The rear of the reserved seat ticket is shown below. This includes a diagram of the stadium and the various turnstile access points.
General admission ticket
Note the change of font colour between the two tickets and the need to use 'Athletics' instead of the standard 'Track & Field' description, because of the reduced space.
And the rear of the ticket. I assume that the monogram is 'HB', being Hancock Brothers, the ticket printers. You will note that their name appears in the margin on the front side of the ticket.
For reserved seating in the same position for every day, session and event of the Games in the Olympic Stadium. Priced at $22.00, this was the cost of eleven standard entry tickets, yet allowed witness of a fortnight of different events. The passes came in two colours; blue and green. The colour designated which side of the stadium you were to sit.
Below are the rear views of the passes.
Children's passes were charged at half the price of the adult version. The design of these passes was no different to that adult version, it simply had the left hand side cut off to remove reference to the cost being $22.00. You will note that the rear sections of the adult passes, shown above, have the number of the pass stated on both sides of the pass to prepare for this eventuality.
An all access press pass.
Unlike the stadium passes upon which this was clearly modelled, the rear is blank.
Unfortunately, the scanner I possess cannot do justice to the intricacy of this design. One of the best engravers in the city spent 3 weeks carving the metal print that produced these tickets.
A brochure providing a program of events and details of the available stadium passes and 'season' tickets to other events.