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Australian womens team Olympic swimsuit by Speedo, 1968

Women's swimsuit, 1968 Mexico Olympic Games, as worn by the Australian Team, nylon, Speedo, Australia, 1968.
Skirted green nylon tricot maillot with scoop neck, featuring an allover design in yellow of sprays of stylised wattle flowers. Machine embroidered green nylon badge applied at upper centre front, worked in yellow with a leaping kangaroo crowned by 'AUSTRALIA' with multicoloured Olympic rings below. Machine embroidered black and red Speedo and boomerang logo applied at lower right hip.
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Australian womens team Olympic swimsuit by Speedo, 1968

Women's swimsuit, 1968 Mexico Olympic Games, as worn by the Australian Team, nylon, Speedo, Australia, 1968.
Skirted green nylon tricot maillot with scoop neck, featuring an allover design in yellow of sprays of stylised wattle flowers. Machine embroidered green nylon badge applied at upper centre front, worked in yellow with a leaping kangaroo crowned by 'AUSTRALIA' with multicoloured Olympic rings below. Machine embroidered black and red Speedo and boomerang logo applied at lower right hip.
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