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Three Speedo swimsuits

Made 1964
Swimwear, womens (2) and mens (1), Bri-nylon, made by Speedo, Australia, 1964

Comprises three nylon swimsuits made by Speedo for both and female participants in the 1964 Tokyo Olympic Games. The suits consist of a one mens full brief racing suit and two womens swimsuits, each embroidered with a black and red Speedo logo sewn onto right hip and an applied embroidered green and yellow cloth badge featuring an image of a kangaroo and the Olympic Games linked rings with the text 'Australia Tokyo 1964'.
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