RFC by SRU Tour Manager Mr Andrew J Conway.
  • JY110

    Jersey, France 1923. Light blue with gold French FFR cockerel logo on white shield. No number on back. Worn by Full-back Jean Clement v Wales at St Helen's, 24th February 1923.
  • JY109

    Jersey, Wales, red with P.O.W. feathers on breast. No number on back
  • JY106

    Jersey, Japan, Red/White hoops, Japanese Rugby Union cherry blossom motif on the right breast. No.8 in black on a white rectangle on the back.
  • JY105

    Jersey, Ireland, green with IRFU shamrock emblem on left breast and white No1 on back. 1970s.
  • JY104

    Jersey, British & Irish Lions, Red, 'Lions' quartered badge on left breast. No number on back. 1974.
  • JY103

    Jersey, England, white with RFU rose motif on left breast. Black No8 on back. 1970s.
  • JY101

    Jersey, London Welsh, red with the London Welsh motif of a red Welsh dragon on a white rectangle on the left breast. No.8 on the back.