Cricket Scorecards, F.d.c.'s, Programmes, Magazines Etc

Lot 846:
Lot 846
Derbyshire C.C.C. 1886. Original sepia photograph of the Derbyshire eleven for the match v Australians played at Derby, 7th-8th June 1886. The players are seated and standing in rows wearing cricket attire, with names annotated in ink to the lower border of the photograph. Players are Maynard (Captain), Sugg, Cropper, Coup, Chatterton, Walker, Cochrane, Docker, Eadie, Disney and Davidson. 9.25"x8". A nice image in very good condition
Estimate: £120/160
The Australians beat Derbyshire by six wickets. In Derbyshire's second innings Giffen for the Australians took nine wickets and sixteen overall in the match, bowling unchanged in both innings
Lot 847:
Lot 847
Derbyshire C.C.C. 1898. Original sepia photograph of the Derbyshire players and officials seated in front of the scoreboard at the County Ground, Derby, with the pavilion in the background and spectators looking on. The scoreboard is displaying '645', Derbyshire having just achieved their record highest score in the match against Hampshire, 1st-3rd August 1898. Players include Evershed (Captain), Wright, Storer, Chatterton, F. Davidson, G. Davidson, W. Sugg etc. 11.5"x7.25". The photograph slightly overexposed, but in very good condition
Estimate: £100/150
In the first day's play Derbyshire amassed 477 runs for the loss of four wickets. They were finally dismissed on the second day with the total of 645, including four centurions, Chatterton (142), Wright (134), Davidson (108) and Storer (100). Unable to bowl out Hampshire twice, the match ended in a draw, Quinton ending 101no in Hampshire's second innings following on. 645 remained Derbyshire's highest total until 2007 when they reached 801/8 declared against Somerset
Lot 848:
Lot 848
Kenneth Iltyd Nicholl. Middlesex 1904. Original sepia carte de visite photograph of Nicholl head and shoulders in cameo, wearing cricket attire and cap. Photographer unknown. 2.5"x3.75". Gilt to card edges. Tape reinforcement to verso otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £30/40
Lot 849:
Lot 849
Patsy and Denis Hendren. Middlesex c1910s. Mono postcard comprising two printed photographs side by side of the Hendren brothers. Signed in ink to the images by both. Publisher unknown. Minor wear and ageing
Estimate: £40/60
Lot 850:
Lot 850
Patsy and Denis Hendren. Middlesex c1920s. Original sepia press photograph of Patsy Hendren, head and shoulders wearing a Middlesex cap. Date stamped to verso 1st April 1925. 4.5"x6.5". Sold with a signature in ink on piece of Hendren. Also a sepia candid photograph of Denis Hendren full length in cricket attire, signed in ink to the photograph by Denis. 2.25"x3.25". G/VG
Estimate: £30/50
Lot 851:
Lot 851
Frederick John 'Jack' Durston. Middlesex 1919-1933. Original mono press photograph of Durston in bowling action. Signed in ink to the photograph by Durston. 3.5"x5.5". Sold with an original mono photograph of Gregor MacGregor (Middlesex, Cambridge University & England 1892-1907) in wicketkeeping pose, the photograph by Hawkins of Brighton. 4"x5.5", and a further mono postcard of MacGregor. Qty 3. G/VG
Estimate: £30/50
Lot 852:
Lot 852
Kent C.C.C. Amateurs 1903. Excellent original mono photograph of eight Kent amateurs seated and standing in rows all wearing suits. Players are E.W. Dillon, R.N.R. Blaker, K.L. Hutchings, S.H. Day, C.J. Burnup, C.H.B. Marsham, F. Marchant and J.R. Mason. 11"x8.5". Photographer unknown. Light creasing, adhesive damage to verso, otherwise in good/ very good condition
Estimate: £80/120
Lot 853:
Lot 853
Kent C.C.C. 1927. Original mono photograph of the Kent team seated and standing in rows in cricket attire and caps, with pavilion and spectators in the background. Players featured are Evans (Captain), Ames, Beslee, Wright, Collins, Todd, Ashdown, Freeman, Hardinge, Hilder, Legge and Woolley. Photograph appears to be by A. Wilkes of West Bromwich. 13.5"x9", laid to board. Slight wear to photograph edges, otherwise in good/ very good condition
Estimate: £50/70
Lot 854:
Lot 854
Matthew Peter Maynard. Glamorgan & England 1985-2005. Excellent mounted display of the 'Gunn & Moore Autograph' bat that Matthew Maynard used to make his maiden century, 102, against Yorkshire in 1985 and the Gray Nichols bat he used to score his record breaking 53rd century, 114, against Leicester in June 2014. Metal plaques attached to each bat with details. Very attractively mounted with fully detailed listing of all centuries scored by Maynard framed and glazed. Overall approx 25"x43". VG
Estimate: £300/500
Matthew Maynard played for and captained Glamorgan throughout his career, he played 395 first class matches scoring nearly 25,000 runs at an average of 42.53 with a top score of 243. He played four times for England at Test level and fourteen one day internationals. He is the county's record century-maker with 53 centuries and was the youngest ever Glamorgan player to score 1000 runs. He scored a century on debut in August 1985, 102 against Yorkshire. He toured the West Indies with the M.C.C. in 1994, making one appearance at Kingston. He was named a Wisden Cricketer of the Year in 1998.
Lot 855:
Lot 855
Matthew Peter Maynard. Glamorgan & England 1985-2005. Excellent mounted display of Matthew Maynard's England Test Cap, England touring cap and England 'One Day International' cricket cap. The navy blue Test cap with emblem of the three lions and crown of England, the touring cap with the St. George and Dragon emblem and the One Day International cap with single white lion emblem of England. Maynard's initials 'M.M.' to inner label. Very attractively mounted, framed and glazed. Overall approx 42.5"x16.5". Sold with a presentation copy of 'On the Attack', Maynard's autobiography 2001 signed by Maynard and with inscription to Paul Russell, former Chairman of Glamorgan County Cricket Club 'To Paul, Many thanks for all your help, encouragement and most of all your friendship over the last decade or so. You're the top man!' VG
Estimate: £300/500
Lot 856:
Lot 856
Derbyshire 1st XI navy blue cloth cricket cap. The cap with embroidered Derbyshire emblem of the golden tudor rose and crown to front. Ownership unknown. VG
Estimate: £50/80
Lot 857:
Lot 857
Durham 1st XI navy blue cloth cricket cap. The cap by Michael of Chatham with embroidered Durham emblem to the front. Ownership unknown. VG
Estimate: £50/80
Lot 858:
Lot 858
Essex 1st XI navy blue cloth cricket cap. The cap with attached wired Essex emblem of the three seaxes. Ownership unknown. Handwritten to label is the name 'Dust' (?). Minor wear to rim of peak, otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £50/80
Lot 859:
Lot 859
Kent 1st XI navy blue cloth cricket cap. The cap with embroidered 'white horse rampant' county emblem to front. Ownership unknown. VG
Estimate: £50/80
Lot 860:
Lot 860
Gloucestershire navy blue county 1st XI cricket cap with county emblem embroidered/wired to front. Player unknown. G/VG
Estimate: £50/80
Lot 861:
Lot 861
Peter Martin. Lancashire & England 1989-2004. Lancashire 2nd XI navy blue cloth cricket cap worn by Martin during his playing career. The cap with Lancashire emblem of the red rose bud to front and his name 'P.J. Martin' to inner label. Previously sold in the Peter Martin Benefit auction of September 2002. G/VG
Estimate: £40/60
Lot 862:
Lot 862
Peter Martin. Lancashire & England 1989-2004. Lancashire 1st XI navy blue cloth cricket cap worn by Martin during his playing career. The cap with Lancashire emblem of the red rose to front and signed by Martin to inner label. Previously sold in the Peter Martin Benefit auction of September 2002. G/VG
Estimate: £70/100
Lot 863:
Lot 863
Vince Wells. Leicestershire 1992-2002. Leicestershire 1st XI green cloth cap, with Leicestershire emblem of the running fox in gold to front. Worn by Wells during his Leicestershire career. Previously sold by Knights in the 1990's. VG
Estimate: £60/90
Lot 864:
Lot 864
Peter Such. Leicestershire 2nd XI green cloth cap by Foster of London. With Leicestershire emblem of the red running fox. Worn by Such whilst playing for Leicestershire. Previously sold by Knights in the 1990's. VG
Estimate: £30/50
Lot 865:
Lot 865
Northamptonshire maroon cloth 1st XI cricket cap with club emblem to front. Ownership unknown. Very good condition. Previously sold by Knights in 2002. VG
Estimate: £50/80
Lot 866:
Lot 866
Nottinghamshire navy blue cloth 1st XI cap with embroidered Nottinghamshire emblem to front. Name inscribed to label, but now illegible. Player worn with staining and wear to inside but unknown
Estimate: £50/80
Lot 867:
Lot 867
Somerset navy blue county 1st XI cricket cap with county emblem to front. Cap by Dege of Savile Row. Ownership unknown. Good condition. Previously sold by Knights in 2001
Estimate: £50/80
Lot 868:
Lot 868
Sussex navy blue county 1st XI cricket cap with county emblem to front. Cap by Albion C&D of Australia. Ownership unknown. Very good condition
Estimate: £50/80
Lot 869:
Lot 869
Neil Smith. Warwickshire 1987-2004. Warwickshire 1st XI navy blue cloth cap, by Foster of London', with club emblem of the bear and ragged staff in silver to front. Worn by Smith during his playing career. Previously sold in the Peter Martin Benefit auction of September 2002. G
Estimate: £70/100
Lot 870:
Lot 870
Worcestershire 1st XI green cloth cricket cap. The cap by Foster of London with embroidered three black pears on shield county emblem to front. Ownership unknown. VG
Estimate: £50/80
Lot 871:
Lot 871
Oxford University Cricket Club. Navy blue cap with embroidered raised emblem of entwined initials 'O.U.C.C.' to front. Maker and owner unknown. Slight fading to cap peak, otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £60/90
Lot 872:
Lot 872
Derrick Robins XI navy blue cloth cricket cap with embroidered emblem with 'D.H.R. XI' below to front. 'Razor' handwritten to inner label. Player unknown. Minor wear and slight fading otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £50/70
Lot 873:
Lot 873
Christopher Lance Cairns. Northern Districts, Canterbury, Nottinghamshire & New Zealand 1988-2006. New Zealand black cloth Test cap, by Albion C&D of Australia, with embroidered 'silver fern' emblem of New Zealand to cap. The cap has 'Cairns' to inside name label and is signed to the label and dated 10th March 1992 (this was during the 1992 Benson & Hedges World Cup played in Australia & New Zealand. Good/very good condition
Estimate: £180/250
All-rounder Chris Cairns played in sixty two Tests for New Zealand taking 218 Test wickets at 29.4 and scored over 3,300 Test runs at an average of 33.53 and was named as one of five Wisden Cricketers of the Year in 1990
Lot 874:
Lot 874
Neil Harvey Fairbrother. Lancashire, Transvaal & England 1982-2002. England navy blue wool Test cap with embroidered emblem of crown over three lions. Signed inside to the label by Fairbrother. Previously sold in the Peter Marron Testimonial auction of 14th September 2006 as lot 38. Very good condition
Estimate: £150/250
Neil Fairbrother played in ten Test matches for England, 1987-1993. Peter Marron was Head Groundsman at Old Trafford for 25 years until 2008
Lot 875:
Lot 875
Michael Henry Denness. Kent, Essex, England and Scotland 1962-1980. M.C.C. tour of Australia and New Zealand 1974/75. Official M.C.C. navy blue touring blazer with embroidered M.C.C. emblem in white of St George & Dragon of England and below in scroll 'Australia & New Zealand 1974-1975' to breast pocket worn by Mike Denness on the tour. The blazer by Simpson of Piccadilly. Good/very good condition
Estimate: £180/250
For the first time in several years, the captaincy remained unchanged for successive major tours. The tour selection was criticised, too many fast bowlers and not enough batsman, the selection of Denness as captain and the non selection of Jon Snow. In addition Boycott withdrew stating he was not fit enough mentally to return to Test cricket. Not good omens for the tour and it proved to be the case. England were destroyed by Lillee and Thomson and lost the series 4-0 with one Test drawn. Denness stood down from the captaincy and from playing due to lack of form just prior to the start of the fourth Test and John Edrich took over for this match. Denness returned to the captaincy in the firth Test which was lost but against all the odds in the sixth Test, England beat Australia by an innings and four runs with Denness scoring 188 Note. The blazer for the 1974/75 tour did not have trimming to pockets, sleeves and blazer edging in M.C.C. colours
Lot 876:
Darren Gough. Yorkshire 2nd XI long sleeved sweater, by Luke Ayres, with Yorkshire emblem of a single white rose bud and trimming in blue band at neck and waist. Very good condition. Previously sold as part of the Darren Gough Collection sold by Knights in 2002
Estimate: £40/60
Lot 877:
Lot 877
Nicholas Grant Billson 'Nick' Cook. Leicestershire, Northamptonshire & England 1978-1994. A pair of Northamptonshire first team white sweaters, one long sleeve, the other short sleeve issued to Cook. The woollen sweaters with Northamptonshire colours in maroon and gold to neck and waist, with rose emblem and 'Dr Marten' sponsor's logo to chest. Both sweaters with initials 'M.G.B.C.' to handwritten to label. Sold with twelve County, club, testimonial etc ties from Cook's collection. VG
Estimate: £40/60
Lot 878:
Lot 878
Devon Malcolm. Long sleeve Derbyshire Sunday League pale blue sweater with yellow and white edging. 'Malcom' and AXA sponsor's logo to back. Worn by Malcolm in the 1999 season. G/VG
Estimate: £25/35
Lot 879:
Lot 879
Mike Gatting. White sleeveless Middlesex First XI wool sweater. Middlesex emblem and 'Panasonic' sponsor's logo to chest. 'Gatt' handwritten to label. VG
Estimate: £40/60

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