A Collection Of Cricket Games

Lot 288:
Lot 288
England v Australia 1926. Official silk scorecard for the 5th and final Test match played at The Oval August 14-18th 1926. England won the Test by 289 runs. For England, Sutcliffe made 76 & 161, Hobbs 100, Larwood and Rhodes each with 6 wickets in the match etc. For Australia, Gregory made 73, Collins 61 and Mailey took 9 wickets in the match. Mounted, framed and glazed overall 9.5"x13". VG
Estimate: £60/90
Hammer price: £120
England won the Test series and the 'Ashes' 1-0
Lot 289:
Lot 289
Nottinghamshire v Kent 1931. Official silk scorecard for the County Championship match played at Trent Bridge 20th-23rd June 1931. Nottinghamshire won the match by 306 runs. For Nottinghamshire, Larwood took nine wickets for forty seven runs in Kent's first innings, his career best bowling figures, finishing with 11-69 in the match. For Kent, Freeman took nine wickets in the match. Printed on the ground by C.H. Richards of Nottingham. Mounted, framed and glazed overall 11.25"x13.25". VG
Estimate: £100/150
Hammer price: unsold
Lot 290:
Lot 290
'Young Amateurs v Young Professionals' 1933 and 1934. Two official silk scorecards for the matches played at Lord's 11th-12th August 1933 and 10th-11th August 1934. In the drawn 1933 match, for the Young Amateurs Eadon had match bowling figures of 13-150. In the 1934 match, which the Young Professionals won by 88 runs, Putner scored 126 in their second innings. Crudely framed 9"x11" and 6.75"x11" respectively. The scorecards in good condition
Estimate: £70/100
Hammer price: unsold
Wilfred Myles Eadon played only one first-class match, for Oxford University in 1934. Frank William Putner played eleven first-class matches for Middlesex 1933-1934
Lot 291:
Lot 291
England v Australia 1934. 'Verity's match'. Official silk scorecard for the 2nd Test match played at Lord's June 22-25th 1934. England won the Test by an innings and 38 runs. For England Ames made 120, Leyland 109, Verity took 15 wickets in the match. For Australia Brown made 105 and Wall took 4-108 in England's only innings. Crudely framed 9"x11". Slight staining to scorecard. otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £70/100
Hammer price: £60
Lot 292:
Lot 292
'England v Australia 1938'. 'Hutton's Match'. Original and scarce silk scorecard for the fifth Test match played at the Kennington Oval on the 20th to 24th August 1938. Fully printed match details. The scorecard printed on the Ground by Surrey C.C.C. Printing Department. Unusually to the lower border of the scorecard are the 'Scores from other Grounds' giving a listing of scores from the other seven matches being played on the 20th August. The scorecard mounted on board. Slight creasing otherwise in good condition. A rare commemorative scorecard in this silk form
Estimate: £70/100
Hammer price: £60
The England team had scored a world record score of 903-7 declared and beat the Australians by an innings and 579 runs. Hutton scored, a then, world record score of 364, Leyland 187, Hardstaff 169no. Australia made 201 and 123 all out, England winning the Test by an innings and 579 runs. Bowes taking seven wickets in the match
Lot 293:
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England v Australia 1953. Official silk scorecard produced to commemorate the 5th Test match played at the Oval in August 1953. England won the Test by 8 wickets. For England, Hutton made 82, Bailey 64 etc. Lock took 5-45, Laker 4-75 and Trueman 4-86. For Australia Lindwall made 62, Hassett 53 and Lindwall took 4-70, Johnston 3-94. England won the series 1-0 with all the other four Tests being drawn. Loosely mounted. Small stain, otherwise in good condition. Sold with an official silk scorecard for England v Australia (20th match), Lord's 20th-25th June 1968 in good condition. Qty 2
Estimate: £80/120
Hammer price: unsold
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Cricket brochures 1890s-1980. Excellent collection of over forty cricket and other sports equipment catalogues, magazines etc. Catalogues include J. Butterworth, London, c1894. Benetfink & Co. London 1899 and 1901. S.M. Wainwright, Leeds 1914. John Wisden & Co. London 1922. E.E. Beeton & Co. London 1931, N.S.W. Sports Store, Sydney 1932/33. Jack Sharp, Liverpool 1934. Hartleys Sports Stores, Victoria 1934. Prosser's Sports Goods, London 1937. John Glover Nicol, Worcester 1937. Gunn & Moore, Nottingham 1937 & 1938. Wm. Sykes, Horbury, 1938/39, 1939, 1939/40 & 1941 etc. Some faults, generally good condition
Estimate: £100/150
Hammer price: £140
Lot 295:
Cricket ephemera. Two boxes of mainly modern cricket souvenirs and memorabilia including cassette audio books, playing cards, tins, preserves, 'Headliners' collectable figures, cricket thermos flask etc. Sold with a box of 'The Cricketer' magazines 1940s-1980s, and unopened original box of Stowells Cider, and a box of cricket videos. Five boxes in total. G
Estimate: £50/80
Hammer price: £20
Lot 296:
Benefit brochures 1950s onwards. Two boxes containing a large collection of Benefit & Testimonial brochures, the majority signed. Signed brochures include Arthur Wellard, Somerset 1951, Maurice Hallam, Leicestershire 1962, Tommy Greehough, Lancashire 1964, Geoff Pullar, Lancashire 1967, Don Bates, Sussex 1968, John Edrich, Surrey 1975, Barry Wood, Lancashire 1979 etc. G
Estimate: £70/100
Hammer price: £180
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Stamps and first day covers. Large red stamp album comprising a good selection of cricket stamps and commemorative covers, some signed. Signed issues include 'Australian Champions. Ausipex 1984' signed by Greg Chappell, Rod Marsh and Dennis Lillee. A Barbados Independence 1966 first day of issue postcard signed by Garry Sobers. Two first day covers for 'Australian Bicentennial 1788-1988' issued in Tonga. Adelaide Oval Centenary Test 1884-1984. A 'Strand Strike Service' cover issued in Victoria, 10th December 1981. A pair of stamps issued in Tuvalu featuring Brian Close, overprinted 'Specimen' etc. G
Estimate: £40/60
Hammer price: £48

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