Cricket Ceramics & Metalware

Lot 555:
Lot 555 Lot 555
Essex C.C.C. 1980s/1990s. A good selection of approx. eighty mono and colour original press photographs of Essex players in match action, presentations, official Club photographs/ portraits, team photographs etc. Includes twenty three mono player portraits of the 1990 playing staff and eighteen colour of the 1991 players including Knight, Pritchard, Foster, Stephenson, Pringle, Such, Childs, Hussain, Ilott, Waugh, Fraser etc. Others include Graham Gooch, Neil Foster (11), Ted Dexter, Keith Fletcher (12) etc. Photographers/ agencies include Alan Cozzi, Mark Leech, Steve Lindsell, Universal Pictorial Press, Sporting Pictures, Fleet Fotos etc. Various sizes, 10"x8" and smaller. VG
Estimate: £30/40
Lot 556:
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Millfield School, Somerset. Four official school photographs of the Cricket First XI for seasons 1977, 1978 and 1979, and the 'Cricket Foals' 1975. Teams feature Nigel Felton and Paul Terry who went on to play County cricket for Somerset. Owner's name in pencil of '[J.N.H.] Arnold] to verso of all four photographs. The photographs by Eric Purchase of Wells, each laid to official photographer's mount, overall 12"x10". Sold with two school cricket team photographs for 'The Leas' (Hoylake), probably 1970s. Odd faults, generally good condition. Qty 6
Estimate: £25/35
Lot 557:
Lot 557
England v Australia press photographs 1975-1981. A selection of original mono press photographs of Ashes Test, one day international and tour matches between England and Australia. Matches covered include First Test, Edgbaston 1975 (Qty 3), M.C.C. v Australians, Lord's 1977, Fourth Test, Sydney 1978/79 (4), Centenary Test, Lord's 1980 (2), one day international, Edgbaston 1981 etc. Players features include Boycott, Brearley, Gooch, Old, Botham, Greig (England), Hughes, Yallop, Walters, G. Chappell (Australia) etc. Also a good image of Alan Knott taking a diving catch at the wicket to dismiss Sardesai of India at The Oval in 1971. Qty 13. VG
Estimate: £30/50
Lot 558:
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'Sir Richard Hadlee. First bowler to capture 400 test wickets'. Mono photograph of Hadlee claiming his 400th wicket, Sanjay Manrejkar, India, who was bowled for four. The photograph features Hadlee, the batsmen Manrejkar and Woorkeri Raman, wicket keeper and slip, Ian Smith and Mark Greatbatch and Umpire Steve Woodwood. Signed by all six. The photograph mounted with title to top and signed by Hadlee to lower border panel. Framed and glazed overall 14.25"x17.75". Sold with a further Hadlee framed item commemorating his 400th Test wicket, again signed by Hadlee. Framed and glazed, overall 16.5"x22". Qty 2. G/VG
Estimate: £40/60
Lot 558a:
Lot 558a
England tour to India & Australia 1984/85. Official colour photograph of the England team seated and standing in rows wearing tour blazers. Printed title and players' names to the mount borders. Signed to the mount by all twenty members of the touring party. Players' signatures include Gower (Captain), Gatting, Edmonds, Allott, Pocock, Lamb, Fowler, Marks, Downton, Moxon, Ellison, Cowans, French etc. Framed, overall 20"x17". G
Estimate: £50/70
Lot 559:
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Kent v Gloucestershire 1904. Early official scorecard issued at the start of play for the match played at the Angel Ground, Tonbridge, 23rd-25th June 1904. Advertising to verso. Vertical fold, otherwise in very good condition
Estimate: £40/60
Kent won by nine wickets. Top scorer was Alec Hearne who carried his bat for 90no in Kent's first innings with George Dennett taking 7-95 for Gloucestershire. Jack Hubble made his first-class debut for Kent in this match
Lot 560:
Lot 560
Middlesex C.C.C. scorecards 1913-1939. A good selection of official 'home' scorecards for matches played at Lord's, the majority with handwritten scores. Notable matches and performances include v Nottinghamshire 1914 (J.W. Hearne 104, Lee 139, Hendren 133no), v South Africans 1935, v Sussex 1938 (W.F. Price's benefit), v Sussex (Hendren 112), v Surrey (G. Hart & J. Hulme's benefit, Edrich 110) etc. Qty 12. Odd faults, overall in good condition
Estimate: £50/80
Lot 561:
Lot 561
Surrey C.C.C. scorecards 1921-1939. A good selection of official 'home' scorecards for matches played at Kennington Oval, all with partly printed and/ or handwritten scores. Notable matches and performances include v Nottinghamshire 1921 (Sandham 127), v Oxford University 1924 (Jardine 105), v Kent 1935 (A. Sandham's benefit) etc. Qty 10. Some faults, overall in good condition
Estimate: £40/60
Lot 562:
Lot 562
Surrey v West Indies 1939. Official commemorative scorecard for the tour match played at Kennington Oval, 26th-28th July 1939, with raised silver Prince of Wales feather emblem to top and chocolate brown borders. The scorecard, showing the fall of the first wicket at 19-1 (Stollmeyer c Dickinson, b Gover 6), is nicely signed in ink by Alf Gover. VG
Estimate: £30/50
The West Indians won by seven wickets. Top scorers in the match were Weekes (146) and Headley (93) in the West Indians' first innings. The tour was curtailed due to the outbreak of war
Lot 563:
Lot 563
Lancashire C.C.C. scorecards 1927-1939. A selection of official 'home' scorecards, the majority for matches played at Old Trafford, all with partly printed and/ or handwritten scores. Notable matches and performances include v Kent 1927 (E. Tyldesley 135), v Nottinghamshire (Iddon 200no), v Australians 1938, v West Indies 1939 (played at Aigburth Road, Liverpool), v Kent 1939 (Phillipson 12 wickets in the match) etc. Qty 8. Some faults, overall in good condition
Estimate: £40/60
Lot 564:
Lot 564
Yorkshire C.C.C. scorecards 1935-1938. Six official scorecards for matches played at Scarborough and Bramall Lane, Sheffield. Scarborough Festival matches are Yorkshire v M.C.C. & Ground 1935 and 1938, and H.D. Leveson Gower's XI v M.C.C. Team for Australia 1936 and v New Zealand 1937. Bramall Lane matches are Yorkshire v Somerset 1936 and v Derbyshire 1938. Sold with official scorecards for Northumberland v Yorkshire II, Jesmond 1937, and Oxford University v Yorkshire, The Parks, Oxford 1938 with official 'O.U.C.C. Chair Ticket'. Printed and handwritten scores. Odd faults, overall in good condition. Qty 8
Estimate: £50/70
Lot 565:
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Somerset C.C.C. scorecards 1914 and 1932. Two official scorecards including a rarely seen card for Somerset v All India, Weston-super-Mare, 10th-12th August 1932, which the Indians won by 163 runs (Nayudu 130no in India's second innings). Also Essex v Somerset, Leyton, 20th-22nd July 1914. Essex won by nine wickets (Hylton Stewart 110 for Essex in their first innings). Both scorecards with complete printed and handwritten scores. Adhesive marks to the verso of the 1914 scorecard, otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £30/50
Lot 566:
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Worcestershire C.C.C. scorecards 1921 and 1922. Two official scorecards for Hampshire v Worcestershire, Dean Park, Bournemouth, 10th-12th August 1921 (Hampshire won by an innings and 82 runs), and Worcestershire v Warwickshire, Amblecote, 10th-13th June 1922 (Warwickshire won by 223 runs). Both scorecards with incomplete printed and/or handwritten scores. Fold to the 1922 card, otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £30/40
Lot 567:
Lot 567
Sussex C.C.C. scorecards 1919-1939. Nine official scorecards for Sussex 'home' matches. Scorecards for matches played at Hove are Sussex v Yorkshire 1919, 1920, 1932 and 1939 v West Indies 1928, also President's XI v Captain's XI 1939. Others are Sussex v Gloucestershire 1924 and v Warwickshire 1925, both at Eastbourne, and v Kent 1936 at Hastings. Incomplete printed and/or handwritten scores. Odd minor faults, otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £50/70
Lot 568:
Lot 568
Nottinghamshire C.C.C. 1926. Official scorecard for Nottinghamshire v Middlesex, Trent Bridge, 21st-24th August 1926, sold with a page laid to album page comprising twelve nice ink signatures of members of the 1926 Nottinghamshire team. Signatures are Carr (Captain), J. Gunn, Barratt, Richmond, S. Staples, Larwood, Lilley, Whysall, G. Gunn, Walker, Payton and A. Staples. Sold with an official folding scorecard for Nottinghamshire v Yorkshire, Trent Bridge, 17th-20th June 1939. Both scorecards with printed and handwritten scores. Odd faults, otherwise in good condition. Qty 3
Estimate: £40/60
Lot 569:
Lot 569
Kent v Lancashire 1929. Official scorecard for the match played at Mote Park, Maidstone on the 24th-26th July 1929. Despite Tich Freeman taking all ten wickets in Lancashire's first innings, Lancashire won the match by 189 runs. Freeman's figures were 42 overs, 9 maidens, 10 wickets for 131. Part handwritten annotation. Light horizontal fold, otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £70/100
Freeman achieved his best innings bowling analysis, so far in his career, in first-class matches in this match
Lot 570:
Lot 570
Gentlemen v Players 1920-1939. Official scorecard for the Gentlemen v Players match played at Lord's, 5th-7th July 1939, Player won by 160 runs. Sold with a small album page nicely signed in ink by the eleven members of the Players team for the match. Signatures are Bowes, Paynter, Hardstaff, Price, Pope, Dollery, Compton, Wright, Gimblett, Copson and Hutton. Sold with a further three official scorecards for Gentlemen v Players matches played at Kennington Oval June 1920, and Lord's, July 1929 and July 1934. Printed and handwritten scores. Qty 5. G/VG
Estimate: £40/60
Lot 571:
Lot 571 Lot 571
Kent C.C.C. 1921-1933. Alfred Percy 'Tich' Freeman. Kent & England 1914-1936. Seasons 1932 and 1933. Two official scorecards illustrating the extraordinary bowling feats of Freeman in which he took ten wickets or more in a match. Kent v Yorkshire, Tonbridge 1932 (11 wickets in the match), and Kent v Lancashire, Tonbridge 1933 (13 wickets). Sold with a further three official Kent related scorecards, Kent v Surrey, Blackheath 1921, Kent v Somerset, Tonbridge 1926, and F.E. Woolley's County XI v XV of Tunbridge Wells & District, Tunbridge Wells, 23rd April 1927 Printed and handwritten details, some folds otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £50/80
Lot 572:
Lot 572 Lot 572
Warwickshire and Derbyshire 1925-1939. Four official scorecards. Warwickshire v Leicestershire, Coventry 1925, Yorkshire v Warwickshire, Bramall Lane, Sheffield 1930, Warwickshire v West Indies, Edgbaston 1939, and Essex v Derbyshire, Chelmsford 1937. Handwritten and printed scores, some folds and other odd faults, otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £30/40
Lot 573:
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Varsity and schools cricket 1900-1938. Seven official scorecards for Oxford University v Cambridge University matches played at Lord's in seasons 1900, 1912, 1929-1931, 1935 and 1938. Also M.C.C. v Oxford University, Lord's 1931, Cambridge University v Nottinghamshire, Fenner's 1934, v Essex, Fenner's 1938, and three official scorecards for Eton v Harrow matches played at Lord's in 1924, 1935 and 1938. Also an original ticket to the Lord's members' enclosure for the Eton v Harrow match of 1926. Printed and handwritten scores, some light folds, otherwise in good condition. Qty 14
Estimate: £50/70
Lot 574:
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South west county scorecards 1926-1939. Seven official scorecards for the period. Matches are Gloucestershire v Northamptonshire, Bristol 1926, v Middlesex, Clifton College 1932, v Derbyshire, Bristol 1936, v Derbyshire, Cheltenham College 1939, Derbyshire v Somerset, Derby 1932, Oxford University v Glamorgan, The Parks, Oxford 1938, and Glamorgan v Surrey, Swansea 1939. Printed and handwritten scores. Good condition
Estimate: £40/60
Lot 575:
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England Test scorecards 1926-1938. Four official scorecards for Test matches v Australia 1926 (Bardsley 193) and 1935 (Hammond 240, Brown 206), v South Africa 1929 (Sutcliffe 109) and 1938. Also M.C.C. v Australians, Lord's 1934 (Hendren 135). Handwritten and printed scores, some folds and odd faults. Qty 5
Estimate: £30/40
Lot 576:
Lot 576
Wartime cricket at Lord's 1940-1945. A good selection of nineteen official scorecards for matches played at Lord's. Matches are British Empire XI v London Counties XI 1940, Royal Air Force v London Fire Service 1940, London Counties v British Empire XI 1941, Eton Ramblers v Forty Club 1942, St Pancras C.D.S. v Hampstead C.D.S. 1942, The Army v Metropolitan Police 1942, Middlesex & Essex v Kent & Surrey 1942, A Lord's XI v Surrey Colts 1942, Hampstead C.D.S. v St Pancras C.D.S. 1943, Oxford v Cambridge 1943, England v The Dominions 1943, Australia v The Rest 1944, A Lord's XI v West of England XI 1944, Army v Royal Air Force 1944, England v Australia 1944, England v Dominions 1944, Navy v Army 1944, R.A.A.F. v South of England 1945, and England v Australia 1945. Printed and handwritten scores, odd faults, overall in good condition
Estimate: £50/80
Lot 577:
Lot 577
Wartime scorecards 1941-1945. Nine official scorecards for wartime matches. Scorecards are Somerset v Gloucestershire, Taunton 1941, Winchmore Hill v British Empire XI, Winchmore Hill 1943, T.E. Burrow's XI v J. Parr's XI, Chorlton-cum-Hardy 1944, North of England v R.A.A.F., Old Trafford 1944, Daily Dispatch War Fund XI v England XI, Old Trafford 1945, Kenton v British Empire XI, Kenton 1945, British Army v British Empire, Southend-on-Sea 1945, Winchmore Hill v British Empire, Winchmore Hill 1945. Includes a scorecard for Bengal Governor's XI v Services XI, Calcutta, 16th-18th December 1944. Printed and handwritten scores, some folds and wear, overall in good condition
Estimate: £50/80
Lot 578:
Lot 578
Glamorgan v New Zealand 1949. Official scorecard for the match played at St. Helen's, Swansea, 30th July- 2nd August 1949. The scorecard, printed at the start of play, nicely signed by ten members of the Glamorgan team, fourteen members of the New Zealand touring party, and five others. Twenty nine signatures in total. New Zealand signatures include Hadlee (Captain), Reid, Cresswell, Wallace, Mooney, Rabone, Donnelly, Sutcliffe etc. Glamorgan signatures include Wooller (Captain), Parkhouse, D.E. Davies, Montgomery, Trick, H.G. Davies, Trick etc. Light folds, otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £30/50
The match was drawn. Wallace top scored with 169no in New Zealand's only innings, Cresswell taking six wickets for twenty one runs in Glamorgan's only innings
Lot 579:
Lot 579
Luton Town C.C. v Middlesex 1953. Syd Brown's Benefit Match. Official scorecard for the match played at Wardown Park, Luton, 24th May 1953. The scorecard with handwritten scores, is nicely signed in ink to verso by ten members of the Middlesex team. Signatures are Warr, Brown, D. Compton, Sharp, Robertson, L. Compton, Young, Bennett, Routledge and Moss, also signed by the umpire, Frank Chester. The result of the match is not known. Light horizontal fold, otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £30/40
Lot 580:
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South Africa. Queenstown Cricket Union Centenary Match 1865-1965. Goddard's XI v Maclean's XI. Official scorecard and two tickets for the match played at Victoria Recreation Grounds, Queenstown, South Africa, 25th-26th September 1965. Handwritten scores in ink with other annotations and signatures of non-players. Slight splitting to fold, otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £20/30
Lot 581:
Lot 581
Australia tour to England 1948. Five official scorecards for tour and Test matches from the 1948 tour. Matches are v Oxford University, Christ Church Cricket Ground, Oxford, 19th-21st May, v Middlesex, Lord's, 17th-20th July, and v Somerset, Taunton, 28th-31st August. Test match scorecards are for England v Australia, Lord's 24th-29th June, and Headingley 22nd-27th July. Also two official tickets for the third day of the Lord's Tests in 1948 and 1953, both with loss to one corner, the 1953 ticket laid down to white sheet. Handwritten and printed scores to the majority of scorecards. Some wear and ageing, overall in good condition
Estimate: £30/50
Lot 582:
Lot 582
Test, County, benefit matches and friendlies scorecards 1945-1950. A good selection of approx. ninety official scorecards for the period. Test match scorecards include England v India, Lord's and Old Trafford 1946, v South Africa, Trent Bridge, Lord's and The Oval 1947, v New Zealand, Lord's and The Oval 1949, v West Indies, Old Trafford and Lord's 1950. Tour matches include Lancashire v All India, Old Trafford 1946. H.D.G. Leveson Gower's XI v India, Scarborough 1946. Yorkshire v South Africans, Bramall Lane 1947. M.C.C. v New Zealanders, Lord's 1949. Northumberland v West Indies, Jesmond 1950 etc. Benefits for Jim Sims (Middlesex) 1946 and 1947, Cyril Washbrook (Lancashire) 1948, Peter Jackson (Worcestershire) 1948, Richard Howorth (Worcestershire) 1949, Eddie Watts (Surrey, three different) 1949, Denis Compton (Middlesex) 1949, Laurie Fishlock (Surrey, two different) 1950 etc. Friendlies include Old England v Surrey, Kennington Oval 1946. Royal Navy v The Army, Lord's 1046. Winchmore Hill C.C. v Middlesex County XI 1948. Surrey v Woking C.C., Woking 1948 and 1949. A Surrey XI v The Rest, Kingston-upon-Thames 1949. Stratford-on-Avon C.C. v Warwickshire 1949. D.V.P. Wright's XI v Catford 1950. Winchmore Hill v Hampshire County XI 1950. Surrey v Working & Horsell 1950. Some faults, generally in good condition
Estimate: £50/70
Lot 583:
Lot 583
Test, County, benefit matches and friendlies scorecards 1951-1959. A good selection of over one hundred and twenty official scorecards for the period, the odd scorecard signed. Test match scorecards include England v South Africa, Trent Bridge and Headingley 1951, v India, Lord's 1952, v Australia, Lord's, Old Trafford, The Oval 1953, v Pakistan, The Oval 1954, v South Africa, Lord's (signed by Tom Graveney), Headingley, The Oval 1955, v Australia, Lord's, Old Trafford, The Oval 1956, v West Indies, Lord's, Trent Bridge, The Oval 1957, v New Zealand, Lord's , The Oval 1958, v India, Lord's, The Oval 1959. Tour matches include South Africans v Surrey, The Oval 1951, Cambridge University v All India, Fenners 1952, India v Warwickshire, Edgbaston, v Middlesex, Lord's, v England XI, Hastings 1952, Australians v Leicestershire, Grace Road 1953, New Zealanders v M.C.C., Lord's, v Sussex, Hove, v Middlesex, Lord's 1958, India v Middlesex, Lord's 1959. Benefits for Tom Pritchard (Warwickshire) 1952, Syd Brown (Middlesex) 1953, Leslie Compton (Middlesex) 1954, Arthur McIntyre (Surrey) 1955. Friendlies include England XI v Commonwealth XI, Kingston-upon-Thames 1952, Surrey Trial Match, The Oval 1953, E.A. Mead's Notts XI v Catford, Catford 1953, Millom v Ulverston, Millom 1954, High Wycombe v Middlesex, High Wycombe 1955, Workington v Ulverston, Workington 1955, Crewe LMR Sports Club XI v B.L. Muncer XI, Crewe 1955, Hong Kong v Malaya 1955, Sir Leonard Hutton's XI v The President's XI, Colwyn Bay 1956, Southgate C.C. v Northants C.C.C. 1958, M.C.C. v Australian Old Collegians, Lord's 1959. Other signatures include Fred Trueman, Doug Insole etc. Some faults, generally in good condition
Estimate: £50/70
Lot 584:
Lot 584
Test, County, benefit matches and friendlies scorecards 1960-1966. A good selection of over one hundred and thirty scorecards for the period, the odd scorecard signed. Test match scorecards include England v South Africa, Lord's 1960, v Australia, Lord's, Headingley, Old Trafford, The Oval 1961, v Pakistan, The Oval 1962, v West Indies, Old Trafford, Lord's, Headingley, The Oval 1963, v Australia, Lord's, The Oval 1964, v New Zealand, Lord's 1965, v South Africa, Lord's, The Oval 1965, v West Indies, Lord's 1966. Tour matches include South Africans v Glamorgan, Cardiff 1960, v Surrey, The Oval 1960, Australians v Surrey, The Oval, v Sussex, Hove, v Middlesex 1961, Pakistan v Sussex, Hove, v Surrey, The Oval 1962, West Indies v Surrey, The Oval, v Glamorgan, Cardiff, v Middlesex, Lord's, v Surrey, The Oval, v Sir Learie Constantine's XI, The Oval 1963, Australians v Surrey, The Oval, v Glamorgan, Cardiff, v M.C.C., Lord's, Middlesex, Lord's 1964, New Zealanders v M.C.C., Lord's, v Glamorgan, Cardiff, v Surrey, The Oval 1965, South Africans v Surrey, The Oval 1965, West Indians v Gloucestershire, Bristol 1966. Benefits for Tony Lock (Surrey) 1960, Peter Loader (Surrey), Don Bennett (Middlesex), Micky Stewart (Surrey). Friendlies include H.S. Altham's Public Schools XI v English Schools C.A., Lord's 1961, A.J. McIntyre's XI v P.B.H. May's XI, The Oval 1962, Beaumont v Oratory, Lord's 1962 and 1964, M.C.C. Touring Team v The Rest, Lord's 1963, Rugby v Marlborough, Lord's 1964, Clifton v Tonbridge, Lord's 1964, M.C.C. Young Professionals v Young Amateurs of Middlesex, Lord's 1964, The Gallaher Cricketers v Totteridge C.C. 1966, An England XI v Rest of the World XI, Scarborough 1966 etc. Signatures include Fred Rumsey (Somerset), Conrad Hunte, Wes Hall (West Indies), Vic Pollard (New Zealand), Phil Sharpe (Yorkshire) etc. Some faults, generally in good condition
Estimate: £50/70
Lot 585:
Lot 585
England v Australia 1926. Souvenir advertising scorecard 'Presented free by Nash's Cigarettes' for the fifth Test match played at Kennington Oval, 14th-18th August 1926
Estimate: £25/35
England won the 'Timeless Test' by 289 runs. For England Sutcliffe made 76 & 161, Hobbs 100, Larwood and Rhodes with 6 wickets each in the match. For Australia Gregory made 73, Collins 61, with Mailey taking 9 wickets in the match
Lot 586:
Lot 586
Tom Graveney '100 Hundreds'. Official scorecard for the Worcestershire v Northamptonshire match played at New Road on the 5th to 7th August 1964. Signed 'Best Wishes, Tom Graveney'. In the match Graveney made 132 being his 100th hundred in first class cricket. No printed scores to the scorecard. Sold with a copy photograph of Graveney signed in ink. G
Estimate: £30/40
Lot 587:
Lot 587
England v Australia, 3rd Test match, Leeds. July 1930. Original commemorative silk scorecard for the historic Test match where Don Bradman made the record Test score of 334. The oblong scorecard by Crosland & Co of Kirkgate, Leeds measures 10.5"x4.75" and the scores printed in blue. Some light foxing otherwise in good/very good condition. A rarely seen scorecard. Not previously seen by the auctioneer
Estimate: £150/250
The Australians scored 458-3 on the first day of the Test and Bradman went on the following day to increase his record score to 334 before being caught by Duckworth off Tate. He was the 6th wicket to fall and Australia recorded a first innings score of 566 all out. The Test match was drawn and Australia went on to win the series by two Tests to one.

This was Bradman's first tour of England. He scored 974 runs at an average of 139.14 during the Test series, with four centuries, including two double hundreds and a triple century. Bradman's first-class tour total was 2,960 runs, at an average of 98.66 with 10 centuries, was another enduring record, the most by any overseas batsman on a tour of England
Lot 587a:
Lot 587a
Don Bradman's final Test Match 1948. Official scorecard for the fifth Test, England v Australia, Kennington Oval, 14th-18th August 1948. Australia won by an innings and 149 runs. Complete printed scores. Sold with an official match ticket admitting the bearer to the ground 'on any one day of the Test Match'. Horizontal fold to both the scorecard and ticket, otherwise in good/ very good condition
Estimate: £30/50
Making his last Test appearance, Bradman was famously bowled second ball for nought by Eric Hollies in Australia's only innings. England had been skittled out for 52 in their first innings, only Hutton (30) making double figures. Australia went on to win by an innings and 149 runs, taking the series 4-0 with one match drawn
Lot 588:
Lot 588
Australia tour to England 1938. Official scorecard for Australia v England XI played at Blackpool, 31st August- 2nd September 1938. Incomplete printed and handwritten scores. Minor staining, otherwise in good/ very good condition
Estimate: £20/30
The Australians won by ten wickets with Ward taking ten wickets in the match
Lot 589:
Lot 589 Lot 589
North v South 1943. Official four page scorecard for the match played at Wagon Works Sports Ground, Gloucester, 27th & 28th July 1943. Teams listed to centre pages with signatures of all twelve members of the South team and ten members of the North team. South signatures include Fagg, Wyatt, Nutter, Goddard, Hazell etc. For the North, Place, Cox, Constantine, Martindale, Duckworth, Leatherbarrow etc. Odd marks to front cover and some creasing, otherwise in good condition
Estimate: £80/120
The match was drawn. Fagg 151no and Wyatt 155 shared a partnership of 285 in the South's second innings. The North held out for the draw with their last wicket standing
Lot 590:
Lot 590
Bicentenary Match. M.C.C. v Rest of the World 1987. Official scorecard for the match played at Lord's, 20th-25th August 1987. The scorecard with complete printed scores is nicely signed in ink by twelve players including Gatting, Gooch, Edmonds, Marshall, Gower, Rice, French, Broad, Gavaskar, M. Crowe etc. VG
Estimate: £50/70
The match ended in a draw. Gooch (117), Gatting (119) and Greenidge (122) scored centuries for M.C.C., with Gavaskar top scorer in the match with 188 for Rest of the World
Lot 591:
Lot 591
Somerset C.C.C. 1949. Complete set of sixteen official scorecards for Somerset 'home' County Championship matches, Cambridge University and New Zealanders played at Taunton (8 scorecards), Wells (1), Bath (3), Frome (1), and Weston-Super-Mare (3). The scorecards appear to be complete with printed scores, one with additional handwritten scores. Sold with a folding leaflet produced for Horace Hazell's Benefit season, 1949. Odd minor faults, otherwise in good condition. Qty 17
Estimate: £30/50

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