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Lot 554:
Lot 554
J.H. Dodgson. 'Yorkshire Evening Post' cartoonist 1900/1920's. Original pen and ink cartoon drawing by Dodgson, using his pseudonym 'Kester', and featuring the 'Yorkshire Tyke'. This cartoon is entitled 'Everyone is waiting for Monday's new moon to change the weather' and features Lord Hawke, dressed in robes trimmed with ermine and wearing a crown turning a coin in the air for luck with the new moon in the sky with the 'Yorkshire Tyke'. Handwritten caption in pencil to lower border. The cartoon signed 'Kester'. The cartoon drawn in the summer of 1912, on a folded page measuring approximately 8.25"x10.75". Horizontal fold otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £80/120
Hammer price: £40
The summer of 1912 was the wettest in over 200 years and included the coolest and wettest August on record. The previous year 1911 was one of the warmest on record. It included the driest July over England and Wales in the last 100 years.
Lot 555:
Lot 555
J.H. Dodgson. 'Yorkshire Evening Post' cartoonist 1900/1920's. Original pencil cartoon drawing by Dodgson, using his pseudonym 'Kester', and featuring the 'Yorkshire Tyke'. This cartoon is entitled 'Notts has fallen from 1st position in the Championship Race last Monday to 5th position today' and features Nottinghamshire Captain A.O. Jones having crashed his plane with the 'Yorkshire Tyke', holding an umbrella, looking on and commenting 'Nay Mr Jones, Ahr dew 'ope nowt's 'appened'. In the sky above are the planes marked Surrey 1,Yorkshire 2, Kent 3 and Middlesex 4. Handwritten caption in pencil to lower border. The cartoon un-signed. The cartoon drawn during the 1912 season, on a folded page measuring approximately 10.75"x8.25". Vertical fold, some nicks and tear to left hand border otherwise in good condition. G
Estimate: £70/100
Hammer price: unsold
Nottinghamshire after a good start to the season fell away and finished 8th in the County Championship.
Lot 556:
Lot 556
J.H. Dodgson. 'Yorkshire Evening Post' cartoonist 1900/1920's. Original pencil cartoon drawing by Dodgson, using his pseudonym 'Kester', and featuring the 'Yorkshire Tyke'. This cartoon is entitled 'Hirst made his record of runs into 25,000 today. No-one has previously scored so many runs for the White Rose County' and features George Hirst wearing blazer and Yorkshire dancing along with his bat in the air with the 'Yorkshire Tyke' commenting to side. To the blade is written '25,000 runs'. Handwritten text caption in pencil to lower border. The cartoon signed by Dodgson. The cartoon drawn in the 1909 season when Hirst achieved the total in the match v Northamptonshire in May 1909, he scored 140 and 6 and passed the 25,000 run mark when he reached 33. The page measures approximately 5.5"x8.25". Good condition. G
Estimate: £80/120
Hammer price: £40
Lot 557:
Lot 557
J.H. Dodgson. 'Yorkshire Evening Post' cartoonist 1900/1920's. Original pencil cartoon drawing by Dodgson, using his pseudonym 'Kester', and featuring the 'Yorkshire Tyke'. This cartoon is entitled 'Tarrant, the Australian, whose inclusion in the England team has caused much adverse criticism, performed the hat-trick today' and features Tarrant dressed as a showman in top hat performing tricks with scarves out of a hat with the 'Yorkshire Tyke' commenting to side. Handwritten text caption in pencil to lower border. The cartoon signed by Dodgson. The cartoon drawn in the 1909 season when Tarrant took a hat-trick and carried his bat for Middlesex v Gloucester on the 26th August 1909. The page measures approximately 5.5"x8.25". Good condition. G
Estimate: £70/100
Hammer price: unsold
Lot 558:
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J.H. Dodgson. 'Yorkshire Evening Post' cartoonist 1900/1920's. Original pencil cartoon drawing by Dodgson, using his pseudonym 'Kester', and featuring the 'Yorkshire Tyke'. This cartoon is entitled 'The Rev[erend] F.H. Gillingham, who is now the Rector of Bordesley in Birmingham, has been criticised by some...for giving time to cricket' and features Gillingham walking off the field having batted being criticised by his critics with the 'Yorkshire Tyke' commenting to side. Long handwritten text caption in pencil to lower border. The cartoon signed by Dodgson. The cartoon drawn circa 1908/1912. The page measures approximately 5.75"x8.75". Good condition. G
Estimate: £70/100
Hammer price: unsold
Lot 559:
Lot 559
J.H. Dodgson. 'Yorkshire Evening Post' cartoonist 1900/1920's. Original pencil cartoon drawing by Dodgson, using his pseudonym 'Kester', and featuring the 'Yorkshire Tyke'. This cartoon is entitled 'Barnes in the recent England v Australia, had the unusual experience for him of being unable to take a wicket' and features Sydney Francis Barnes in cricket attire and wearing a cricket cap holding an armful of wickets in his hands with the 'Yorkshire Tyke' commenting to side 'Ah wor gerrin' a bit nervous like about ti' bowling, Barnes, Lad, but i'm glad tha's took notice itnt last Test and done better'. Handwritten text caption in pencil to upper and lower border. The cartoon signed by Dodgson. The cartoon drawn circa 1912. The page measures approximately 5"x8.25". Good condition. G
Estimate: £80/120
Hammer price: unsold
Barnes remained wicketless in the Lord's Test of 1912 against the Australians, but in the remaining Tests of the Season against both Australia and South Africa in the triangular tournament he consistently took wickets
Lot 560:
Lot 560
J.H. Dodgson. 'Yorkshire Evening Post' cartoonist 1900/1920's. Original pencil cartoon drawing by Dodgson, using his pseudonym 'Kester', and featuring the 'Yorkshire Tyke'. This cartoon is entitled 'The Jam Sahib of Nawanagar, plain 'Ranji' as he is best known, is not likely to be seen in this country for some time. He is busy improving the surroundings of his palace' and features Ranji wearing an indian hat with 'Black Keran Jam' to front holding a long handled brush and sweeping the grounds with palm trees to background, the 'Yorkshire Tyke' in Indian dress with turban. Handwritten text caption in pencil to lower border. The cartoon signed 'Kester'. The cartoon probably drawn around 1907 when Ranji became Maharaja Jam Sahib of Nawanagar and was increasingly involved in the administration of his State. The page measures approximately 5"x8.25". Good condition. G
Estimate: £80/120
Hammer price: £40
Lot 561:
Lot 561
J.H. Dodgson. 'Yorkshire Evening Post' cartoonist 1900/1920's. Original pencil cartoon drawing by Dodgson, using his pseudonym 'Kester', and featuring the 'Yorkshire Tyke'. This cartoon is entitled 'Spooner credited himself with his first century in a Test Match' and features Reggie Spooner (Lancashire), dressed in the style of a roman centurion with laurel leaves forming a crown to his head, holding a cricket bat to which is written 'Spooner 119' walking with the English lion who is smoking a cigar, the 'Yorkshire Tyke' looking on. Handwritten text caption in pencil to lower border. The cartoon un-signed. The cartoon drawn in 1912 when Spooner scored his first and only century for England v South Africa at Lord's during the triangular tournament. The page measures approximately 5"x8.25". Good condition. G
Estimate: £80/120
Hammer price: unsold
Lot 562:
Lot 562
J.H. Dodgson. 'Yorkshire Evening Post' cartoonist 1900/1920's. Original pencil cartoon drawing by Dodgson, using his pseudonym 'Kester', and featuring the 'Yorkshire Tyke'. This cartoon is entitled 'The Tyke & Jessop's Big innings' and features Gilbert Jessop, wearing cricket attire and hooped cap, being about to be measured at a tailors 'Figures a la Jessop. Made to Order' the 'Yorkshire Tyke' as the tailor is holding a tape measure with '240' to the tape 'Wonderful Mister Jessop!. This ere 240 is summat like a Test measurement'. Handwritten text caption in pencil to upper and lower border. The cartoon signed by Dodgson. The cartoon drawn in 1907 when Gilbert Jessop made 240 out of 337 in 200 minutes for Gloucestershire v Somerset at Bristol. The page measures approximately 5"x8.25". Good condition. G
Estimate: £80/120
Hammer price: unsold
Lot 563:
Lot 563
'Sporting Sam' cartoon. Original pen and ink cartoon by Reg Wotton published in the Sunday Express, 22nd August 1937. The cartoon depicts steaming hots drinks being carried on to a damp pitch by a person wearing a thick coat and hat, the players shivering on the field on an apparently unseasonably cold and wet August day. 13"x4". Tear to top edge, some creasing, otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £60/90
Hammer price: £75
Lot 564:
Lot 564
Roy Ullyett c1990s. Original pen and ink cartoon depicting two gentlemen in blazers, one holding a newspaper with the headline, 'England fail to save test'. The caption reads 'That's two things that didn't come off. The Test and VAT on heating!' VG
Estimate: £50/80
Hammer price: unsold
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Cricket cartoon 1970. 'Lovely mat wickets, Sir?'. Excellent original pen, ink and water colour cartoon of a stern looking club official standing in the doorway of a County cricket ground, wearing M.C.C. style blazer and tie, being offered a selection of rugs by a Moroccan wearing fez and traditional clothing. Inside the ground can be seen the top of a watch tower and barbed wire. Artist unknown. The cartoon appears to have been published, stamped to verso 'D.M.' (Daily Mail or Daily Mirror?) and dated 23rd April 1970, with an archive reference number 308238 to front. Overall 6.25"x12.5". G
Estimate: £50/80
Hammer price: £60
Lot 566:
Lot 566
Blazer badges and cloth samples. An interesting selection of blazer and cap badges, cloth samples etc, including two raised embroidered England emblems formerly the property of Bob Taylor, Derbyshire & England. Badge samples include for India World Cup 1975, Sri Lanka U.K. tour 1981, Warwickshire C.C.C., Pakistan Official 1979, Hertfordshire C.C.C., Worcestershire C.C.C., Australia Test Umpire 1954-55, West Indies Cricket Development Fund etc. Also an M.C.C. scarf and braid. Some items from M.C.C. with inventory numbers inscribed to verso or attached label. G/VG
Estimate: £50/80
Hammer price: £65
Lot 567:
Lot 567
Harold James Butler. Nottinghamshire & England 1933-1954. Nottinghamshire navy blue cloth cricket cap with raised embroidered emblem of the Nottinghamshire crest to front with 'Notts' below. The cap made by Willis Walker of Keighley and previously sold by Vennett-Smith auctioneers. Name handwritten to inner label (faded and blurred). Minor wear and fading to emblem, odd small moth hole otherwise in good condition. A cap from the best bowler for Nottinghamshire during the period on either side of World War II
Estimate: £100/150
Hammer price: unsold
Butler was a fast medium bowler and hard hitting lower order batsman who played 306 matches for Nottinghamshire during a twenty one year first class career. He took 952 first class wickets at an average of 24.44

The Bob Willis Collection. Each lot sold in this sale from the Willis collection will have with it a copied signed agreement and listing of items confirmed by Willis and dated 20th October 1988 when they were originally sold.
Lot 568:
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Robert George Dylan Willis. Surrey, Warwickshire & England 1969-1984. 'Warwickshire County Champions & Gillette Cup Finalists 1972'. Selection of three gold medallions, two hallmarked, presented to R.G.D. Willis for his and his teams achievements during this momentous season. A gold hallmarked 'County Championship Winners' medal, the obverse with figure of a batsman driving, with inscription to reverse 'Warwickshire County Cricket Club. Champions 1972', another, 'The County Cricket Competition. The Gillette Cup. Runners Up' medallion and a gold hallmarked medallion, the obverse with figure of a batsman at the wicket, with inscription to reverse 'Warwickshire C.C.C. 1972 County Champions & Gillette Cup Finalists. Bob Willis'. It is presumed this third medallion was presented to Willis by the Warwickshire County Cricket Club. All three in original presentation cases. Excellent condition. Sold with a silver plated trophy of three crossed stumps on a black plinth with plate inscribed to front 'Presented by Warwickshire County Cricket Club to R.G.D. Willis to mark his achievement in taking 8 Derbyshire wickets for 44 runs (including the Hat Trick) on September 6th 1972', 6" tall and the actual cricket ball used to take the eight wickets with silver metal plaque 'With this ball R.G.D. Willis in taking 8 wickets for 44 runs dismissed M.H. Page, M.J. Hendrick, and D. Wilde with consecutive balls to complete the hat trick on September 6th 1972' . G Previously sold by Christie's Auctioneers in the October 1988 auction held in South Kensington
Estimate: £250/350
Hammer price: £420
Warwickshire won the County Championship in 1972, playing twenty matches, winning nine, drawing eleven and not losing a match all season. Warwickshire played Lancashire in the Gillette Cup Final of 1972 losing by four wickets. Willis taking 2-29 from twelve overs.

In the match against Derbyshire played at Edgbaston the result was a draw. Willis in Derbyshire's first innings bowled 15.4 overs, four maidens and took eight wickets for 44 runs completing a hat-trick of Page, Hendrick and Wilde. Page was caught having made 125 and Hendrick and Wilde were both bowled
Lot 569:
Lot 569
Robert George Dylan Willis. Surrey, Warwickshire & England 1969-1984. 'Man of the Match' awards 1976, 1979, 1981 and 1983 whilst playing for Warwickshire. Four Benson & Hedges 'Gold Award' metal medallions, presented to Willis having won the 'Man of the Match' award. The medals consist:- Warwickshire v Lancashire, Quarter-Final played at Edgbaston in June 1976, Willis took five wickets for 27 runs off 11 overs, Warwickshire v Derbyshire match played at Edgbaston in May 1979, Willis took four wickets for 38 runs off 11 overs, Warwickshire v Yorkshire match played at Edgbaston in May 1981, Willis taking seven wickets for 32 runs off 10.3 overs and Warwickshire v Derbyshire match played at Edgbaston in 1983, Willis took five wickets for 37 runs off 11 overs. All four in original presentation cases. Very good condition. Previously sold by Christie's Auctioneers in the October 1988 auction held in South Kensington
Estimate: £150/250
Hammer price: £140
Lot 570:
Lot 570
Robert George Dylan Willis. Surrey, Warwickshire & England 1969-1984. Two bronze metal medals presented to Willis whilst playing for England in the 1978 Test series against Pakistan and New Zealand. The medals with relief of ball and stumps and wording 'Cornhill Insurance Test Series. England v Pakistan 1978' and 'England v New Zealand 1978' and both engraved to reverse 'R.G.D. Willis'. In original presentation cases. Some darkening to the New Zealand medal otherwise in good/very good condition Previously sold by Christie's Auctioneers in the October 1988 auction held in South Kensington
Estimate: £120/180
Hammer price: unsold
In the three match Test series against Pakistan, Bob Willis took 13 wickets with a best of 5-47 in the second Test at Lord's and in the three match Test series against New Zealand, Bob Willis took 12 wickets with a best of 5-42 in the first Test at The Oval
Lot 571:
Lot 571
Robert George Dylan Willis. Surrey, Warwickshire & England 1969-1984. Two silver metal medals presented to Willis whilst playing for England in the 1980 and 1984 Test series against the West Indies. The medals with relief of ball and stumps and wording 'Cornhill Insurance Test Series. England v West Indies 1980' and 'England v West Indies 1984' and both engraved to reverse 'R.G.D. Willis'. In original presentation cases. Good/very good condition Previously sold by Christie's Auctioneers in the October 1988 auction held in South Kensington
Estimate: £120/180
Hammer price: £80
In the five match Test series in 1980 against the West Indies, Bob Willis took 14 wickets with a best of 5-65 in the second innings of first Test at Nottingham. He also took 4-82 in the first innings to finish with nine wickets in the match. In the five match Test series in 1984 against the West Indies, Bob Willis, who played in three of the five matches, took 6 wickets
Lot 572:
Lot 572
Robert George Dylan Willis. Surrey, Warwickshire & England 1969-1984. Two silver metal medals presented to Willis whilst playing for England in the 1982 Test series against India and against Pakistan. The medals with relief of ball and stumps and wording 'Cornhill Insurance Test Series. England v Pakistan 1982' and 'England v India 1982' and both engraved to reverse 'R.G.D. Willis'. In original presentation cases. Good/very good condition Previously sold by Christie's Auctioneers in the October 1988 auction held in South Kensington
Estimate: £120/180
Hammer price: £80
In the three match Test series against the Pakistan, Bob Willis, who played in two of the three games, took 10 wickets with a best of 3-55 in the second Test at Leeds and in the three match Test series against India, Bob Willis took 15 wickets with a best of 6-101 in the first Test at Lord's
Lot 573:
Lot 573
Robert George Dylan Willis. Surrey, Warwickshire & England 1969-1984. 'The Prudential Trophy'. Three silver convex medals presented to Willis for One Day International match series against Pakistan 1978, against the West Indies in 1980 and against India in 1982. The medals with relief of cricket ball seam to centre and titles to outer edges. Hallmarked. In original presentation cases. G. Previously sold by Christie's Auctioneers in the October 1988 auction held in South Kensington
Estimate: £100/150
Hammer price: £85
Willis's best figures in these three series of One Day matches was the first one day match against Pakistan at Old Trafford where he took four wickets for fifteen runs from 11 overs
Lot 574:
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Withdrawn
Hammer price: withdrawn
Lot 575:
Lot 575
Robert George Dylan Willis. Surrey, Warwickshire & England 1969-1984. 'Centenary Test Match, Melbourne 1977'. A gold metal medal presented to Bob Willis as a member of the England who played in the Centenary Test at the Melbourne Cricket Ground on the 12th-17th March 1977. To the face, 'Victoria Cricket Association 1877' and to obverse 'This medallion presented by the Victoria Cricket Association to participants in the Centenary Australia v England Test at Melbourne Cricket Ground, March 1977 is engraved with the design of the medal, given by the Victoria Cricket Association to the colonial players in the first Test on the same ground in March 1877'. The medal by K.G. Luke Ltd of Melbourne. In original presentation case. G
Estimate: £200/300
Hammer price: £200
Australia won the Centenary Test by 45 runs, the exact same margin as in the first Test in 1877. Derek Randall was named Man of the match for his second innings of 174 runs for England. Willis took 2-33 in the first innings

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