Cricket Ceramics & Metalware

Lot 669:
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David Denton and Schofield Haigh of Yorkshire. Commemorative transfer printed mug with vignette of Denton in batting pose with title 'David Denton. Always a favourite' to one side. To the other a vignette of Haigh in bowling pose with title 'Schofield Haigh. One of Yorkshire's heroes'. To the side and in between the two vignettes are, at the base are a set of stumps with a cricket ball and above crossed cricket bats. Some possible minor restoration to wording below Denton's name '..a favourite' otherwise in good condition. Approx 4" high. A rarer mug, sold only once before by the auctioneer
Estimate: £400/600
Hammer price: £950
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George Herbert Hirst. Yorkshire & England 1891-1929 and Wilfred Rhodes. Yorkshire & England 1898-1930. Very scarce Henry Hulme & Son of Burslem commemorative beer jug featuring both players. To front, 'George H. Hirst, Yorkshire's Celebrated All Round Cricketer. His record score against Leicestershire (341) May 1905' with vignette of Hirst in batting pose and to verso 'Wilfred Rhodes, Yorkshire's Celebrated Bowler' with vignette of Rhodes in bowling pose to reverse. With stumps, crossed bats and ball in between images. Approx 6.5" high. Minor wear otherwise in good condition. A jug featuring both Yorkshire stalwarts rarely seen. Not previously seen by the auctioneers
Estimate: £500/800
Hammer price: £1350
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Harold Larwood. A Staffordshire mug, printed with a sepia vignette portrait of Harold Larwood, head and shoulders, with crossed bats, stumps and ball to reverse, gilt lustre to rim and base and handle. Strap handle. 4" tall. Very minor wear and slight chipping to base. A rarely seen mug in nice condition
Estimate: £500/700
Hammer price: £500
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W.G. Grace. A Staffordshire mug with image of Grace, full length wearing blue and white striped cap, in batting pose at the wicket, to side. To verso a red flower and leaves. 4.25" tall. Some minor wear to images, minor wear to rim otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £150/250
Hammer price: £150
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Cricket & Horse Racing. An attractive Victorian Staffordshire mug printed in brown with a vignette of a cricket game in progress, with players, umpires, a large tent and woodlands in background. To verso a further vignette of a horse race in progress with three horses racing, stands and spectators to background. Floral decoration to outer and inner rim. 4" tall. Chip and smaller chip to outside of rim, minor chip to base otherwise in good condition. A rarely seen cricket mug
Estimate: £150/250
Hammer price: £220
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Cricket, Association [football] and Rugby. An attractive and early Staffordshire jug printed in red with three interesting vignettes, one of a cricket match in progress, with players, umpires, a large marquee and tent, spectators and woodlands in background, the second of a football match in progress with players, goal posts and similar background scene with the title 'Association' and the third panel with a rugby match in progress with players, rugby posts and similar scene to background. Decoration to outer rim and handle. circa 1860/70's. Approximately 5" tall. Good condition. A rarely seen cricket jug in good original condition
Estimate: £250/350
Hammer price: £520
Lot 675:
Lot 675
Sydney Francis Barnes, Warwickshire, Lancashire, Staffordshire, England & Wales 1894-1930. Commemorative Staffordshire transfer printed ribbed mug with vignette of Barnes, wearing cap, in batting pose to centre, with inscription 'Syd. F. Barnes-Famous International Bowler' to reverse a shield with 'Brilliant bowling by Barnes-obtained six wickets for 24 runs. The English team in Australia 1908'. Slight wear to image of Barnes otherwise in good condition. Approx 4.5" high. Rare
Estimate: £180/250
Hammer price: unsold
Lot 676:
Lot 676
Sydney Francis Barnes, Warwickshire, Lancashire, Staffordshire, England & Wales 1894-1930. Decorative green plate with colour transfer printed vignette of Barnes in bowling pose next to the wicket to centre, with inscription 'Syd. F. Barnes-Famous International Bowler'. To verso, a printed shield 'Brilliant bowling by Barnes-obtained six wickets for 24 runs. The English team in Australia 1908'. 8" diameter. Minor wear to image of Barnes and surface of plate otherwise in good condition. Unusual
Estimate: £100/150
Hammer price: unsold
The plates & mugs were produced to commemorate Barnes taking six wickets for 24 runs for England v Australia in Australia 1908'.
Lot 677:
Lot 677
'The Cricketers'. Early Victorian dish, transfer printed in black with image of four boys playing cricket with woodland to the background with title 'The Cricketers' below. 4.5" diameter. c1850/60's. G
Estimate: £100/150
Hammer price: £90
Lot 678:
Lot 678
Alphabet 'Cricket' plate. Mid 19th Century earthenware circular 'Alphabet' child's plate with cricket scene to centre and 'Cricket', transfer printed in colour within the letters of the alphabet to rim. Approximately 5.5" diameter. 'Meakin' impressed to base. G
Estimate: £70/100
Hammer price: £60
Lot 679:
Lot 679
Alphabet cricket plate. 19th Century Staffordshire earthenware circular 'Alphabet' child's plate with cricket scene to centre, transfer printed in blue within the letters of the alphabet to rim. 7" diameter. VG
Estimate: £70/100
Hammer price: £80
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'Cricket'. Victorian Staffordshire children's cricket mug with strap handle, printed in green with image of six children playing cricket and to verso 'Bow and Arrow' showing children playing archery. c1880. 2.5" tall. G/VG
Estimate: £100/150
Hammer price: £200
Lot 681:
Lot 681
Cricket. Victorian Staffordshire children's cricket mug with strap handle, printed in blue with image of four children playing cricket with woodland and church spire to background. c1880. 2.5" tall. G/VG
Estimate: £70/100
Hammer price: £130
Lot 682:
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Cricket. Victorian Staffordshire children's cricket mug with strap handle, printed in green with image of four children playing cricket with woodland and church spire to background and to verso a football scene, a boy kicking the ball. c1880. 2.75" tall. G/VG
Estimate: £70/100
Hammer price: £60
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'Cricket'. Victorian Staffordshire cricket mug with strap handle, printed in red with image of an early game of cricket with seven players, two umpires, tents and woods to background. c1880. 2.5" tall. G/VG
Estimate: £70/100
Hammer price: £190
Lot 684:
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Cricket jug. Early Staffordshire blue cream/milk cricket jug with strap handle, Blue background and two raised figures of a batsman playing back. c1870/80. 3" tall. Minor firing crack to handle otherwise in good/very good condition -
Estimate: £100/150
Hammer price: £160
Lot 685:
Lot 685
'Endon & District Cricket Club. 4th Annual Dinner 1954' Sandland (?) ceramic tankard with transfer printed image of the club's emblem featuring a batsman and bowler. 3.5" tall. G/VG
Estimate: £40/60
Hammer price: unsold
Endon is a village within the Staffordshire Moorlands district of Staffordshire
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W.G. Grace. Continental, probably German, bisque figure of W.G. Grace in batting pose wearing pads and gloves and M.C.C. cap and belt. . Approx 9.5" tall. Wooden bat with printed inscription in black 'W.G. Grace 100 Centuries'. Firing crack to back of foot otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £60/90
Hammer price: £60
Lot 687:
Lot 687
Lancashire C.C.C. 1939. Grindley Hotel Ware, Stoniers, Liverpool. White earthenware cup. 'Lancashire County Cricket Club' to side. Maker's stamp and date '3-39' to base. Probably originates from the Club. 2.75" tall. VG
Estimate: £20/30
Hammer price: £30
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Cricket tiles. Five ceramic tiles produced by Carter Tiles of Poole, Dorset commissioned by Harry Altham during his lifetime. Each individually designed tile features a cricketer in the style of the classic illustrations, 'Leg Half Volley', 'Home Block', 'The Cut', 'The Bowler' etc, made famous by Nicholas Wanostrocht in his book 'Felix on the Bat'. Each tiles measures 6"x6". Very good condition
Estimate: £200/300
Hammer price: £300
Harry Altham played for Surrey from 1908 to 1912. He served on the M.C.C. Committee from 1941 until his death in 1965 serving as Treasurer from 1949 until 1963 and President in 1959. He was a member of the Hampshire Committee for over forty years and the President of the club from 1946 until his death. He was also Chairman of the English Test selectors in 1954.

In 1863, Jesse Carter bought James Walker's ailing brick and tile business in Poole, and produced tiles for almost one hundred years
Lot 688:
Lot 688
Arthur Wood 'Sporting Series' cricketing mug, with colour cricket vignettes to sides of a match in progress with trees and scoreboard to background and a bowler verso. Gold lustre to handle, base and lip, beaded waist. 5" tall. Very good condition. Sold with 'W.G. Grace'. Royal Doulton ceramic caricature toby jug of 'The Champion' W.G. Grace 1989. 4" tall. Limited edition no 2678/9500. VG. Qty 2
Estimate: £40/60
Hammer price: unsold
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Worcestershire County Cricket Club 'Champions 1964'. Jasperware 5" green/grey ceramic tankard produced to commemorate the Championship win 1964. With raised figures of a bowler, batsman, fielders, the Cathedral and the County emblem in white. G
Estimate: £30/50
Hammer price: unsold
Lot 690:
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Falcon Playtime childs koala food bowls. Two bowls with koala's playing cricket to inside and with kangaroo's to rim. Different design to each. 6" diameter. Qty 2. G
Estimate: £25/35
Hammer price: unsold
Lot 691:
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W.G. Grace. Coalport china plate commemorating W.G. Grace scoring a 'Century of Centuries'. Limited edition of 750 plates, this being no. 24, with facsimilie signature of Grace to reverse. Good condition
Estimate: £30/40
Hammer price: unsold
Lot 692:
Box of mixed ephemera including a Franklin Porcelain 'Ashes Tankard 1882-1982', 9.5" tall. Four miniature bats, one signed by twenty six South Africans c1990s. An M.C.C. engraved glass ashtray for 'Thomas Lord 1787-1987'. Wooden plaque for the 'Adelaide Oval Centenary Test. Australia v West Indies 7th-11th December 1984, signed by the two captains, Allan Border and Clive Lloyd etc. G
Estimate: £30/50
Hammer price: £58
Lot 693:
Lot 693
Cricket bag. Small crested china cricket bag with colour emblem for 'Luton'. Arcadian ware. Approx 3" long. Very minor wear. G
Estimate: £25/35
Hammer price: unsold
Lot 694:
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Cricket bag. Large crested china cricket bag with colour emblem for 'Edinburgh'. Atlas Heraldic China. Approx 4.5" long. Very minor wear. G
Estimate: £30/50
Hammer price: unsold
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Cricket bag. Large crested china cricket bag with colour emblem for 'Chester'. British Manufacture. Approx 4.5" long. Very minor wear. G
Estimate: £30/50
Hammer price: unsold
Lot 696:
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Cricket bag. Large crested china cricket bag with colour emblem for 'Weston Super Mare'. Florentine China. Approx 4.5" long. Very minor wear. G
Estimate: £30/50
Hammer price: £35
Lot 697:
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Cricket bag. Small crested china cricket bag with colour emblem for 'Cambridge'. Arcadian ware. Approx 3" long. Very minor wear G
Estimate: £25/35
Hammer price: unsold
Lot 698:
Lot 698
Cricket bag. Medium crested china cricket bag with colour emblem for 'Great Yarmouth'. Arcadian China. Approx 4" long. Very minor wear. VG
Estimate: £25/35
Hammer price: unsold
Lot 699:
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Cricket bag. Two Medium crested china cricket bags with colour emblems. 'Salisbury' by The Coronet Ware & 'Bradford' by Carlton China. Approx 4" long. Both with very minor hairline cracks. G
Estimate: £25/35
Hammer price: £10
Lot 700:
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Cricket bag. Medium crested china cricket bag with emblem for 'City of London'. Coronet ware. Approx 4" long. Small firing crack, otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £30/40
Hammer price: unsold
Lot 701:
Lot 701
W.G. Grace. Royal Doulton ceramic caricature toby jug of 'The Champion' W.G. Grace 1989. 4" tall. Limited edition no. 8387/9500 with Doulton certificate. Sold with a Royal Doulton ceramic caricature toby jug of 'Johnners' Brian Johnston 1995. 4.5" tall. Limited edition no. 546/9500. Qty 2. VG
Estimate: £30/40
Hammer price: £45
Lot 702:
Lot 702
William Allan Powell. Kent 1912-1921. An impressive and beautifully decorated silver presentation paper knife in the form of a cricket bat, the handle moulded with crossed bats and ball before a wicket, and the Kent emblem of the white horse in shield with motto 'Invicta' in scroll beneath, scrolling foliage to extremities of handle and the blade inscribed 'The Kent County Cricket Club. Presented to W.A. Powell. Champion Eleven 1913'. Hallmarks for Sheffield 1913 and makers mark for Henry Wilkinson of John Street, Sheffield to both knife blade and handle. The knife measures 12.5" long. Minor dent to handle otherwise in good/very good condition. An excellent memento of the 1913 Championship winning season of 1913. Previously sold by Phillips Auctioneers as lot 264 in May 1985
Estimate: £700/1000
Hammer price: £1100
William Powell, a lesser known Kent player, played twelve matches for Kent between 1912-1921, eight of the matches being in the 1913 season. His first class highest score with the bat was 48 and his best with the ball 5-40 in 1909
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Frederick Robert Spofforth. New South Wales, Victoria & Australia 1874-1888. Heavy metal figure of Spofforth 'The Demon Bowler' wearing cricket attire, with tie and sash to waist, holding a cricket ball in typical fashion. The figure mounted to a circular wooden plinth with central hole. Registration mark to back of leg '148781' for 1890. The figure stands 6.5" tall. A scarce figure of Spofforth, not seen previously by the auctioneer
Estimate: £200/300
Hammer price: £440
Lot 704:
Lot 704
Uppingham School cricket. Rare mid to late 19c cricketer's belt buckle. The brass /gilded metal buckle of rectangular outline with squared corners depicting to centre the founder of the school, Archdeacon Robert Johnson of the Diocese of Peterborough, with attendant pupils and the school motto to surround 'In Okeham et Uppingham in Com.Ruti. Sic Com Gubern Scholar et Hospiciorum'. c1870-1880's. The buckle measure approximately 2.5"x2.25". Amazingly in 'as issued' condition
Estimate: £120/160
Hammer price: unsold
Uppingham School is a co-educational independent school situated in the small market town of Uppingham in Rutland, England. The school was founded in 1584 by Robert Johnson, the Archdeacon of Leicester who also established Oakham School
Lot 705:
Lot 705
Cricket buckle. Large mid to late 19c cricketer's belt buckle. The brass and silver metal buckle of rectangular outline with cricket bat and ball decoration to borders and depicting to centre, in silver metal the fall of a wicket with bowler, batsman and wicket-keeper featured, fields, trees and gate to back ground. c1870-1880's. The buckle measure approximately 3"x2.25". Amazingly in 'as issued' condition
Estimate: £150/250
Hammer price: £220
Lot 706:
Lot 706
Harold Larwood. Nottinghamshire & England 1924-1938. 'Lar-Wax Car Polish. The Best in Test'. Rarely seen circular car polish tin featuring to lid an image of Harold Larwood with facsimile signed to centre with titles to outside border. Further image of Larwood, titles and 'Directions for Use' to main body of tin. Minor dent to side and some minor wear and scratching otherwise in good condition. 4.25" diameter. Presumably produced in the 1930's [?]
Estimate: £50/80
Hammer price: £80
Lot 707:
Lot 707
'George Hirst's White Rose Toffee'. Rare example of a toffee tin with blue and white advertising to all sides, white Yorkshire roses and to two sides 'Manufactured by Hirst's Yorkshire Toffee Co. Ltd. Huddersfield. Minor wear to tin but generally in good condition
Estimate: £70/100
Hammer price: £50
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Lot 708
Bert Tremlin, Essex 1900-1919. M.C.C. Centenary 1814-1914. Original medal presented to Tremlin to mark 100 years of Lord's Cricket Ground. The bronze metal medal with 'M.C.C. 1814-1914, with cricket bat and stump decoration' and below in scroll 'B. Tremlin' and to verso 'Lord's Ground Centenary 1914' to outer ring and to centre 'To commemorate the 100th Year as a Cricket Ground'. 1.25" diameter. Ring suspension. In original presentation box, W.O. Lewis, Birmingham. A rare item. Sold with what appears to be his wired and embroidered Essex county cap badge, wear. Good/very good condition - cricket
Estimate: £140/180
Hammer price: £100
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'Leonard Hutton. England v Australia, Lord's 1938. Individual World Record Score 364'. One hundred and thirty piece canteen of cutlery presented to Leonard Hutton by Yorkshire County Cricket Club in 1938 following his record score. Silver hallmarked plaque to centre of upper section with inscription 'Presented to Mr. Leonard Hutton by the Yorkshire County Cricket Club to commemorate his record score of 364 v Australia at the Oval, 1938'. The canteen of cutlery, by James Dixon & Sons of Sheffield, in Firth stainless steel with faux bone handles stored in elegant walnut veneered cabinet standing on four legs and consisting of an upper sectioned compartment accessed by the hinges lid with a compartmentalised drawer, with two metal handles, underneath and a storage shelf at the base. Some of the compartments labelled. 25" wide by 16" deep by 30" tall. There are four pieces missing from the set of one hundred and thirty pieces, two large knives and two egg spoons. Some minor damage to upper compartment edge inside cabinet lid otherwise in good condition. A unique presentation gift to Hutton from his County Club. Sold with full printed list of items
Estimate: £500/700
Hammer price: £400
Previously sold by Knights as part of the Leonard Hutton Collection in February 2014
Lot 710:
Lot 710
Christening mug. Early Victorian silver christening mug engraved to side panels with scenes of children playing, including one of a boy with cricket bat, a boy and a girl practising archery, one a girl throwing a ball. The tapering body of the mug chased with scrolled cartouches. The S-scroll handle with chased leaf decoration. The mug stands approx 3.5" tall. Hallmark to base for London 1848 and makers mark 'C.R.G.S.' for Charles Reily and George Storer of London. Very good condition
Estimate: £1000/1500
Hammer price: £1550
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Arthur Owen Jones. Nottinghamshire & England 1892-1914. Rare silver vesta case with ring suspension, the front enamelled in colour with kangaroo batsman and lion wicket-keeper and detail 'The Sportsman, for Cricket News' and to verso inscription 'Souvenir, England v Australia. Presented to A.O. Jones by the proprietors of 'The Sportsman, London September 1899'. The vesta measures approximately 1.75"x2.25". Silver hallmarked for Chester 1899. Some slight scuffing and some wear to inscription, though still legible otherwise in good condition. Previous sold by Phillips Auctioneers in July 1990 and by Knights in July 2009. A vesta case was presented by 'The Sportsman' to each player who represented England in the 1899 Ashes series
Estimate: £1000/1500
Hammer price: £1000
Jones made his Test debut in the fifth Test played at the Oval. The match was drawn, Jones made 31 and took 3-73 in the Australia first innings. Australia won the series 1-0
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George 'Gubby' Oswald Browning 'Gubby' Allen. Cambridge University, Middlesex & England 1921-1950. Rare silver metal vesta case with ring suspension to top of lid, the front with engraved initials 'G.O.A.' in cartouche with swirling floral decoration to border, and to verso an image of stumps being broken by the cricket ball and below inscribed bowling figures of '6-0-36-5'. The vesta measures approximately 1.75"x2". Some slight wear and odd small dent otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £300/500
Hammer price: unsold
In the first Test of the 1936/27 Ashes Test series played at Brisbane in Australia, 'Gubby' Allen won the first Test for England, along with Bill Voce four wickets for 16 runs, by taking five wickets for thirty six runs. In the match England batted first making 358 all out, Leyland 126. In reply Australia made 234 all out, Voce taking 6-41 and Allen 3-71. In England's second innings they made 256 all out, Allen top scoring with 68 and then Allen and Voce bowled out Australia for 58 runs in 12.3 overs to win the first Test match. Australia won the series in 1936/37 by three Tests to two thanks to the brilliance of Bradman's batting
Lot 713:
Lot 713
Victorian cricketing vesta case. Attractive electro-plated rounded oblong vesta case applied with a raised enamelled oval colour plaque of a batsman standing before a set of stumps to centre cartouche with stylised foliage decoration. Worn makers mark of 'H.J. & Co' [not traced]. The vesta measures approximately 1.75"x2.75". Some slight wear and odd small dent otherwise in good condition. A nice case
Estimate: £300/400
Hammer price: unsold
Lot 714:
Lot 714
Victorian cricketing vesta case. Attractive electro-plated oblong vesta case applied with an enamelled colour image of a batsman standing before a set of stumps to centre with stylised foliage decoration, with ring suspension. 'W.Taylor' engraved to verso. Worn makers mark of '_PABB&CO' [not traced]. The vesta measures approximately 1.25"x1.75". Some minor wear otherwise in good condition. A nice case
Estimate: £250/350
Hammer price: £330
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Victorian cricketing vesta case. Attractive silver plated rounded oblong vesta case with crossed bats and ball decoration on a ribbed background. The vesta measures approximately 1.25"x1.5". Some minor wear otherwise in good condition. A nice case
Estimate: £250/350
Hammer price: unsold
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Edwardian cricket ball vesta case. Rare and very attractive silver vesta case in the shape of a cricket ball with ring suspension. Hallmarked Birmingham 1905. Approximately 2" diameter. VG
Estimate: £300/500
Hammer price: £420
Lot 717:
Lot 717
Victorian cricket vesta case. Attractive silver rounded oblong vesta case with image of a batsman standing before the wicket to centre with stylised foliage decoration, with ring suspension. Approximately 1.25"x1.75". Hallmarked Birmingham 1899. Minor wear and minor dents to verso
Estimate: £250/350
Hammer price: £280
Lot 718:
Lot 718
Vesta case. Unusual Victorian bakelite brown vesta case, modelled as a book, depicting a batsman, and a golfer on the reverse. Approximately 2"x1.5". G. Rare
Estimate: £70/100
Hammer price: unsold
Lot 719:
Lot 719
Yorkshire County Cricket Club. Len Hutton. Ronson cigarette lighter with Yorkshire rose emblem and 'From Len Hutton' engraved to one side, initials 'C.M.M.' to the other. Recipient unknown. Presumably Hutton presented the lighter to a friend or aquaintance, despite extensive research we have not found a first cricketers initials to match those on lighter. A rare personal Hutton item
Estimate: £70/100
Hammer price: unsold
Lot 720:
Lot 720
Surrey County Cricket Club. Ronson cigarette lighter produced to commemorate Surrey's County Championship win in 1956. With Surrey emblem and club name to one side. To the other 'County Champions 1952, 1953, 1954, 1955, 1956. Under Captaincy of Stuart Surridge'. These lighters were presented to the players by Surridge. G/VG
Estimate: £80/120
Hammer price: £80
Lot 721:
Lot 721
'After the Match'. Cricket buckle c1860s. Unusual circular brass coloured metal buckle depicting a cricketer seated on the ground with a bottle and glass to his side. Title embossed to the border. 2" diameter. Not previously seen by the auctioneer. Excellent condition
Estimate: £120/160
Hammer price: unsold
Lot 722:
Lot 722
Silver cricket medals. Ornate medal in the form of a shield, with cricket bats and stumps emblem to front. Engraved to verso 'Presented to J. Young in honour of scoring 61 runs no out, Clay Cross T.C.C. v Grassmoor, 20.9.99'. Approx. 1.5"x1.25". Hallmark for Birmingham 1899 and makers mark 'W.H.H..' for William Hair Haseler of Birmingham. Sold with two other small cricket medallions with cricket motifs, both stamped 'silver' to verso. Qty 3. G/VG
Estimate: £40/60
Hammer price: £55
Lot 723:
Lot 723
Cricket medals. Two commemorative medals in original presentation cases. 'Lord's Cricket Ground 1983 World Cup' in solid bronze. 'M.C.C. Bicentenary 1787-1987' issued by The Tower Mint. Sold with three Don Bradman commemorative coins, one silver $5 coin issued in 2001 in case, a $5 Tribute to Sir Donald Bradman coin, 1996, and a similar coin issued in 1997 as part of a first day cover. Qty 5. G/VG
Estimate: £50/70
Hammer price: £25
Lot 724:
Cricket pin badges 1970s/1980s. Collection of thirty four pin badges, including Australia - England 1877-1977, Ashes Centenary 1880/1980, Cornhill Insurance England v Australia 1981, India/ England/ Pakistan 1982, M.C.C. Bicentenary 1787/1987, Prudential Cup 1979. Also 'Pierre Cardin, Bionic Botham' and a good selection of county emblem badges etc. Sold with a Coalport china plate commemorating Middlesex winning the County Championship in 1980. Limited edition 1500 plates, and a good selection of auction and dealer catalogues etc. Good condition
Estimate: £30/50
Hammer price: £45

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